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Psychology of musiclocked

  • Diana Deutsch,
  • Alf Gabrielsson,
  • John Sloboda,
  • Ian Cross,
  • Carolyn Drake,
  • Richard Parncutt,
  • Stephen McAdams,
  • Eric F. Clarke,
  • Sandra E. Trehub,
  • Susan O’Neill,
  • David Hargreaves,
  • Anthony Kemp,
  • Adrian North
  •  and Robert J. Zatorre


Psychology of music is the discipline that studies individual human musical thought and behaviour from a scientific perspective. Activities that have been studied using the tools of psychology include sensation and perception, listening, performing, creating, memorizing, analysing, learning and teaching. These activities have been studied across the lifespan of individuals, from birth to old age, and in a variety of social contexts, from domestic, through educational, to therapeutic and professional....

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