Graduate Students and research topics
Influences on music therapy clinical practice in autism specialist school settingsLaura Bird
The organisation of singing and language networks in epilepsy.
The sound of 'silence': Exploring the psychological and neurobiological mechanisms underlying the experience of tinnitus.
Solange Eeltink Glasser-Sbieh
Synaesthesia, absolute pitch, and musical abilities.
Collaborative song writing with children experiencing homelessness and family violence to understand the resources that they draw upon when life gets hard.
Parents and music therapists’ reflections on the experience of music and music therapy for paediatric palliative care patients and their families, who come from diverse cultural backgrounds.
Borderline personality disorder, group improvisation and relational skills.
Exploring inclusion and exclusion in community choral singing.
Exploring parent’s experiences of attachment with their baby through singing in a Neonatal Unit.
Examining therapeutic boundaries in contemporary music therapy practice.
Linking in and grooving out: The role of music for young people living with disability transitioning from school.
Drumming up harmony: How rhythmic synchronisation fosters prosocial behaviour.
Using music to explore gender and feminist activism with young people in schools
Partnering with teachers to build inclusivity through music
Yi Ting Tan
Investigating the genetic basis of singing ability: a twin study.
Auditory rehabilitation with music training: A study of learning-dependent plasticity in people with hearing loss.
Verbal pragmatics and emotion processing in the Broader Autism Phenotype.