Laura Bishop
Laura Bishop
Researcher, RITMO, University of Oslo
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Collaborative Musical Creativity: How Ensembles Coordinate Spontaneity
L Bishop
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 1285, 2018
When they listen and when they watch: Pianists’ use of nonverbal audio and visual cues during duet performance
L Bishop, W Goebl
Musicae Scientiae 19 (1), 84-110, 2015
Beating time: How ensemble musicians' cueing gestures communicate beat position and tempo
L Bishop, W Goebl
Psychology of Music, 2017
Musical Imagery and the Planning of Dynamics and Articulation During Performance
L Bishop, F Bailes, RT Dean
Music Perception 31 (2), 97-117, 2013
Musical imagery in the creative process
F Bailes, L Bishop
The Act of Musical Composition: Studies in the Creative Process, 2012
Musical expertise and the ability to imagine loudness
L Bishop, F Bailes, RT Dean
PloS one 8 (2), e56052, 2013
Moving to communicate, moving to interact: Patterns of body motion in musical duo performance
L Bishop, C Cancino-Chacón, W Goebl
Music Perception 37 (1), 1-25, 2019
Communication for coordination: Gesture kinematics and conventionality affect synchronization success in piano duos
L Bishop, W Goebl
Psychological Research, 2017
Mental imagery for musical changes in loudness
F Bailes, L Bishop, CJ Stevens, RT Dean
Frontiers in psychology 3, 2012
Context-specific effects of musical expertise on audiovisual integration
L Bishop, W Goebl
Frontiers in Cognitive Science, 2014
Eye gaze as a means of giving and seeking information during musical interaction
L Bishop, C Cancino-Chacón, W Goebl
Consciousness and Cognition 68, 73-96, 2019
Performing Musical Dynamics: How Crucial are Musical Imagery and Auditory Feedback for Expert and Novice Musicians?
L Bishop, F Bailes, RT Dean
Music Perception 32 (1), 2014
“C'Mon dude!”: Users adapt their behaviour to a robotic agent with an attention model
L Cavedon, C Kroos, D Herath, D Burnham, L Bishop, Y Leung, ...
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 80, 14-23, 2015
Music and movement: Musical instruments and performers
L Bishop, W Goebl
The Routledge Companion to Music Cognition, 349-361, 2017
Move like everyone is watching: Social context affects head motion and gaze in string quartet performance
L Bishop, V González Sánchez, B Laeng, AR Jensenius, S Høffding
Journal of New Music Research 50 (4), 392-412, 2021
Performers and an active audience: Movement in music production and perception
L Bishop, W Goebl
Yearbook of Music Psychology 28, 1-17, 2018
Musical and bodily predictors of mental effort in string quartet music: An ecological pupillometry study of performers and listeners
L Bishop, AR Jensenius, B Laeng
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 2220, 2021
Negotiating a Shared Interpretation During Piano Duo Performance
L Bishop, W Goebl
Music & Science 3, 2059204319896152, 2020
The ACCompanion v0. 1: An Expressive Accompaniment System
C Cancino-Chacón, M Bonev, A Durand, M Grachten, A Arzt, L Bishop, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1711.02427, 2017
COME_IN: A qualitative framework for content, meanings and intersubjectivity in free dyadic improvisations
M Smetana, I Stepniczka, L Bishop
Nordic Journal of Music Therapy 32 (2), 157-178, 2023
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