Monthly Archives: January 2018

‘Dynamite in my ears’ – The Exceptional Musicality of some Individuals with Autism

Can people who struggle with speech be exceptional musicians? What does this have to do with autism? Professor Adam Ockelford, Director of the Applied Music Research Centre at the Roehampton University in London provided explanations to these questions in his … Continue reading

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Music Psychology Research in the Field

(Photos: https://www.minutemanbristol.com/products/literature/music-score-printing/; https://www.pinterest.com.au/pin/499266308682233482/; https://mymodernmet.com/surreal-world-25-photos/) “Music is something we all do, and we can all speak about it” Dr Alexandra Lamont’s powerful statement above was the spine of her presentation. Since the emergence of the discipline of music psychology in the … Continue reading

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