Daniel J Cameron
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Using Convolutional Neural Networks to Recognize Rhythm Stimuli from Electroencephalography Recordings
S Stober, DJ Cameron, JA Grahn
Advances in neural information processing systems 27, 2014
Cross-cultural influences on rhythm processing: reproduction, discrimination, and beat tapping
DJ Cameron, J Bentley, JA Grahn
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 366, 2015
Enhanced timing abilities in percussionists generalize to rhythms without a musical beat
DJ Cameron, JA Grahn
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 1003, 2014
The effect of dopaminergic medication on beat-based auditory timing in Parkinson’s disease
DJ Cameron, KA Pickett, GM Earhart, JA Grahn
Frontiers in neurology 7, 19, 2016
DJ Cameron, JA Grahn
Acoustics Australia 42 (2), 2014
Classifying EEG Recordings of Rhythm Perception.
S Stober, DJ Cameron, JA Grahn
ISMIR, 649-654, 2014
Universality and cross-cultural variation in mental representations of music revealed by global comparison of rhythm priors
N Jacoby, R Polak, J Grahn, D Cameron, KM Lee, R Godoy, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Neural entrainment is associated with subjective groove and complexity for performed but not mechanical musical rhythms
DJ Cameron, I Zioga, JP Lindsen, MT Pearce, GA Wiggins, K Potter, ...
Experimental brain research 237, 1981-1991, 2019
Modulation of motor excitability by metricality of tone sequences.
DJ Cameron, L Stewart, MT Pearce, M Grube, NG Muggleton
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 22 (2), 122, 2012
Comparison of spontaneous motor tempo during finger tapping, toe tapping and stepping on the spot in people with and without Parkinson’s disease
D Rose, DJ Cameron, PJ Lovatt, JA Grahn, LE Annett
Journal of movement disorders 13 (1), 47, 2020
Auditory representation of learned sound sequences in motor regions of the macaque brain
D Archakov, I DeWitt, P Kuśmierek, M Ortiz-Rios, D Cameron, D Cui, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (26), 15242-15252, 2020
The neuroscience of rhythm
DJ Cameron, JA Grahn
The Oxford handbook of music psychology, 357-368, 2016
Perception of rhythmic similarity is asymmetrical, and is influenced by musical training, expressive performance, and musical context
D Cameron, K Potter, G Wiggins, M Pearce
Timing & Time Perception 5 (3-4), 211-227, 2017
Undetectable very-low frequency sound increases dancing at a live concert
DJ Cameron, D Dotov, E Flaten, D Bosnyak, MJ Hove, LJ Trainor
Current Biology 32 (21), R1222-R1223, 2022
Collective dynamics support group drumming, reduce variability, and stabilize tempo drift
D Dotov, L Delasanta, DJ Cameron, EW Large, L Trainor
Elife 11, e74816, 2022
Evaluating affordable cranial ultrasonography in East African neonatal intensive care units
DE Clay, AC Linke, DJ Cameron, B Stojanoski, S Rulisa, A Wasunna, ...
Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology 43 (1), 119-128, 2017
The complexity‐aesthetics relationship for musical rhythm is more fixed than flexible: Evidence from children and expert dancers
DJ Cameron, N Caldarone, M Psaris, C Carrillo, LJ Trainor
Developmental Science 26 (5), e13360, 2023
Does the beat go on? identifying rhythms from brain waves recorded after their auditory presentation
S Stober, DJ Cameron, JA Grahn
Proceedings of the 9th Audio Mostly: A Conference on Interaction with Sound, 1-8, 2014
Perception of Rhythm
DJ Cameron, JA Grahn
The Cambridge Companion to Rhythm, 20-38, 2020
The Neural Mechanisms of Musical Rhythm Processing: Cross-Cultural Differences and the Stages of Beat Perception
DJ Cameron
The University of Western Ontario (Canada), 2016
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