The York Music Psychology Group meet on a weekly basis in term time in the Music Department at The University of York. These sessions are open to all and include journal club discussions of recently published research, talks given by external, guest speakers from the field and presentations of current research being proposed and conducted by members. A timetable for these events can be found below or for further information on any of the sessions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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|*09.10.19||16:00||2||How do people listen to music in the digital age? Explaining the Audio Repertoires of the German normal population and their change during the advent of music streaming services||Dr Steffen Lepa (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)|
|*11.10.19||16:30||2||The Role of Singing Accuracy and Imagery Self-Report in Auditory Imagery Tasks||Prof Andrea R. Halpern, Bucknell University|
|15.10.19||14:00||3||TBC||Dr. Hauke Egermann|
|*16.10.19||16:00||3||The brain that learns to sing and is changed by it||Dr Boris Alexander Kleber, Aarhus University (Denmark)|
|22.10.19||14:00||4||Testing the influence of intra-audience interaction on emotional responses to a live classical concert||Mimi O'Neill|
|29.10.19||14:00||5||Music, Temperament, and Emotion Induction||Firat Altun|
|**07.11.19||10:00 - 17:00||6||Northern Network of Empirical Musicology meeting in Leeds|
|12.11.19||14:00||7||How music affects dream content||Charlotte Durham|
|26.11.19||14:00||9||Music Science and Technology Research Centre forum|
* This is part of the music department research seminar series.
** This is an external event.