2009 Publications

Below is a record of published work from The MARCS Institute academics. You can also find 2016 works by following the link, http://bit.ly/MARCSPubs2009

Books

Dean, R. (2009).  The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music, ISBN: 978195331615

Stevens, C., Schubert, E., Kruithof, B., Buckley, K. & Fazio, S. (2009).  
Proceedings of International Conference on Music Communications Science ICoMCS2, ISBN:978-1-74108-203-6

Paine, G. (2009).  Unencumbered Human Movement in Interactive Immersive Environments,
ISBN: 0781445204574


Book Chapters

McKechnie, S., & Stevens, C. J., (2009).  Visible thought: choreographic cognition in creating, performing, and watching contemporary dance, Contemporary Choreography, 38-51, ISBN: 9780415490870

Bohn, O-S. & Bundgaard-Nielsen, R. (2009).  Second Language Speech Learning with Diverse Inputs.  In T Piske & M Young-Scholten (Eds.), Input Matters in SLA (pp 207-218), Multilingual Matters.

McKechnie, S., & Stevens, C. (2009). Knowledge unspoken: contemporary dance and the cycle of practice-led research, basic and applied research, and research-led practice In H. Smith & R. Dean (Eds). Research-led practice and practice-led research, p.84-103, Edinburgh University Press. ISBN: 9780748636297.

Paine, G. (2009).  Noise and Texture, Towards an Asian-Influence Composition Approach to the Concert Flute, Music of the Spirit: Asian-Pacific Musical Identity, p.135-144, ISBN: 9780909168650

Dean, R., Bailes, F., Brennan, D. (2009).  Microtonality, the Octave, and Novel Tunings for Affective Music, Music of the Spirit: Asian-Pacific Musical Identity, p.124-134, ISBN: 9780909168650

Bailes, F. (2009).  Translating the Musical Image: Case Studies of Expert Musicians, Sounds in Translation: Intersections of Music, Technology and Society, p.41-59, ISBN: 9781921536540

Smith, H., Dean, R. (2009).  Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice - Towards the Inerative Cyclic Web, Practice-led Research, Research-led Practice in the Creative Arts, ISBN: 780748636297

Bailes, F., Dean, R. (2009).  Empirical Studies of Computer Sound, The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music, p.473-490, ISBN: 978195331615

Sagiv, N., Dean, R., Bailes, F. (2009).  Algorithmic Synesthesia, The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music, p.294-311, ISBN: 978195331615

Paine, G. (2009).  Gesture and Morphology in Laptop Music Performance, The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music, p.214-232, ISBN: 978195331615

Dean, R. (2009).  Envisaging Improvisation in Future Computer Music, The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music, p.133-147, ISBN: 978195331615

Kim, J & Davis, C. (2009).  Developmental Reading Disorders in Korean, The Handbook of East Asian Psycholinguistics, Volume III Korean, p.516-526, ISBN: 9780521833356

Dean, R. (2009).  The Many Futures of Computer Music, The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music, p3-7, ISBN: 978195331615


Journal Articles

Paine, G., (2009). Toward Unified Design Guidelines for New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Organised Sound, 14(2), p.142-155, ISSN: 1355-7718

Drummond, J., (2009). Understanding Interactive Systems, Organised Sound, 14(2), p.124-133, ISSN: 1355-7718

Kitamura, C. & Notley, A. (2009), The shift in infant preferences for vowel duration and pitch contour between 6 and 10 months of age, Developmental Science, 12(5), 706-714, ISSN: 1363-755X

Salehuddin, K & Winskel H., (2009).  An investigation into Malay numeral classifier acquisition through an elicited production task, First Language, 29(3), 289-311, ISSN: 01427237

Stevens, C., Schubert, E., Haszard Morris, R., Frear, M., Chen, J., Healey, S., Schoknecht, C., & Hansen, S. (2009).  Cognition and the Temporal Arts: Investigating audience response to dance using PDAs that record continuous data during live performance, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 67(9), 800-813, ISSN: 10715819

Cutler, A., (2009), Greater sensitivity to prosodic goodness in non-native than native listeners (L), Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 125(6), 3522-3525, ISSN: 15209024, AD Pearce (Ed), Acoustical Society of America through the American Institute of Physics

Best, C.T., Tyler, M.D., Gooding, T.N., Orlando C.B. & Quann, C.A.. (2009). Development of Phonological Constancy - Toddlers' Perception of Native- and Jamaican-Accented Words. Psychological Science, 20(5), pp 539-542.

Best, C.T., & P.A. Hallé (2009). Listeners' revelations about the phonetic bases for phonological distinctions: Perception of voicing in non-native lateral onsets differing in gestural organization.  Journal of Phonetics, In press.

Kitamura, C. & Lam, C. (2009).  Age-Specific Preferences for Infant-Directed Affective Intent.  Infancy, 14(1), pp 77-100.

Stevens, C., Brennan, D., Petocz, A., & Howell, C. (2009). Designing informative warning signals: Effects of indicator type, modality and task demand on recognition speed and accuracy. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 5, 42-48.

Stevens, C., Schubert, E., Wang, S., Kroos, C., & Halovic, S. (2009). Moving with and without music: scaling and lapsing in time in the performance of contemporary dance. Music Perception Special Issue, 26(5), 451-464, ISSN: 0730-7829

Konoshita, S., Castles, A., Davis, C. (2009).The Role of Neighbourhood Density in Transposed-letter Priming. Language and Cognitive Processes. 24(2), pp506-526

Tyler, M., Cutler, A., (2009). Cross-language differences in cue use for speech segmentation, Acoustical Society of America, 126(1), 367-376, ISSN: 0001-4966.

Tyler, M., Jones, C., Grebennikov, L., Leigh, G., Noble, W., Burnham, D. (2009).  Effect of Caption Rate on the Comprehension of Educational Television Programmes by Deaf School Students, Deafness and Education International, 11, p.152-162, ISSN: 14643154.

Opacic, T., Stevens, C., Tillmann B. (2009).  Unspoken Knowledge: Implicit Learning of Structured Human Dance Movement, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 35(6), p.1570-1577, ISSN: 02787393; DOI 10.1037/a0017244

Bailes, F., Dean, R. (2009).  Listeners Discern Affective Variation in Computer-generated Musical Sounds, Perception, 38(9), p.1386-1404, ISSN: 03010066; DOI 10.1068/p6063

Kooijman, V., Hagoort, P, Cutler, A. (2009).  Prosodic Structure in Early Word Segmentation: ERP Evidence From Dutch Ten-Month-Olds, Infancy, 14(6), p.591-612, ISSN: 15250008; DOI 10.1080/15250000903263957

Bailes, F., Delbe, C. (2009).  Long-term Melodic Expectation: The Unexpected Observation of Distant Priming Affects, Musicae Scientiae, 8(2), p.315-336, ISSN: 10298649

Dean, RT, Byron, T. & Bailes, F. (2009). The pulse of symmetry: On the possible co-evolution of rhythm in music and dance, Musicae Scientiae, p341-367, ISBN: 10298649

Okazaki, Y., Abrahamyan, A., Stevens, C., Ioannides, A. (2009).  Wired for Her Face? Male Attentional Bias for Female Faces, Brain Topography, Online, ISSN: 15736792

Kim, J., Davis, C., & Groot, C. (2009).  Establishing how head and face movement properties contribute to the perception of speech and identity.  Acoustical Society of America, 126(6), p3246-3257, ISSN: 0001-4966.

Cutler, A., Otake, T. & McQueen, J.M. (2009). Vowel devoicing and the perception of spoken Japanese words, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 125(3), p1693-1703, ISSN: 15209024

Bailes, F. & Dean, R.T.(2009). When is noise speech? A survey in sonic ambiguity, Computer Music Journal, 33(1), p57-67, ISSN: 0148-9267, DOI:10.1162/comj.2009.33.1.57

Kim, J., Davis, C. & Groot, C. (2009). Speech identification in noise: The contribution of visual and auditory speech cues, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 126(6), p3246-3257, ISSN: 0001-4966

Broughton M & Stevens C, (2009), Music, movement and marimba: An investigation of the role of movement and gesture in communicating musical expression to an audience, Psychology of Music, vol 37, no. 2, pp 137-153, ISSN: 0305-7356


Conference Proceedings – Fully Refereed

McDougall, S., Forsythe, A., Isherwood, S., Petocz, A., Reppa, I. & Stevens, CJ. (2009). The use of multimodal representation in icon interpretation, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 62-70, ISSN: 9783642027277

Stevens, C., & Petocz, A., (2009), The user knows: considering the cognitive contribution of the user in the design of auditory warnings, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 126-135, ISSN: 9783642027277

Halovic, S., Kroos, C., (2009), Facilitation the perception of anger and fear in male and female walkers, Proceedings of the Symposium on Mental States, Emotions and their Embodiment, 3-7, ISSN: 190 294 6788.

Stevens, C., Winskel, H., Howell, C., Vidal, L-M., Latimer, C., & Milne-Home, J. (2009). Direct and indirect methods for measuring audience reactions to contemporary dance. Proceedings of the World Dance Alliance Global Summit, 2008. ISSN: 1875255176.

Schubert, E., Vincs, K., & Stevens, C. (2009). A quantitative approach to analysing reliability of engagement responses to dance. Proceedings of the World Dance Alliance Global Summit, 2008. ISSN: 1875255176.

Vincs, K., Schubert, E., & Stevens, C. (2009). Measuring responses to dance:
is there a 'Egrammar' of dance? Proceedings of the World Dance Alliance Global Summit, 2008. ISSN: 1875255176.

Wachowicz, F., & Stevens, C. (2009). Recall of movement: Exploring the effects of disrupted balance on working memory of movement. Submitted to EBICC 2009 - Brazilian International Meeting of Cognitive Science (Sept 2-4 2009).

Kuratate, T., & Riley, M. (2009).  Using 3D Lip Surface and MRI Data to Help Build a Speaker-Specific Lip Models for Talking Heads, Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Dynamic Modeling of the Oral, Pharyngeal and Laryngeal Complex for Biomedical Applications, 109-114, (non-DEST)

Olsen, KN & Stevens, C. (2009). Perceptual overestimation of rising intensity: Is stimulus continuity necessary? The Second International Conference on Music Communication Science, p67-70, ISBN: 978-1-74108-203-6

Paine, G., & Drummond, J. (2009). A Survey of Realtime Interfaces for Electronic Music Performance, The Second International Conference on Music Communication Science, p129-132, ISBN: 978-1-74108-203-6

Stevens, C., Vincs, K., Schubert, E. (2009).  Measuring audience response on-line: An evaluation of the portable audience response, The Second International Conference on Music Communication Science, p100-103, ISBN: 978-1-74108-203-6

Paine, G & Drummond, J. (2009).  Development an Ontology of New Interfaces for Realtime Electronic Music Performance, Proceedings of EMS09

Paine, G. (2009).  Pools, Pixies and Potentials, ISEA2010

Stevens, C., Ginsborg, J. & Lester, G. (2009). Moving backwards and forwards in time: Recalling dance from long-term memory, Proceedings of International Symposium on Performance Science, p173-178, ISBN: 9789490306014

Broughton, M. & Stevens, C. (2009). Physical movement and imagery in professional and undergraduate student solo marimba practice, Proceedings of International Symposium on Performance Science, p531-536, ISBN: 9789490306014

Powers, D., Leibbrandt, R., Pfitzner, D., Luerssen, M., Lewis, T., Abrahamyan, A. & Stevens, C. (2009). Language Teaching in a mixed reality games environment, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments, p1-7, ISBN: 9781605580678

Kim, J., Davis, C., Kroos, C. & Hill, H. (2009). Speaker discriminability for visual speech modes, Proceedings of Interspeech 2009, p2259-2262, ISBN: 19909772

Kroos, C. (2009). Using sensor orientation information for computational head stabilisation in 3D Electromagnetic Articulography (EMA), Proceedings of Interspeech 2009, p776-779, ISBN: 19909772

Cutler, A., Davis, C. & Kim, J. (2009). Non-automaticity of use of orthographic knowledge in phoneme evaluation, Proceedings of Interspeech 2009, p380-383, ISBN: 19909772

Shocki, T., Sekiyama, K., Lees, N., Boyce, M., Goecke, R. & Burnham, D. (2009). Auditory-Visual Infant Directed Speech in Japanese and English, Proceedings of AVSP 2009, p107-112, ISBN: 9780956345202

Davis, C. & Kim, J. (2009). Recognizing spoken vowels in multi-talker babble: Spectral and visual speech cues, Proceedings of AVSP 2009, p130-133, ISBN: 9780956345202

Kuratate, T., Ayers, K., Kim, J., Riley, M. & Burnham, D. (2009). Are Virtual Humans Uncanny?: Varying speech, appearance and motion to better understand the acceptability of synthetic humans, Proceedings of AVSP 2009, p65-69, ISBN: 9780956345202

Kroos, C. & Hogan, K. (2009). Visual influence on auditory perception: Is speech special?, Proceedings of AVSP 2009 , p70-75, ISBN: 9780956345202

Burnham, D., Ambikairajah, E., Arciuli, J., Bennamoun, M., Best, C.T., Bird, S., Butcher, A.R., Cassidy, S., Chetty, G., Cox, F.M., Cutler, A., Dale, R., Epps, J.R., Fletcher, J.M., Goecke, R., Grayden, D.B., Hajek, F.T., Ingram, J.C., Ishihara, S., Kemp, N., Kinoshita, Y., Kuratate, T., Lewis, T.W., Loakes, E.G., Onslow, M., Powers, D.M., Rose, P., Togneri, R., Tran, D. & Wagner, M. (2009). A Blueprint for a Comprehensive Australian English Auditory-Visual Speech Corpus, Selected Proceedings of 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus: Mustering Languages, p96-107, ISBN: 9781574734355

Gibert, G., Pruzinec, M., Schultz, T. & Stevens, C. (2009). Enhancement of Human Computer Interaction with Facial Electromyographic Sensors, Proceedings of OZCHI 2009, p421424, ISBN: 9781605588544

Morrison, B., Wiggins, M., Bond, N. & Tyler, M. (2009).  Examining cue recognition across expertise using a computer-based task, 9th Bi-annual International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, p91-98

Schubert, E., Stevens, C. & Vincs, K. (2009).  The relationship between lapsing and scaling: Explaining timing variations in a contemporary dance performance, 9th Conference of the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science, p311-315, ISSN: 978-0-646-52918-9, DOI: 10.5096/ASCS2009

Vincs, K., Stevens, C. & Schubert, E. (2009). Effects of observer experience on continuous measures of engagement with a contemporary dance work, 9th Conference of the Australasian Society for Cognitive Science, p357-361, ISSN: 978-0-646-52918-9, DOI: 10.5096/ASCS2009


Creative Works

Stelarc (2009).  Conference Performance, Edinburgh International Sciences Festival


Book Reviews

Bailes, F. (2009) ŒPsychology for Musicians: Understanding and Acquiring the Skills, by Andreas C. Lehman, John A. Sloboda & Robert H. Woody¹. British Journal of Music Education, 26, 227-230. doi:10.1017/S0265051709008468