Papers, posters and presentation slides

Müllensiefen, D. & Harrison, P. (2020). The impact of music on adolescents’ cognitive and socio-emotional learning. In J. Harrington, J. Beale, A. Fancourt & C. Lutz (Eds.), The ‘BrainCanDo’ Handbook of Teaching and Learning, (pp. 222-239). London: Routledge.

Ruth, N. & Müllensiefen, D. (2020). Associations between musical preferences and personality in female secondary school students. Psychomusicology, online first.

Pausch, V., Müllensiefen, D., & Kopiez, R. (2019). Structure and benchmarks of musical abilities during adolescence. First results from the longitudinal project LongGold. Talk presented at the 35th annual meeting of the German Society for Music Psychology, Eichstätt, Germany. [in German]

Lin, H.-R., Hasselhorn, J., Müllensiefen, D., & Kopiez, R. (2019). Predicting academic achievement in music from personality and theory of musicality. Poster presented at the 35th annual meeting of the German Society for Music Psychology, Eichstätt, Germany. [in German]

Eisinger, M., Fiedler, D. & Müllensiefen, D. (2018). The relationships of theory of intelligence and musicality with concurrent musical activities and training, academic and social self-concept as well as non-verbal intelligence and overall academic performance. Presentation given at joint ICMPC/ESCOM conference 2018, Graz, Austria.

Müllensiefen, D. (2018). The effects of Musical Activity on academic achievement: How to use music to develop a growth mindset. Presentation given at the annual BrainCanDo conference, Reading, UK.

Elvers, P. & Müllensiefen, D. (2018). Development of Musical Abilities. Presentation given at joint ICMPC/ESCOM conference 2018, Graz, Austria.

Müllensiefen, D. (2017). LongGold: A Longitudinal Study on the Development of Musical Abilities during Adolescence. Presentation given at the 33rd annual meeting of the German Society for Music Psychology.

Müllensiefen, D., Schapiro, R., Harrison, P., Bashir, Z., & Fancourt, A. (2017). Musical Abilities and Academic Achievement – What Makes the Difference? Poster presented at the ESCOM 2017 conference. Ghent, Belgium.

Müllensiefen, D., Harrison, P., Caprini, F., & Fancourt, A. (2015). Investigating the importance of self-theories of intelligence and musicality for students’ academic and musical achievement. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:1702. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01702