E Glenn Schellenberg
E Glenn Schellenberg
Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto Mississauga
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Music lessons enhance IQ
EG Schellenberg
Psychological science 15 (8), 511-514, 2004
12292004
Music and cognitive abilities.
EG Schellenberg, MW Weiss
Elsevier Academic Press, 2013
870*2013
Arousal, mood, and the Mozart effect
WF Thompson, EG Schellenberg, G Husain
Psychological science 12 (3), 248-251, 2001
7622001
Effects of musical tempo and mode on arousal, mood, and spatial abilities
G Husain, WF Thompson, EG Schellenberg
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 20 (2), 151-171, 2002
6282002
Short-term music training enhances verbal intelligence and executive function
S Moreno, E Bialystok, R Barac, EG Schellenberg, NJ Cepeda, T Chau
Psychological science 22 (11), 1425-1433, 2011
6042011
Long-term positive associations between music lessons and IQ.
EG Schellenberg
Journal of educational psychology 98 (2), 457, 2006
5762006
The Mozart effect: An artifact of preference
KM Nantais, EG Schellenberg
Psychological Science 10 (4), 370-373, 1999
3721999
Decoding speech prosody: Do music lessons help?
WF Thompson, EG Schellenberg, G Husain
Emotion 4 (1), 46, 2004
3672004
Feelings and perceptions of happiness and sadness induced by music: similarities, differences, and mixed emotions.
PG Hunter, EG Schellenberg, U Schimmack
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 4 (1), 47, 2010
3122010
Expectancy in melody: Tests of the implication-realization model
EG Schellenberg
Cognition 58 (1), 75-125, 1996
2661996
Examining the association between music lessons and intelligence
EG Schellenberg
British journal of psychology 102 (3), 283-302, 2011
2612011
Natural musical intervals: Evidence from infant listeners
EG Schellenberg, SE Trehub
Psychological science 7 (5), 272-277, 1996
2601996
Music training, cognition, and personality
KA Corrigall, EG Schellenberg, NM Misura
Frontiers in psychology 4, 222, 2013
2422013
Simplifying the implication-realization model of melodic expectancy
EG Schellenberg
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 14 (3), 295-318, 1997
2401997
Liking for happy-and sad-sounding music: Effects of exposure
EG Schellenberg, I Peretz, S Vieillard
Cognition & Emotion 22 (2), 218-237, 2008
2382008
Mixed affective responses to music with conflicting cues
PG Hunter, EG Schellenberg, U Schimmack
Cognition & Emotion 22 (2), 327-352, 2008
2292008
Good pitch memory is widespread
EG Schellenberg, SE Trehub
Psychological Science 14 (3), 262-266, 2003
2242003
Music and nonmusical abilities
EG Schellenberg
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 930 (1), 355-371, 2001
2182001
Liking and memory for musical stimuli as a function of exposure.
KK Szpunar, EG Schellenberg, P Pliner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (2), 370, 2004
2132004
Lullabies and simplicity: A cross-cultural perspective
AM Unyk, SE Trehub, LJ Trainor, EG Schellenberg
Psychology of music 20 (1), 15-28, 1992
2041992
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