Publications

Gosselin N, Paquette S, Peretz I (in revision) Sensitivity to musical emotions in congenital amusia. Cortex

Gosselin N & Peretz I (2014) L’évaluation de la perception et de la mémoire musical. Traité de neuropsychologie clinique adulte. X Seron & M Van der Linden. De Boeck, Paris. Tome I, 2e Edition

Phillips-Silver J, Toiviainen P, Gosselin N & Peretz I (2013) Amusic does not mean unmusical: Beat perception and synchronization ability despite pitch deafness. Cognitive Neuropsychology 30, 311-31

Peretz I, Gosselin N, Nan Y, Caron-Caplette E, Trehub S et al (2013) Evaluating musical disorders and potential across age and culture child neuropsychology. Frontier in Systems Neuroscience, 7 doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2013.00030.

Peretz I, Saffran J, Schön & Gosselin N (2012) Statistical learning of speech, not music in congenital amusia. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (ANYAS) 1252, 361-6

Tillmann B, Gosselin N et al (2012) Priming paradigm reveals harmonic structure processing in congenital amusia. Cortex 48, 1073-8

Gagnon L, Gosselin N, Provencher V, Bier N (2012) Perception and emotional judgment of music in dementia of the Alzheimer type: A short case study. Music Perception 29, 509-19

Drapeau J, Gosselin N, McKerral M (2011) Emotional recognition from face, voice and music following a traumatic brain injury: Current state of knowledge. Neuropsicologia Latinonamericana 3, 25-33

Gosselin N et al (2011) Impaired recognition of musical emotions and facial expressions following anteromedial temporal lobe excision. Cortex, 47, 1116-25

Phillips-Silver J, Toiviainen P, Gosselin N et al (2011) Born to dance but beatdeaf: A new form of congenital amusia. Neuropsychologia, 49, 961-9

Tillmann B, Burnham D, Nguyen S, Grimault N, Gosselin N, & Peretz I (2011) Congenital amusia (or tone-deafness) interferes with pitch processing in tone languages. Frontiers in Psychology, 2, 1-15

Hutchins S, Gosselin N, Peretz I (2010) Identification of changes along a continuum of speech intonation is impaired in congenital amusia. Frontiers in Psychology 1, 1-8

Tillman B, Jolicoeur P, Ishihara M, Gosselin N et al (2010) The amusic brain: Lost in music, but not in space. PLoS One 5, 1-6

Gosselin N, Peretz I et al (2009) Music lexical networks: The cortical organization of music recognition. ANYAS 1169, 256-65.

Fritz T, Jentschke S, Gosselin N et al. (2009) Universal recognition of three basic emotions in music. Current Biology 19, 573-6

Drapeau J, Gosselin N et al (2009) Emotion recognition from face, voice and music in dementia of the Alzheimer type: Implication for music therapy. ANYAS 1169, 342-5

Nguyen S, Tillmann B, Gosselin N, Peretz I (2009) Tonal language processing in congenital amusia. ANYAS 1169, 490-3

Gosselin N, Jolicoeur P, Peretz I (2009) Impaired memory for pitch in congenital amusia.ANYAS 1169, 270-2

Roy M, Mailhot, JP, Gosselin N et al (2009) Modulation of the startle reflex by pleasant and unpleasant music. International Journal of Psychophysiology 71, 37-42

Peretz I, Gosselin N et al (2008) On-line identification of congenital amusia. Music Perception 25, 311-43

Vieillard S, Peretz I, Gosselin N et al (2008) Happy, sad, scary and peaceful musical excerpts for research on emotions. Cognition & Emotion 22, 720-52

Gosselin N, Peretz I, Johnsen E & Adolphs R (2007) Amygdala damage impairs emotion recognition from music. Neuropsychologia 45, 233-44

Tillman B, Peretz I, Bigand E & Gosselin N (2007) Harmonic priming in an amusic patient: The power of implicit tasks. Cognitive Neuropsychology 24, 603-22

Gosselin N et al (2006) Emotional responses to unpleasant music correlates with damage to the parahippocampal cortex. Brain 129, 2585-92

Gosselin N et al (2005) Impaired recognition of scary music following unilateral temporal lobe excision. Brain 128, 628-40

Dalla Bella S, Peretz  I, RousseauL & GosselinN (2001) A developmental study of the affective value of tempo and mode in music. Cognition 80, 1-10

Dalla Bella S, Peretz I, Rousseau L, Gosselin N et al (2001) A developmental study of the happy-sad distinction in music appreciation: Does tempo emerge earlier than mode?ANYAS 930, 436-8