Associate Professor Dr. Hauke Egermann
I am an academic investigating music, sound and media with empirical research methods. Here you will find information about me and my work.
I direct the York Music Psychology Group, at the Department of Music, University of York, UK (here, you can find more up to date information on my work).
Another study for you to participate in, if you are interested:
Francesca Ajossa, Maddy Withers and Emily Brightly want to find out which tones in the scale are perceived as the most important ones and the influence they have on the way people perceive any other musical tone. It seems that the same note may sound different – that is, more or less expected and pleasant – depending on which scale was played before it.
By taking part in the experiment, you will be completing a playful questionnaire and at the same time you will help us collect as many data as possible and contribute to our study!
Do you want to take part in some exciting research? Our current MA Music Psychology students are running their replication studies this term and they are looking for participants!
This short survey looks at the association between musical preference and personality, and should take you no longer than 15 minutes to complete. Ade, Cynthia and Hao would be very grateful for your help and you might just enjoy yourself!