Mary C. Broughton
Mary C. Broughton
School of Music, University of Queensland
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Associations between early shared music activities in the home and later child outcomes: Findings from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children
KE Williams, MS Barrett, GF Welch, V Abad, M Broughton
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 31, 113-124, 2015
Music, movement and marimba: An investigation of the role of movement and gesture in communicating musical expression to an audience
M Broughton, C Stevens
Psychology of Music 37 (2), 137-153, 2009
Promoting wellbeing and health through active participation in music and dance: a systematic review
A Sheppard, MC Broughton
International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being 15 (1 …, 2020
A robust method of measuring other-race and other-ethnicity effects: The Cambridge Face Memory Test format
E McKone, S Stokes, J Liu, S Cohan, C Fiorentini, M Pidcock, G Yovel, ...
PLoS One 7 (10), e47956, 2012
Importance of the inverted control in measuring holistic face processing with the composite effect and part-whole effect
E McKone, AA Davies, H Darke, K Crookes, T Wickramariyaratne, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 33, 2013
Analyzing expressive qualities in movement and stillness: Effort-shape analyses of solo marimbists' bodily expression
MC Broughton, CJ Stevens
Music Perception 29 (4), 339-357, 2012
Action and familiarity effects on self and other expert musicians’ Laban effort-shape analyses of expressive bodily behaviors in instrumental music performance: a case study …
MC Broughton, JW Davidson
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1201, 2014
Bodily mediated coordination, collaboration, and communication in music performance.
JW Davidson, MC Broughton
Oxford University Press, 2016
An expressive bodily movement repertoire for marimba performance, revealed through observers' Laban effort-shape analyses, and allied musical features: Two case studies
MC Broughton, JW Davidson
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1211, 2016
How do music activities affect health and well-being? A scoping review of studies examining psychosocial mechanisms
GA Dingle, LS Sharman, Z Bauer, E Beckman, M Broughton, E Bunzli, ...
Frontiers in psychology, 3689, 2021
How different are our perceptions of equal-tempered and microtonal intervals? A behavioural and EEG survey
F Bailes, RT Dean, MC Broughton
PloS one 10 (8), e0135082, 2015
Physical movement and imagery in professional and undergraduate student solo marimba practice
M Broughton, C Stevens
The effect of social feedback and social context on subjective affective responses to music
K Koehler, MC Broughton
Musicae Scientiae 21 (4), 479-498, 2017
Continuous self-report of engagement to live solo marimba performance
M Broughton, C Stevens, E Schubert
Department of Psychology, Hokkaido University, 2008
Affective and cognitive responses to musical performances of early 20th century classical solo piano compositions: the influence of musical expertise and audio-visual perception
MC Broughton, J Dimmick, RT Dean
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 38 (3), 245-266, 2021
Continuous self-report engagement responses to the live performance of an atonal, post-serialist solo marimba work
MC Broughton, E Schubert, DG Harvey, CJ Stevens
Psychology of Music 47 (1), 109-131, 2019
Indicators of Music Performance Anxiety in Nonverbal Behaviors: A Case Report of a Classical Vocal Soloist
MC Broughton
Journal of Psychology & Psychotherapy 5 (2), 2161-0487.1000176, 2015
Music, movement and marimba: Solo marimbists' bodily gesture in the perception and production of expressive performance
M Broughton
PQDT-Global, 2008
It's not just about sound: investigating marimba performance as an auditory and visual experience
MC Broughton, CJ Stevens
Australasian Piano Pedagogy Association, 2007
Body Movement
JW Davidson, MC Broughton
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