7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
25th January, 2013
Auditory imagery is more than just mental “replaying” of tunes in one’s head. Professor Andrea Halpern, Professor of Psychology at Bucknell University, USA, will review studies that capture characteristics of complex and active imagery tasks, using both behavioural and neuroscience approaches. These studies speak to the ways in which musical imagery allows us not just to remember music, but also how we use those memories to judge temporally changing aspects of the musical experience.
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