Jacques Launay
Jacques Launay
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Music and social bonding:" self-other" merging and neurohormonal mechanisms.
B Tarr, J Launay, RI Dunbar
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1096-1096, 2014
The ice-breaker effect: Singing mediates fast social bonding
E Pearce, J Launay, RIM Dunbar
Royal Society open science 2 (10), 150221, 2015
Synchrony and exertion during dance independently raise pain threshold and encourage social bonding
B Tarr, J Launay, E Cohen, R Dunbar
Biology letters 11 (10), 20150767, 2015
Group music performance causes elevated pain thresholds and social bonding in small and large groups of singers
D Weinstein, J Launay, E Pearce, RIM Dunbar, L Stewart
Evolution and human behavior: official journal of the Human Behavior and …, 2016
Silent disco: dancing in synchrony leads to elevated pain thresholds and social closeness
B Tarr, J Launay, RIM Dunbar
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (5), 343-349, 2016
Synchronization can influence trust following virtual interaction
J Launay, RT Dean, F Bailes
Experimental psychology, 2013
Synchrony as an adaptive mechanism for large‐scale human social bonding
J Launay, B Tarr, RIM Dunbar
Ethology 122 (10), 779-789, 2016
Joint attention, shared goals, and social bonding
W Wolf, J Launay, RIM Dunbar
British Journal of Psychology 107 (2), 322-337, 2016
Singing together or apart: Can singing overcome social boundaries between groups?
E Pearce, J Launay, M van Duijn, A Rotkirch, T David-Barrett, RIM Dunbar
Psychology of Music 1, 19, 2016
Synchronising movements with the sounds of a virtual partner enhances partner likeability
J Launay, RT Dean, F Bailes
Cognitive Processing, 1-11, 2014
Is group singing special? Health, well‐being and social bonds in community‐based adult education classes
E Pearce, J Launay, A Machin, RIM Dunbar
Journal of community & applied social psychology 26 (6), 518-533, 2016
Tuning in to others: Exploring relational and collective bonding in singing and non-singing groups over time
E Pearce, J Launay, P MacCarron, RIM Dunbar
Psychology of Music 45 (4), 496-512, 2017
Functional Benefits of (Modest) Alcohol Consumption
RIM Dunbar, J Launay, R Wlodarski, C Robertson, E Pearce, J Carney, ...
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology, 1-16, 2017
An agenda for best practice research on group singing, health, and well-being
GA Dingle, S Clift, S Finn, R Gilbert, JM Groarke, JY Irons, AJ Bartoli, ...
Music & Science 2, 2059204319861719, 2019
Playing with strangers: which shared traits attract us most to new people?
J Launay, RIM Dunbar
PloS one 10 (6), e0129688, 2015
Naltrexone blocks endorphins released when dancing in synchrony
B Tarr, J Launay, C Benson, RIM Dunbar
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology 3, 241-254, 2017
Higher-order mentalising and executive functioning
J Launay, E Pearce, R Wlodarski, M van Duijn, J Carney, RIM Dunbar
Personality and individual differences 86, 6-14, 2015
Dysrhythmia: a specific congenital rhythm perception deficit
J Launay, M Grube, L Stewart
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 18, 2014
The complexity of jokes is limited by cognitive constraints on mentalizing
RIM Dunbar, J Launay, O Curry
Human Nature 27, 130-140, 2016
Increased wellbeing from social interaction in a secular congregation
M Price, J Launay
Ubiquity Press, 2018
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