Welcome to the AMPS Forum! Here you’ll find interesting news and events relating to music and psychology. The AMPS Forum is a fresh take on the long standing AMPS Newsletter (find past editions of the newsletter here). You can send news and events to us at amps.org.au@gmail.com. 

Musicological Society of Australia 2024 conference

Musicological Society of Australia 2024 conference

Dear AMPS colleagues, The MSA invites you to join us for the 47th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, which will be held online 28–30 November 2024. We have resolved to hold alternate conferences online, in order to facilitate accessibility...

3-year Postdoctoral Position in Durham, UK

3-year Postdoctoral Position in Durham, UK

Durham University in the UK is currently recruiting a Postdoctoral Research Associate for a 3-year project on music and imagination, funded by the Leverhulme Trust. The project will use a combination of online and lab-based psychological experiments, alongside...

Want to contribute to our understanding of solo singing?

Want to contribute to our understanding of solo singing?

Melissa Forbes, Amanda Krause, and Dave Camlin are conducting an online survey investigating experiences of solo singing. We would love for you to complete the survey if you are over 18 years of age, and have had experience of non-group or solo singing. For further...

AMPS history project

AMPS history project

Can you help?  AMPS is looking to boost their records and we're looking for your help. Do you have any records you could share? We're looking for photos from conferences, talks, and other AMPS gatherings references/slides/advertisements for AMPS public talks...

Professor Roger Dean – Hook Lecture-Recital on Tuesday 24th Oct

Professor Roger Dean – Hook Lecture-Recital on Tuesday 24th Oct

Professor Roger Dean - Hook Lecture-Recital (at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, or online) on Tuesday 24th Oct Join the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, or online, for a Hook Lecture-Recital “Approaches to creativity in music and beyond” by Professor Roger Dean on...