Publications
 

Music and mood regulation during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic

Sachs, M.E,  Hennessey, S., Kaplan, J., Habibi, A. (2021). PlosOne.

Clarifying the link between music and social bonding by measuring prosociality

Sachs, M.E, FeldmanHall, O., Tamir, D.I.  (2021). Behavior and Brain Sciences.

Unique personality profiles predict when and why sad music is enjoyed

Sachs, M. E., Damasio, A., Habibi, A. (2020). Psychology of music. 

Sachs, M. E., Habibi A., Damasio, A., Kaplan J.T. (2020). Neuroimage.

Newman, D. B., Sachs, M. E., Stone, A. A., & Schwarz, N. (2020). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 18(2), 325-347.

Sachs, M. E., Kaplan, J.T., & Habibi, A., (2019). Cognition and Emotion. 1-16

Sachs, M. E., Damasio, A., Habibi, A., & Kaplan, J.T., (2018). NeuroImage. 174, 1-10

Music training and child development: A review of recent findings from a longitudinal study

Habibi, A. Damasio, A., Ilari, B., Sachs, M. E., Damasio, H., Damasio, A. (2018). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Longitudinal associations between family aggression, externalizing behavior, and the structure and function of the amygdala.

Saxbe, D.E., Lyden, H., Gimbel, S.I., Sachs, M.E., Del Piero, L.B., Margolin, G., & Kaplan, J.T. (2018). Journal of Research on Adolescence

Increased engagement of the cognitive control network associated with music training in children during an fMRI Stroop task.

Sachs, M. E., Kaplan, J.T., Der Sarkissian, A., Habibi, A. Plos One. (2017). PLoS ONE12(10): e018725

Sachs, M.E., Ellis, R.J., Schlaug G., Loui, P. (2016). Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 1(6), 884-891.

Lyden, H., Gimbel, S. I., Larissa Del Piero, A., Sachs, M. E., Kaplan, J. T., Margolin, G., & Saxbe, D. (2016). Frontiers in neuroscience, 10.

Sachs, M. E., Damasio, A., & Habibi, A. (2015). Frontiers in human neuroscience, 9.

Loui, P., Patterson, S., Sachs, M. E., Leung, Y., Zeng, T., & Przysinda, E. (2017). Frontiers in Psychology, 8. 

Sachs, M., Habibi, A., & Damasio, H. (2018). Progress in brain research. 237, 153-172