Publications
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JOURNAL ARTICLES

Woolhouse, M. H., Tidhar, D. & Cross, I. (2016). Effects on inter-personal memory of dancing in time with others. Frontiers in Psychology. 7/167: 1-8.

Woolhouse, M. H., Cross, I. & Horton, T. (2016). Perception of nonadjacent tonic-key relationships. Psychology of Music. 44/4: 802–815.

Woolhouse, M. H. Zaranek, A. (2016). Intuitive navigation in computer applications for people with Parkinson’s. Journal of Biomusical Engineering. 4/1: 115-123.

Woolhouse, M. H., Williams, S., Zheng, S. & General, A. (2015). Creating technology-based dance activities for people with Parkinson’s. International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society. 5/4: 107-121.

Woolhouse, M. H. (2015). Probability and style in the chorales of J. S. Bach. Empirical Musicology Review. 10/3: 207-214.

Woolhouse, M. H., & Renwick, J. (2015). Generalizing case-based analyses in the study of global music consumption. Digital Studies/Le champ numérique. 5/1: 1-11.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Lai, R. (2014). Traces across the body: Influence of music-dance synchrony on the observation of dance. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8:965. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00965.

Woolhouse, M. H., Renwick, J. & Tidhar, D. (2014). Every track you take: Analysing the dynamics of song and genre reception through music downloading. Digital Studies/Le champ numérique, 4.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Bansal, J. (2013). Work, rest and (press) play: Music consumption as an indicator of human economic development. Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies. 7/1&2: 45-71.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Cross, I. (2011). A Response to Ian Quinn. Music Theory Spectrum, 33/1: 99-105.

Woolhouse, M. H. (2010). Modes on the move: Interval cycles and the emergence of major-minor tonality. Empirical Musicology Review, 5/3: 62-83.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Cross, I. (2010). Tonal implications of dyadic harmony. In J. Sloboda (Ed.), ‘Understanding Musical Structure and Form: Papers in Honour of Irene Deliege.’ Musicae Scientiae, 14 no. 2 suppl 49-70. doi: 10.1177/10298649100140S205

Woolhouse, M. H. & Cross, I. (2010). Using interval cycles to model Krumhansl’s tonal hierarchies. Music Theory Spectrum, 32/1: 60-78.

Woolhouse, M. H. (2009). Modelling tonal attraction between adjacent musical elements. Journal of New Music Research, 38/4: 357-379.

Cross, I., Gill, S., Knight, S., Nash, C., Rabinowitch, T., Slobodian, L., Spiro, N., Woodruff, G. & Woolhouse, M. H. (2008). Commentary on “The Perception and Cognition of Time in Balinese Music” by Andrew Clay McGraw. Empirical Musicology Review, 3/2: 55-58.

PROCEEDINGS OF MEETINGS

Bansal, J. & Woolhouse, M. H. (2015). Predictive Power of Personality on Music-Genre Exclusivity. Proceedings of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, 652-58. Málaga, Spain.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Tidhar, D. (2013). Songs from Overseas: Music Downloading as a Marker of Migration. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Information Science, 1-4. Victoria, Canada.

Woolhouse, M. H. (2012). Wagner in the round: Using interval cycles to model chromatic harmony. Proceedings of the 12th ICMPC – ESCOM Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, 1142-1145. Thessaloniki, Greece.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Tidhar, D. (2012). Querying 1.8 million music downloads from 13 countries. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Information Science, 1-4. Waterloo, Canada.

Hadley, L., Tidhar, D. & Woolhouse, M. H. (2012). Effects of observed music-gesture synchronicity on gaze and memory. Proceedings of the 12th ICMPC—ESCOM Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, 384-388. Thessaloniki, Greece.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Tidhar, D. (2010). Group dancing leads to increased person perception. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, 605-608. Seattle, USA.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Rohrmeier, M. (2008). Is there a relationship between pitch attraction and generative grammar in Western tonal music? Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition,628-637. Sapporo, Japan.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Cross, I. (2008). Using Kolmogorov-Smirnov to determine the effect of interval cycles on the formation of Krumhansl & Kessler's (1982) tonal hierarchy. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, 438-444, Sapporo, Japan.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Cross, I. (2006). An interval cycle-based model of pitch attraction. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, 763-771, Bologna, Italy.

Woolhouse, M. H., Cross, I. & Horton, T. (2006). The perception of non-adjacent harmonic relations. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, 1236-1244, Bologna, Italy.

Woolhouse, M. H. & Cross, I. (2004) The role of interval periodicity in hierarchical pitch perception. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, 486-492, Evanston, Ill., USA.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS

Barone, M., Dacosta, K., Vigliensoni, G., & Woolhouse, M. H. GRAIL: A music metadata identity API. Extended abstract and poster presented at International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference. New York, USA, August 2016.

Barone, M. & Woolhouse, M. H. Psychological research applications using GRAIL. Poster presented at Lake Ontario Visionary Establishment Conference, Niagara, Canada, February 2016.

Cox, M., Zaranek, A., & Woolhouse, M. H. Interactive dance application for people with Parkinson’s: Version 2. Poster presented at NeuroMusic Conference, McMaster University, Canada, November 2015.

Barone, M., Dacosta, K., Vigliensoni, G., & Woolhouse, M. H. GRAIL: A music identity space collection and API. Extended abstract and poster presented at International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference. Málaga, Spain, October 2015.

Renwick, J., Renwick, C. & Woolhouse, M. H. What’s my age again? Date-of-birth estimation using musical memories. Poster presented at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, September 2015.

Fang, Y., Barone, M., Woolhouse, M. H. & Zheng, R. Sentiment analysis of Mandarin pop lyrics using multi-emotion profiles. Poster presented at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, September 2015.

Dacosta, K., Barone, M. & Woolhouse, M. H. Music recommendation using multi-attribute categorical production metadata. Poster presented at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, September 2015.

Barone, M., Dacosta, K., Renwick, J. & Woolhouse, M. H. GRAIL: A scalable music metadata collection interface. Oral presentation at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, September 2015.

Barone, M., Rawlins, R., Vandenberg, T. & Woolhouse, M. H. Digital music consumption with respect to socio-cultural development. Oral presentation at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, September 2015.

Bansal, J., Renwick, J. & Woolhouse, M. H. Expression of acoustic features across multiple genres within individual download collections. Oral presentation at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, September 2015.

Renwick, C., Renwick, J. & Woolhouse, M. H. Genre transition probabilities using Markov chain matrices. Poster presented at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, September 2015.

Rosati, D. P., Woolhouse, M. H., Bolker B. M. & Earn, D. J. D. Song popularity as a contagious process in Great Britain. Poster presented at 13th annual Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease conferenceClassical Centre, Athens, Georgia, USA, May 2015.

Bansal, J., Renwick, J., Rogers, N. & Woolhouse, M. H. One mind, many musics? Exploring genre exclusivity with respect to people’s music collections. Poster presented at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, October 2014.

Rosati, D. P., Woolhouse, M. H. & Earn, D. J. D. Song popularity as a contagious process. Poster presented at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, October 2014.

Barone, M. D., Rogers, N., Renwick, J., Hahn, M., Woolhouse, M. H. Stadium Love: The Role of Music in the Exportation and Expression of Culture During Massive Global Sporting Events. Poster presented at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, October 2014.

McLaren, L., Belanger, C. & Woolhouse, M. H. The Ghost of Music Past: Reminiscence Bumps and Musical Recollections. Poster presented at Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research Seminar (CogMIR). Ryerson University, Canada, October 2014.

Williams, S., Zheng, S., General, A. & Woolhouse, M. H. Developing Interactive Dance Technology for People with Parkinson’s. Poster presented at NeuroMusic Conference, McMaster University, Canada, September 2014.

Taylor, L., Ponmanadiyil, R., & Woolhouse, M. H. Dance Database for Empirical Research. Poster presented at NeuroMusic Conference, McMaster University, Canada, September 2014.

Lai, R. & Woolhouse, M. H. (2014). The Dynamics of Eye Fixations in the Observation of Dance. Poster presented at NeuroMusic Conference, McMaster University, Canada, September 2014.

Bansal, J., Renwick, J., Rogers, N. & Woolhouse, M. H. (2014). Exploring The Exclusivity Of Music Genre Preference. Poster presented at NeuroMusic Conference, McMaster University, Canada, September 2014.

Lai, R. & Woolhouse, M. H. Factors responsible for the mesmeric observation of dance. Poster presented at Lake Ontario Visionary Establishment Conference, Niagara, Canada, February 2014.

Williams, S., General, A., Ly, K. & Woolhouse, M. H. Studying the Influence of Music on Motor Coordination Within the Context of a Dance Game. Poster presented at Society for Music Perception and Cognition Conference, Ryerson University, Canada, August 2013.

Lai, R., Woolhouse, M. H. & Kuperman, V. The Influence of Music-Dance Synchrony on Eye Fixations and Dwell Times. Oral presentation at Society for Music Perception and Cognition Conference. Toronto, Canada, August 2013.

Bansal, J., Renwick, J. & Woolhouse, M. H. Exploring the relationship between music consumption and global social-economic development. Poster presented at Canadian Society for Digital Humanities Conference, University of Victoria, Canada, June 2013.

Lai, R., Woolhouse, M. H. & Kuperman, V. Investigating music-dance synchrony using eye tracking. Poster presented at NeuroMusic Conference, McMaster University, Canada, September 2012.