The Program for Music, Mind and Society at Vanderbilt is seeking poster abstracts for its annual symposium scheduled for Sept. 12.
Brief abstracts (100 words) should summarize one or more research projects related to systematic and scientific study of how music works in the mind and/or in society. Cross-disciplinary work is encouraged, including but not limited to submissions from the fields of education, psychology, neuroscience, communications, medicine, music and sociology.
Submissions are welcome from the Vanderbilt community as well as other institutions; at least one representative from each poster should be available to present at the poster session during the symposium.
Poster content should be targeted to a broad scientific audience. As such, some posters may include data, while others may describe an emerging line of research. Both are encouraged.
Abstracts can be submitted here. The deadline for submissions is July 22.
For more information about the symposium, visit the Program for Music, Mind and Society website.