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Current Experimental Research Studies

Studies are usually held in the CSML, on the fifth floor of Mershon Auditorium.  Note that you should enter the building through the RED DOOR facing High Street.  

 

Study 1: Studying Listening Behavior

Have you ever wondered why you tend to systematically skip some songs, but not others? This study investigates the relationship between skipping behavior and compositional practice in popular music.
 
This study is open to music students, non-music students, and non-students between the ages of 18-65. The study will take approximately 60 minutes. 
 
If interested, contact Hubert at leveillegauvin.1@buckeyemail.osu.edu to schedule a time to participate.
 

Study 2: How do you coordinate in musical performance? (violin/viola only)

Are you a violin or viola player? In this study you will be performing music with a partner while we will be recording your movements via motion capture under different conditions. You will also be asked a few questions about this experience before and after performing.

If interested, contact Dr Niels Chr. Hansen at hansen.491@osu.edu to schedule a time to participate.

 

Study 3: Your Experiences Listening to Music

Have you ever wondered why you react to music in certain ways? This study will look at the relationship between your musical experiences and aspects of the music itself.

This study is open to music students, non-music students, and non-students between the ages of 18-65. 

If interested, contact Lindsay at warrenburg.3@osu.edu to schedule a time to participate!

 

Study 4: Musical Sounds and Infants

This is a study about the kinds of sounds that children and infants make at home. 

The study takes 15 minutes. It is open to music students, non-music students, and non-students between the ages of 18-65. 

If interested, contact Lindsay at warrenburg.3@osu.edu to schedule a time to participate!