- 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>.
Category Archives: Autumn 2013
IMHSD PhD student, George Low, led this session on the topic of music, disability, and identity. George’s research questions ask: Why are there so few disabled musicians? How does a physical impairment impact on musical identity? How does disability affect … Continue reading
No reading group meeting for the two November dates, with group members off to conferences in Hull and Oxford, and everyone in the throes of mid-semester madness…
This week’s topic was led by Alec Cooper (PhD student, Music), in preparation for his presentation at the SEMPRE conference on Music and Empathy, 9 November 2014, University of Hull (conference programme here). The reading and materials were based on … Continue reading
Prof. Justin London (Carleton College, Minnesota / Research Associate, Centre for Music and Science, University of Cambridge) led the discussion, with reading based on his latest research on cross-cultural perspectives on microtiming. The group read two short papers by Justin … Continue reading
At the reading group session on Thu 26 Sep, we discussed a topic that’s recently received a lot of discussion in psychological scholarship and research – the issue of replication (of studies, methods, results). Reading: the introductory chapter of this … Continue reading
Looking forward to the new season of EMPRes reading group meetings! Thu 26 Sep: Replicability in music psychology research Thu 10 Oct: Microtiming in African Rhythm – guest discussant, Prof. Justin London (Carleton College, Minnesota / Research Associate, Centre for … Continue reading