February 2012 - News!

Volume 21 of Psychomusicology: Music, Mind & Brain, hot off the press in February, is a special volume entitled `Singing and Psychomusicology`.  Edited by Annabel J. Cohen and Sandra E. Trehub, the volume contains contributions from AIRS co-investigators and collaborators:  Mayumi Adachie, Stefanie Stadler Elmer, Simone Falk, Ichiro Fujinaga,  Mary Gick, Jane Ginsborg, Nathalie Henrich, Susan O`Neill, Jaan Ross,   Frank Russo,  Laurel Trainor, Christine Tsang,  Graham Welch,  and from AIRS Post-doctoral Fellow  Bing-Yi Pan, and students  Johanna Devaney, Rayna Friendly, and  Triinu Ojamaa.  Reviewers included AIRS members Bradley Frankland, Beatriz Illari, Henrietta Lempert, Sten Ternstrom, and Laurel Young among other experts from around the world. The articles will be available on-line through PsycArticles in the near future via publisher American Psychological Association under the EPF  (Educational Publication Foundation) imprint.   For further information regarding print copies contact Annabel Cohen  (acohen@upei.ca).  We thank the many people in the AIRS community for the co-operation and contribution leading to this publication   that well reflects the broad scope and expertise of the AIRS initiative.

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