Talks

Past talks:

  1. Egermann, H. (2016). From Motion to Emotion: Can Emotional Experience of Music be Described with Movement? Goldsmiths, University of London, February 4 2016.
  2. germann, H. (2016). From Motion to Emotion: Can Emotional Experience of Music be Described with Movement? Research Seminar Series, Department of Music, University of York, January 20 2016.
  3. Egermann, H. (2015). Experimentelle Zugänge zur Untersuchung der Musikwirkung im sozialen Kontext. Workshop: Klang – Situationen – Erleben. Methodische Herausforderungen der Analyse von Hörpraktiken, Universität Oldenburg, October 30 2015.
  4. Egermann, H. (2015). Ist Musik wirklich eine universelle Sprache der Gefühle? Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2015: Sommernachtssalon zum Thema Alltagsmythen. TU Berlin, June 13 2015.
  5. Egermann, H. (2015). Musik zur gezielten Bedeutungsvermittlung –
    Musikwirkung im Werbekontext aus der Perspektive der Musikpsychologie. Seminar: Musik und Werbung. Institut für Journalistik und Kommunikationsforschung, April 30 2015.
  6. Egermann, H. (2015). Is music a universal language of emotions? Insights from a cross-cultural listening experiment. Goldsmiths, University of London, Marc 26 2015.
  7. Egermann, H. (2015). Music and Emotion: Empirical Insights to Theory and Modeling. CogSci Seminar, Queen Mary, University of London, March 16 2015.
  8. Sarah-Indriyati Hardjowirogo & Hauke Egermann (2015). “Dem Chaos überlegen”: Zur parameterbasierten Analyse und Systematisierung elektronischer Musikinstrumente. Presentation at the Meeting of the Systematic Musicology Section of the German Music Research Society, Universität Osnabrück, March, 2015.
  9. Egermann, H. (2014). From Motion to Emotion: Why does music make us feel? Scienceophile 2014 en Musique, IRCAM, Paris, December 16 2014.
  10. Egermann, H. (2014). Musik und Emotion: Faktoren und Mechanismen in Theorie und Empirie. Interdisciplinary debates on the empirical aesthetics of music. Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik, Frankfurt, November 13 2014.
  11. Egermann, H. (2014). Are music-induced emotions universal? TEDxGhent, June 7 2014.
  12. Egermann, H. (2014). Empathie als Vermittler zwischen Ausdruck und induzierten Emotionen in der Musikrezeption. Tagung: “Sounds, Klänge, Töne – Zur klanglichen Dimension von Musik und ihrer emotionalen Bedeutung und Wahrnehmung”. Max-Planck-Institut für Bildungsforschung, Berlin, April 24-26 2014.
  13. Foerstel, A. & Egermann, H. (2014). Die Verkörperung von Klang – Wirkung von Gesten(steuerung) der Musikperformance auf Künstler und Publikum. Presentation at the Meeting of the Systematic Musicology Section of the German Music Research Society, Universität Kassel, March 7, 2014.
  14. Egermann, H. (2013). Musik und Emotion in der Musikpsychologie: Wirkungsweisen grundlegender Mechanismen und ihre empirischen Überprüfungen [Music and emotion in music psychology: Effects of basic mechanisms and their empirical testing]. Research Group “Felt Communities? Emotions in European Music Performances”,  Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany, December 5, 2013.
  15. Egermann, H. (2012). Music, Expectation and Emotion: Psychophysiological Measurement and Statistical Modeling. Quality and Usability Lab, Telekom Innovation Laboratories, November 26 2012.
  16. Egermann, H. (2012). Psychologische und physiologische Korrelate musikalischer Erwartungen und induzierter Emotionen in einem Livekonzert [Psychological and physiological correlates of musical expectaions and induced emotions in a live concert]. Presentation at the Meeting of the Systematic Musicology Section of the German Music Research Society, Eichstätt, Germany, March 2 2012.
  17. Egermann, H. (2011). Continuous Response Methodology, Data Analysis, and Applications in Music Research.  International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research (BRAMS), Lunchbreak Talk, Montreal, Canada, October 21 2011.
  18. Egermann, H. (2011). Emotion and Music: Effects of Structural and contextual Features. Talk presented at Workshop “Networks and Nonlinearity in the Musical Experience” Center for Advanced Studies, Universität Bielefeld, Germany, March 1-4 2011)
  19. Egermann, H. (2011). Emotion induction through music: Effects of musical structures and expectancies. Centre for Cognition, Computation & Culture/Department of Computing, Goldsmiths’ College, University of London, UK, .
  20. Egermann, H. (2011). Analyzing continuous response data to test a theory on expectation and emotion in a live concert experiment. Workshop on continuous response data analysis, Centre for Music Media and Technology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, June 14 2011.
  21. Egermann, H. (2011). Linking Expectation and Emotion in a Live Concert Experiment. Forth Meeting of the Northeastern Music Cognition Group (NEMCOG), New York University, New York City, NY, USA, April 2 2011.
  22. Egermann, H. (2010). Emotion Induction Through Music: Effects of Listening Contexts and Musical Structures. International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research, Annual Scientific Day 2010. Montreal, Kanada, April 16 2010.
  23. Egermann, H. & Sears, D. (2010). Psychological Mechanisms and Physiological Measurements. Workshop on Psychophysiological Measurement, Centre for Music Media and Technology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, April 23 2010.
  24. Egermann, H. (2010). Linking Expectation and Emotion in a Live Concert Experiment. Third Meeting of the Northeastern Music Cognition Group (NEMCOG), Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA, USA, October 23 2010.
  25. Egermann, H. (2009). Emotions in music listening are individual. 3rd international symposium Verband Deutscher Tonmeister (VDT) [German Tonmeister Association], Das Hören im Blick [Having an eye on listening], Schloss Hohenkammer, Germany, October 31 2009.
  26. Egermann, H., Sutherland, M. E., Grewe, O., Nagel, F., Kopiez, R. & Altenmüller, E. (2009). The influence of group settings on music listening: A physiological and psychological perspective on emotion. Posterpresentation at the Spring School 2009 in the graduate school GRK 1254-1, Processing of affective stimuli: From the molecular basis to the emotional experience, Kloster Bronnnach, Germany, March 8-11 2009.

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