Williamson, V. J. & Bonshor, M. J. (2018 in prep). Wellbeing in brass bands: a new view on the benefits and challenges of group music making.
Trahan, T., Durrant, S., Mullensiefen, D & Williamson V.J. (2018 – in review) The music that helps people to sleep and the reasons why they believe it works: A mixed methods analysis of online survey reports. PLOS One.
Alessandri, E., Baldassarre, A., & Williamson, V.J (2018 – in review) The Critic’s Voice: On the Role and Function of Music Criticism. Journalism: Theory, Practice, and Criticism
Emerson, K., Williamson, V.J., & Wilkinson, R (2018) Once more, with feeling. How conductors give feedback in choir rehearsals. Musicae Scientae
Floridou, G., Williamson, V.J., & Emerson, L.M. (2018) Towards a new methodological approach: Testing a novel paradigm for covertly inducing and sampling different forms of spontaneous cognition. Consciousness and Cognition
Floridou, G. A., Williamson, V. J., & Stewart, L. (2017). A novel indirect method for capturing involuntary musical imagery under varying cognitive load. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70(11), 2189-2199.
Halpern, A., Talarico, J. M., Gouda, N., & Williamson, V. (2017). Are Musical Autobiographical Memories Special? It Ain’t Necessarily So. Music Perception.
Korte, M., Cerci, D., & Williamson, V. J. (2017). ‘Playing on autopilot’. New insights on emotion regulation in music students. In 25th Anniversary Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music: Book of Abstracts (pp. 17-18). ESCOM.
Alessandri, E., Williamson, V. J., Eiholzer, H., & Williamon, A. (2016). A Critical Ear: Analysis of Value Judgments in Reviews of Beethoven’s Piano Sonata Recordings. Frontiers in psychology, 7, 391.
Alessandri, E., Williamson, V. J., Eiholzer, H., & Williamon, A. (2015). Beethoven recordings reviewed: a systematic method for mapping the content of music performance criticism. Frontiers in psychology, 6, 57.
Chen, J. L., Kumar, S., Williamson, V. J., Scholz, J., Griffiths, T. D., & Stewart, L. (2015). Detection of the arcuate fasciculus in congenital amusia depends on the tractography algorithm. Frontiers in psychology, 6, 9.
Schaal, N. K., Williamson, V. J., Kelly, M., Muggleton, N. G., Pollok, B., Krause, V., & Banissy, M. J. (2015). A causal involvement of the left supramarginal gyrus during the retention of musical pitches. Cortex, 64, 310-317.
Weir, G., Williamson, V. J., & Müllensiefen, D. (2015). Increased involuntary musical mental activity is not associated with more accurate voluntary musical imagery. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain, 25(1), 48.