SMPC 2011: CALL FOR PAPERS
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS TO SMPC 2011 HAS PASSED; SUBMISSIONS ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED.
Due date to submit an abstract for consideration: February 1, 2011.
Submitted abstracts should be no longer than 300 words and should describe the motivation, methodology, results, and implications of the research to the degree that this information is available at the time of submission. For those submitting experimental work, the description should describe the stimuli and participant groups used, the experimental methodology, and data collected. For those submitting theoretically based work, the description should give a sense for the approach used and should make a case for why the work is relevant to the field of music perception and cognition in its aims, methods, and/or results.
Submissions should be sent by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please type the abstract directly into the body of the e-mail, rather than submitting as an attachment. In the body of your email, please list all authors and affiliations, and please indicate preference for presentation as a talk or poster.
A small number of merit-based student travel awards will be available, based on a separate submission process. Click here for more information.
Feel free to contact the chair of the Program Committee at the same address if you have questions about your submission.
Program Committee: Peter Pfordresher (University at Buffalo, chair), Erin E. Hannon (University of Nevada, Las Vegas), Carol Krumhansl (Cornell University), Justin London (Carleton College), Elizabeth Margulis (University of Arkansas), Peter Martens (Texas Tech University), Devin McAuley (Michigan State University), Frank Russo (Ryerson University), Michael Schutz (McMaster University).