Empirical and Modelling Approaches to the Psychology of Musical Awe

Landon Peck

Landon recently completed his DPhil in Music at the University of Oxford. His doctoral research project, 'Empirical and modelling approaches to the psychology of musical awe', explored the perception, cognition, and aesthetics of awe-inspiring musical experiences. He is also interested in the roles of music in identity formation and religious practices. Landon holds a BA in Religious Studies from Indiana University and a MA in Psychology of Music from the University of Sheffield.


Peck, L. S. L., & Grealey, P. H. (2020). Autobiographical significance of meaningful musical experiences: Reflections on youth and identity. Music & Science, 3, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1177/2059204320974221

Peck, L. S. L. (2020). The 13th international cofnerence of students of sysmatic musicology (SysMus20). Music & Science, 3, 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1177/2059204320974215

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