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Recent Publications

Journal articles

Harney, C., Havelka, J., Johnson, J., & Bailes, F. (2022). Lockdown music listening: A mixed methods,
multinational study exploring social uses of music listening and anxiety during social distancing in the first wave of COVID-19. Journal of Music, Health, and Wellbeing, (Summer, 2022). Link to article.

Harney, C., Johnson, J., Bailes, F. & Havelka, J. (2022). Is music listening an effective intervention for reducing anxiety? A systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled studies. Musicae Scientiae. https://doi.org/10.1177/10298649211046979

Ulor, M., Bailes, F., & O’Connor, D. B. (2022). An investigation into the relationship between musical imagery and anxiety. Imagination, Cognition and Personality. https://doi.org/10.1177/02762366221083234

Cannon, J. W., & Greasley, A.E. (2021). Exploring relationships between electronic dance music event participation and well-being. Music & Science4. https://doi.org/10.1177/2059204321997102

Czajkowski, A.-M. L., Greasley, A. E., & Allis, M. (2021). Mindfulness for Singers: A mixed methods replication study. Music & Science, 4. https://doi.org/10.1177/20592043211044816

Burland, K. (2020). Music for all: Identifying, challenging and overcoming barriers. Music & Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/2059204320946950

Czajkowski, A. M. L., Greasley, A. E. & Allis, M. (2020). Mindfulness for musicians: The effects of 8-week mindfulness courses on music students at a leading conservatoire. Musicae Scientiae. https://doi.org/10.1177/1029864920941570

Greasley, A. E., Crook, H., & Fulford, R. J. (2020) Music listening and hearing aids: perspectives from audiologists and their patients. International Journal of Audiology. https://doi.org/10.1080/14992027.2020.1762126

Thomas, P., & Payne, E. (2020). “We also like to be surprised”: Disruption, provocation and surprise in the music of Christian Wolff. Circuit, 30(2), 27-45.

Ainscough, S. L., Windsor, W. L., & Tahmassebi, J. F. (2019). A review of the effect of music on dental anxiety in children. European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry, 20(1), 23-26.

Bretherton, B., Deuchars, J., & Windsor, W. L. (2019). The effects of controlled tempo manipulations on cardiovascular autonomic function. Music & Science. doi: 10.1177/2059204319858281

Chung, Y.-C., Greasley, A. E. & Hu, L.-Y. (2019). The relationship between musical preferences and Type D personality. Psychology of Music, 47(1), 3-17. doi: 10.1177/0305735617733809

D’Amario, S., Daffern, H. & Bailes, F. (2019). Perception of synchronisation in singing ensembles. PLoS ONE. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0218162

Dean, R. T., Milne, A. & Bailes, F. (2019). Spectral pitch similarity is a predictor of perceived change in sound- as well as note-based music. Music & Science. doi: 10.1177/2059204319847351

Iddon M., Payne E., Thomas P. (2019). Disruption and Discipline: Approaches to Performing John Cage’s Concert for Piano and Orchestra. Music & Practice. 5. doi: 10.32063/0506

Krause, A. E., Kirby, M., Dieckmann, S., & Davidson, J. W. (2019). From dropping out to dropping in: Exploring why individuals cease participation in musical activities and the support needed to reengage them. Psychology of Aesthetics Creativity and the Arts. doi: 10.1037/aca0000268

Norton, N. C., Ginsborg, J., & Greasley, A. E. (2019). Instrumental and vocal teachers in the United Kingdom: Demographic characteristics, educational pathways, and beliefs about qualification requirements, Music Education Research, 21(5), 560-581. doi: 10.1080/14613808.2019.1656181

Presicce, G. & Bailes, F. (2019). Engagement and visual imagery in music listening: An exploratory study. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain, 29(2-3), 136-155. doi: 10.1037/pmu0000243

D’Amario, S., Daffern, H. & Bailes, F. (2018). A longitudinal study investigating synchronization in a singing quintet. Journal of Voice. doi: 10.1016/j.voice.2018.06.011

D’Amario, S., Daffern, H. & Bailes, F. (2018). Synchronization in singing duo performances: The roles of visual contact and leadership instruction. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 103389/fpsyg.2018.01208

D’Amario, S., Daffern, H. & Bailes, F. (2018). A new method of onset and offset detection in ensemble singing. Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology. doi: 10.1080/14015439.2018.1452977

Greasley, A. E., Fulford, R. J., Pickard, M. & Hamilton, N. (2018). Help Musicians UK Hearing Survey: Musicians’ hearing and hearing protection. Psychology of Music. doi: 10.1177/0305735618812238

Burland K. &  McLean, A. (2017). Understanding live coding events. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media. 12(2), 139-151. doi: 10.1080/14794713.2016.1227596

Ireland, D. (2017). Great expectations? The changing role of audiovisual incongruence in contemporary multimedia. Music and the Moving Image, 10(3), 21-35.

Woodward, S. & Greasley, A. E. (2017). Personal collections as material assemblages: a comparison of wardrobes and music collections. Journal of Consumer Culture, 17(3), 659-676.

 

Special Issues

Payne, E. & Burland, K. (Eds.) (2021). Music & Science. Special Issue: The Role of Music Psychology Research in a Complex World: Implications, Applications, and Debates. https://journals.sagepub.com/articles/MNS?startPage=&ConceptID=142049

 

Books

Schuiling, F., & Payne, E. (Eds.) (2022). Material Cultures of Music Notation: New Perspectives on Musical Inscription. Routledge.

Doffman, M., Payne, E., & Young, T. (Eds.) (2021). The Oxford Handbook of Time in Music. Oxford University Press.

Timmers, R., Bailes, F., & Daffern, H. (Eds.) (2021). Together in Music: Coordination, expression, participation: Oxford University Press.

Ireland, D. (2018). Identifying and Interpreting Incongruent Film Music. Palgrave Macmillan.

 

 

Book chapters

Greasley, A. E. (2023). Diverse Music Listening Experiences: Insights from the Hearing Aids for Music project. In J. L. Drever & A. Hugill (Eds.) Aural Diversity (pp 134-142). Routledge.

Bailes, F. (2021). Earworms. In W. F. Thompson & K. N. Olsen (Eds.) The Science and Psychology of Music: From Beethoven at the Office to Beyoncé at the Gym. ABC-CLIO. Chapter 12c.

Burland, K. (2021). Ensemble participation and personal development. In R. Timmers, F. Bailes, & H. Daffern (Eds.). Together in Music: Coordination, expression, participation: Oxford University Press. Chapter 27.

Burland, K. (2021). Defining ourselves through music. In W. F. Thompson & K. N. Olsen (Eds.) The Science and Psychology of Music: From Beethoven at the Office to Beyoncé at the Gym. ABC-CLIO. Chapter 21a.

D’Amario, S., &. Bailes, F. (2021). Ensemble timing and synchronization. In R. Timmers, F. Bailes, & H. Daffern (Eds.). Together in Music: Coordination, expression, participation: Oxford University Press. Chapter 17.

Fulford, R. J.Greasley, A. E. & Burland, K. (2021). Responses to music. In S. Hallam, D. Hodges & A. Creech (Eds.). International Handbook of Music Psychology in Education and the Community (pp.101-115). Routledge.

Payne, E., & Thomas, P. (2021). Ensemble interaction in indeterminate music: a case study of Christian Wolff’s exercises. In R. Timmers, F. Bailes, & H. Daffern (Eds.). Together in Music: Coordination, expression, participation: Oxford University Press. Chapter 18.

Timmers, R., Bailes, F., & Daffern, H. (2021). Together in music: embodiment, multidimensionality, and musical-social interaction. In R. Timmers, F. Bailes, & H. Daffern (Eds.). Together in Music: Coordination, expression, participation: Oxford University Press. Chapter 36.

Bailes, F. (2019). Musical imagery and the temporality of consciousness. In R. Herbert, D. Clarke, & E. Clarke (Eds.) Music and Consciousness 2: Worlds, Practices, Modalities (pp. 271-285). Oxford University Press.

Windsor, W. L. (2019). Music in Detention and Interrogation: The Musical Ecology of Fear. In M. Grimshaw-Aagaard, M. Walther-Hansen, & M. Knakkergaard (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination, Volume 2. Oxford handbooks. (pp. 281-300). Oxford University Press.

Bailes F. (2018). Empirical Musical Imagery Beyond the “Mind’s Ear”. In M. Grimshaw-Aagaard, M. Walther-Hansen, & M. Knakkergaard (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination. (pp. 445-466). Oxford University Press.

Ireland, D. (2018). ‘”Today I’m hearing with new ears”: Audiovisual incongruence and character perspective in John Williams’s score for Munich.’ In E. Audissino (Ed.) John Williams: Music for films, television, and the concert stage (pp. 309-325). Turnhout: Brepolis.

Burland, K., Spencer, M., & Windsor, W.L. (2017). Exploring, enhancing and evaluating musical doctorateness: perspectives on performance and composition. In F. Nilsson, H. Dunin-Woyseth, & N. Janssens (Eds.) Perspectives on Research Assessment in Architecture and the Arts: Discussing Doctorateness (pp. 118-132). London: Routledge Research in Architecture, Routledge.

Windsor, W. L. (2017). Instruments, voices, bodies and spaces: towards an ecology of performance. In C. Wöllner (Ed.), Body, Sound and Space in Music and Beyond: Multimodal Explorations (pp. 113-128). Oxford: Routledge.