Tue 11.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m. | Tuesday, April 11th: Preliminary meeting online weekly (follow-up appointments NV)

For students in the 4th and 6th semester of the BA Music Informatics / Musicology course (module: Empirical Music Research I), in the 2nd semester of the MA Music Informatics course to catch up on the requirements for the Cognitive Neuroscience of Music module. Can be taken as an elective in the BA Music Informatics / Musicology course.

This is the second half of the “Methods in Empirical Musicology” course. Based on the meta-knowledge that we learned through the first half (“how to read & write like a scientist”), this semester will focus on practical aspects of designing, conducting, and analyzing empirical music research (“how to think & work like a scientist”). Students' participation includes (1) writing a min-study proposal (in abstract format), (2) presenting their implemented experiments (mid-term presentation), (3) presenting analyzed results (final-term presentation), and (4) writing up the whole study in a scientific writing format (final-term paper).

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