2015 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Social Sciences
Her primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Audiology, Auditory cortex, Communication and Perception. The various areas that she examines in her Developmental psychology study include Singing, Psychoacoustics, Canto, Movement and Musical. Her research integrates issues of Fundamental frequency and Musical tone in her study of Audiology.
She interconnects Timbre, Stimulus, Magnetoencephalography, Violin and Neuroplasticity in the investigation of issues within Auditory cortex. Her work carried out in the field of Communication brings together such families of science as Speech perception, Sound Spectrography, Speech Acoustics, Prosody and Melody. Her studies deal with areas such as Consonant, Cognition, Preference and Consonance and dissonance as well as Perception.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Audiology, Perception, Rhythm, Auditory cortex and Communication. Her Audiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Acoustics, Event-related potential, Stimulus, Mismatch negativity and Tone. Laurel J. Trainor has researched Perception in several fields, including Developmental psychology, Chord, Cognitive psychology and Cognition.
She focuses mostly in the field of Rhythm, narrowing it down to matters related to Beat and, in some cases, Entrainment. Her work deals with themes such as Speech recognition, Neuroplasticity and Electroencephalography, Magnetoencephalography, which intersect with Auditory cortex. The Communication study combines topics in areas such as Semitone and Melody.
Laurel J. Trainor mostly deals with Rhythm, Perception, Cognitive psychology, Electroencephalography and Interpersonal communication. Her Rhythm research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Beta band, Quantum electrodynamics, Beat and Prosocial behavior. Laurel J. Trainor combines subjects such as Anger, MIDI and Audiology with her study of Perception.
Her Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Singing, Chord, Cognition and Melody, Musical. Her studies in Electroencephalography integrate themes in fields like Time–frequency analysis, Auditory cortex, Speech recognition, Sensory system and Harmony. The concepts of her Interpersonal communication study are interwoven with issues in Developmental psychology, Movement, Information flow and Helpfulness.
Her primary scientific interests are in Rhythm, Developmental psychology, Beat, Social change and Interpersonal communication. Rhythm connects with themes related to Electroencephalography in her study. Her Electroencephalography study combines topics in areas such as Tone, Perception and Auditory cortex.
Laurel J. Trainor has researched Developmental psychology in several fields, including Eye tracking, Speech perception, Preference and First language. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Kinesics and Motion. Laurel J. Trainor has included themes like Cognitive psychology and Altruism in her Prosocial behavior study.
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Relations among musical skills, phonological processing, and early reading ability in preschool children.
Sima H Anvari;Laurel J Trainor;Jennifer Woodside;Betty Ann Levy.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology (2002)
Feeling the Beat: Movement Influences Infant Rhythm Perception
Jessica Phillips-Silver;Laurel J. Trainor.
Frontal brain electrical activity (EEG) distinguishes valence and intensity of musical emotions
Louis A. Schmidt;Laurel J. Trainor.
Cognition & Emotion (2001)
Music acquisition: effects of enculturation and formal training on development
Erin E. Hannon;Erin E. Hannon;Laurel J. Trainor.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences (2007)
Is Infant-Directed Speech Prosody a Result of the Vocal Expression of Emotion?
Laurel J. Trainor;Caren M. Austin;Renée N. Desjardins.
Psychological Science (2000)
One year of musical training affects development of auditory cortical-evoked fields in young children
Takako Fujioka;Bernhard Ross;Ryusuke Kakigi;Christo Pantev.
Hearing what the body feels: Auditory encoding of rhythmic movement☆
Jessica Phillips-Silver;Laurel J. Trainor.
Internalized Timing of Isochronous Sounds Is Represented in Neuromagnetic Beta Oscillations
Takako Fujioka;Laurel J. Trainor;Edward W. Large;Bernhard Ross.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2012)
Enhancement of Neuroplastic P2 and N1c Auditory Evoked Potentials in Musicians
Antoine Shahin;Daniel J. Bosnyak;Laurel J. Trainor;Larry E. Roberts.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2003)
Musical Training Enhances Automatic Encoding of Melodic Contour and Interval Structure
Takako Fujioka;Laurel J. Trainor;Bernhard Ross;Ryusuke Kakigi.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2004)
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