Program

*This is an indicative program and is subject to change. Please check back at this page for any program updates. 

The final program, including abstracts, will be available on 24 November, and will be posted on the conference website.‚Äč

Venue: School of Music (level 4, Zelman Cowen Building (51), The University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus.

8:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Registration desk open

The registration desk will be open for delegates to collect their name badge. 

School of Music (level 4, Zelman Cowen Building (51), The University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus

9:00 AM to 9:30 AM

Opening & Welcome/Acknowledgement of Country

Steele Building (3) Room 206 

9:30 AM to 10:30 AM

AMPS2017 incorporating ICME5 Plenary

A Very Short History of Fear
Michael Spitzer 

Steele Building (3) Room 206 

10:30 AM to 11:00 AM

Coffee break

11:00 AM to 12:20 PM

Panel discussion led by Margaret Barrett

Translational Research in Creative Practice

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

12:20 PM to 2:00 PM

Lunch

Morning and afternoon tea, tea and coffee are provided. 

Lunch is not provided, but 90 mins is scheduled for the lunch break. A range of dining options catering to different budgets and dietary restrictions are available on UQ St Lucia campus, for example: Lakeside Café, Wordsmith’s Café, Burger Urge (approx. $10-$20 for a meal), and Union Court (sushi, Mexican, sandwiches) (approx.. $10-$15 for a meal).

If staying in the Brisbane CBD, there are cafés and restaurants catering to a range of budgets and dietary restrictions, and more options a short walk over the river to Queensland Cultural Centre Precint, Southbank.

2:00 PM to 3:20 PM

Concurrent session: Joint Action & Empathy

Self-other integration and segregation is modulated by the congruency of shared goals in musical ensemble performance
Peter Keller, Jennifer Macritchie & Giacomo Novembre

Drumming up harmony: How rhythmic synchronisation fosters pro-social behaviour
James Richmond, Neil McLachlan & Sarah Wilson

Social bonding happens in time: Interpersonal synchronisation in the silent disco
Joshua Bamford, Birgitta Burger & Petri Toiviainen

An investigation of empathy among fans and non-fans of violent music
Aimy Slade, William Forde Thompson & Kirk N. Olsen

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

2:00 PM to 3:20 PM

Concurrent session: Music Education & Pedagogy

“It’s just a song: it’s meant to be fun!” Overcoming the fear of singing through socio-altruistic music-making
Susan West

How I wonder what you are. An interpretive phenomenological analysis of seven-year-old children’s emotional engagement in learning the cello
Stephanie MacArthur, Jane Davidson & Amanda Krause

Orthodoxy, Fear and Music in Education: a transdisciplinary historical exploration
Georgia Pike

Cross-cultural teaching, learning and performance strategies
Susan Moore

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Room 460

3:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Coffee break

4:00 PM to 5:40 PM

Concurrent session: Musicology & History

Emotion, Reception and Paradox in the Musica Nova (1559) Motets by Adrian Willaert
Denis Collins

Is the BRECVEMA model useful for historians?
Frederic Kiernan

Examining modern-day audience's emotional responses to historical works
Jane Davidson & Amanda Krause

"Equally in Wickedness They Strive”: Interval Choice and Use of Melismas as a Means of Conveying Emotion in Two-Part Conductus
Rebekah Woodward

Theories of Affect and Musical Listening in the Late Middle Ages
Jason Stoessel

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Room 458

4:00 PM to 5:20 PM

Concurrent session: Memory

More than words: Investigating the involvement of phonological working memory in earworms for instrumental music
Callula Killingly, Philippe Lacherez and Renata Meuter

Blurring the lines on copyright decision-making: Do familiarity and liking for a song predict judgements of musical similarity?
Miriam Rainsford, James Sauer & Matthew Palmer

The Effect of Memory in Inducing Pleasant Emotions of Musical and Pictorial Stimuli
Johanna Maksimainen, Jan Wikgren, Tuomas Eerola & Suvi Saarikallio

Goodness-of-fit and stability ratings in uniformly, randomly distributed pitch sequences
Gareth Hearne, Andrew Milne & Roger Dean

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Room 460

6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

The Viney-Grinberg Piano Duo

The internationally recognised Viney-Grinberg Piano Duo is one of the Ensembles-in-Residence at The University of Queensland. The Duo will perform for conference delegates and guests on 7 December 2017 at 6pm in the Nickson Room at the School of Music.

Cost: The concert is free to conference delegates.

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

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7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Cocktail Reception

Location: The University of Queensland
Cost: $30 per person
Includes: Selection of canapés and two drinks.

You may register your attendance at the Cocktail Reception via the registration form. Please note on your registration if you have any dietary requirements for this function. 

Global Change Institute (Building 20) Atrium

9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Registration desk open

The registration desk will be open for delegates to collect their name badge. 

School of Music (level 4, Zelman Cowen Building (51), The University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus

9:30 AM to 10:50 AM

Concurrent session: Music Participation, Education & Careers

Music Participation and Social and Emotional Development of Young People in the Northern Territory of Australia
Brooke Barnett

Investigating the Role of Australian Orchestral Musicians in the Artistic Decision-Making Processes: Two Case Studies
Sarah Lewis & Mary Broughton

Higher music education quality and effectiveness: Affected gender expectations
Dominic Harvey

Continuation and cessation of music participation
Amanda Krause, Jane Davidson & Adrian North

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

9:30 AM to 10:50 AM

Concurrent session: Music & Healthcare

Music for Mood Regulation in People with Dementia
Sandra Garrido, Catherine Stevens, Esther Chang & Janette Perz

Creative arts in healthcare: Staff perceptions of benefits and barriers
Stella Dion, Alison Short & Jennifer Macritchie

The auditory environment: Indoor noise, satisfaction, and lifestyle choices
Alison Short

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Room 460

11:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Coffee break

11:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Panel Discussion led by Emery Schubert

What we don’t know about emotion in music

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

12:30 PM to 2:00 PM

Lunch

Morning and afternoon tea, tea and coffee are provided. 

Lunch is not provided, but 90 mins is scheduled for the lunch break. A range of dining options catering to different budgets and dietary restrictions are available on UQ St Lucia campus, for example: Lakeside Café, Wordsmith’s Café, Burger Urge (approx. $10-$20 for a meal), and Union Court (sushi, Mexican, sandwiches) (approx.. $10-$15 for a meal).

If staying in the Brisbane CBD, there are cafés and restaurants catering to a range of budgets and dietary restrictions, and more options a short walk over the river to Queensland Cultural Centre Precint, Southbank.

2:00 PM to 3:20 PM

Poster session

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Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

3:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Coffee break

4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Concurrent session: Music, Imagery & Special Abilities

The Role of Visual Imagery in the Musical Elicitation of Emotions
Robina Anne Day & William Forde Thompson

Rhythm Imagery and Short-Term Motor Training
Rebecca W. Gelding, William F. Thompson & Blake W. Johnson

Synaesthesia, Absolute Pitch, and Musical Development
Solange Glasser

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Concurrent session: Music Therapy

Moving to the Music: a pilot physiotherapy/music therapy exercise group
Tanya Silveira & Hilary Cox

Rehabilitating the self through song: Evaluating an inpatient therapeutic songwriting program for participants with acquired neurological injury
Chantal Roddy, Nikki Rickard, Jeanette Tamplin, Young-Eun Lee and Felicity Baker

Let’s Improvise! A case study on upper limb stroke rehabilitation
Tanya Silveira

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Room 460

9:00 AM to 5:20 PM

Registration desk

The registration desk will be open for delegates to collect their name badge. 

School of Music (level 4, Zelman Cowen Building (51), The University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus

9:30 AM to 10:50 AM

Concurrent session: Music Engagement & Wellbeing

Exploring the Impact of Using Instrumental Music or Nature Sounds in a Structured Mindfulness Programme on Psychological Wellbeing in Healthy Adults
Leong-Min Loo, Jon Prince & Helen Correia

Exploring the impact of music participation and learning in a social context on older adults’ subjective wellbeing
Mary Broughton, Adam Stapleton & Emily Lane

Comparing short-term benefits of singing, listening, and no-music group activities on socio-emotional wellbeing in older Australians
Susan Maury & Nikki Rickard

Musical Engagement and Emotion Regulation in Undergraduate Students
Elizabeth Kinghorn

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

9:30 AM to 10:50 AM

Concurrent session: Music Preference & Everyday Life

Music at the gym: Insights from a streaming jukebox system
Amanda Krause, Stuart Watters, Sean Martin & Mark Brownlee

In music listening research, what is musical engagement?
William Scott & Amanda Krause

Beyond complexity and familiarity: An alternative collative variable for music preference
Anthony Chmiel

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Room 460

11:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Coffee break

11:30 AM to 12:30 PM

AMPS2017 incorporating ICME5 Plenary

Intense emotional experiences with music; beyond everyday feelings
Nikki Rickard

Steele Building (3) Room 206 

12:30 PM to 2:00 PM

Lunch

Morning and afternoon tea, tea and coffee are provided. 

Lunch is not provided, but 90 mins is scheduled for the lunch break. A range of dining options catering to different budgets and dietary restrictions are available on UQ St Lucia campus, for example: Lakeside Café, Wordsmith’s Café, Burger Urge (approx. $10-$20 for a meal), and Union Court (sushi, Mexican, sandwiches) (approx.. $10-$15 for a meal).

If staying in the Brisbane CBD, there are cafés and restaurants catering to a range of budgets and dietary restrictions, and more options a short walk over the river to Queensland Cultural Centre Precint, Southbank.

12:30 PM to 1:00 PM

AMPS AGM

Steele Building (3) Room 206 

2:00 PM to 3:20 PM

Concurrent session: Music Origins & Symposium: Music and Emotions Across the Lifespan

On the origins of music
Stephen Davies

The beginning: Music affect in infancy
Eugenia Costa-Giomi

Four studies around music and emotion recognition/response will be presented, followed by a summary of the symposium findings by the Chair
Dianna Vidas, Genevieve Dingle, Nicole Nelson, Amy Walker, Rachael Harris, Rose Harris, Joel Larwood, Elyse Williams & Leah Sharman

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

2:00 PM to 3:20 PM

Concurrent session: Music Performance & Creativity

Visual cues in musical synchronization: How does a conductor influence timing?
Ian Colley, Jennifer MacRitchie, Manuel Varlet & Peter Keller

Attention allocation in string quartet performance
Hannah Harley & Mary Broughton

Investigating Musical Creativity: Does the Primary Motor Cortex Contribute to Creative Cognition?
Aydin Anic, Bill Thompson & Kirk N. Olsen

The effect of handedness on motor-space-pitch associations in pianists
Eline Smit & Makiko Sadakata

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Room 460

3:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Coffee break

4:00 PM to 5:20 PM

Concurrent session: Perception, Language & Learning

The Rhythm of Life: The Perfect Rhythm of Morse Code
Cassandra Mohapp

Effect of tone frequency on neural entrainment to rhythm: Superior role of bass
Tomas Lenc, Peter Keller, Manuel Varlet & Sylvie Nozaradan

Emotional Response to Amplitude Envelope as a Sonic Parameter
Matthew Cole

Impressions of the linguistic sound of lyrics in music
Sumi Shigeno & Yurie Saga

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Nickson Room

4:00 PM to 5:20 PM

Concurrent session: Music Performance & Composition

The impact of group dynamics on audience perception of a chamber music performance
Alana Blackburn

Music, affect and oratory: “I have a dream” and music analysis
Robert Davidson

Composition and evaluation of music lyrics as a persuasive mass media smoking-resistance strategy
Kristi Greig, Ioni Lewis, Narelle Haworth, Gayle Kerr & Ross McLennan

Analytic, Descriptive and Prescriptive Components of Evolving Jazz: A New Model Based on the Works of Brad Mehldau
Mark Baynes

Zelman Cowen Building (51) Room 460