Haley Kragness
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Quantifying sources of variability in infancy research using the infant-directed-speech preference
ManyBabies Consortium
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (1), 24-52, 2020
Body sway reflects joint emotional expression in music ensemble performance
A Chang, HE Kragness, SR Livingstone, DJ Bosnyak, LJ Trainor
Scientific reports 9 (1), 205, 2019
Individual differences in musical ability are stable over time in childhood
HE Kragness, S Swaminathan, LK Cirelli, EG Schellenberg
Developmental Science 24 (4), e13081, 2021
The Musical Ear Test: Norms and correlates from a large sample of Canadian undergraduates
S Swaminathan, HE Kragness, EG Schellenberg
Behavior Research Methods 53 (5), 2007-2024, 2021
Predictive uncertainty underlies auditory boundary perception
NC Hansen, HE Kragness, P Vuust, L Trainor, MT Pearce
Psychological science 32 (9), 1416-1425, 2021
Body sway predicts romantic interest in speed dating
A Chang, HE Kragness, W Tsou, DJ Bosnyak, A Thiede, LJ Trainor
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), 185-192, 2021
The song, not the singer: Infants prefer to listen to familiar songs, regardless of singer identity
HE Kragness, EK Johnson, LK Cirelli
Developmental Science 25 (1), e13149, 2022
Young children pause on phrase boundaries in self-paced music listening: The role of harmonic cues.
HE Kragness, LJ Trainor
Developmental psychology 54 (5), 842, 2018
A syncing feeling: reductions in physiological arousal in response to observed social synchrony
HE Kragness, LK Cirelli
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), 177-184, 2021
Nonmusicians express emotions in musical productions using conventional cues
HE Kragness, LJ Trainor
Music & Science 2, 2059204319834943, 2019
Listeners lengthen phrase boundaries in self-paced music.
HE Kragness, LJ Trainor
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (10 …, 2016
Musical groove shapes children's free dancing
HE Kragness, L Anderson, E Chow, M Schmuckler, LK Cirelli
Developmental Science 26 (1), e13249, 2023
Tiny dancers: Effects of musical familiarity and tempo on children’s free dancing.
HE Kragness, F Ullah, E Chan, R Moses, LK Cirelli
Developmental Psychology 58 (7), 1277, 2022
An itsy bitsy audience: Live performance facilitates infants’ attention and heart rate synchronization.
HE Kragness, MJ Eitel, F Anantharajan, A Gaudette-Leblanc, ...
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2023
A concert for babies: Attentional, affective, and motor responses in an infant audience
HE Kragness, B Berezowska, LK Cirelli
Developmental Science 26 (2), e13297, 2023
Evidence for early arousal‐based differentiation of emotions in children’s musical production
HE Kragness, MJ Eitel, AM Baksh, LJ Trainor
Developmental Science 24 (1), e12982, 2021
The musical mind: Perspectives from developmental science
HE Kragness, EE Hannon, LK Cirelli
Information dynamics of boundary perception: Entropy in self-paced music listening
H Kragness, NC Hansen, P Vuust, L Trainor, M Pearce
Musical reward in young children
HE Kragness, K Mehl, A Belfi
PsyArXiv, 2023
Five-year-old children identify emotions in music along valence and intensity dimensions
HE Kragness, A Mansoor, A Qureshi, R Peiris, L Cirelli
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