Lorentz Center - What Makes Us Musical Animals? Cognition, Biology and the Origins of Musicality from 7 Apr 2014 through 11 Apr 2014
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    What Makes Us Musical Animals? Cognition, Biology and the Origins of Musicality
    from 7 Apr 2014 through 11 Apr 2014

 
Names listed in boldface are linked to the home pages of these participants

Judith Becker(Ann Arbor, United States)
Fleur Bouwer(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Simon E. Fisher(Nijmegen, Netherlands)
Tecumseh Fitch(Vienna, Austria)
Bruno Gingras(Vienna, Austria)
Jessica Grahn(London, Canada)
Yuko Hattori(Inuyama, Japan)
Marisa Hoeschele(Vienna, Austria)
Henkjan Honing(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
David Huron(Columbus, United States)
Yukiko Kikuchi(Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom)
Hugo Merchant(Queretaro, Mexico)
Bjorn Merker(Kristianstad, Sweden)
Iain Morley(Oxford, United Kingdom)
Merwin Olthof(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Aniruddh Patel(Medford, United States)
Isabelle Peretz(Montreal, Canada)
Martin Rohrmeier(Cambridge, MA, United States)
Paula Roncaglia-Denissen(Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Constance Scharff(Berlin, Germany)
Carel ten Cate(Leiden, Netherlands)
Laurel Trainor(Hamilton, Canada)
Sandra Trehub(Mississauga, Canada)
Peter Tyack(St Andrews, United Kingdom)
Geraint Wiggins(London, United Kingdom)
Jelle Zuidema(Amsterdam, Netherlands)


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