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Publications 2011 à 2015

par Barbara Tillmann - 17 février 2013

2016 / In press

Norman-Haignere, S. V., Albouy, P., Caclin, A., McDermott, J. H., Kanwisher, N. G. & Tillmann, B. (2016). Pitch-Responsive Cortical Regions in Congenital Amusia. Journal of Neuroscience, 36, 2986-2994.

Albouy, P., Cousineau, M., Caclin, A., Tillmann°, B., & Peretz°, I. (2016). Building pitch memory traces in congenital amusia. Scientific Reports – Nature, 6:18861.

Terry, J., Stevens, K., Weidemann, G., & Tillmann, B. (in press) Implicit Learning of Inter-Group-Intervals (IGIs) in Auditory Temporal Structures. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics.

Saliba, J., Lorenzo-Seva, U., Marco-Pallares, J. Tillmann, B., Zeitouni, A. & Lehmann, A. (2016). French Validation of the Barcelona Music Reward Questionnaire. PeerJ, e4:1760.

Bedoin, N., Brisseau, L., Molinier, P., Roch, D. & Tillmann, B. (in press). Temporally regular musical primes facilitate subsequent syntax processing in children with Specific Language Impairment. Frontiers in Neurosciences.

Dowling, W.J., Magner, H. & Tillmann, B. (2016). Memory Improvement for Popular Music with Wide-Awake Listeners. Psychomusicology, 26, 26-34.

Leveque, Y., Fauvel, B., Groussard, M., Caclin, A., Albouy, P., Platel, H. & Tillmann, B. (in press) Altered intrinsic connectivity of the auditory cortex in congenital amusia. Journal of Neurophysiology.

Mathias, B., Tillmann, B., & Palmer, C. (in press). Performance experience modulates neural responses to tonal expectancy violations in melodies : Evidence from event-related potentials. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience.

Tillmann, B., Lalitte, P., Albouy, P., Caclin, A. & Bigand, E. (in press). Discrimination of tonal and atonal music in congenital amusia : The advantage of implicit tasks. Neuropsychologia.

Van Vugt, F.T., Kafczyk, T., Kuhn, W., Rollnik, J.D., Tillmann, B. & Altenmüller, E. (in press). The role of auditory feedback in music-supported stroke rehabilitation : a single-blinded controlled intervention. Restorative neurology and neuroscience.

Tillmann, B., Lévêque, Y., Fornoni, L., Albouy, P. & Caclin, A. (in press). Impaired short-term memory for pitch in congenital amusia. Brain Research.

Tillmann, B. (in press). Structure knowledge and expectations in the contemporary brain processing early polyphonic music. Open Peer Commentary to “Contratenor parts in polyphonic songs from the late Trecento” by S. Rotter-Broman. Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies.




Bedoin, N., Brisseau, L., Molinier, P., Roch, D. & Tillmann, B. Temporally regular musical primes facilitate subsequent syntax processing in children with Specific Language Impairment.

Terry, J., Stevens, K., Weidemann, G., & Tillmann, B. Implicit Learning of Inter-Group-Intervals (IGIs) in Auditory Temporal Structures. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics.



Heine, L., Castro, M. Martial, C., Tillmann, B., Laureys, S. & Perrin, F. (2015) Exploration of functional connectivity during preferred music stimulation in patients with disorders of consciousness. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:1704.

Dellacherie°, D., Huijgen°, J., Tillmann, B., Clément, S., Bigand, E., Dupont, S. & Samson, S. (2015). The feeling of familiarity in music after unilateral temporal lobe resection : a gating study. Neuropsychologia, 77:313-20.

Albouy, P., Mattout, J., Sanchez, G., Tillmann°, B., & Caclin°, A. (2015). Altered retrieval of melodic information in congenital amusia : a Dynamic Causal Modeling study of MEG data. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9:20. doi : 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00020.

Van Vugt, F. T. & Tillmann, B. (2015). Time-locked auditory feedback benefits short term motor learning. Brain Research, 1606, 54-67.

Castro, M., Tillmann, B., Luauté, J., Corneyllie, A., Dailler, J., André-Obadia, N., & Perrin, F. (2015). Boosting cognition with music in patients with disorders of consciousness. Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair. Epub ahead of print

Albouy, P., Lévêque, Y., Hyde, K.L., Bouchet, P., Tillmann°, B., & Caclin°, A. (2015). Boosting pitch encoding with audiovisual interactions in congenital amusia. Boosting pitch encoding with audiovisual interactions in congenital amusia. Neuropsychologia, 67, 111–120.

Tillmann, B. & Bigand, E. (2015). Response : “A commentary on : ‘Neural overlap in processing music and speech’”. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 16 ;9:491.

Perrin, F., Castro, M., Tillmann, B. & Luauté, J. (2015). Promoting the use of personally-relevant stimuli for investigating patients with disorders of consciousness. Frontiers in Psychology : Consciousness Research, 30 ;6:1102.

Schön, D. & Tillmann, B. (2015). Short and long-term rhythmic interventions : Perspectives for language rehabilitation. Ann N Y Acad Sci., 1337, 32-9.



Bigand, E., Delbé, C., Poulin-Charronnat, B., Leman, M. & Tillmann, B. (2014). Empirical evidence for musical syntax processing ? Computer simulations reveal the contribution of auditory short-term memory. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 8, 94.

Collins, T., Tillmann, B., Delbé, C., Barrett, F. S. & Janata, P. (2014). From the audio signal to sensory and cognitive representations in the perception of tonal music : Modeling sensory and cognitive influences on tonal expectations. Psychological Review, 121, 33-65.

Dowling, W.J. & Tillmann, B. (2014). Memory Improvement While Hearing Music : Effects of Structural Continuity on Feature Binding. Music Perception, 32, 1-32.

Mathias, B., Palmer, C., Perrin, F. & Tillmann, B. (2014). Sensorimotor learning enhances expectations during auditory perception. Cerebral cortex [March - Epub ahead of print].

Perruchet, P., Poulin-Charronnat, B., Tillmann, B., & Peereman, R. (2014). New Evidence for Chunk-Based Models in Word Segmentation. Acta Psychologica 149,1-8.

Selchenkova, T., François, C., Schön, D., Corneyllie, A., Perrin, F., & Tillmann, B. (2014). Metrical presentation boosts implicit learning of pitch structures. PLOS ONE 9(11) : e112233.

Selchenkova, T., Jones, M. R. & Tillmann, B. (2014). The influence of temporal regularities on the implicit learning of pitch structures. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67, 2360–2380.

Tillmann, B. (2014). Pitch processing in music and speech. Acoustics Australia, 42, 130-136.

Tillmann, B., Albouy, P., Caclin, A. & Bigand, E. (2014). Musical familiarity in congenital amusia : Evidence from a gating paradigm. Cortex, 59:84-94.

Tillmann, B., Poulin-Charronnat, B. & Bigand, E. (2014). The role of expectation in music : From the score to emotions and the brain. WIRES Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews : Cognitive Science, 5, 105-113.

Van Vugt, F. T. & Tillmann, B. (2014). Thresholds of auditory-motor coupling measured with a simple task in musicians and non-musicians : Was the sound simultaneous to the key press ? PLOS ONE, 9(2):e87176.

Hirel, C, Lévêque, Y., Deiana, J., Richard, N., Cho, T., Mechtouff, L., Derex, L., Tillmann, B., Caclin, A., Nighoghossian, N. (2014). Amusie acquise et anhédonie musicale [Acquired amusia and musical anhedonia]. Revue Neurologique [May - Epub ahead of print].

Verger, J., Ruiz, S., Tillmann, B., Ben Romdhane, M., De Quelen, M., Castro, M., Tell, L., Luauté, J. & Perrin, F. (2014). Beneficial effect of preferred music on cognitive functions in minimally conscious state patients. Revue Neurologique, 170, 693-9.



Albouy, P., Mattout, J., Bouet, R., Maby, E., Aguera, P-E., Daligault, S., Delpuech, C., Bertrand, O., Caclin, A. & Tillmann, B. (2013).  Impaired pitch perception and memory in congenital amusia : The deficit starts in the auditory cortex,  Brain, 136 (5) : 1639-1661.

Albouy, P., Schulze, K., Caclin, A. & Tillmann, B. (2013).  Does tonality boost short-term memory in congenital amusia ?  Brain Research. 1537:224-32.

Hoch, L., Tyler, M.D., & Tillmann, B. (2013).  Regularity of unit length boosts statistical learning in verbal and nonverbal artificial languages.  Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 20(1):142-7.

Schultz, B., Stevens, C.J., Keller, P.E. & Tillmann, B. (2013).  A sequence identification measurement model to investigate the implicit learning of metrical temporal patterns.  PLOS ONE, 8(9) : e75163. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075163.

Schultz, B., Stevens, K., Keller, P. & Tillmann, B. (2013).  The Implicit Learning of Metrical and Non-metrical Temporal Patterns.  Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. 66(2):360-80.

Schulze, K. & Tillmann, B. (2013).  Working memory for pitch, timbre and words.  Memory, 21(3), 377-95.

Stevens, C., Tardieu, J., Dunbar-Hall, P., Best, C. & Tillmann, B. (2013).  Expectations in Culturally Unfamiliar Music : Influences of Proximal and Distal Cues and Timbral Characteristics.  Frontiers in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience, 4, 789.

Tillmann, B. & Marmel, F. (2013).  Musical expectations within chord sequences : Facilitation due to tonal stability without closure effects.  Psychomusicology, 23, 1-5.

Tillmann, B., Dowling, W. J., Lalitte, P., Molin, P., Schulze, K., Poulin-Charronnat, B., Schoen, D., & Bigand, E. (2013).  Influence of expressive versus mechanical musical performance on short-term memory for musical excerpts.  Music Perception, 30, 419-425.

Przybylski, L., Bedoin, N., Krifi-Papoz, S., Herbillon, V., Roch, D., Léculier, L., Kotz, S. & Tillmann, B. (2013).  Rhythmic auditory stimulation influences syntactic processing in children with developmental language disorders.  Neuropsychology, 27(1):121-31


Brandon, M., Terry, J., Stevens, C. & Tillmann, B. (2012).  Incidental learning of temporal structures conforming to a metrical framework.  Front. Psych./Frontiers in Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience, 3:294.

DePape, A. R., Hall., G., Tillmann, B. & Trainor, L. (2012).  Auditory processing in high-functioning adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder,  PLOS ONE, 7(9), e44084.

François, C., Tillmann, B. & Schön, D. (2012).  Cognitive and methodological considerations on the effects of musical expertise on speech segmentation.  Ann N Y Acad Sci., 1252, 108-115.

Hoch, L. & Tillmann, B. (2012).  Shared structural and temporal integration resources for music and arithmetic processing.  Acta Psychologica, 140, 230-235.

Schulze, K., Dowling, W. J., Tillmann, B. (2012).  Maintenance and Manipulation of tonal and atonal sequences in non-musician and musician listeners.  Music Perception, 29(3), 255-267.

Tillmann, B. (2012).  Music and language perception : Expectations, structural integration and cognitive sequencing.  TopiCS - Topics in Cognitive Sciences, 4, 568-584.

Tillmann, B. Gosselin, N., Bigand, E. & Peretz, I. (2012).  Priming paradigm reveals harmonic structure processing in congenital amusia.  Cortex, 48, 1073-1078.


Tillmann, B., Rusconi, E., Traube, C., Butterworth, B., Umiltà, C. & Peretz, I. (2011).  Fine-grained pitch processing of music and speech in congenital amusia.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 130, 4089-4096.  URL : http://link.aip.org/link/?JAS/130/4089 DOI : 10.1121/1.3658447

Bigand, E., Delbé, C., Gerard, Y. & Tillmann, B. (2011).  Categorization of extremely brief auditory stimuli : Domain-specific or domain-general processes ?  PLOS ONE, 6(10):e27024.

Signoret, C., Gaudrain, E., Tillmann, B., Grimault, N. & Perrin, F. (2011).  Top-down effects of knowledge on auditory detection.  Frontiers Psychology - Auditory Neuroscience, 2:176. doi : 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00176

Tillmann, B., Burnham, D., Nguyen, S., Grimault, N., Gosselin, N. & Peretz, I. (2011).  Congenital amusia (or tone-deafness) interferes with tone language perception,  Frontiers Psychology - Auditory Neuroscience, 2:120, doi : 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00120

Hoch, L., Poulin-Charronnat, B. & Tillmann, B. (2011).  The tonal function of a task-irrelevant chord influences language processing : syntactic versus semantic structures.  Frontiers Psychology - Auditory Neuroscience, 2:112, doi : 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00112

Daltrozzo, J., Signoret, C., Tillmann, B. & Perrin, F. (2011).  Subliminal semantic priming in speech.  PLOS ONE, 6(5) : e20273.

Marmel, F., Perrin, F. & Tillmann, B. (2011).  Tonal expectations influence early pitch processing : Evidence from ERPs.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23, 3095-3104

Tillmann, B., Stevens, C. J., & Keller, P. (2011).  Incidental learning of timing patterns and generalization to temporal processing.  Psychological Research, 75(3), 243-258.