University of Arkansas
Music Cognition Lab
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Get involved with the music cognition lab

There are several ways to participate in our research.

Music Cognition Lab

Take a class or get a degree

The University of Arkansas offers undergraduate and graduate courses in music cognition, ranging from Introduction to Music Cognition to Music and Language to thesis research and special projects.

The University of Arkansas also offers the BM and MM degrees in music theory, which can be done with an emphasis on music cognition. For application information, click here.

The University of Arkansas offers the Ph.D. degree in psychology, which can be done with an emphasis on music cognition. For application information, click here (follow the links under "Experimental Program").

Participate in an experiment

We are always enrolling new participants in our studies. Participation ordinarily involves listening to music and making responses. For most studies, no musical training is required. Experiments are currently held at the Music Cognition Lab, F16-F18 Stone House South (labeled STOS on the campus map).

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Work in the lab

The lab provides many opportunities for students to get involved in ongoing research projects, and to develop their own.

Attend an event

The music cognition lab hosts special events, including guest lectures and demonstrations. Recent visitors have included Justin London, David Huron, Frank Russo, Zohar Eitan, Petr Janata, and Carol Krumhansl.

If you would like to participate or learn more, please contact Elizabeth Margulis at ehm@uark.edu.