Miriam Lense
Miriam Lense
Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
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Intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorder: A cautionary note
EM Dykens, M Lense
Autism spectrum disorders, 263-269, 2011
Rhythm and timing as vulnerabilities in neurodevelopmental disorders
MD Lense, E Ladányi, TC Rabinowitch, L Trainor, R Gordon
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1835), 20200327, 2021
Effects of music on physiological and behavioral indices of acute pain and stress in premature infants: clinical trial and literature review
MJ Tramo, M Lense, C Van Ness, J Kagan, M Doyle Settle, JH Cronin
Music and Medicine 3 (2), 72, 2011
PRESS-Play: Musical Engagement as a Motivating Platform for Social Interaction and Social Play in Young Children with ASD
M Lense, S Camarata
Music and Science 3, 2020
Neural correlates of cross-modal affective priming by music in Williams syndrome
MD Lense, RL Gordon, APF Key, EM Dykens
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (4), 529-537, 2014
A pilot study of a mindfulness intervention for individuals with Williams syndrome: Physiological outcomes
N Miodrag, MD Lense, EM Dykens
Mindfulness 4, 137-147, 2013
Mental health and music engagement: review, framework, and guidelines for future studies
DE Gustavson, PL Coleman, JR Iversen, HH Maes, RL Gordon, ...
Translational psychiatry 11 (1), 370, 2021
Longitudinal trajectories of intellectual and adaptive functioning in adolescents and adults with Williams syndrome
MH Fisher, MD Lense, EM Dykens
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 60 (10), 920-932, 2016
Pushing the envelope: Developments in neural entrainment to speech and the biological underpinnings of prosody perception
BR Myers, MD Lense, RL Gordon
Brain sciences 9 (3), 70, 2019
Musical engagement and parent-child attachment in families with young children during the Covid-19 pandemic
S Steinberg, T Liu, MD Lense
Frontiers in psychology 12, 641733, 2021
Musical learning in children and adults with Williams syndrome
M Lense, E Dykens
Journal of intellectual disability research 57 (9), 850-860, 2013
Rhythm in dyadic interactions
K De Reus, M Soma, M Anichini, M Gamba, M de Heer Kloots, M Lense, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 376 (1835), 20200337, 2021
(A) musicality in Williams syndrome: examining relationships among auditory perception, musical skill, and emotional responsiveness to music
MD Lense, CM Shivers, EM Dykens
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 525, 2013
Parents, peers, and musical play: Integrated parent-child music class program supports community participation and well-being for families of children with and without autism …
MD Lense, S Beck, C Liu, R Pfeiffer, N Diaz, M Lynch, N Goodman, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 555717, 2020
Using the Ecological Validity Model to adapt parent-involved interventions for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Latinx community: A conceptual review
K Martinez-Torres, O Boorom, TN Peredo, S Camarata, MD Lense
Research in Developmental Disabilities 116, 104012, 2021
Beat perception and sociability: Evidence from Williams syndrome
MD Lense, EM Dykens
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 196222, 2016
Music of infant-directed singing entrains infants’ social visual behavior
MD Lense, S Shultz, C Astésano, W Jones
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (45), e2116967119, 2022
Attentional disengagement in adults with Williams syndrome
MD Lense, AP Key, EM Dykens
Brain and cognition 77 (2), 201-207, 2011
Musical interests and abilities in individuals with developmental disabilities
MD Lense, EM Dykens
International review of research in developmental disabilities 41, 265-312, 2011
Parental responsiveness during musical and non-musical engagement in preschoolers with ASD
O Boorom, V Muñoz, R Xin, M Watson, MD Lense
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 78, 101641, 2020
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