Author Archives: Rebecca Schaefer

July 2023

July 2023Our systematic review on music and motivation is published in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, congratulations Theo! For the rest, our team is getting ready for our presentations at ICMPC.

April 2023

April 2023Our recently accepted systematic review on using musical mnemonics for working memory is available online! Really happy with this work, which also extends existing theoretical models. Congrats Marije!

January 2023

January 2023Happy to announce our paper on external focus in music pedagogy is now accepted, and available here. Congrats to Susan Williams on getting this paper out!

November 2022

November 2022We are seeking a Dutch-speaking PhD candidate for a position primarily in Delft, working on a musical robot for people with dementia! More information can be found here.

July 2022

July 2022Happy to announce the open access availability of a newly accepted paper, entitled ‘Effects of musical mnemonics on working memory performance in cognitively unimpaired young and older adults’.

September 2021

September 2021After a summer with some great conferences, we’re glad to start the new year with a great new cohort of students, welcome!

August 2021

August 2021Happy to share the acceptance and online open-access availability of a paper co-authored with Georgina Floridou and Kaya Peerdeman in Memory and Cognition, on individual differences in imagery abilities!

May 2021

May 2021We had a very successful online meeting with the Locomus Network, the Dutch/Belgian regional music research network. The program and talk and poster titles are here!

April 2021

April 2021Together with Dr. Ineke van der Ham’s group, we’ve been awarded a prize for our science communication efforts from the Royal Dutch Science Academy (or KNAW)! It’s wonderful that science communication is becoming something that is rewarded this explicitly.

April 2021

April 2021Good news, three collaborative papers were recently accepted for publication, one on the international collaboration on uses of music in the covid pandemic, published Frontiers, led by Roni Granot in Jerusalem, one on multimodal rhythmic signals, to appear in Philosophical Transactions B (preprint), led by Wim Pouw in Nijmegen, and one on brain asymmetries… Read More »