Guy Madison
Guy Madison
Professor of Psychology, Umeň University
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On the role and origin of isochrony in human rhythmic entrainment
BH Merker, GS Madison, P Eckerdal
Cortex 45 (1), 4-17, 2009
Proneness for psychological flow in everyday life: Associations with personality and intelligence
F UllÚn, Í de Manzano, R Almeida, PKE Magnusson, NL Pedersen, ...
Personality and individual differences 52 (2), 167-172, 2012
Practice does not make perfect: No causal effect of music practice on music ability
MA Mosing, G Madison, NL Pedersen, R Kuja-Halkola, F UllÚn
Psychological science 25 (9), 1795-1803, 2014
Experiencing groove induced by music: consistency and phenomenology
G Madison
Music perception 24 (2), 201-208, 2006
Variability in isochronous tapping: higher order dependencies as a function of intertap interval.
G Madison
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 27 (2), 411, 2001
Musical intervention for patients with dementia: a meta‐analysis
I Vasionytė, G Madison
Journal of clinical nursing 22 (9-10), 1203-1216, 2013
Modeling the tendency for music to induce movement in humans: first correlations with low-level audio descriptors across music genres.
G Madison, F Gouyon, F UllÚn, K H÷rnstr÷m
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 37 (5á…, 2011
The role of timing patterns in recognition of emotional expression from musical performance
PN Juslin, G Madison
Music Perception 17 (2), 197-221, 1999
Psychometric properties and heritability of a new online test for musicality, the Swedish Musical Discrimination Test
F UllÚn, MA Mosing, L Holm, H Eriksson, G Madison
Personality and Individual Differences 63, 87-93, 2014
The effect of microtiming deviations on the perception of groove in short rhythms
M Davies, G Madison, P Silva, F Gouyon
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 30 (5), 497-510, 2012
Syncopation creates the sensation of groove in synthesized music examples
G Sioros, M Miron, M Davies, F Gouyon, G Madison
Frontiers in psychology 5, 103900, 2014
Intelligence and variability in a simple timing task share neural substrates in the prefrontal white matter
F UllÚn, L Forsman, Í Blom, A Karabanov, G Madison
Journal of Neuroscience 28 (16), 4238-4243, 2008
Repeated listening increases the liking for music regardless of its complexity: Implications for the appreciation and aesthetics of music
G Madison, G Schi÷lde
Frontiers in neuroscience 11, 235557, 2017
Investigating cognitive transfer within the framework of music practice: Genetic pleiotropy rather than causality
MA Mosing, G Madison, NL Pedersen, F UllÚn
Developmental Science 19 (3), 504-512, 2016
The paradox of isochrony in the evolution of human rhythm
A Ravignani, G Madison
Frontiers in psychology 8, 280885, 2017
Correlations between intelligence and components of serial timing variability
G Madison, L Forsman, Í Blom, A Karabanov, F UllÚn
Intelligence 37 (1), 68-75, 2009
Genetic pleiotropy explains associations between musical auditory discrimination and intelligence
MA Mosing, NL Pedersen, G Madison, F UllÚn
PLoS One 9 (11), e113874, 2014
Heritability of proneness for psychological flow experiences
MA Mosing, PKE Magnusson, NL Pedersen, J Nakamura, G Madison, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (5), 699-704, 2012
On the limits of anisochrony in pulse attribution
G Madison, B Merker
Psychological research 66, 201-207, 2002
Did sexual selection shape human music? Testing predictions from the sexual selection hypothesis of music evolution using a large genetically informative sample of over 10,000á…
MA Mosing, KJH Verweij, G Madison, NL Pedersen, BP Zietsch, F UllÚn
Evolution and Human Behavior 36 (5), 359-366, 2015
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