David Ricardo Quiroga-Martinez
David Ricardo Quiroga-Martinez
Center for Music in the Brain, Aarhus University, Denmark
Verified email at clin.au.dk
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Reduced prediction error responses in high- as compared to low-uncertainty musical contexts
DR Quiroga-Martinez, NC Hansen, A Højlund, M Pearce, E Brattico, ...
Cortex, 2019
Decomposing neural responses to melodic surprise in musicians and non-musicians: evidence for a hierarchy of predictions in the auditory system
DR Quiroga-Martinez, NC Hansen, A Højlund, M Pearce, E Brattico, ...
NeuroImage, 116816, 2020
Active listening
KJ Friston, N Sajid, DR Quiroga-Martinez, T Parr, CJ Price, E Holmes
Hearing research 399, 107998, 2021
Musical prediction error responses similarly reduced by predictive uncertainty in musicians and non‐musicians
DR Quiroga‐Martinez, N C. Hansen, A Højlund, M Pearce, E Brattico, ...
European Journal of Neuroscience 51 (11), 2250-2269, 2020
Reward prediction tells us less than expected about musical pleasure
R de Fleurian, PMC Harrison, MT Pearce, DR Quiroga-Martinez
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (42), 20813-20814, 2019
Perceptual learning of tone patterns changes the effective connectivity between Heschl's gyrus and planum temporale
M Lumaca, MJ Dietz, NC Hansen, DR Quiroga‐Martinez, P Vuust
Human Brain Mapping 42 (4), 941-952, 2021
Listeners with congenital amusia are sensitive to context uncertainty in melodic sequences
DR Quiroga-Martinez, B Tillmann, E Brattico, F Cholvy, L Fornoni, P Vuust, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Musicianship and melodic predictability enhance neural gain in auditory cortex during pitch deviance detection
DR Quiroga-Martinez, NC Hansen, A Hojlund, M Pearce, E Brattico, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
Tonal distributions in the music of the renaissance
DR Quiroga
Ricercare 2014 (2), 6-28, 2015
Cognitive foundations of harmonic functionality
DR Quiroga Martínez
Ricercare 2014 (1), 38-48, 2013
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