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    BrainCanDo Symposium: What Do We Remember, When We Remember Music?

    March 4 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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    On Monday 4 March 2019, as part of our BrainCanDo symposium series, we are delighted to be joined by Professor Adam Ockelford and Daniel Mullensiefen who will be giving a talk on “What Do We Remember, When We Remember Music?”.


    Professor Adam Ockleford has had a lifelong fascination for music, as a composer, performer, teacher and researcher. His research interests are in music psychology, education, theory and aesthetics – particularly special educational needs and the development of exceptional abilities; learning, memory and creativity; the cognition of musical structure and the construction of musical meaning.


    Dr Daniel Mullensiefen is a music psychologist and member of the Music, Mind and Brain research group at Goldsmiths whose research interests include musicality and individual differences in musical abilities, the psychometrics of music, memory for music and melodies, involuntary musical imagery (i.e. ‘earworms’), the perception of musical similarity, statistical models of cognition, music in advertising, corpus-based musicology, cognitive biases in musical judgement and cognitive issues related to music copyright. 


    If you would like to attend this symposium, please complete this form to register your place.


    March 4
    7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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    Taylor Hall
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