Floris T. van Vugt
Floris T. van Vugt
Assistant Professor, University of Montreal; Affiliate Scientist, Haskins Laboratories
Verified email at umontreal.ca - Homepage
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Structural neuroplasticity in expert pianists depends on the age of musical training onset
L Vaquero, K Hartmann, P Ripollés, N Rojo, J Sierpowska, C François, ...
NeuroImage 126, 106-119, 2016
1132016
Musician's dystonia in pianists: Long-term evaluation of retraining and other therapies
FT van Vugt, L Boullet, HC Jabusch, E Altenmüller
Parkinsonism & related disorders 20 (1), 8-12, 2014
662014
Tap Arduino: An Arduino microcontroller for low-latency auditory feedback in sensorimotor synchronization experiments
BG Schultz, FT van Vugt
Behavior research methods 48 (4), 1591-1607, 2016
352016
Music-supported motor training after stroke reveals no superiority of synchronization in group therapy
FT Van Vugt, J Ritter, JD Rollnik, E Altenmüller
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 315, 2014
342014
Auditory feedback in error-based learning of motor regularity
FT van Vugt, B Tillmann
Brain research 1606, 54-67, 2015
302015
The role of auditory feedback in music-supported stroke rehabilitation: a single-blinded randomised controlled intervention
FT van Vugt, T Kafczyk, W Kuhn, JD Rollnik, B Tillmann, E Altenmüller
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 34 (2), 297-311, 2016
272016
Individuality that is unheard of: systematic temporal deviations in scale playing leave an inaudible pianistic fingerprint
FT Van Vugt, HC Jabusch, E Altenmüller
Frontiers in Psychology 4 (134), 0, 2013
242013
Fingers phrase music differently: trial-to-trial variability in piano scale playing and auditory perception reveal motor chunking
FT Van Vugt, HC Jabusch, E Altenmüller
Frontiers in psychology 3 (495), 0, 2012
242012
Thresholds of auditory-motor coupling measured with a simple task in musicians and non-musicians: was the sound simultaneous to the key press?
FT van Vugt, B Tillmann
PLoS ONE 9 (2), e87176, 2014
222014
Playing beautifully when you have to be fast: spatial and temporal symmetries of movement patterns in skilled piano performance at different tempi
FT van Vugt, S Furuya, H Vauth, HC Jabusch, E Altenmüller
Experimental brain research 232 (11), 3555-3567, 2014
212014
The influence of chronotype on making music: Circadian fluctuations in pianists’ fine motor skills
FT Van Vugt, K Treutler, E Altenmüller, HC Jabusch
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7 (347), 0, 2013
212013
Basic timing abilities stay intact in patients with musician's dystonia
MC Van der Steen, FT van Vugt, PE Keller, E Altenmueller
PloS one 9 (3), e92906, 2014
182014
Somatosensory working memory in human reinforcement-based motor learning
A Sidarta, FT van Vugt, DJ Ostry
Journal of Neurophysiology 120 (6), 3275-3286, 2018
162018
A causal role for the cerebellum in semantic integration: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study
D Gatti, F Van Vugt, T Vecchi
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-12, 2020
102020
Risk Perception in a Real-World Situation (COVID-19): How It Changes From 18 to 87 Years Old
A Rosi, FT van Vugt, S Lecce, I Ceccato, M Vallarino, F Rapisarda, ...
Frontiers in psychology 12, 528, 2021
92021
The Structure and Acquisition of Sensorimotor Maps
FT van Vugt, DJ Ostry
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (3), 290-306, 2018
92018
Error-related Persistence of Motor Activity in Resting-state Networks
NF Bernardi, FT Van Vugt, RR Valle-Mena, S Vahdat, DJ Ostry
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 30 (12), 1883-1901, 2018
72018
Sounds on time: auditory feedback in motor learning, re-learning and over-learning of timing regularity.
FT Van Vugt
Université Claude Bernard-Lyon I, 2013
62013
Effects of dopaminergic and subthalamic stimulation on musical performance
FT Van Vugt, M Schüpbach, E Altenmüller, E Bardinet, J Yelnik, TD Hälbig
Journal of Neural Transmission 120 (5), 755-759, 2013
52013
Response trajectories reveal conflict phase in image–word mismatch
FT van Vugt, P Cavanagh
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-6, 2012
42012
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