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Barbara Tillmann
Barbara Tillmann
Laboratory for Research on Learning and Development, LEAD – CNRS UMR5022
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei cnrs.fr
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Implicit learning of tonality: a self-organizing approach.
B Tillmann, JJ Bharucha, E Bigand
Psychological review 107 (4), 885, 2000
6992000
The cortical topography of tonal structures underlying Western music
P Janata, JL Birk, JD Van Horn, M Leman, B Tillmann, JJ Bharucha
science 298 (5601), 2167-2170, 2002
5852002
Activation of the inferior frontal cortex in musical priming
B Tillmann, P Janata, JJ Bharucha
Cognitive Brain Research 16 (2), 145-161, 2003
4832003
Listening to polyphonic music recruits domain-general attention and working memory circuits
P Janata, B Tillmann, JJ Bharucha
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 2 (2), 121-140, 2002
3882002
Impaired pitch perception and memory in congenital amusia: the deficit starts in the auditory cortex
P Albouy, J Mattout, R Bouet, E Maby, G Sanchez, PE Aguera, S Daligault, ...
Brain 136 (5), 1639-1661, 2013
2642013
Cognitive priming in sung and instrumental music: activation of inferior frontal cortex
B Tillmann, S Koelsch, N Escoffier, E Bigand, P Lalitte, AD Friederici, ...
Neuroimage 31 (4), 1771-1782, 2006
2622006
Effect of global structure and temporal organization on chord processing.
E Bigand, F Madurell, B Tillmann, M Pineau
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 25 (1), 184, 1999
2051999
Sensory versus cognitive components in harmonic priming.
E Bigand, B Poulin, B Tillmann, F Madurell, DA D'Adamo
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 29 (1), 159, 2003
2002003
Rhythmic auditory stimulation influences syntactic processing in children with developmental language disorders.
L Przybylski, N Bedoin, S Krifi-Papoz, V Herbillon, D Roch, L Léculier, ...
Neuropsychology 27 (1), 121, 2013
1932013
Congenital amusia: A short-term memory deficit for non-verbal, but not verbal sounds
B Tillmann, K Schulze, JM Foxton
Brain and cognition 71 (3), 259-264, 2009
1902009
The effect of harmonic context on phoneme monitoring in vocal music
E Bigand, B Tillmann, B Poulin, DA D'Adamo, F Madurell
Cognition 81 (1), B11-B20, 2001
1852001
Music lexical networks: the cortical organization of music recognition
I Peretz, N Gosselin, P Belin, RJ Zatorre, J Plailly, B Tillmann
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1169 (1), 256-265, 2009
1792009
Auditory processing in high-functioning adolescents with autism spectrum disorder
AMR DePape, GBC Hall, B Tillmann, LJ Trainor
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e44084, 2012
1762012
Implicit learning of musical timbre sequences: statistical regularities confronted with acoustical (dis) similarities.
B Tillmann, S McAdams
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (5), 1131, 2004
1512004
Is atypical rhythm a risk factor for developmental speech and language disorders?
E Ladányi, V Persici, A Fiveash, B Tillmann, RL Gordon
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 11 (5), e1528, 2020
1492020
The feeling of familiarity of music and odors: the same neural signature?
J Plailly, B Tillmann, JP Royet
Cerebral cortex 17 (11), 2650-2658, 2007
1452007
On-line identification of congenital amusia
I Peretz, N Gosselin, B Tillmann, LL Cuddy, B GAGNON, CG Trimmer, ...
Music Perception 25 (4), 331-343, 2008
1442008
Implicit investigations of tonal knowledge in nonmusician listeners
B Tillmann
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1060 (1), 100-110, 2005
1432005
Can musical or painting interventions improve chronic pain, mood, quality of life, and cognition in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease? Evidence from a randomized …
E Pongan, B Tillmann, Y Leveque, B Trombert, JC Getenet, N Auguste, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 60 (2), 663-677, 2017
1312017
Does formal musical structure affect perception of musical expressiveness?
B Tillmann, E Bigand
Psychology of Music 24 (1), 3-17, 1996
1301996
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