Selected peer-reviewed articles (of 30)

* indicates an undergraduate student or alumnus

Justus, T. (2019). Toward a naturalized aesthetics of film music: An interdisciplinary exploration of intramusical and extramusical meaning. Projections, 13(3), 1-22. Forthcoming

Justus, T., *Yates, C. M., Atalay, N. B., Mert, N., & Curtis, M. E. (2019). Remembering melodies from another culture: Turkish and American listeners demonstrate implicit knowledge of musical scales. Analytical Approaches to World Music, 7(1). Abstract Full Text

Justus, T., *Gabriel, L., & *Pfaff, A. (2018). Form and meaning in music: Revisiting the affective character of the major and minor modes. Auditory Perception & Cognition, 1, 229-247. Abstract Full Text

*Yates, C. M., Justus, T., Atalay, N. B., Mert, N., & Trehub, S. E. (2017). Effects of musical training and culture on meter perception. Psychology of Music, 45, 231-245. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T. (2014). Music and the continuous nature of the mind. Music Perception, 31, 387-391. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T., Larsen, J., Yang, J., de Mornay Davies, P., Dronkers, N., & Swick, D. (2011). The role of Broca's area in regular past-tense morphology: An event-related potential study. Neuropsychologia, 49, 1-18. Abstract Full Text Cited By

List, A., & Justus, T. (2010). Relative priming of temporal local-global levels in auditory hierarchical stimuli. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 72, 193-208. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T., Yang, J., Larsen, J., de Mornay Davies, P., & Swick, D. (2009). An event-related potential study of cross-modal morphological and phonological priming. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 22, 584-604. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T., Larsen, J., de Mornay Davies, P., & Swick, D. (2008). Interpreting dissociations between regular and irregular past-tense morphology: Evidence from event-related potentials. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 8, 178-194. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Lebrun-Guillaud, G., Tillmann, B., & Justus, T. (2008). Perception of tonal and temporal structures in chord sequences by patients with cerebellar damage. Music Perception, 25, 271-283. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Tillmann, B., Justus, T., & Bigand, E. (2008). Cerebellar patients demonstrate preserved knowledge of association strengths in musical sequences. Brain and Cognition, 66, 161-167. Abstract Full Text Cited by

List, A., & Justus, T. (2007). Auditory priming of frequency and temporal information: Effects of lateralised presentation. Laterality, 12, 507-535. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T., Ravizza, S. M., Fiez, J. A., & Ivry, R. B. (2005). Reduced phonological similarity effects in patients with damage to the cerebellum. Brain and Language, 95, 304-318. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T., & List, A. (2005). Auditory attention to frequency and time: An analogy to visual local-global stimuli. Cognition, 98, 31-51. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T., & Hutsler, J. J. (2005). Fundamental issues in the evolutionary psychology of music: Assessing innateness and domain specificity. Music Perception, 23, 1-27. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T. (2004). The cerebellum and English grammatical morphology: Evidence from production, comprehension, and grammaticality judgments. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16, 1115-1130. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T. (2004). Blueprints, Swiss Army knives, and other metaphors. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 8, 201-203. Abstract Full Text

Justus, T., & Bharucha, J. J. (2002). Music perception and cognition. In S. Yantis (Volume Ed.) and H. Pashler (Series Ed.), Stevens’ Handbook of Experimental Psychology, Volume 1: Sensation and Perception (Third Edition, pp. 453-492). New York: Wiley. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T., & Ivry, R. B. (2001). The cognitive neuropsychology of the cerebellum. International Review of Psychiatry, 13, 276-282. Abstract Full Text Cited By

Justus, T., & Bharucha, J. J. (2001). Modularity in musical processing: The automaticity of harmonic priming. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 27, 1000-1011. Abstract Full Text Cited By

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