- Educational practice, musicianship and dyslexia – Dr Laurel Parsons, today! 4pm
- Discussion Review- Reading Group 3 – Rhythm in music and predictive processing
- Reading Group 3 – Rhythm in music and predictive processing
- Discussion Review- Reading Group 2- Emotion in music and predictive processing
- The Psychology of Musical Development – 30 years on, Prof. David Hargreaves (Wed 8 Mar)
- Effect of Internet-mediated music therapy intervention on reduction in generalized anxiety disorder symptoms among displaced Nigerians of the Russia–Ukraine war
- Music genre and volume do not modulate energy intake, short-term satiety, and mood states: A randomized controlled trial
- Free rider recognition—A missing link in the Baldwinian model of music evolution
- The emotional link between color and music: What happens with atonal music?
- Preference for harmony: A link between aesthetic responses to combinations of colors and musical tones.
- Review of <em>Performing music research: Methods in music education, psychology, and performance science</em>.
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Thanks for a great final reading group on predictive processing and music everyone! This week we had our usual gang of musicians and philosophers, plus a visitor from linguistics. For this session we read an experiment paper from Vuust et … Continue reading
Greetings everyone! Remember, today we are meeting in a new room, *50 George Square room 2.30 at 1pm* This week we are covering rhythm and predictive coding, and reviewing some empirical evidence that suggests that PC really is what the … Continue reading
Thanks to all who came along for our second EMPRes session of 2017! It’s always nice to see more faces the second time around, that means we must be doing something right 😉 This week we heard insight from musicians, … Continue reading
Greetings everyone! The second reading group meets us with an overview of emotion and predictive processing in music. The stage is set with a general introduction to the ITPRA theory of expectation, and the evolutionary adaptation of expectation and emotion … Continue reading
Thanks to all who participated, the first EMPRes session brought about discussion from musicians, psychologists, and philosophers regarding prediction, expectation, and anticipation in music. We read Rohrmeier & Koelsch’s (2012) review of predictive information processing in music cognition and Michael and … Continue reading
Thanks to both Nikki and Lauren for the warm welcome and for helping set up these sessions! The first EMPRes session of 2017 provided an introduction to predictive processing in music perception and cognition. We began with Rohrmeier & Koelsch’s (2012) … Continue reading