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Karen Adolph

 
  • Adolph, K. E., Tamis-LeMonda, C. S., Ishak, S., Karasik, L. B., & Lobo, S. A. (2008). Locomotor experience and use of social information are posture specific. Developmental Psychology, 44, 1705-1714.
  • Tamis-LeMonda, C. S., Adolph, K. E., Lobo, S. A., Karasik, L., Dimitroupoulou, K. D., & Ishak, S. (2008). When infants take mothers’ advice: 18-month-olds integrate perceptual and social information for guiding motor action. Developmental Psychology, 44, 734-746.
  • Adolph, K. E. & Berger, S. E. (2006). Motor development. In W. Damon & R. Lerner (Series Eds.) & D. Kuhn & R. S. Siegler (Vol. Eds.), Handbook of child psychology: Vol. 2: Cognition, perception, and language (6th ed.) New York: Wiley, pp. 161-213.
 

Ramesh Balasubramaniam

 
  • Therrien, A.S., Lyons, J. & Balasubramaniam, R. (2012). Sensory attenuation of self-produced feedback: The Lombard effect revisited. PLoS ONE. 7(11): e49370. PDF
  • Ahken, S., Comeau, G., Hébert, S. & Balasubramaniam, R. (2012). Eye-movement patterns during the processing of musical and linguistic syntactic incongruities. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind & Brain. (doi: 10.1037/a0026751) PDF
 

Murray Campbell

 
  • Newton, M. J., Campbell, M. & Gilbert, J. (2008). Mechnical response measurements of real and artificial brass players' lips. J.Acoust.Soc.Am. 123, EL14-EL20.
  • Campbell, M. (2004). Brass instruments as we know them today. Acta Acustica United with Acustica 90, 600-610.
 

Jonathan Delafield-Butt

 
  • Trevarthen, C., Delafield-Butt, J.T., & Schögler, B. (2009). The Psychobiology of Human Gesture: Form, rhythm, and melody in infants’ movements of narration. In Hatten (Ed.) Music and Gesture. London: Ashgate.
  • Trevarthen, C., Aitken, K., Nagy, E., Delafield-Butt, J., and Vandekerckhove, M. (2006). Collaborative Regulations of Vitality in Early Childhood: Stress in Intimate Relationships and Postnatal Psychopathology. In Cicchetti, D. and Cohen, D.J. (Eds.) Developmental Psychopathology, New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.
 

Maya Gratier

 
  • Gratier, M., Greenfield, P.M. & Isaac, A. (in press). Tacit communicative style and cultural attunement in classroom interaction. Mind, Culture and Activity.
  • Gratier, M. (2008). Grounding in musical communication : Evidence from jazz duet performances. Musicae Scientiae, Special Issue ‘Expression and Narrative’, 71-110.
  • Gratier, M. (2003). Expressive timing and interactional synchrony between mothers and infants: Cultural similarities, cultural differences, and the immigration experience. Cognitive Development, 18 (4), 533-55.
 

Andreas Ioannides

 
  • Okazaki, Y, and Ioannides, AA (2008) Specific components of face perception in the human fusiform gyrus studied by tomographic estimates of magnetoencephalographic
signals: A tool for the evaluation of non-verbal communication in psychosomatic paradigms. BioPsychoSocial Medicine 1(23):1-5.
  • Okazaki, Y, Abrahamyan, A, Stevens, K and Ioannides, AA (2008). The timing of face selectivity and attentional modulation in visual processing, Neuroscience 152: 1130-44.
  • Ioannides AA, Liu LC, Theofilou D, Dammers J, Burne T, Ambler T and Rose S (2000). Real time processing of affective and cognitive stimuli in the human brain extracted from MEG signals. Brain Topography  13(1): 11-18.
 

Giannis Kugiumutzakis

 
  • Kugiumutzakis, G., Kaklamani, S., Sarafidou, E., Markodimitraki, M. & Pateraki, M. (in press) (in Greek). Durations in imitative interaction of DZ twin infants. Child and Adolescent.
  • Mazokopaki, K. & Kugiumutzakis, G. (2008). Infants rhythms: Expressions of musical companionship. In S. Malloch & C. Trevarthen (Eds). Communicative Musicality: Exploring the Basis of Human Companionship (pp. 185-208). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Papastathopoulos, S. & Kugiumutzakis, G. (2007). The intersubjectivity of imagination: The special case of imaginary companions. In. S. Bråten (ed). On Being Moved. From Mirror Neurons to Empathy (pp. 219-233). Amsterdam/Phladelphia: John Benjamins
  • Kugiumutzakis, G., Kokkinaki, T., Markodimitraki, M. & Vitalaki, E. (2005). Emotions in Early Mimesis. In J. Nadel & D. Muir (eds.). Emotional Development: Recent Research Advances, (pp. 161-182).Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Kokkinaki, T. & Kugiumutzakis, G. (2000). Basic aspects of vocal imitation in infant–parent interaction during the first six months. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 18,  3, 173-187.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1999). Genesis and development of early human mimesis to facial and vocal models. In J. Nadel & G. Butterworth (Eds). Imitation in Infancy (pp. 36-59). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1998). Neonatal imitation in the intersubjective companion space. In S. Bråten (ed.). Intersubjective Communication and Emotion in Early Ontogeny (pp. 63-88). Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1996). Le développement de l’imitation précoce de modèles de faciaux et vocaux. Enfance, 1, 21–25.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1993). Intersubjective vocal imitation in early mother-infant interaction. In J. Nadel & L. Camaioni (Eds). New Perspectives in Early Communicative Development (pp. 23-47). London: Routledge.
  • Kugiumutzakis, G. (1988) (in Greek). Genesis of human mimesis. Psychological Themata, 1, 1, 5-21.
 

David Lee

 
  • Lee, D. N. (2009). General Tau Theory: evolution to date. Special Issue: Landmarks in Perception. Perception, 38, 837-858.
  • Lee, D. N., & Schogler, B. (2009). Tau in musical expression. In S. Malloch & C. Trevarthen (Eds.), Communicative Musicality: Exploring the basis of human companionship. Oxford: Oxford U. P.
  • Schogler, B., Pepping, G-J. & Lee, D. N. (2008). TauG-guidance of transients in expressive musical performance. Experimental Brain Research, 198, 361-372.
  • Lee, D. N. & Schogler, B. (2007). Movement, Music and Tau in Universal Harmony. In G. Kugiumutzakis (Ed.), Sympantiki Armonia, Mousike kai Epistimi. Ston Miki Theodoraki. (Universal Harmony, Music and Science: In Honour of Mikis Theodorakis.) Heraklion, Crete University Press.
  • Lee, D. N. (2005). Tau in action in development. In J. J. Rieser, J. J. Lockman, & C. A. Nelson (Eds.), Action as an Organizer of Learning and Development (pp. 3-49) Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
 

Helen Marwick

 
  • Marwick, H. (in press 2009) Augmentative Communication. Language Learning Support of Children with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). In Handicap, Education and Participation – Encyclopaedia of Special Education (2009) Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.
  • Marwick, H. and Murray, L. (2008) The effects of maternal depression on the ‘musicality’ of infant directed speech and conversational engagement. In S. Malloch and C. Trevarthen, (Eds.) Communicative Musicality: Narratives of Expressive Gesture and Being Human. (p. 281 -300). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Marwick, H., Shaw, A., Glashan, L., Hardie, J., Hamilton, M. and Mackay, G.F. (submitted 2008) The SHARE innovation: in practice with pre-school children with autism and their families. Under review with Good Autism Practice
  • Wilson, P., Burns, E., Puckering, C., Marwick, H., Reissland, N., Gillberg, C., McConnachie, A. (2006) A pilot study to establish the feasibility of parental targeted video recording for epidemiological studies of social communication in early childhood. World Association of Infant Mental Health Conference, July 2006, Paris. France. In supplement to Infant Mental Health Journal, 27, issue 3a, p. 322
  • Minnis, H, Marwick, H., Arthur, J. and McLaughlin, A. (2006) Reactive Attachment Disorder – a theoretical model beyond attachment. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 15 (6) 336-342.
  • Marwick, H. and Mackay, G. (2005) Joint imaginative play with ‘representational others’ in preschool children with autism. (http://www.isec2005.org.uk/isec/abstracts/papers_m/marwick_h_2.shtml)
  • Marwick, H., Shaw, A., Glashan, L., Hardie, J., Hamilton, M. and Mackay, G.F. (2005) The SHARE innovation: in practice with pre-school children with autism and their families. (http://www.isec2005.org.uk/isec/abstracts/papers_m/marwick_h.shtml)
  • Trevarthen, C. and Marwick, H. (1986). Signs of motivation for speech in infants, and the nature of a mother's support for the development of language. In B. Lindblom and R. Zetterstrom (eds.) Precursors of Early Speech. p. 279-308. New York: Stockholm Press.
 

Lynne Murray

 
  • Murray, L., De Rosnay, M., Pearson, J. & Bergeron, C., Schofield, L., Royal-Lawson, M. & Cooper, P.J. (2008) Intergenerational transmission of social anxiety: the role of social referencing processes in infancy. Child Development, 79, 4, 1049-1064.
  • Murray, L., Cooper, P.J., Creswell, C., Schofield, E., & Sack, C. (2007) The effects of maternal social phobia on mother-infant interactions and infant social responsiveness Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 48, 1, 45-52
  • Tomlinson, M., Cooper, P.J.,& Murray, L (2005). The impact of maternal mood disorder and parenting on infant attachment in an indigent South African population. Child Development, 76, 5,1044-1054.
  • Murray, L., Woolgar, M., Cooper, P.J. & Hipwell, A. (2001) Cognitive vulnerability in five year old children of depressed mothers. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 42, 7, 891-899.
  • Murray, L., Sinclair, D., Cooper, P., Ducournau, P., Turner, P., & Stein, A. (1999). The socio-emotional development of five year old children of postnatally depressed mothers. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 40, 8, 1259-1272.
  • Murray, L., Fiori-Cowley, A., Hooper, R. & Cooper, P.J. (1996) The impact of postnatal depression and associated adversity on early mother-infant interactions and later infant outcome. Child Development, 67, 2512-2526.
  • Murray, L., Stanley, C., Hooper, R., King, F. & Fiori-Cowley, A. (1996) The role of infant factors in postnatal depression and mother-infant interactions. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 38, 109-119.
 

Mercedes Pavlicevic

 
  • Pavlicevic, M. (in press) Let the Music Work: Optimal Moments of Collaborative Musicing. In Where Music Helps - Community Music Therapy in Action and Reflection, Brynjulf Stige, Gary Ansdell, Cochavit Elefant & Mercédès Pavlicevic. (Ashgate)
  • Pavlicevic, M (in press) Crime, Community, and Everyday Practice: Music Therapy as Social Activism. In Where Music Helps - Community Music Therapy in Action and Reflection, Brynjulf Stige, Gary Ansdell, Cochavit Elefant & Mercédès Pavlicevic. (Ashgate)
  • M Pavlicevic & G Ansdell (2008) From Communicative Musicality towards Collaborative Musicing : Perspectives from Community Music Therapy. In S Malloch & C. Trevarthen (eds) Communicative Musicality. Oxford University Press.
  • Pavlicevic, M. (2007) The Music Interaction Rating Scale: microanalysis of therapist-client improvisation with an adult person who has a psychotic illness. In T.Wigram and T.Wosch (Eds) Microanalysis: Methods, Techniques and Applications in Music Therapy for Clinicans, Researchers, Educators and Students. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London and New York.
  • Dos Santos, A. and M. Pavlicevic (2007); Music and HIV/Aids: narratives from Community Music Therapy. MUZIKI: Journal of Music Research in Africa
  • Pavlicevic, M. (2006) Music Performance as Social Action: a case for music research. In T.Marcus and A.Hofmaenner (eds) Shifting Boundaries of Knowledge: A View on Social Sciences, Law and Humanities in South Africa. University if Kwa-Zulu Natal Press.
  • G. Ansdell & M. Pavlicevic (2005) ‘Musical Companionship, Musical Community: Music therapy and the processes and values of musical communication’. In D. Hargreaves, A.North & R.MacDonald (eds) Musical Communication (Oxford University Press). 193-213.
 

Kedzie Penfield

 
  • Penfield, K. & Ward, N. (2008). A Study of Two Thereminists: Towards Movement Informed Instrument Design.NIME Conference, Genoa.
  • Penfield, K. (2006) Another Royal Road: Authentic Movement in relation to Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. In H. Payne (Ed) Dance Movement Therapy: Theory, Research and Practice. Routledge.
 

Gert-Jan Pepping

 
  • Pepping, G.-J., & Grealy, M. (Eds.) (2007). Closing the Gap: The Scientific Writings of David N. Lee. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
 

Niki Powers

 
  • Powers, N. and Trevarthen, C. (2008) Pitch modulation of mother’s vowel sounds in infant-directed talk and song: emotion, culture and regulation in vocal narrative games.  In: Communicative Musicality: Narratives of Expressive Gesture and Being Human.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Young, S. And Powers, N. (2008) Starcatchers Final Report: See Theatre: Play Theatre.  Nesta.
  • Powers, N. (2000) Intrinsic Musicality: Rhythm and Prosody in Infant Directed Voices. In: Annual Report (1999-2000), No 23, Research and Clinical Centre for Child Development, Faculty of Education, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.
 

Rebecca S. Schaefer

 
  • Schaefer, R. S., Vlek, R. J. & Desain, P. (2011). Music perception and imagery in EEG: alpha band effects of task and stimulus. International Journal for Psychophysiology, 82(3), 254-259
  • Vlek, R. J., Schaefer, R. S., Gielen, C. C. A. M., Farquhar, J. D. and Desain, P. (2011). Shared mechanisms in perception and imagery of auditory accents. Clinical Neurophysiology, 122(8):1526-1532
  • Schaefer, R. S., Farquhar, J., & Desain, P. (2011). Name that tune: decoding music from the listening brain. NeuroImage, 56, 843-849
  • Schaefer, R. S., Vlek, R. J. & Desain, P. (2011). Decomposing rhythm processing: electroencephalography of perceived and self-imposed  rhythmic patterns. Psychological Research, 75(2), 95-106
  • Vlek, R. J., Schaefer, R. S., Gielen, C. C. A. M., Farquhar, J. D. and Desain, P. (2011). Sequenced subjective accents for Brain-Computer Interfaces. Journal of Neural Engineering, 8(3):036002
  • Schaefer, R. S., Desain, P. & Suppes, P. (2009). Structural decomposition of EEG signatures of melodic processing. Biological Psychology 82, 253-259
 

Benjaman Schögler

 
  • Schogler, B., Pepping, G-J. & Lee, D. N. (2008). TauG-guidance of transients in expressive musical performance.  Experimental Brain Research, 198, 361-372.
  • Lee, D. N., & Schogler, B. (2008). Tau in musical expression. In S. Malloch & C. Trevarthen (Eds.), Communicative Musicality: Narratives of Expressive Gesture and being Human. Oxford: Oxford U. P.
  • Trevarthen C. and B. Schögler (2008) Musicality and the creation of meaning: Infant’s voices and jazz duets show us how, and not what, music means. For – Cross disciplinary Studies in Music and Meaning editors C. Grund and R. Hatten. Indiana University Press.
  • Lee, D. N. & Schogler, B. (2007). Movement, Music and Tau in Universal Harmony. In G. Kugiumutzakis (Ed.), Sympantiki Armonia, Mousike kai Epistimi. Ston Miki Theodoraki. (Universal Harmony, Music and Science: In Honour of Mikis Theodorakis.) Heraklion, Crete University Press.
  • Trevarthen C., & Schögler B. (2007) Dancing Minds. In Being Moved by Action-Perception, Music and Speech. Mirror neurons and the developmental bases of (pre)verbal intersubjectivity and clinical applications. Braten S. (Ed). Cambridge University Press.
  • Schögler B. W. (1999) Studying Temporal Co-ordination in Jazz Duets. The Journal of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, Musicae Scientae. Special Issue-Rhythm, Musical Narrative, and Origins of Human Communication ESCOM.
  • Schögler B. W. (1998) Music as a Tool in Communications Research. Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 7(1), pp40-49.
 

John Stein

 
  • Stein, J. (2001). The Magnocellular Theory of Developmental Dyslexia. Dyslexia 7: 12-36.
 

Colwyn Trevarthen

 
  • Gratier, M. & Trevarthen, C. (2008). Musical narrative and motives for culture in mother-infant vocal interaction. The Journal of Consciousness Studies, 15(10-11), October/November, 2008, pp. 122-158.
  • Trevarthen, C. (2008). The musical art of infant conversation: Narrating in the time of sympathetic experience, without rational interpretation, before words. 
Musicae Scientiae, Special Issue, 2008, pp. 11-37.
  • Trevarthen, C. (2005). First things first: infants make good use of the sympathetic rhythm of imitation, without reason or language Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 31(1): 91 – 113.
  • Trevarthen, C. (2004). Learning about ourselves, from children: why a growing human brain needs interesting companions. Research and Clinical Centre for Child Development, Annual Report 2002-2003 (No. 26), pp 9-44. Graduate School of Education, Hokkaido University.
  • Trevarthen, C. (1992). An infant's motives for speaking and thinking in the culture. In, A. H. Wold (Ed.) The Dialogical Alternative: Towards a Theory of Language and Mind (Festschrift for Ragnar Rommetveit). Oslo/Oxford: Scandanavian University Press/Oxford University Press, 99-137.
 

Alice Turk

 
  • Nakai, S., Kunnari, S., Turk, A., Suomi, K. & Ylitalo, R. (in press) Utterance final lengthening and quantity in Northern Finnish. J. Phonetics.
  • Sugahara, M. & Turk, A. (in press) Durational correlates of sub-lexical constituent structure in English. Phonology.
  • Turk, A. & Shattuck-Hufnagel, S. (2007) Multiple targets of phrase-final lengthening in American English words. J. Phonetics 35(4), 445-472.
  • Mayo, C. & Turk, A. (2005). The influence of spectral distinctiveness on acoustic cue weighting in children's and adults' speech perception. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 118, 1730-1741.
  • Aylett, M. & Turk, A. (2004) The smooth signal redundancy hypothesis: A functional explanation for relationships between redundancy, prosodic prominence, and duration in spontaneous speech. Language and Speech, 47(1), 31-56.
  • Mayo, C. & Turk, A. (2004) Adult-child differences in acoustic cue weighting are influenced by segmental context: Children are not always perceptually biased toward transitions, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 115, 3184 3194.
  • Turk, A. & Shattuck-Hufnagel, S. (2000) Word-boundary-related durational patterns in English. J. Phonetics 28, 397-440.
  • Turk, A. & White, L. (1999) Structural effects on accentual lengthening in English. J. Phonetics 27, 171-206.
  • Shattuck-Hufnagel, S. & Turk, A. (1996) A prosody tutorial for investigators of auditory sentence processing.  J. Psycholinguistic Research 25(2). 193-247.