Principal Investigator (PI)

Prof. Dr. Tom Fritz
Prof. Dr. Tom Fritz
Group leader
Phone: +49 341 9940-2413
Fax: +49 341 9940-2221

Music Evoked Brain Plasticity

Publications

Journal Article (19)

  1. 2018
    Fritz, T.; Mueller, K.; Guha, A.; Gouws, A.; Levita, L.; Andrews, T. J.; Slocombe, K. E.: Human behavioural discrimination of human, chimpanzee and macaque affective vocalisations is reflected by the neural response in the superior temporal sulcus. Neuropsychologia 111, pp. 145 - 150 (2018)
  2. Fritz, T.; Bowling, D. L.; Contier, O.; Grant, J.; Schneider, L.; Lederer, A.; Höer, F.; Busch, E.; Villringer, A.: Musical agency during physical exercise decreases pain. Frontiers in Psychology (2018)
  3. 2017
    Fritz, T.; Brummerloh, B.; Urquijo, M.; Wegner, K.; Reimer, E.; Gutekunst, S.; Schneider, L.; Smallwood, J.; Villringer, A.: Blame it on the bossa nova: Transfer of perceived sexiness from music to touch. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (9), pp. 1360 - 1365 (2017)
  4. Kim, S.; Lepsien, J.; Fritz, T.; Mueller, K.: Dissonance encoding in human inferior colliculus covaries with individual differences in dislike of dissonant music. Scientific Reports (2017)
  5. Kaller, S.; Rullmann, M.; Patt, M.; Becker, G.-A.; Luthardt, J.; Girbardt, J.; Meyer, P. M.; Werner, P.; Barthel, H.; Bresch, A. et al.; Fritz, T.; Hesse, S.; Sabri, O.: Test-retest measurements of dopamine D1-type receptors using simultaneous PET-MRI scanner. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging 44 (6), pp. 1025 - 1032 (2017)
  6. 2016
    Fritz, T.; Schneider, L.; Villringer, A.: The Band Effect – Physically strenuous music making increases aesthetic appreciation of music. Frontiers in Neuroscience (2016)
  7. 2015
    Jacobsen, J.-H.; Stelzer, J.; Fritz, T.; Chételat, G.; La Joie, R.; Turner, R.: Why musical memory can be preserved in advanced Alzheimer’s disease. Brain 138 (8), pp. 2438 - 2450 (2015)
  8. Mueller, K.; Fritz, T.; Mildner, T.; Richter, M.; Schulze, K.; Lepsien, J.; Schroeter, M. L.; Möller, H. E.: Investigating the dynamics of the brain response to music: A central role of the ventral striatum/nucleus accumbens. NeuroImage 116, pp. 68 - 79 (2015)
  9. Fritz, T.; Vogt, M.; Lederer, A.; Schneider, L.; Fomicheva, E.; Schneider, M.; Villringer, A.: Benefits of listening to a recording of euphoric joint music making in polydrug abusers. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience (2015)
  10. Fritz, T.; Steixner, A.; Boettger, J.; Villringer, A.: Losing track of time through delayed body representations. Frontiers in Psychology (2015)
  11. 2014
    Pehrs, C.; Deserno, L.; Bakels, J.-H.; Schlochtermeier, L. H.; Kappelhoff, H.; Jacobs, A. M.; Fritz, T.; Koelsch, S.; Kuchinke, L.: How music alters a kiss: Superior temporal gyrus controls fusiform–amygdalar effective connectivity. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9 (11), pp. 1770 - 1778 (2014)
  12. Fritz, T.; Ciupek, M.; Kirkland, A.; Ihme, K.; Guha, A.; Hoyer, J.; Villringer, A.: Enhanced response to music in pregnancy. Psychophysiology 51 (9), pp. 905 - 911 (2014)
  13. Fritz, T.; Niessen, M.; Villringer, A.; Leman, M.: Reply to Padulo et al.: Jymmin, an easy-to-implement musical workout approach. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2014)
  14. 2013
    Fritz, T.; Halfpaap, J.; Grahl, S.; Kirkland, A.; Villringer, A.: Musical feedback during exercise machine workout enhances mood. Frontiers in Psychology (2013)
  15. Koelsch, S.; Skouras, S.; Fritz, T.; Herrera, P.; Bonhage, C.; Küssner, M. B.; Jacobs, A. M.: The roles of superficial amygdala and auditory cortex in music-evoked fear and joy. NeuroImage 81, pp. 49 - 60 (2013)
  16. Fritz, T.; Hardikar, S.; Demoucron, M.; Niessen, M.; Demey, M.; Giot, O.; Li, Y.; Haynes, J.-D.; Villringer, A.; Leman, M.: Musical agency reduces perceived exertion during strenuous physical performance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 110 (44), pp. 17784 - 17789 (2013)
  17. Fritz, T.; Renders, W.; Mueller, K.; Schmude, P.; Leman, M.; Turner, R.; Villringer, A.: Anatomical differences in human inferior colliculus relate to perceived valence of musical consonance and dissonance. European Journal of Neuroscience 38 (7), pp. 3099 - 3105 (2013)
  18. Fritz, T.; Schmude, P.; Jentschke, S.; Friederici, A. D.; Koelsch, S.: From understanding to appreciating music cross-culturally. PLoS One (2013)
  19. Fritz, T.: The Dock-in Model of music culture and cross-cultural perception. Music Perception 30 (5), pp. 511 - 516 (2013)

Book Chapter (5)

  1. 2017
    Fritz, T.: Jymmin - The medical potential of musical euphoria. In: The Routledge companion to embodied music interaction, pp. 278 - 283 (Eds. Lesaffre, M.; Maes, P.-J.; Leman, M.). Routledge, London (2017)
 
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