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Representative Publications

  • N. M. McLachlan, D. Marco, M. Light and S. Wilson (2013). Consonance and pitch, J. Exp. Psych: Gen., doi: 10.1037/a0030830

  • S. J. Wilson, D. Lusher, C. L. Martin, G. Rayner and N. M. McLachlan (2012). Intersecting factors lead to absolute pitch acquisition that is maintained in a “fixed do” environment. Music Perception, 29, 285-296.

  • N. M. McLachlan, R. Adams and C. Burvill (2012). Tuning natural modes of vibration by prestress in the design of a harmonic gong. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 131, 926-934.

  • N. M. McLachlan (2011). A neurocognitive model of recognition and pitch segregation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 130, 2845-2854.

  • S.J. Wilson, D.F. Abbott, D. Lusher, E.C. Gentle, G.D. Jackson (2011). Finding your voice: A singing lesson from functional imaging. Human Brain Mapping, 32. 2115-2130.

N.M. McLachlan, L.J. Greco, E.C. Toner and S.J. Wilson (2010). Using spatial manipulation to examine interactions between visual and auditory encoding of pitch and time. Frontiers in Psychology, 1, 233, doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2010.00233.

N. M. McLachlan and S. J. Wilson (2010). The central role of recognition in auditory perception: A neurobiological model. Psychological Review, 117, 175-196.

  • M. Martens, D. C. Reutens, S. J. Wilson (2010). Auditory cortical volumes and musical ability in Williams syndrome. Neuropsychologia, 48, 2602-2609.

  • S. J. Wilson, D. Lusher, C. Y. Wan, P. Dudgeon, D. C. Reutens (2009). The neurocognitive components of pitch processing: Insights from absolute pitch. Cerebral Cortex, 19, 724-732.

  • S. J. Wilson, K. Parsons, D. C. Reutens (2006). Preserved singing in aphasia: A case study of the efficacy of Melodic Intonation Therapy. Music Perception, 24, 23-36.