Alexandre Celma-Miralles
Alexandre Celma-Miralles
Researcher in the Center for Music in the Brain, Aarhus University
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Look at the beat, feel the meter: top–down effects of meter induction on auditory and visual modalities
A Celma-Miralles, RF De Menezes, JM Toro
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 108, 2016
Ternary meter from spatial sounds: Differences in neural entrainment between musicians and non-musicians
A Celma-Miralles, JM Toro
Brain and cognition 136, 103594, 2019
Discrimination of temporal regularity in rats (Rattus norvegicus) and humans (Homo sapiens).
A Celma-Miralles, JM Toro
Journal of Comparative Psychology 134 (1), 3, 2020
Beat perception in a non-vocal learner: rats can identify isochronous beats
A Celma-Miralles, JM Toro Soto
Cuskley C, Little H, Ravignani A, Flaherty M, McCrohon L, Verhoef T. The …, 2018
Non-human animals detect the rhythmic structure of a familiar tune
A Celma-Miralles, JM Toro
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 27 (4), 694-699, 2020
Beat perception in polyrhythms: Time is structured in binary units
C Møller, J Stupacher, A Celma-Miralles, P Vuust
Plos one 16 (8), e0252174, 2021
Neural entrainment facilitates duplets: Frequency-tagging differentiates musicians and non-musicians when they tap to the beat
A Celma-Miralles, B Kleber, JM Toro, P Vuust
bioRxiv, 2021
From a musical protolanguage to rhythm and tonality
A Celma Miralles
Detecting surface changes in a familiar tune: exploring pitch, tempo and timbre
P Crespo-Bojorque, A Celma-Miralles, JM Toro
Animal Cognition, 1-10, 2022
Neural and evolutionary correlates of rhythm processing through beat and meter
A Celma Miralles
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2020
S1, Supplementary Material Beat Perception in Polyrhythms: Time is Structured in Binary Units
C Møller, J Stupacher, A Celma-Miralles, P Vuust, C Møller
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