Edward Large

Research Interests:

  • Auditory Neuroscience
  • Music Psychology
  • Dynamical systems

 

Research Tools:

  • Psychophysics
  • EEG

  • fMRI
  • Dynamical systems analysis and computer simulation

 

Representative Publications:

  • Lerud, K. D., Kim, J. C., Almonte, F. V. & Large, E. W. (in press). Mode-locking neurodynamics predict human auditory brainstem responses to musical intervals. Hearing Research.
  • Fujioka, T., Trainor, L. J., Large, E. W. & Ross, B. (2012). Internalized timing of isochronous sounds is represented in neuromagnetic beta oscillations. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32, 1791-1802.
  • Loehr, J., Large, E. W. & Palmer, C. (2011). Temporal coordination in music performance: Adaptation to tempo change. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 37 (4), 1292Ð1309.
  • Chapin, H., Jantzen, K. J., Kelso, J. A. S., Steinberg, F. & Large, E. W. (2010). Dynamic Emotional and Neural Responses to Music Depend on Performance Expression and Listener Experience. PLoS ONE, 5 (12), e13812.
  • Large, E. W., Almonte, F. & Velasco, M. (2010). A canonical model for gradient frequency neural networks. Physica D, 239, 905-911.
  • Large, E. W. (2010). Neurodynamics of music. In M. Riess Jones, R. R. Fay & A. N. Popper (Eds.), Springer Handbook of Auditory Research, Vol. 36: Music Perception (pp. 201-231). New York: Springer.

Other:

  • President, Society for Music Perception and Cognition