York Music Psychology Group

Research to explain and understand musical behaviour and experience.

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


Dates Time Day Date Room Presenter/Organizer Content
Term 1 Week 1
Week 2 Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 05.10.17 D008 Hauke Egermann ABC_DJ
Week 3 Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 12.10.17 D008 Diana Kayser Facing a New Era in Studying Music-Induced Emotions – How Letting Go of the Status Quo May Help Seeing the Seemingly Invisible.
Week 4 Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 19.10.17 D008 Heather Hague  Music and emotional response: Music Psychology and Aesthetics
Week 5 Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 26.10.17 D008 Charlotte Yandell  Music, Language and Behaviour: The Crucial Effect of Nursery Rhymes on Early Child Development
Week 6
Week 7 Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 9.11.17 D002 Mimi O’Neill Publication Workshop: An Investigation Into The Effect Of Induced Empathy On Subjective Response To Music.
Week 8 Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 16.11.17 D002 Firat Altun  Pilot Study: The Effect of Temperament Systems on Emotion Induction and Learning
Week 9 Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 23.11.17 C011 Danhe Zheng  Music Function of Mood Regulation — a research on adolescents’ mood regulation
Week 10 Thursday 10.15 – 11.45 30.11.17 D002 Sinead White  Shared Affective Motion Experience: Gestures and Emotions in Musical Interaction