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Clemens Wöllner
Clemens Wöllner
Professor für Systematische Musikwissenschaft, Universität Hamburg
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Is empathy related to the perception of emotional expression in music? A multimodal time-series analysis.
C Wöllner
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 6 (3), 214, 2012
802012
Seeing or hearing the pianists? A synopsis of an early audiovisual perception experiment and a replication
KE Behne, C Wöllner
Musicae Scientiae 15 (3), 324-342, 2011
752011
Keeping an eye on the violinist: motor experts show superior timing consistency in a visual perception task
C Wöllner, R Cañal-Bruland
Psychological Research 74 (6), 579-585, 2010
632010
An exploratory study of the role of performance feedback and musical imagery in piano playing
C Wöllner, A Williamon
Research Studies in Music Education 29 (1), 39-54, 2007
612007
Perceiving conductors' expressive gestures from different visual perspectives. An exploratory continuous response study
C Wöllner, W Auhagen
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 26 (2), 129-143, 2008
602008
Which part of the conductor's body conveys most expressive information? A spatial occlusion approach
C Wöllner
Musicae Scientiae 12 (2), 249-272, 2008
582008
The perception of prototypical motion: Synchronization is enhanced with quantitatively morphed gestures of musical conductors.
C Wöllner, FJA Deconinck, J Parkinson, MJ Hove, PE Keller
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (6 …, 2012
552012
The effects of distracted inner hearing on sight-reading
C Wöllner, E Halfpenny, S Ho, K Kurosawa
Psychology of Music 31 (4), 377-389, 2003
422003
Team teaching in the conservatoire: the views of music performance staff and students
C Wöllner, J Ginsborg
British Journal of Music Education 28 (3), 301-323, 2011
302011
Body, Sound and Space in Music and Beyond: Multimodal Explorations
C Wöllner
Taylor & Francis, 2017
262017
Self-recognition of highly skilled actions: A study of orchestral conductors
C Wöllner
Consciousness and Cognition 21 (3), 1311-1321, 2012
252012
Slow motion in films and video clips: Music influences perceived duration and emotion, autonomic physiological activation and pupillary responses
C Wöllner, D Hammerschmidt, H Albrecht
PLoS One 13 (6), e0199161, 2018
232018
Music researchers’ musical engagement
C Wöllner, J Ginsborg, A Williamon
Psychology of Music 39 (3), 364-382, 2011
222011
Attentional flexibility and memory capacity in conductors and pianists
C Wöllner, AR Halpern
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (1), 198-208, 2016
172016
Sensorimotor Synchronization with Higher Metrical Levels in Music Shortens Perceived Time
D Hammerschmidt, C Wöllner
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 37 (4), 263-277, 2020
152020
Score one for jazz: Working memory in jazz and classical musicians.
BE Nichols, C Wöllner, AR Halpern
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 28 (2), 101, 2018
132018
How to quantify individuality in music performance? Studying artistic expression with averaging procedures
C Wöllner
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 361, 2013
132013
Gender recognition depends on type of movement and motor skill. Analyzing and perceiving biological motion in musical and nonmusical tasks
C Wöllner, FJA Deconinck
Acta Psychologica 143 (1), 79-87, 2013
132013
Gestural qualities in music and outward bodily responses
C Wöllner, J Hohagen
Body, sound and space in music and beyond: Multimodal explorations, 69-88, 2017
112017
Music with others: Ensembles, conductors, and interpersonal coordination
C Wöllner, PE Keller
The Routledge companion to music cognition, 313-324, 2017
102017
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