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Cogniție Muzicală
Musical Cognition

Publishing House: MediaMusica
Subject(s): Fine Arts / Performing Arts, Music, Cognitive Psychology, Neuropsychology
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2601-3193
Online-ISSN: 2601-3207
Status: Active

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Short Description

Music Cognition is an international journal that publishes theoretical and experimental papers on studies in the area of music. It covers a wide variety of subjects concerning all the different aspects of cognition. Contributions from the fields of psychology, pedagogy, musicology, neuroscience, computer science, mathematics, ethology are welcome in this journal, which serves as a forum of discussion in the field of arts and science. Cognition enjoys a wide readership from many disciplines. Authors should explicitly consider the general theoretical issues raised by their work and its relevance to other topics and methods. Papers will be selected on the basis of their scientific quality and degree of innovation. Contributors may contribute with:

• Full theoretical and experimental papers on the study of the music cognition

• Brief articles reporting original empirical findings

• Developments that warrant rapid communication to the scientific community

• Proposals for special issues on a new and important area in the field

• Discussions 

• Book reviews 

The aim of the journal is to provide a discussion forum on psycho-pedagogical implications in the field of music, with interdisciplinary links. The main purpose of the journal is to disseminate fundamental and experimental research related and investigated by cognition specific instruments.