Renee Timmers
Renee Timmers
Professor in Psychology of Music, Department of Music, University of Sheffield
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Multimodal analysis of expressive gesture in music and dance performances
A Camurri, B Mazzarino, M Ricchetti, R Timmers, G Volpe
International gesture workshop, 20-39, 2003
Expression and communication of emotion in music performance.
PN Juslin, R Timmers
Oxford University Press, 2010
Beethoven’s last piano sonata and those who follow crocodiles: Cross-domain mappings of auditory pitch in a musical context
Z Eitan, R Timmers
Cognition 114 (3), 405-422, 2010
Ensemble performance: Interpersonal alignment of musical expression.
P Keller
Oxford University Press, 2014
Expressiveness in music performance: Empirical approaches across styles and cultures
D Fabian, R Timmers, E Schubert
Oxford University Press, USA, 2014
Vibrato: Questions and answers from musicians and science
R Timmers, P Desain
Proc. Int. Conf. on Music Perception and Cognition 2, 2000
Listeners' emotional engagement with performances of a Scriabin étude: An explorative case study
R Timmers, M Marolt, A Camurri, G Volpe
Psychology of Music 34 (4), 481-510, 2006
The influence of musical context on tempo rubato
R Timmers, R Ashley, P Desain, H Heijink
Journal of New Music Research 29 (2), 131-158, 2000
Vocal expression in recorded performances of Schubert songs
R Timmers
Musicae Scientiae 11 (2), 237-268, 2007
Emotional ornamentation in performances of a Handel sonata
R Timmers, R Ashley
Music Perception 25 (2), 117-134, 2007
Timing of ornaments in the theme from Beethoven's Paisiello Variations: Empirical data and a model
R Timmers, R Ashley, P Desain, H Honing, WL Windsor
Music Perception 20 (1), 3-33, 2002
Synchronization and leadership in string quartet performance: a case study of auditory and visual cues
R Timmers, S Endo, A Bradbury, AM Wing
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 645, 2014
On music performance, theories, measurement and diversity
R Timmers, H Honing
Cognitive Processing (International Quarterly of Cognitive Sciences) 1 (2), 1-19, 2002
Real-time visual feedback for learning to perform short rhythms with expressive variations in timing and loudness
M Sadakata, D Hoppe, A Brandmeyer, R Timmers, P Desain
Journal of New Music Research 37 (3), 207-220, 2008
Rhythmic aspects of vibrato
P Desain, H Honing, R Aarts, R Timmers
P. Desain and L. Windsor, Rhythm–Perception and Production, 203-216, 1999
When the sound becomes the goal. 4E cognition and teleomusicality in early infancy
A Schiavio, D van der Schyff, S Kruse-Weber, R Timmers
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1585, 2017
The timing of grace notes in skilled musical performance at different tempi: a preliminary case study
L Windsor, R Aarts, P Desain, H Heijink, R Timmers
Psychology of Music 29 (2), 149-169, 2001
Perception of music performance on historical and modern commercial recordings
R Timmers
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122 (5), 2872-2880, 2007
Predicting the similarity between expressive performances of music from measurements of tempo and dynamics
R Timmers
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 117 (1), 391-399, 2005
Active drumming experience increases infants’ sensitivity to audiovisual synchrony during observed drumming actions
SA Gerson, A Schiavio, R Timmers, S Hunnius
PLoS One 10 (6), e0130960, 2015
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