Mr Russell Burton

Mr Russell Burton
 Position PhD Candidate
 Org Unit Psychology
 Mobile +61 4 4858 6697
 Location Hughes ,   North Terrace
  • Biography/ Background

    I have been teaching Music in a variety of secondary schools for the past 25 years. As part of my studying music technology I have developed an interest in how music is perceived and processed. My eventual goal is to provide a cognitive or neuroscientific foundation for what are considered to be the perceptual elements of music.

  • Qualifications

    Master of Music

    Graduate Diploma in Music Education

    Bachelor of Education (secondary music)

  • Research Interests

    Clarifying how sounds are stored and processed by examining perception of very short sounds.

  • Publications

    Burton, R. L. (1997). The effect of various non-visual conductor activities on the quality of an instrumental ensemble as judged by Eisteddfod results. In ASME XI National Conference Proceedings: New Sounds for a New Century (p. 36). Australian Society for Music Education.

    Burton, R. L. (1997). Computers in music education in South Australian secondary schools. In ASME XI National Conference Proceedings: New Sounds for a New Century (p. 43). Australian Society for Music Education.

  • Professional Associations

    Australian Society of Music Education (ASME) council.

    Acoustical Society of America

  • Professional Interests

    Music cognition

    Music technology

    Auditory perception

    Auditory processing

    Auditory memory systems

    Improving educational outcomes in music

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Entry last updated: Thursday, 9 Aug 2018

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