Cunmei Jiang
Cunmei Jiang
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Processing melodic contour and speech intonation in congenital amusics with Mandarin Chinese
C Jiang, JP Hamm, VK Lim, IJ Kirk, Y Yang
Neuropsychologia 48 (9), 2630-2639, 2010
1082010
The mechanism of speech processing in congenital amusia: Evidence from Mandarin speakers
F Liu, C Jiang, WF Thompson, Y Xu, Y Yang, L Stewart
PLos one 7 (2), e30374, 2012
752012
The effects of sedative and stimulative music on stress reduction depend on music preference
J Jiang, L Zhou, D Rickson, C Jiang
The Arts in Psychotherapy 40 (2), 201-205, 2013
702013
Impaired categorical perception of lexical tones in Mandarin-speaking congenital amusics
C Jiang, JP Hamm, VK Lim, IJ Kirk, Y Yang
Memory & cognition 40 (7), 1109-1121, 2012
612012
The mechanism of music for reducing psychological stress: Music preference as a mediator
J Jiang, D Rickson, C Jiang
The Arts in Psychotherapy 48, 62-68, 2016
582016
Amusia results in abnormal brain activity following inappropriate intonation during speech comprehension
C Jiang, JP Hamm, VK Lim, IJ Kirk, X Chen, Y Yang
PloS one 7 (7), e41411, 2012
452012
A music perception disorder (congenital amusia) influences speech comprehension
F Liu, C Jiang, B Wang, Y Xu, AD Patel
Neuropsychologia 66, 111-118, 2015
432015
Perception of melodic contour and intonation in autism spectrum disorder: Evidence from Mandarin speakers
J Jiang, F Liu, X Wan, C Jiang
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 45 (7), 2067-2075, 2015
352015
Difficulties with pitch discrimination influences pitch memory performance: evidence from congenital amusia
C Jiang, VK Lim, H Wang, JP Hamm
PLoS One 8 (10), e79216, 2013
342013
Fine-grained pitch discrimination in congenital amusics with Mandarin Chinese
C Jiang, JP Hamm, VK Lim, IJ Kirk, Y Yang
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 28 (5), 519-526, 2011
342011
Differential recognition of pitch patterns in discrete and gliding stimuli in congenital amusia: Evidence from Mandarin speakers
F Liu, Y Xu, AD Patel, T Francart, C Jiang
Brain and Cognition 79 (3), 209-215, 2012
302012
Individuals with congenital amusia imitate pitches more accurately in singing than in speaking: implications for music and language processing
F Liu, C Jiang, PQ Pfordresher, JT Mantell, Y Xu, Y Yang, L Stewart
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75 (8), 1783-1798, 2013
212013
Perception of hierarchical boundaries in music and its modulation by expertise
J Zhang, C Jiang, L Zhou, Y Yang
Neuropsychologia 91, 490-498, 2016
182016
Perceptual learning of pitch direction in congenital amusia: evidence from Chinese speakers
F Liu, C Jiang, T Francart, AHD Chan, PCM Wong
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 34 (3), 335-351, 2017
162017
Spatial conceptual associations between music and pictures as revealed by N 400 effect
L Zhou, C Jiang, F Delogu, Y Yang
Psychophysiology 51 (6), 520-528, 2014
162014
Impaired explicit processing of musical syntax and tonality in a group of Mandarin-speaking congenital amusics
C Jiang, F Liu, WF Thompson
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 33 (4), 401-413, 2016
132016
音乐心理学
蒋存梅
华东师范大学出版社, 2016
132016
Conveying the concept of movement in music: an event-related brain potential study
L Zhou, C Jiang, Y Wu, Y Yang
Neuropsychologia 77, 128-136, 2015
132015
国外音乐能力研究的回顾与反思
蒋存梅
音乐研究, 67-74, 2005
132005
Musical training modulates the early but not the late stage of rhythmic syntactic processing
L Sun, F Liu, L Zhou, C Jiang
Psychophysiology 55 (2), e12983, 2018
122018
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