Michelle Phillips is a Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head of Undergraduate Programmes at the Royal Northern College of Music, UK. Her research interests include music and time, perception of contemporary music, audience response to live and recorded music, entrepreneurship, and music and Parkinson’s. She is co-investigator with Manchester Camerata for a study examining physiological, behavioural and neurological response to live and recorded music. Recent publications include a co-edited volume entitled Music and Time: Psychology, Philosophy, Practice and an article on What Determines the Perception of Segmentation in Contemporary Music?
Amanda E. Krause is a Lecturer (Psychology) in the College of Healthcare Sciences at James Cook University (Queensland, Australia). She also currently serves as President of the Australian Music & Psychology Society. As a music psychology scholar, she studies how we experience music in our everyday lives. Her research asks how our musical experiences influence our health and well-being. Dr Krause’s research has made significant contributions to understanding how listening technologies influence people and how musical engagement impacts well-being. Recent publications and further information can be found on her website at www.researchaboutlistening.com.