Kirk N. Olsen
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Who enjoys listening to violent music and why?
WF Thompson, AM Geeves, KN Olsen
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 8 (3), 218-232, 2019
Loudness change in response to dynamic acoustic intensity
KN Olsen, CJ Stevens, J Tardieu
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (6 …, 2010
Psychophysiological response to acoustic intensity change in a musical chord
KN Olsen, CJ Stevens
Journal of Psychophysiology 27 (1), 16-26, 2013
Perceptual overestimation of rising intensity: Is stimulus continuity necessary?
KN Olsen, CJ Stevens
Perception 39 (5), 695, 2010
Listener expertise enhances intelligibility of vocalisations in Death Metal music
KN Olsen, WF Thompson, I Giblin
Music Perception 35 (5), 527-539, 2018
A ‘looming bias’ in spatial hearing? Effects of acoustic intensity and spectrum on categorical sound source localisation
L McCarthy, KN Olsen
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (1), 352–362, 2017
Training adult novices to use computers: Effects of different types of illustrations
EJ Kehoe, TC Bednall, L Yin, KN Olsen, C Pitts, JD Henry, PE Bailey
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (2), 275-283, 2009
Memory for melodies in unfamiliar tuning systems: Investigating effects of recency and number of intervening items
SA Herff, KN Olsen, RT Dean, JB Prince
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (6), 1367-1381, 2018
Resilient memory for melodies: The number of intervening melodies does not influence novel melody recognition
SA Herff, KN Olsen, RT Dean
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (5), 1150–1171, 2018
A continuous measure of musical engagement contributes to prediction of perceived arousal and valence
KN Olsen, RT Dean, CJ Stevens
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 24 (2), 147-156, 2014
What constitutes a phrase in sound-based music? A mixed methods investigation of perception and acoustics
KN Olsen, RT Dean, Y Leung
PLoS ONE 11 (12), e0167643, 2016
On the enjoyment of violence and aggression in music
WF Thompson, KN Olsen
Physics of Life Reviews 25, 128-130, 2018
Both acoustic intensity and loudness contribute to time-series models of perceived affect in response to music
KN Olsen, RT Dean, CJ Stevens, F Bailes
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 25 (2), 124-137, 2015
Intensity dynamics and loudness change: A review of methods and perceptual processes
KN Olsen
Acoustics Australia 42 (3), 159-165, 2014
The effect of intensity on relative pitch
WF Thompson, V Peter, KN Olsen, CJ Stevens
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (10), 2054-2072, 2012
Interference in memory for pitch-only and rhythm-only sequences
SA Herff, KN Olsen, J Prince, RT Dean
Musicae Scientiae 22 (3), 344-361, 2018
Scalar timing varies with response magnitude in classical conditioning of the nictitating membrane response of the rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
EJ Kehoe, KN Olsen, EA Ludvig, RS Sutton
Behavioral Neuroscience 123 (1), 212, 2009
Fans of violent music: The role of passion in positive and negative emotional experience
KN Olsen, M Powell, A Anic, RJ Vallerand, WF Thompson
Musicae Scientiae 26 (2), 364-387, 2022
Does perceived exertion influence perceived affect in response to music? Investigating the 'FEELA' hypothesis.
KN Olsen, RT Dean
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain. 26 (3), 257-269, 2016
Investigating cumulative disruptive interference in memory for melodies, words, and pictures
SA Herff, KN Olsen, A Anic, NK Schaal
New Ideas in Psychology 55, 68-77, 2019
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