Published Work


Fotidzis, T. S., Moon, H., Steele, J. R., & Magne, C. L. (2018). Cross-Modal Priming Effect of Rhythm on Visual Word Recognition and Its Relationships to Music Aptitude and Reading Achievement. Brain sciences, 8(12), 210. doi:10.3390/brainsci8120210


Gordon, R. L., & Magne, C. L. (2017). Music and the Brain: Music and Cognitive Abilities. In: Richard Ashley and Renee Timmers (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Music Cognition (pp. 49-62). New York: Routledge.


Jantzen, M. G., Large, E. W., & Magne, C. (2016). Editorial: Overlap of Neural Systems for Processing Language and Music. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00876

Magne, C., Jordan, D., Gordon, R. L. (2016) Speech Rhythm Sensitivity and Musical aptitude: ERPs and Individual Differences. Brain and Language, 153-154, 13-19.


Moon, H., & Magne, C. (2015). Noun/Verb Distinction in English Stress Homographs: An ERP Study. NeuroReport, 26, 753-757.


Hubbard, T. M., Magne. C., Langston, W. (2014). Spatial configuration of vertically related word pairs modulates the N400 component. Neuroreport, 25, 1424-1428.

Magne, C., Besson, M., Robert, S. (2014). Influence of Semantic Context on Verb Argument Structure processing: Electrophysiological and Behavioral Evidence. Language and Cognition, 6, 181-216.


Magne, C., & Brock, M. (2012). Reading acquisition and phonological awareness: Beyond the segmental level. American Journal of Neuroscience, 3, 10-16.


Gordon, R., Magne, C., & Large, E. (2011). EEG Correlates of Song Prosody: A new look at the relationship between linguistic and musical rhythm. Frontiers in Psychology, 2, 352. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00352

Marie, C., Magne, C., & Besson, M. (2011). Musicians and the Metric Structure of Words. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23, 294–305.


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