Kirk N. Olsen
Kirk N. Olsen
Research Centre Manager, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University
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Who enjoys listening to violent music and why?
WF Thompson, AM Geeves, KN Olsen
Psychology of Popular Media 8 (3), 218-232, 2019
Loudness change in response to dynamic acoustic intensity
KN Olsen, CJ Stevens, J Tardieu
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (6 …, 2010
Psychophysiological response to acoustic intensity change in a musical chord
KN Olsen, CJ Stevens
Journal of Psychophysiology 27 (1), 16-26, 2013
Listener expertise enhances intelligibility of vocalisations in Death Metal music
KN Olsen, WF Thompson, I Giblin
Music Perception 35 (5), 527-539, 2018
Perceptual overestimation of rising intensity: Is stimulus continuity necessary?
KN Olsen, CJ Stevens
Perception 39 (5), 695, 2010
Fans of violent music: The role of passion in positive and negative emotional experience
KN Olsen, M Powell, A Anic, RJ Vallerand, WF Thompson
Musicae Scientiae 26 (2), 364-387, 2022
A ‘looming bias’ in spatial hearing? Effects of acoustic intensity and spectrum on categorical sound source localisation
L McCarthy, KN Olsen
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (1), 352–362, 2017
Resilient memory for melodies: The number of intervening melodies does not influence novel melody recognition
SA Herff, KN Olsen, RT Dean
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (5), 1150–1171, 2018
What constitutes a phrase in sound-based music? A mixed methods investigation of perception and acoustics
KN Olsen, RT Dean, Y Leung
PLoS ONE 11 (12), e0167643, 2016
A continuous measure of musical engagement contributes to prediction of perceived arousal and valence
KN Olsen, RT Dean, CJ Stevens
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 24 (2), 147-156, 2014
Training adult novices to use computers: Effects of different types of illustrations
EJ Kehoe, TC Bednall, L Yin, KN Olsen, C Pitts, JD Henry, PE Bailey
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (2), 275-283, 2009
Memory for melodies in unfamiliar tuning systems: Investigating effects of recency and number of intervening items
SA Herff, KN Olsen, RT Dean, JB Prince
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (6), 1367-1381, 2018
Psychosocial risks and benefits of exposure to heavy metal music with aggressive themes: Current theory and evidence
KN Olsen, J Terry, WF Thompson
Current Psychology 42, 21133–21150, 2023
On the enjoyment of violence and aggression in music
WF Thompson, KN Olsen
Physics of Life Reviews 25, 128-130, 2018
The effect of intensity on relative pitch
WF Thompson, V Peter, KN Olsen, CJ Stevens
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (10), 2054-2072, 2012
Interference in memory for pitch-only and rhythm-only sequences
SA Herff, KN Olsen, J Prince, RT Dean
Musicae Scientiae 22 (3), 344-361, 2018
Both acoustic intensity and loudness contribute to time-series models of perceived affect in response to music
KN Olsen, RT Dean, CJ Stevens, F Bailes
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 25 (2), 124-137, 2015
Intensity dynamics and loudness change: A review of methods and perceptual processes
KN Olsen
Acoustics Australia 42 (3), 159-165, 2014
Does perceived exertion influence perceived affect in response to music? Investigating the 'FEELA' hypothesis.
KN Olsen, RT Dean
Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain. 26 (3), 257-269, 2016
An investigation of empathy in male and female fans of aggressive music
A Slade, KN Olsen, WF Thompson
Musicae Scientiae 25 (2), 189-211, 2021
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