About

As a music psychology scholar, Dr Amanda Krause studies how we experience music in our everyday lives. Her research asks how our musical experiences influence our health and well-being. Dr Krause is the author of numerous academic publications and currently serves as Secretary of the Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS). She has also spoken on her research to academics and industry leaders at conferences around the world, to students through programs like Skype A Scientist and STEM Professionals in Schools, and to members of the general public via radio show appearances and events like Pint of Science.

Teaching
  • PY2103: Introduction to Research Methods and Data Analysis (Level 2; CNS, SIN & TSV)
  • PY4113: Design and Analysis for Research (Level 4; CNS & TSV)
Interests
Professional
  • Early Career Researcher (ECR) training and development
Research
  • the role of music in promoting well-being
  • how and why people use different listening technologies to listen to music
  • factors influencing people continuing/dropping-out of musical activities
  • how music influences our consumer behaviours
Teaching
  • teaching and learning statistics
Experience
  • 2017 to 2019 - Research Fellow, University of Melbourne (Melbourne, VIC, Australia)
  • 2014 to 2017 - Research Associate, Curtin University (Perth, WA, Australia)
Research Disciplines
Socio-Economic Objectives
Honours
Awards
  • 2017 - Nominee, 2017 Niall Lucy Award, Curtin University
  • 2017 - Nominee (Faculty of Health Sciences), 2016 Student Guild Excellence in Teaching Award, Curtin University
  • 2015 - School of Psychology and Speech Pathology Research Award, Curtin University
  • 2012 to 2014 - Curtin International Postgraduate Research Scholarship, Curtin University
  • 2012 - ICMPC Conference Travel Bursary Award, Society for Education, Music, and Psychology Research (SEMPRE)
Memberships
  • 2019 to 2021 - Affiliate, ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR)
  • 2018 to 2021 - Australian Association of Gerontology (AAG) [Member, Student and Early Career Group Conference committee, 03.2019 – 11.2019]
  • 2016 to 2021 - European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM)
  • 2016 to 2021 - Music, Mind and Wellbeing, University of Melbourne
  • 2013 to 2021 - Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC)
  • 2012 to 2021 - Society for Education, Music, and Psychology Research (SEMPRE) [Board Member, 10.2014 – 12.2018]
  • 2012 to 2021 - Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS) [Ordinary Member, 07.2018 – 07.2020; Secretary, 07.2020 – Present]
  • 2012 to 2021 - American Psychological Association (APA)
  • 2015 to 2019 - International Society for Music Education (ISME)
Other
  • 2017 - Data Storytelling Training Workshop, The University of Melbourne
  • 2017 - Grants Development Training, University of Melbourne
  • 2017 - Melbourne Teaching Certificate, University of Melbourne
  • 2017 - Media Profile Training, University of Melbourne
Publications

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Australian Association of Gerontology - Hal Kendig Research Development Program

Radio relationships and well-being in older age

Indicative Funding
$19,898 over 2 years
Summary
This project addresses a need for non-invasive, cost-effective solutions to assist older Australians in managing their well-being. It aims to examine the role of radio relationships, including those developed between presenters and listeners and amongst presenters, in improving older Australians? psychosocial well-being. It seeks to explore how the radio can promote individual and community well-being using participatory methods and a multi-phase, mixed methods design. Expected outcomes include evidence relating to the characteristics of listening and production practices that enhance experiences of social connection and social well-being; and substantiating the mechanisms underpinning these benefits. An evidence-based resource will be produced.
Investigators
Amanda Krause (College of Healthcare Sciences)
Keywords
Radio; Listening; Wellbeing; Ageing; Media; Relationships
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  • 1 collaboration
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