Announcing the AMPS 2022 Conference! 

We invite you to attend a one-day virtual conference hosted by the Australian Music & Psychology Society on 28 September 2022. The event will run 10:00-17:00, AEST. The vision of this meeting is to present a cutting-edge forum for those wishing to share ideas and meet others with common interests in music and psychology research. Formal presentations will be 5-minutes in duration, presented virtually, followed by 10-minute discussion sessions between presenters and delegates. This event is being organized by a conference committee comprising AMPS Committee members.

Works at all stages are welcomed, including: 

  • Works in progress (e.g., PhD students, post-confirmation, reporting on work underway)
  • Completed projects (e.g., sharing findings)
  • Discussion/ Position papers 

 

Call for Papers

We invite abstract submissions of 200 words or less on the following themes, although all research topics are welcomed:

  • Social and applied approaches to music (including well-being)
  • Music perception and cognition
  • Music performance
  • Musical development

To highlight outstanding research, two conference awards will be presented to (1) an undergraduate or postgraduate student and; (2) an Early Career Researcher (within 5 years of PhD conferral date or equivalent research higher degree). At the time of submission, you will be able to self-nominate for these awards. The winners will be invited to present keynotes in the afternoon of the conference. 

Submission website: https://bit.ly/AMPS2022C4P

 

Key Dates

  •  Abstracts due 24 June 2022.
  •  Outcomes to be announced 8 July 2022.
  • Registration due by 21 September 2022.

 Conference Fees

  • Tenured/continuing position staff: $40
  • Postdocs/fixed-term academics: $20
  • Students (undergraduate/postgraduate): free

 

For any questions please contact the AMPS conference manager, Kaila Putter, at amps.org.au@gmail.com.

 

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