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Zendel, B.R. (2022). The importance of the motor system in the development of music-based forms of auditory rehabilitation. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1-10.
Zendel, B.R., Demirkaplan, O, Mignault-Goulet, G., Peretz, I., (2022). The relationship between acoustic and musical pitch processing in adolescents. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 82, 314-330.
Sauvé, S.A., Cho, A., & Zendel, B.R. (2021). Mapping tonal hierarchy in the brain. Neuroscience 465, 187-202.
Zendel, B.R., Power, B.V, DiDonato, R.M. & Hutchings, V.M. (2021) Memory deficits for health information provided through a telehealth video conferencing system. Frontiers in Psychology 12(604074), 1-7.
Zendel, B.R. & Alexander, E.J. (2020). Autodidacticism and Music: Do self-taught musicians exhibit the same auditory processing advantages as formally trained musicians? Frontiers in Neuroscience 14(752), 1-15.
Zendel, B.R. & Sauvé, S.A..(2020) Towards music-based auditory rehabilitation for older adults. In Cuddy, Belleville & Moussard (Eds.), Music and the Aging Brain. (pp. 293-313) Academic Press.
Willoughby, K., Julien, M., Zendel, B. R., & Curran, V. (2020). National survey of Canadian residents and program directors regarding parental leave during residency. Canadian Medical Education Journal, 11(5), 16-30.
Fleming, D., Belleville, S., Peretz, I., West, G. & Zendel, B.R. (2019) The effects of short-term musical training on the neural processing of speech-in-noise in older adults. Brain and Cognition, 36(103592), 1-12.
Zendel, B.R., West, G.L., Belleville, S., & Peretz, I. (2019). Music training improves the ability to understand speech-in-noise in older adults. Neurobiology of Aging, 81, 102-115.
Sauvé, S.A., Bolt, E.L.W., Fleming, D. & Zendel, B.R. (2019). The impact of aging on neurophysiological entrainment to a metronome. NeuroReport, 30(10), 730-734.
Bolt, E.L.W., Corbin-Dwyer, S. Buckle, J. & Zendel, B.R. (2019) Does the way individuals die change social views of their death? Perceptions of mode of death. Death Studies, 43(8), 489-99.
Diarra, M. Zendel, B.R., Benady-Chorney, J., Blanchette, C., Lepore, F, Peretz, I., Belleville, S. & , West, G.L. (2019) Playing Super Mario increases oculomotor inhibition and frontal eye field grey matter in older adults. Experimental Brain Research, 237(3), 723-733.
Vuvan, D.T., Zendel, B.R. & Peretz, I. (2018) Random feedback makes listeners tone-deaf. Scientific Reports. 8(7283), 1-15.
Lagrois, M.E., Peretz, I. & Zendel, B.R. (2018). Neurophysiological and behavioural differences between older and younger adults when processing violations of tonal structure in music. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12(54), 1-15.
Royal, I., Zendel, B.R. (joint first author), Desjardins, M.E., Robitaille, N. & Peretz, I. (2018) Modulation of electric brain responses evoked by pitch deviants through transcranial direct current stimulation. Neuropsychologia. 109, 63-74.
West, G.L., Zendel, B.R (joint first author)., Konishi, K., Benady-Chorney, J., Bohbot, V.D., Peretz, I. & Belleville, S. (2017). Supersized: Playing Super Mario 64 increases hippocampal grey matter in older adults. PLOS-One, 12(12): e0187779.
Willoughby, K. & Zendel, B.R. (2017). Hearing and memory deficits in older adults using Telehealth. Canadian Acoustics. 45(3), 188-189.
Power, B.V. & Zendel, B.R. (2017). The impact of dialect on the ability to understand speech-in-noise. Canadian Acoustics. 45(3), 192-193.
B.R., de Boysson, C., Mellah, S., Démonet, J.F. & Belleville, S.
(2016). The impact of attentional training on
event-related potentials in older adults. Neurobiology of Aging. 47, 10-22.
Royal, I., Vuvan, D., Zendel, B.R.,
Robitaille, N., Schönwiesner, M. & Peretz, I. (2016). Activation
in the right inferior parietal lobule reflects the representation of
musical structure beyond simple pitch discrimination. PLOS-One. 11(5), e0155291.
B.R., Lagrois, M.E., Robitaille, N. & Peretz, I. (2015). Attending
to pitch information inhibits processing of pitch information: The
curious case of amusia. Journal of Neuroscience. 35(9), 3815-3824.
B.R., Tremblay, C.D., Bellville, S. & Peretz, I. (2015). The impact
of musicianship on cortical mechanisms related to separating speech
from background noise. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27(5), 1044-1059.
Alain, C. & Zendel, B.R. (2014). Use it or lose it: Hearing abilities are preserved in older musicians. Canadian Audiologist. 1(3).
Zendel, B.R. & Alain, C. (2014). Enhanced attention-dependent activity in the auditory cortex of older musicians. Neurobiology of Aging. 35(1), 55-63.
C., Zendel, B.R., Hutka, S. & Bidleman, G. (2014). Turning down the
noise: The benefit of musical training on the aging auditory brain. Hearing Research. 308, 162-173.
B.R., Willoughby, K.A., & Rovet, J.F. (2013). Neuroplastic effects
of music lessons on hippocampal structure in children with congenital
hypothyroidism. Neuroreport. 24(17), 947-950.
B.R. & Alain, C. (2013). The influence of lifelong musicianship on
neurophysiological measures of concurrent sound segregation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 25(4), 503-516.
Zendel, B.R. & Alain, C. (2012). Musicians experience less age-related decline in auditory processing. Psychology and Aging, 27(2), 410-417.
B.R., Ross, B. & Fujioka, T. (2012) Reply to commentary on "The
effects of stimulus rate and tapping rate on tapping performance". Music Perception. 29(4), 449-450.
2011 and earlier
Zendel, B.R., Ross, B. & Fujioka, T. (2011). The effects of stimulus rate and tapping rate on tapping performance. Music Perception. 29(1), 65-78.
Fujioka, T., Zendel, B.R. & Ross, B. (2010). Endogenous neuromagnetic activity for mental hierarchy of timing. Journal of Neuroscience. 30(9), 3458-3466.
Zendel, B.R. & Alain, C. (2009). Concurrent sound segregation is enhanced in musicians. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 21(8), 1488-1498.
B.R., Slawinski, E.B. & Pearson, L. (2003). How music of differing
rhythmicities and intensities affects driver performance. Canadian Acoustics. 31(3), 98-100.
Slawinski, E.B. & Zendel, B.R. (2002). Age-related changes in car driving. Canadian Acoustics. 30(3), 136-138.