Müllensiefen, Daniel
9464
Department of Psychology
Dr Daniel Müllensiefen
http://www.doc.gold.ac.uk/~mas03dm/

Summary of research

  • Individual differences in musical abilities
  • memory for music and melodies
  • 'earworms’
  • perception of musical similarity
  • statistical models of cognition
  • music in advertising
  • corpus-based musicology
  • cognitive issues related to music copyright.

Academic qualifications

MA PhD

Areas of supervision

I supervise projects in the area of musicality and individual differences, musical similarity perception, music in advertising, and statistical modelling of music perception.

My research interests include almost all aspects of music psychology, in particular memory for music and melodies as well as the perception of musical similarity. From 2006 to 2009 I worked on the EPSRC-funded research project M4S which addressed exactly these questions. Find the documentation of the project here. Other research interests of mine are statistical and computational models of cognition, similarity perception in general, the social psychology of music, corpus-based musicology, cognitive issues related to music copyright, and Spanish music. See my personal website for more details, publications, and software.

Dr Daniel Müllensiefen

Position held:

Senior Lecturer and co-director of the MSc Music, Mind, and Brain

Phone:
+44 (0)20

7919 7895

Fax:
+44 (0)20 7919 7873

Email:
d.mullensiefen (@gold.ac.uk)

Website:
http://www.doc.gold.ac.uk/~mas03dm/

Address:
Room 310 Whitehead Building
Department of Psychology
Goldsmiths, University of London
New Cross, London

Office hours:
Tutorial Hours / FACT (during term time):
Mondays, 12 - 1pm

Summary of research

  • Individual differences in musical abilities
  • memory for music and melodies
  • 'earworms’
  • perception of musical similarity
  • statistical models of cognition
  • music in advertising
  • corpus-based musicology
  • cognitive issues related to music copyright.

Academic qualifications

MA PhD

Areas of supervision

I supervise projects in the area of musicality and individual differences, musical similarity perception, music in advertising, and statistical modelling of music perception.

Research interests

My research interests include almost all aspects of music psychology, in particular memory for music and melodies as well as the perception of musical similarity. From 2006 to 2009 I worked on the EPSRC-funded research project M4S which addressed exactly these questions. Find the documentation of the project here. Other research interests of mine are statistical and computational models of cognition, similarity perception in general, the social psychology of music, corpus-based musicology, cognitive issues related to music copyright, and Spanish music. See my personal website for more details, publications, and software.

Selected publications

linked to GRO



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