Massimo Lumaca
Massimo Lumaca
Associate Professor at Aarhus University
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Cultural transmission and evolution of melodic structures in multi-generational signaling games
M Lumaca, G Baggio
Artificial Life 23 (3), 406-423, 2017
Extinction partially reverts structural changes associated with remote fear memory
G Vetere, L Restivo, G Novembre, M Aceti, M Lumaca, ...
Learning & memory 18 (9), 554-557, 2011
Weighting of neural prediction error by rhythmic complexity: A predictive coding account using mismatch negativity
M Lumaca, N Trusbak Haumann, E Brattico, M Grube, P Vuust
European Journal of Neuroscience 49 (12), 1597-1609, 2019
Brain potentials predict learning, transmission and modification of an artificial symbolic system
M Lumaca, G Baggio
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (12), 1970-1979, 2016
Extracting human cortical responses to sound onsets and acoustic feature changes in real music, and their relation to event rate
NT Haumann, M Lumaca, M Kliuchko, JL Santacruz, P Vuust, E Brattico
Brain Research 1754, 147248, 2021
Perceptual learning of tone patterns changes the effective connectivity between Heschl's gyrus and planum temporale
M Lumaca, MJ Dietz, NC Hansen, DR Quiroga‐Martinez, P Vuust
Human Brain Mapping 42 (4), 941-952, 2021
Functional connectivity in human auditory networks and the origins of variation in the transmission of musical systems
M Lumaca, B Kleber, E Brattico, P Vuust, G Baggio
elife 8, e48710, 2019
Music evolution in the laboratory: cultural transmission meets neurophysiology
M Lumaca, A Ravignani, G Baggio
Frontiers in Neuroscience 12, 246, 2018
Why do durations in musical rhythms conform to small integer ratios?
A Ravignani, B Thompson, M Lumaca, M Grube
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 12, 86, 2018
From random to regular: Neural constraints on the emergence of isochronous rhythm during cultural transmission
M Lumaca, NT Haumann, P Vuust, E Brattico, G Baggio
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 13 (8), 877-888, 2018
Dissociated brain functional connectivity of fast versus slow frequencies underlying individual differences in fluid intelligence: a DTI and MEG study
SEP Bruzzone, M Lumaca, E Brattico, P Vuust, ML Kringelbach, L Bonetti
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 4746, 2022
White matter variability in auditory callosal pathways contributes to variation in the cultural transmission of auditory symbolic systems
M Lumaca, G Baggio, P Vuust
Brain Structure and Function 226 (6), 1943-1959, 2021
Signaling games and the evolution of structure in language and music: a reply to Ravignani and Verhoef (2018)
M Lumaca, G Baggio
Artificial Life 24 (02), 154-156, 2018
Network analysis of human brain connectivity reveals neural fingerprints of a compositionality bias in signaling systems
M Lumaca, P Vuust, G Baggio
Cerebral Cortex 32 (8), 1704-1720, 2022
Signaling games and music as a credible signal
M Lumaca, E Brattico, G Baggio
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 44, 2021
High-fidelity transmission of auditory symbolic material is associated with reduced right–left neuroanatomical asymmetry between primary auditory regions
M Lumaca, L Bonetti, E Brattico, G Baggio, A Ravignani, P Vuust
Cerebral Cortex. Advance online publication, 2023
Interhemispheric brain communication and the evolution of turn-taking in mammals
A Ravignani, M Lumaca, SA Kotz
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 665, 2022
On the brain networks organization of individuals with high versus average fluid intelligence: a combined DTI and MEG study
SEP Bruzzone, M Lumaca, E Brattico, P Vuust, ML Kringelbach, L Bonetti
bioRxiv, 2021.10. 14.464389, 2021
Il Cervello Predittivo
M Maccarone, M Lumaca
Mind, Le Scienze, 2021
Music adapting to the brain: From diffusion chains to neurophysiology
M Lumaca
SISSA, 2017
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