We would love to hear from you if you share our interest in how music is experienced and performed in various contexts. This is a selection of the ways you can get involved:
Participate in research as volunteer
Join reading groups or lab meetings
Participate in events we organise
Study with us
Visit us as a researcher
Apply via us for doctoral or postdoctoral funding
Participate in our research: we have currently two online experiments, and a survey on green and inclusive conferencing
The best way to get involved is by e-mailing one of our staff members:
Renee Timmers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicola Dibben: email@example.com
Mark Doffman: firstname.lastname@example.org
And by keeping an eye out for public events:
Music for sleep and other purposes
Participate in a study that asks you to evaluate 14 1-minute excerpts of music. What is the effect of the music on you? How would you describe the music?
The musical excerpts are from databases that contain music to sleep with, to relax with and other purposes.
Link to participate:
Further information and details are provided at the beginning of the questionnaire.
This is part of a PhD project being carried out in the Department of Music by Mr. Rory Kirk. Contact: email@example.com.
The study has received ethics approval.