Giulio Tirinelli
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Main areas of research:
Cognitive psychology of Music
MusicArTherapy
Music education
Interests/keywords:
Rhythm perception and reproduction
Synchronization, rhythm, movement
Embodied Music Cognition
Cognitive expertise-related effects
Psychology of time
Current title/position:
Ph.D. student in Cognitive Psychology
Current affiliation/employer:
Sapienza University of Rome
Collaborators:
Marc Thompson
PhD Advisor and University:
Marta Olivetti Belardinelli (Sapienza University of Rome) ; Petri Toiviainen (University of Jyväskylä)
Postdoc Advisor and University:
Riccardo Brunetti, Maurizio Schmid, Paolo Camiz (Sapienza University); Geoff Luck (University of Jyväskylä)
Personal or laboratory homepage:
http://w3.uniroma1.it/labcog/people/tirinelli.htm
Publications:
Tirinelli, G., Luck, G., Thompson, M., Toiviainen, P., Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2011). Effect of pattern complexity and expertise on movement kinematics during perception and reproduction of auditory rhythms. 13th International Rhythm Perception and Production Workshop. July 13-15, 2011, Leipzig, Germany. (Poster)

Tirinelli, G., Luck, G., Thompson, M., Toiviainen, P., Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2009). Features of body movements during the reproduction of rhythmic patterns: the influence of the events complexity. Cognitive Processing, 10 (2) Special Issue ICSC 2009 (Symposium)

Tirinelli, G., Brunetti, R., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2009). Time reproduction of structured auditory events by deaf and hearing subjects. Proceedings of the VII Triennial Conference of European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM 2009), August 2009, Jyväskylä (FI). (Paper)

Brunetti, R., Tirinelli, G., & Olivetti Belardinelli, M. (2007). Perceiving the beginning of repeating acoustical rhythmical sequences: Evidence for a new organizing principle. Proceedings of the XV ESCOP Conference, August-September 2007, Marseille (FR). (Paper)

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