Publication 902

Christensen E. (2012) Music listening, music therapy, phenomenology and neuroscience. PhD Thesis, Aalborg University, Denmark. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/902
A review of the attempts at establishing neurophenomenology as a new research paradigm for neuroscientific research on music concludes that the integration of the first-person perspective of phenomenology and the third-person perspective of neuroscience remains an unfinished project. Relevance: This paper proposes methods for phenomenological investigation of music, and discussion of research in the neurosciences and music.

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