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Manuel Anglada Tort

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E-Mail: m.angladatort [at] campus.tu-berlin.de

Tel: +49 30 314 24430

Room: H 3001A

 

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@AngladaTort

PhD Project

The Behavioural Economics of Music

This PhD project aims to create a solid understanding of the role that behavioural economics and the psychology of decision making can play to study music and aesthetics.

Supervisors: Prof Dr Stefan Weinzierl (TU Berlin), Dr Jochen Steffens (TU Berlin), and Prof Dr Daniel Müllensiefen (Goldsmiths, University of London).

Funding bodyStudienstiftung des deutschen Volkes

Research Interests

  • Bounded rationality in music perception and behaviour
  • Judgement and decision processes involving music
  • Musical memory and preferences over time
  • Cognitive biases and heuristics applied to aesthetic judgements
  • Social and applied music psychology
  • Audio branding and music in advertising

Curriculum Vitae

2019 - Lecturer in Music Psychology and Research Methods, Institut für Musikwissenchaft und Medienwissenchaft, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Since November 2017 - PhD studentship from the “Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes” (Bonn, Germany).

Since April 2017 - PhD Student at Technische Universität Berlin

2015-2017 – Special Needs Teacher, The Garden School, London, UK

2014-2015 - Msc in Music, Mind & Brain , Goldsmiths, University of London, London, UK. Main focus: music psychology and neuroscience, combining biological and cognitive aspects of musical behaviour

2009-2013 – BA in Psychology, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain. Main focus: research on cognitive science and psycholinguistics 

Publications

Scientific Journal Papers

Anglada-Tort, M., Thueringer, H., & Omigie, D. (2019): “The busking experiment: A field study measuring behavioural responses to street music performances”, Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain, 29(1), 46-55. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pmu0000236

Anglada-Tort, M., & Sanfilippo, K.R.M. (2019): “Visualizing music psychology: A bibliometric analysis of Psychology of Music, Music Perception, and Musicae Scientiae from 1973 to 2017”, Music & Science, 2, 2059204318811786. https://doi.org/10.1177/2059204318811786

Anglada-Tort, M. (2018): “Commentary on Canonne (2018): Listening to improvisation”, Empirical Musicology Review. http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/emr.v13i1-2.6387

Anglada-Tort, M., Baker, T., & Müllensiefen, D. (2018): “False memories in music listening: Exploring the misinformation effect and individual difference factors in auditory memory”, Memory, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1080/09658211.2018.1545858

Anglada-Tort, M., Steffens, J., & Müllensiefen, D. (2018, April 5): "Names and titles matter: The impact of linguistic fluency and the affect heuristic on aesthetics and value judgements of music" Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. Advance online publication. https://dx.doi.org/10.1037/aca0000172

Anglada-Tort, M., & Müllensiefen, D. (2017): “The repeated recording illusion: The effects of extrinsic and individual difference factors on musical judgements Music Perception, 35(1), 94-117.

Ferré., P., Anglada-Tort, M., Guasch, M. (2017): “Processing of emotional words in bilinguals: Testing the effects of Word concreteness, task type and language status” Second Language Research, 1- 24, https://doi.org/10.1177/0267658317744008

 

Conference Papers

Anglada-Tort, M., Steffens, J. & Müllensiefen, D. (2019). The Behavioral Economics of Music. Prague Conference on Behavioral Science (PCBS), Prague, Czech Republic.

Anglada-Tort, M. & Müllensiefen, D. (2019). The Repeated Recording Illusion. Again & Again. Musical Repetition in Aesthetics, Analysis, and Experience. London, UK.

Anglada-Tort, M., Keller, S., Steffens, J., & Müllensiefen, D. (2018): “Source-Effekte, ästhetische Bewertung und geschätzte Lizenzkosten im Kontext von Werbemusik”, 34. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Musikpsychologie (DGM), Gießen, Germany.

Anglada-Tort, M., Keller, S., Steffens, J., & Müllensiefen, D. (2018): “Consider the source: The effects of source bias on professional assessment of music quality and worth”. The 15th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition combined with the 10th triennial conference of the European Society for the cognitive Sciences of Music (ICMPC15-ESCOM10), Graz, Austria.

Anglada-Tort, M. & Sanfilippo, K.R. (2018): “Visualizing Music Psychology: Who, What, When, and Where?”. The 15th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition combined with the 10th triennial conference of the European Society for the cognitive Sciences of Music (ICMPC15-ESCOM10), Graz, Austria.

Baker, T., Anglada-Tort, M., & Müllensiefen, D. (2018): “How reliable is memory for music? Exploring false memories in music listening”. The 15th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition combined with the 10th triennial conference of the European Society for the cognitive Sciences of Music (ICMPC15-ESCOM10), Graz, Austria.

Anglada-Tort, M., & Müllensiefen, D. (2017): “Does the Fluency of Artists and Songs’ Names Matter? The Effect of Linguistic Fluency on Evaluations of Music” European Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM), Ghent, Belgium

Krause, A., Anglada-Tort, M., & North, A. (2017): “Gender and Pop Music Lyrics” European Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM), Ghent, Belgium

Anglada-Tort, M., & Müllensiefen, D. (2016): “The Song Remains the Same: Biases in Musical Judgements and the Illusion of Hearing Different Songs” 14th International Conference of Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC), San Francisco, USA 

Anglada-Tort, M., & Müllensiefen, D. (2014): “Am I Listening to the Same Song?” International conference of students of systematic musicology (SYSMUS), Leipzig, Germany

Audio Branding

2018-2019

SONOS - Wireless Speakers and Home Sound Systems: "The science of listening: How brilliant sound makes for better living". https://blog.sonos.com/en/brilliant-sound-survey/

Aldi (UK) and SoundOUT (UK): “The sound of Aldi UK: Finding a new sonic identity for Aldi UK and identify optimal songs through SoundOUT’s music pre-testing tool kit”

2016-2017

iV Audio Branding (Nashville, USA): “An examination of Crossmodally Congruent Relationships Between sound, Flavour and Mood”. http://ivaudiobranding.com/portfolio_cadbury.php

Adam & Eve DDB (London, UK) and Goldsmiths, University of London (UK): “Brand Equity, The Halo Effect and their Effect on Music Preferneces and Emotional Music Perception”

 

 

Project Supervision

Current 

“Do people know what music they like? Predicting changes in listeners’ music preferences (2019-2020)” – Pattera Sutanthavibul (Final project of the MSc in Music, Mind and Brain, Goldsmiths, University of London), Manuel Anglada-Tort and (TU Berlin) and Prof Dr Prof Dr Daniel Müllensiefen (Goldsmiths).

Completed

"The busking experiment: Measuring people's behavioral responses to street music performances (2018-2019)" - Heather Thuering (Final project of the MSc in Music, Mind and Brain, Goldsmiths, University of London), Manuel Anglada-Tort and (TU Berlin), and Dr Diana Omigie (Goldsmiths).

"To what extent can humans evaluate music performances? An individual difference test on the reliability of musical judgements (2018-2019)" - Emily-Beth Hill (Final project of the MSc in Music, Mind and Brain, Goldsmiths, University of London), Manuel Anglada-Tort (TU Berlin), and Prof Dr Daniel Müllensiefen (Goldsmiths).

"Sonic strategy: Consumer choice behaviour, music, and the recognition heuristic (2018-2019)" - Kerry Schofield (Final project of the MSc in Music, Mind and Brain, Goldsmiths, University of London), Manuel Anglada-Tort (TU Berlin), Tabitha Trahan (SoundOUT), and Prof Dr Daniel Müllensiefen (Goldsmiths).

"Choosing music and the recognition heuristic (2018-2019)" - Till Noé (Final project of the MSc in Audio Communication and Technology, Technische Universität Berlin), Manuel Anglada-Tort, and Dr Jochen Steffens (TU Berlin).

"How Reliable is Memory for Music? A Study into the Misinformation Effect (2017)" - Thomas Baker (Final project of the MSc in Music, Mind and Brain, Goldsmiths, University of London), Manuel Anglada-Tor,t and Prof Dr Daniel Müllensiefen (Goldsmiths).

"Brand Equity, The Halo Effect and their Effect on Music Preferences and Emotional Music Perception (2016)" - Björn Thorleifsson (Final project of the MSc in Consumer Behaviour, Goldsmiths, University of London), Manuel Anglada-Tort, Prof Dr Daniel Müllensiefen (Goldsmiths), and Les Binet (Head of Effectiveness at Adam & Eve DDB, London, UK).

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