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YMPG Colloquium

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 hauke.egermann@york.ac.uk

 



Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, our regular Colloquium will be running online, Tuesdays at 14:00GMT. If you are interested in joining us online then please contact hauke.egermann@york.ac.uk.

Date Presenter Title/Topic
12-Jan-21 Hauke Egermann Welcome, Term plan, Research updates
19-Jan-21 Hannah Gibbs PhD Project: Investigating the impact of gamelan participation on wellbeing: Plans for collaborative research with Good Vibrations
26-Jan-21 Mimi O'Neill PhD Project: Intra-audience effects at live and online concerts
02-Feb-21 Serena Paese PhD Project: Meditation and Music Performance Anxiety
09-Feb-21 Noah Henry PhD Project: Predicting what music may be compatible with listening aims in specific listening scenarios or contexts
16-Feb-21 No Meeting  
23-Feb-21 Firat Altun PhD Project: The Effect of Temperament Systems on Emotion Induction and Recognition Performance
02-Mar-21 Emily Brighty Literature session
09-Mar-21 Dana Swarbrick Researching live and streamed concert audiences
16-Mar-21 Manglian Zhang PhD Presentation