Justin London
Justin London
Professor of Music and Cognitive Science, Carleton College
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Hearing in time: Psychological aspects of musical meter
J London
Oxford University Press, 2012
The psychology of music: Rhythm and movement
DJ Levitin, JA Grahn, J London
Annual review of psychology 69, 51-75, 2018
Cognitive constraints on metric systems: Some observations and hypotheses
J London
Music perception 19 (4), 529-550, 2002
Some examples of complex meters and their implications for models of metric perception
J London
Music Perception 13 (1), 59-77, 1995
Production and synchronization of uneven rhythms at fast tempi
BH Repp, J London, PE Keller
Music Perception 23 (1), 61-78, 2005
Leitmotifs and Musical Reference in the Classical Film Score
J London
Music and Cinema, 85-96, 2000
Timing and meter in Mande drumming from Mali
R Polak, J London
Music Theory Online 20 (1), 2014
Rhythmic prototypes across cultures: A comparative study of tapping synchronization
R Polak, N Jacoby, T Fischinger, D Goldberg, A Holzapfel, J London
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 36 (1), 1-23, 2018
Both isochronous and non-isochronous metrical subdivision afford precise and stable ensemble entrainment: A corpus study of Malian jembe drumming
R Polak, J London, N Jacoby
Frontiers in Neuroscience 10, 191258, 2016
Where is the beat in that note? Effects of attack, duration, and frequency on the perceived timing of musical and quasi-musical sounds.
A Danielsen, K Nymoen, E Anderson, GS Câmara, MT Langerød, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 45 (3), 402, 2019
Rhythm histograms and musical meter: A corpus study of Malian percussion music
J London, R Polak, N Jacoby
Psychonomic bulletin & review 24, 474-480, 2017
Synchronization to metrical levels in music depends on low-frequency spectral components and tempo
B Burger, J London, MR Thompson, P Toiviainen
Psychological research 82, 1195-1211, 2018
Loud rests and other strange metric phenomena (or, meter as heard)
J London
Music Theory Online 2, 1993
Some non-isomorphisms between pitch and time
J London
Journal of Music Theory 46 (1/2), 127-151, 2002
Building a representative corpus of classical music
J London
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 31 (1), 68-90, 2013
Three things linguists need to know about rhythm and time in music
J London
Empirical Musicology Review, 2012
Perception–production relationships and phase correction in synchronization with two-interval rhythms
BH Repp, J London, PE Keller
Psychological Research 75, 227-242, 2011
Musical and linguistic speech acts
J London
The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 54 (1), 49-64, 1996
Rhythm in twentieth-century theory
J London
The Cambridge history of Western music theory, 695-725, 2002
Tactus≠ tempo: Some dissociations between attentional focus, motor behavior, and tempo judgment
J London
Empirical Musicology Review, 2011
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