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Notes and Neurons: The Psychology of Music. – The Joseph Baldwin Academy for Eminent Young Scholars @ Truman State University

Notes and Neurons: The Psychology of Music.

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The Joseph Baldwin Academy for Eminent Young Scholars @ Truman State University

Date/Time: Jun 10 - 30, 2023    
Ages: 12-15
Cost: It's free!

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The Psychology of Music is an introduction to how we understand and perceive music, and how and why we respond to it. Students do not need a background in reading music for this class. We’ll start with building a base of knowledge of musical acoustics and the anatomy/physiology of the ear and the brain. Then we will study how we perceive music; how we learn music; how we understand “meaning” in music; and how music is significant in our lives. During the course, we will listen to all kinds of music, watch videos and movies to see how music is used to guide our emotional response, and even do some “musicking” of our own.

Location

Joseph Baldwin Academy
100 E Normal Ave
McClain Hall 303
Kirksville, MO 63501

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