Music Psychology

The Use of Psychological Characteristics to Succeed in Higher Music Education

Chris Bull - The University of Leeds, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Mar
27
2017

This questionnaire is intended for music students who take music performance as part of their course (B.A., or BMus, both Undergraduate and Postgraduate). The study explores the psychological characteristics music performance students need in order to succeed in higher music education, and the consequent effect on their career aspirations.

The Relationship between Music Preferences and Personality

Dr. Steven Caldwell Brown - The University of Edinburgh, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Mar
8
2016

This project broadly aims to consider the relationship between music preferences, including particular musical styles, and specific aspects of personality.

Exploring Musical Investment

Amanda Krause and Adrian North - Curtin University, UK.

Time to complete - 45 minutes.
Feb
10
2016

We hope to gain a better understanding of why music facilitators create musical opportunities for people and why people choose to perform and participate in music activities.

What Music do you Listen to and Why?

Dr. Steven Caldwell Brown - The University of Edinburgh, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Nov
16
2015

This study aims to learn about what music people listen to and why – the emphasis is on the different ways in which music can now be accessed. Accordingly, you are being asked to take part in a research study on psychological aspects of music listening, including preference for particular musical styles.

Perception and Evaluation of Music

Milda Batutiene - University of Leeds, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Oct
3
2015

The study investigates perception and evaluation of music. You will be asked to read four short notes of musicians’ biographies, listen to four different excerpts of their live concerts and then give your evaluation of the music. Finally, you will be asked a few demographic and opinion questions.

A study investigating Music and Emotions

Alex Jamison - De Montfort University, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jul
22
2015

This study involves listening to a particular song and then responding to some questions to indicate your reaction to this piece of music. It also features some more general questionnaires and activities to complete.

Music and You: A Study of the Functions of Music, Well-Being and Personality in Adults over 60 Years of Age

Jenny Groarke (PhD candidate) and Dr. Michael J. Hogan - National University of Ireland, Galway. Ireland.

Time to complete - 45 minutes.
Jul
5
2015

We are looking for music listeners over 60 years to volunteer for our study on the effects of music. Volunteers will complete a questionnaire measuring their music listening habits, personality and wellbeing.

Measuring Musical Engagement: How do You Listen to Music?

Thijs Vroegh - Max Planck Institute for empirical Aesthetics (Germany).

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
May
25
2015

This study measures one’s type of musical engagement and appreciation. Participating is easy: After listening to a self-chosen piece of music, a series of statements is presented regarding how you just experienced the music. I would like to invite music listeners across a variety of musical genres.

Perception of Choir Performances

Peter Keller, Giacomo Novembre, Jennifer Lee - University of Western Sydne, Australia.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
May
17
2015

The MARCS Institute is currently conducting an online study investigating the perception of music sung by a choir. You will be asked to listen to several pairs of choir performance recordings, and your task will be to judge which performance you prefer within the pair.

Music Listening and Mood

Dr. Sandra Garrido and Associate Professor Katrina McFerran - University of Melbourne, Australia

Time to complete - 5 minutes.
Nov
18
2014

Do you find that certain music makes you feel really good while other music can make you feel a bit low? If you have ever suffered from depression, you are invited to participate in an online survey about how listening to music effects your mood.

Social Network Fans

Amanda Krause - Curtin University, Australia.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Oct
5
2014

This questionnaire asks about your age, gender, occupation, how you use social networking sites, and whether you consider music and technology important to your identity. You’ll also answer the degree to which a number of different statements representative of you.

Day Reconstruction Study

Amanda Krause - Curtin University, Australia.

Time to complete - 45 minutes.
Jun
4
2013

This questionnaire will ask you questions about your background and experience with music. Then, you will be asked to reconstruct the previous day by listing what you did as episodes. For each episode, you will then answer a short series of questions.

Measuring Musical Engagement

Grace Leslie - University of California, San Diego, USA.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Mar
12
2013

We wish to ask viewers to rate the recorded 2-D spot animations of the recorded gestures on a musical emotion rating scale to test to what extent the musical affective experience of conductors can be conveyed by these animations to viewers who do not hear the music.

The Value of Music and Its Change Over Time

Guy Ferrett and Anat Bardi - Royal Holloway University of London, UK.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Jun
12
2012

This study includes two questionnaires, one value survey and one music questionnaire. It asks about listening habits now and when you were younger and general life values. Thank you for agreeing to take part.

Music Listening and Technology

Alexandra Lamont, Alinka Greasley, Jack Holt - Keele University, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Nov
16
2011

This short online survey is about your music listening habits and use of technology. All participants are welcome, whether you love or hate technology and listen to a little or a lot of music.

Attitudes towards the impact of new technologies on how we access music

Steven Brown Bsc (Hons) MRes - Glasgow Caledonian University, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes
Jul
22
2011

What are your attitudes towards how technology has impacted on the way in which we now access music? This forms the focus of this study where your personality is of particular interest. This short study should take approximately 10 minutes.

Building the Group Singing Experience Questionnaire

Rita Bento - Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
Dec
13
2010

This brief survey (approx. 10 minutes) is part of a project to develop a questionnaire on group singing and its main psychological, social and bodily effects. Participants should be group/choir singers over 18.

The (Lost) Vocal Object in Opera: The Voice, the Listener and Jouissance/Arousal

Carlo Zuccarini - Brunel University
Aug
22
2008

A neuropsychoanalytic research study that aims to provide further insight into the way in which vocal music in general, and opera in particular, is processed in the mind and brain

Genres in Popular Culture

Laura Fitzgerald - Exeter University
Feb
12
2007

This study looks at how people categorize music and films.

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