Assistant Professor Dr. Hauke Egermann

Assistant 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).ympg-logo-blue

1 week ago

York Music Psychology Group

Hauke Egermann was invited to participate in this interesting panel last week!Hearing is passive, listening takes skill. To celebrate the opening of our Luxury Audio Studio at the Harman Experience Store Munich, we are discussing the Art of Listening. Our experts include 7x Grammy-winning music producer, engineer and mixer, Frank Filipetti, Senior Fellow – Acoustic Research at HARMAN, Dr. Sean Olive, Assistant Professor in Music Psychology at the University of York, Dr. Hauke Egermann, and award-winning marketer and music expert, Oisin Lunny, discussing the Art of Listening and how we can get lost in music again. ...

View on Facebook

We had a wonderful presentation from Firat Altun​ on his PhD project on Music, Temperament, and Emotion Induction in the Department of Music, University of York​ research seminar yesterday!

In his study, he aimed to explore the role of temperament systems on emotion induction and recognition performance by presenting an unfamiliar musical syntax in familiar and unfamiliar temperament systems. Firat shared the results of the pilot study and some of the main study findings of the contain cross-cultural aspect of the study with data collection occurring in the UK and in Turkey as well.
...

View on Facebook

Congratulations to Anna Detari on her highly commended poster in the University of York HRC poster competition. She is off to the 4th International Congress on Treatment of Dystonia in Hanover next week so make sure you find her if you are there too!! ...

View on Facebook

2 months ago

York Music Psychology Group

Did you hear us? YMPG members Hauke Egermann, Diana Kayser and Mimi O'Neill were live on BBC Radio 3's Music Matters show with Kate Molleson as the resident lab scientists. We were discussing two experiments that we conducted in conjunction with the BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival 2019.

If you missed us you can listen back to the show here: www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0003sd0
...

View on Facebook

Recent Posts