LongGold team meets at Music Psychology Conference (DGM 2019)

The German speaking members of the LongGold (see photo) met at the 35th annual meeting of the German Society for Music Psychology (DGM) in Eichstätt and presented several talks and posters drawing on data and methodology from the LongGold study.

Viola Pausch, Daniel Müllensiefen & Reinhard Kopiez: Structure and benchmarks of musical abilities during adolescence. First results from the longitudinal project LongGold. [in German]

Seb Silas, Daniel Müllensiefen, Klaus Frieler, Rebecca Gelding & Peter Harrison: Does musical training improve general working memory? A causal modelling approach to the associations between general working memory, musical working memory and musical training.

Miriam Eisinger & Daniel Müllensiefen: Psychometric structure of subjective theories on musicality and validation of a measurement instrument.

Hsin-Rui Lin, Johannes Hasselhorn, Daniel Müllensiefen & Reinhard Kopiez: Predicting academic achievement in music from personality and theory of musicality.