Jan Stupacher
Jan Stupacher
Center for Music in the Brain, Aarhus University
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Musical groove modulates motor cortex excitability: A TMS investigation
J Stupacher, MJ Hove, G Novembre, S Schütz-Bosbach, PE Keller
Brain and Cognition 82 (2), 127-136, 2013
Audio features underlying perceived groove and sensorimotor synchronization in music
J Stupacher, MJ Hove, P Janata
Music Perception 33 (5), 571-589, 2016
Music strengthens prosocial effects of interpersonal synchronization–If you move in time with the beat
J Stupacher, PJ Maes, M Witte, G Wood
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 72, 39-44, 2017
Neural entrainment to polyrhythms: A comparison of musicians and non-musicians
J Stupacher, G Wood, M Witte
Frontiers in Neuroscience 11, 208, 2017
Feel the bass: Music presented to tactile and auditory modalities increases aesthetic appreciation and body movement.
MJ Hove, SA Martinez, J Stupacher
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 149 (6), 1137–1147, 2020
Synchrony and sympathy: Social entrainment with music compared to a metronome
J Stupacher, G Wood, M Witte
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 27 (3), 158-166, 2017
Neural entrainment in drum rhythms with silent breaks: Evidence from steady-state evoked and event-related potentials
J Stupacher, M Witte, MJ Hove, G Wood
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 28 (12), 1865-1877, 2016
Increased levels of bass in popular music recordings 1955–2016 and their relation to loudness
MJ Hove, P Vuust, J Stupacher
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 145 (4), 2247-2253, 2019
The experience of flow during sensorimotor synchronization to musical rhythms
J Stupacher
Musicae Scientiae 23 (3), 348-361, 2019
Diurnal fluctuations in musical preference
OA Heggli, J Stupacher, P Vuust
Royal Society Open Science 8 (11), 210885, 2021
Cultural familiarity and individual musical taste differently affect social bonding when moving to music
J Stupacher, MAG Witek, JK Vuoskoski, P Vuust
Scientific Reports 10, 10015, 2020
Learning music from each other: Synchronization, turn-taking, or imitation?
A Schiavio, J Stupacher, R Parncutt, R Timmers
Music Perception 37 (5), 403-422, 2020
A brief and efficient stimulus set to create the inverted U-shaped relationship between rhythmic complexity and the sensation of groove
J Stupacher, M Wrede, P Vuust
Plos One 17 (5), e0266902, 2022
Higher empathy is associated with stronger social bonding when moving together with music
J Stupacher, J Mikkelsen, P Vuust
Psychology of Music 50 (5), 1511–1526, 2022
Go with the flow: Subjective fluency of performance is associated with sensorimotor synchronization accuracy and stability
J Stupacher, M Witte, G Wood
Proceedings of the 25th Anniversary Conference of the European Society for …, 2017
The sweet spot between predictability and surprise: Musical groove in brain, body, and social interactions
J Stupacher, TE Matthews, V Pando-Naude, O Foster Vander Elst, ...
Frontiers in Psychology, 4815, 2022
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
Decrypt the groove: Audio features of groove and their importance for auditory-motor interactions
J Stupacher, MJ Hove, P Janata
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Students of Systematic …, 2014
Social effects of interpersonal synchronization during listening to music compared to a metronome: What can we learn from implicit measures?
J Stupacher, M Witte, G Wood
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of Students of Systematic …, 2016
Musical novices perform with equal accuracy when learning to drum alone or with a peer
A Schiavio, J Stupacher, E Xypolitaki, R Parncutt, R Timmers
Scientific Reports 11, 12422, 2021
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