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Susan Hallam integrates Neuroscience and Perception in her studies. In her works, Susan Hallam performs multidisciplinary study on Perception and Neuroscience. Much of her study explores Visual arts relationship to Musical. Her research on Musical often connects related topics like Visual arts. Susan Hallam integrates Music education with Mathematics education in her research. She integrates several fields in her works, including Mathematics education and Music education. Pedagogy and Informal learning are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary research. She performs multidisciplinary studies into Informal learning and Pedagogy in her work. Her study on Futures contract is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Financial economics.
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The power of music: Its impact on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young people
International Journal of Music Education (2010)
Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology
Susan Hallam;Ian Cross;Michael Thaut.
Ability grouping in education
Judith Ireson;Susan Hallam.
The Effects of Background Music on Primary School Pupils' Task Performance
Susan Hallam;John Price;Georgia Katsarou.
Educational Studies (2002)
Music Psychology in Education
The Oxford handbook of music psychology
Susan Hallam;Ian Cross;Michael H. Thaut.
Published in <b>2009</b> in Oxford ;New York by Oxford University Press (2015)
Musical Motivation: Towards a model synthesising the research
Music Education Research (2002)
Raising Standards: is ability grouping the answer?
Judith Ireson;Susan Hallam.
Oxford Review of Education (1999)
The predictors of achievement and dropout in instrumental tuition
Psychology of Music (1998)
The Development of Expertise in Young Musicians: Strategy Use, Knowledge Acquisition and Individual Diversity
Music Education Research (2001)
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