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Publications

In Press

    • Sandstrom, G. M., & Russo, F. A. (in press). Absorption in music: A scale to identify individuals with strong emotional responses to music. Psychology of Music, DOI: 10.1177/0305735611422508

    2013

      • Chan, L., Russo, F. A., & Livingstone, S. (2013) Automatic facial mimicry of emotion during perception of song. Music Perception, 30, 361-367.
      • Russo, F. A., Behar, A., Chasin, M., & Mosher, S. (2013). Noise exposure and hearing loss in classical orchestra musicians. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics. DOI: 10.1016/j.ergon.2012.11.001
      • Gordon, M. S., Russo, F. A., & Macdonald, E. (2013). Spectral information for detection of acoustic time-to-arrival. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. DOI: 10.3758/s13414-013-0424-2
      • Ammirante, P., Russo, F. A., Good, A., & Fels, D. I. (2013).Feeling voices. PloS ONE, 8, e53585

      2012

        • Russo, F. A., Ammirante, P. & Fels, D. I. (2012).Vibrotactile discrimination of musical timbre. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 38, 822-826.
        • McGarry, L. M., Russo, F. A., Schalles, M., & Pineda, J. A. (2012).Audio-visual facilitation of the mu wave. Experimental Brain Research, 218, 527-538
        • Russo, F. A., Ives, T., Goy, H., Pichora-Fuller, M. K., & Patterson, R. (2012).Age-related difference in melodic pitch perception is probably mediated by temporal processing: Empirical and computational evidence. Ear and Hearing, 32, 177–186
        • Vempala, N. N., & Russo, F. A. (2012).Predicting emotion from music audio features using neural networks. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval (CMMR). Lecture Notes in Computer Science, London, UK.
        • Livingstone, S. R., Palmer, C., Schubert, E. (2012).Emotional response to musical repetition. Emotion, 12, 552-567.
        • Loria, T., & Russo, F.A. (2012, October).Do urban soundscapes influence visual attention? Proceedings of Acoustics Week in Canada, Canadian Acoustics, 40, 126-128

        2011

          • Tierney, A., Russo, F. A., & Patel, A. D. (2011). The motor origins of human and avian song structure. Proceedings of the National Academy of
            Sciences (PNAS) of the United States of America, 108, 15510-15515..
            doi:10.1073/pnas.1103882108

              2010

                        2009

                                    2008

                                            • Karam, M., Russo, F. A., Branje, C., Price, E., & Fels, D. (2008).Towards a model human cochlea. ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (Graphics Interface, 2008), 322,267-274, Windsor, Canada.

                                            2007

                                            • Thompson, W.F. & Russo, F. A. (2007).Facing the music. Psychological Science, 18,756-757.

                                            2006 and earlier

                                            • English, G. W., Russo, F. A., Moore, T. N., & Lantz, M. E. (2002, November).Locomotive horn study. Paper presented at the Fourth Workshop on Highway-Railway Grade Crossing Research,Montreal Canada.
                                            • Russo, F. A., & Cuddy, L. L. (1996, August)Perceptual cues to melodic organization. Proceedings of the XXVI International Congress of Psychology, International Journal of Psychology, 31,263-264, Montreal, Canada.

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                                            The SMART Lab
                                            Psychology Research and Training Centre
                                            Ryerson University
                                            105 Bond Street
                                            Toronto, Canada

                                            416-979-5000, x. 4989