Peer reviewed publications from the research program “Humans Making Music” and from related projects unfinanced by the program.
Action-perception coupling and near transfer: Listening to melodies after piano practice triggers sequence-specific representations in the auditory-motor network. De Manzano Ö, Kuckelkorn K, Ström K, and Ullén F (in press). Cerebral Cortex.
Genetic and environmental influences. In The Science and Psychology of Music: From Mozart at the Office to Metallica at the Gym. Mosing MA and Ullén F (in press). ABC-CLIO.
Predicting musical aptitude and achievement: practice, teaching, and intelligence. Mosing MA, Hambrick DZ, and Ullén F (2019). Journal of Expertise 2(3): 184-197.
The effects of playing music on mental health outcomes. Wesseldijk LW, Ullén F, Mosing MA. Sci Rep. 2019 Aug 30;9(1):12606
Gene-environment interaction in expertise: The importance of childhood environment for musical achievement. Wesseldijk LW, Mosing MA, Ullén F. Dev Psychol. 2019 Jul;55(7):1473-1479
Associations between musical aptitude, alexithymia, and working in a creative occupation. Theorell T, Madison G, and Ullén F (2019). Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 13(1): 49-57.
Structural covariability hubs in old age. Forsberg L, Sigurdsson S, Launer LJ, Gudnason V, Ullén F. Neuroimage. 2019 Apr 1;189:307-315
Neural mechanisms of expertise. In The Oxford Handbook of Expertise: Research & Application, ed Paul Ward, Jan Maarten Schraagen, Julie Gore, Emelie Roth. Ullén F, de Manzano Ö, and Mosing MA (2019). Oxford University Press. doi: 0.1093/oxfordhb/9780198795872.013.6
Music practice and emotion handling in Music and Public Health. Theorell T and Ullén F (2018), ed Lars O. Bonde and Töres Theorell. Springer Verlag, pp. 55-67.
Genetic and environmental influences on the phenotypic associations between intelligence, personality, and creative achievement in the arts and sciences. De Manzano Ö and Ullén F (2018). Intelligence 69: 123-133.
Talking about childhood music: A twin study. Theorell T, Harmat L, Eriksson H, and Ullén F (2018). Progress in Brain Research 237: 279-289.
Genetic influences on musical specialization: A twin study on choice of instrument and music genre. Mosing MA and Ullén F (2018). Ann NY Acad Sci 1423(1): 427-434.
Toward a multifactorial model of expertise: beyond born vs made. Hambrick DZ, Burgoyne AP, Macnamara BN, and Ullén F (2018). Ann NY Acad Sci 1423(1): 284-295.
Same genes, different brains: Neuroanatomical differences between monozygotic twins discordant for musical training. De Manzano Ö and Ullén F (2018). Cereb Cortex 28(1): 387-394.
The Multifactorial Gene-environment Interaction Model (MGIM) of expert performance. In The Science of Expertise: Behavioral, Neural, and Genetic Approaches to Complex Skill. Ullén F, Mosing MA, and Hambrick DZ (2018), ed David Z. Hambrick, Guillermo Campitelli, Brooke Macnamara. Routledge, pp. 365-375.
Genetic influences on musical expertise. In The Science of Expertise: Behavioral, Neural, and Genetic Approaches to Complex Skill. Mosing MA, Peretz I, and Ullén F (2018), ed David Z. Hambrick, Guillermo Campitelli, Brooke Macnamara. Routledge, pp. 272-282.
Can flow experiences be protective of work-related depressive symptoms and burnout? A genetically informative approach. Mosing MA, Butkovic A, and Ullén F (2018). Journal of Affective Disorders 226: 6-11.
Musical expertise: genetics, experience, and training. In Routledge Companion to Music Cognition. Thompson WF, Mosing MA, and Ullén F (2017), ed Richard Ashley and Renée Timmers. Routledge, pp. 415-426.
Metrically stuctured time and entrainment. In The Routledge Companion to Embodied Music Interaction. Madison G, Ullén F, and Merker B (2017), ed Micheline Lesaffre, Pieter-Jan Maes and Marc Leman. Routledge, pp. 22-30.
Similar but different: Interviewing monozygotic twins discordant for musical practice. Eriksson H, Harmat L, Theorell T, and Ullén F (2017). Musicae Scientiae 21(3): 250-266.
Executive control and working memory are involved in sub-second repetitive motor timing. Holm L, Karampela O, Ullén F, and Madison G (2017). Exp Brain Res 235(3): 787-798.
Creative artistic achievement is related to lower levels of alexithymia. Lennartsson A-K, Bojner Horwitz E, Theorell T, and Ullén F (2017). Creat Res J 29(1): 29-36.