Volume 2, Autumn 2019
Kelly Jakubowski & Liila Taruffi (p. 1)
Aneta Baďurová (p. 2-8)
Rhiannon Bailey (p. 9-21)
Elias Barrett, Ceren Ayyildiz, Kate Arnold, & Claudia Atkinson (p. 22-26)
Emma Bonnard (p. 27-31)
Emily Daws (p. 32-39)
Libby Dillon (p. 40-49)
Isabella Elwes (p. 50-57)
Finlay Gordon, Lucy Parr, Amy Simpson, & Emma Stephens* (p. 58-62)
*All authors contributed equally to this article.
Samantha Hutchinson (p. 63-74)
Alice Latham & Imogen Morgan* (p. 75-81)
*Both authors contributed equally to this article.
Isabel Mastrolonardo (p. 82-98)
Musicianship, Tonality, and Subjective Time: Musical Sophistication Predicts Retrospective Time Judgements for Tonal (but not Atonal) Chord Progressions
Matt Moore, Joy Sutcliffe, & Nico Wood-Olivan (p. 99-106)
Music Preferences of those on the Left and Right of the UK Political Spectrum: What Can be Deduced about Individuals’ Music Libraries from their Political Attitudes?
Michaela Redhead (p. 107-121)
Durham Undergraduate Research in Music & Science is published by the Durham University Music Department (Durham, UK).
References to any of this work in other student projects or publications should be accompanied by appropriate citations and bibliographic entries, for instance:
Baďurová, A. (2019). Does background music affect foreign language vocabulary learning? Durham Undergraduate Research in Music & Science, 2, 2-8.