VITA

EDUCATION:

1956  Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY

1957  College of Eastern Utah, Price, UT

1959  Brigham Young University (Highest Honors), Provo, UT

1960  Brigham Young University, Provo, UT

1963 Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

 

PREVIOUS ACADEMIC POSITIONS:

Carbon County School District - Director of Bands, Helper City Schools, Helper, UT, 1955-57

Brigham Young University - Acting Director, Cougar Marching Band - Varsity Concert Band, Provo, UT, 59-60

PRESENT POSITION:

Florida State University

1960 - Graduate Assistant

1961 - Instructor

1964 - Assistant Professor

1969 - Associate Professor

1973 - Professor

1985 - Daisy Flory Parker Alumni Professor


1988 - Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor

1990 - University Distinguished Teacher Professor

Administration:

Coordinator of Music Education/Music Therapy/Contemporary Studies, 1977-Present

Acting Director of Music Therapy, 1966-67

Music Ensembles:

Associate Director, Concert Band - Marching Chiefs, 1963-65

Conductor, Brass Choir, 1963; Guest Conductor, Symphonic Band, 1961-65

Performances, State Symphony, 1963; Symphonic Band Tour, 1964

Teaching:

Experimental Research in Music (Graduate)

Seminar in Contemporary Instructional Techniques (Graduate)

Psychology of Music, Survey - Research - Laboratory (Graduate - Undergraduate)

Curriculum Studies in Music Education (Graduate)

Classroom Management (Undergraduate)

Behavior Modification in Music (Graduate)

Practicum in Music (Graduate)

Developments in Music Education Curricula (Graduate)

College Teaching - Curriculum in Higher Education (Guest, Department of Higher Education)

Applied Trumpet, Horn, and Lower Brass

Music Education Methods and Materials (Instrumental - Elementary)

College of Music Activities:

Audiovisual Committee, 1962-70

Curriculum Revision Committee, 1966-67

Recital Examination Committee, 1966-68

Computer Usage Committee, 1965-72

Research Committee, 1965-68

Committee on Grants, 1972

Graduate Faculty Steering Committee, 1975-78, 1979-86, 87-00

Committee to Develop a Student Evaluation of Faculty, 1991, Chair

NASM School of Music Accreditation Committee, 1998, 2008

Faculty Advisory Committee, 1967-Present

Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1971-Present (Chair, 1973-92, 94-Present)

Selection Committee for Dean, 1979, (Chair) 1993, (Chair) 2005, (Chair)

University Activities:

Faculty Senate, 1965-Present

Honors Counselor, Division of Basic Studies, 1963-Present

Planning Board, Experimental College, 1964-67

Representative, Student Evaluation of Faculty, 1965-66

Faculty Elections Committee, 1966-67

Selection Committee, Dean of Arts and Sciences, 1966

Faculty Honors Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, 1966-68

Academic Affairs Committee, 1966-68

Graduate Council, 1967-68

Selection Committee, Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1969

Executive Committee AAUP, 1970-72

Admissions Committee, 1970-73

Committee on Faculty Research Support, 1969-72

Graduate Research Council, 1972-74

Minority Affairs Associate, 1972-79

Equal Employment opportunity Committee, 1979-93

Divisional Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1974-77

Graduate Policy Council, 1974-77

Academic Review Monitoring Committee, 1975-76

Academic Reorganization Committee, 1975-78

Foundation Grants Advisory Committee, 1977-79

Selection Committee, Vice President for Academic Affairs, 1977

Committee on Faculty Sabbaticals, 1978-80

University Foundation, 1979-80

University Promotion and Tenure Committee, 1971-92; 93-Present

Steering Committee - Faculty Senate, 1972-74, 75-76, 77-87, 88-Present

State University System Faculty Forum, 1979-80

President, Faculty Senate, 1979-80

Ad hoc Committee on University Faculty Club, 1980

Selection Committee, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Chair, 1981

 

Advisory Board, Center for Professional Development and Public Service, 1981-97

Merit Pay Procedures Committee, Chair, 1984

Steering Committee, Institutional Self-Study SACS, 1982-84; 2002-04

Grievance Committee, 1984-87

University Council on Teaching, 1996-

Torch Awards Committee, 1997-

Strategic Planning and Budgeting, Review Committee, 1985-86

President's Teaching Awards Committee, Chair, 1986-89

Faculty Senate Budget Committee, 1987-97, 99-00

Committee to Review University Reorganization, 1988

Committee on Appointments, 1988-90

Student Athletic Fee Committee, 1991-92

Project Steering Committee - Administrative Organization and Operations, 1989

Presidential search Advisory Committees, 1997, 1991, 1993, 2002, 2009

Board of Regents Promotion and Tenure Advisory Committee, Chair, 1995

Advisory Committee for Short-Course Rule, 1995

Advisory Committee for Excess Degree Requirements, 1996

Review of Undergraduate Studies Committee, 1996

Committee on the Future, 1997-98

Ad Hoc Evaluation Committee, 1998

Francis Eppes Selections Advisory Committee, Chair, 1998-

Committee to Review the Center for Professional Development, 2001-02

University Budget Committee, 2000-Present (Faculty Chair since 2004)

Florida Board of Education, Committee on Accountability, 2002

AWARDS AND HONORS:

Eagle Scout, Troop #238 Price Utah
Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Kappa Lambda
Omicron Delta Kappa
Gold Medal - Most Outstanding Graduate, College of Eastern Utah
Keeler Award - Most Outstanding Musician, Brigham Young University
Klein Memorial Scholarship, Brigham Young University
Rocky Mountain Forensics Invitational: 1st Place - Men's Oratory
Rocky Mountain Forensics Invitational: 1st Place - Impromptu Speaking
Phi Rho Pi National Speech Meet; Finalist Debate - Men's Oratory
Tau Beta Sigma (Honorary Member)
Kappa Kappa Psi (1st Honorary Member at Florida State University)
Who's Who in American Education
Outstanding Educators of America
Leaders in Education
Dictionary of International Biography
Men of Achievement
Who’s Who in America
International Who's Who in Music
President's Teaching Award, The Florida State University
Personalities of America
The World Who's Who of Musicians
International Who's Who in Education
International Directory of Distinguished Leadership
Who's Who in the World
Ross Oglesby Award
President's Council for Excellence in College Teaching
Special Recognition Award for Research, SEC-NAMT, 1st Recipient
Guardian of the Flame Faculty Award, The Florida State University, 1st Group of Recipients
University Distinguished Teaching Professor, The Florida State University, 1st Group of Recipients
Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Award, The Florida State University, 1st Group of Recipients
Honorary Doctorate, Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah, Price UT.

Highest Awards Given in Field

Publications Award, National Association for Music Therapy, 1st Recipient
Senior Researcher Award, Music Educators National Conference, 1st Recipient
Award of Merit, National Association for Music Therapy, 1st Recipient
Presidential Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Music Therapy, National Association for Music Therapy
Distinguished Service to Music Medal, Highest Honor Bestowed by Kappa Kappa Psi (National Band Fraternity)
Outstanding Music Therapy Pioneer Award (for establishing one of five international models of music therapy), World Federation of Music Therapy
Music Educators National Conference Hall of Fame
Lowell Mason Fellow, Music Educators National Conference
Lifetime Achievement Award, American Association for Music Therapy

PUBLICATIONS:

  1. Madsen, C. K. (1962). A study of directional harmonic minor scale solo performance. Utah Music Educator, 7(1), 13.
  2. Madsen, C. K. (1964). Creating the ideal image. Instrumentalist, 19(2), 55; 74.
  3. Madsen, C. K. (1965). Experimental research in applied music. Music Educators Journal, 51(6), 63-64.
  4. Madsen, C. K. & Mears, W. G. (1965). The effect of sound upon the tactile threshold of deaf subjects. Journal of Music Therapy, 2(2), 64-68.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Standley, J. M. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Research in Music Therapy: A Tradition of Excellence. Outstanding Reprints from the Journal of Music Therapy (pp. 637-642). Silver Spring, MD: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., 1994.
  5. Madsen, C. K. (1965). Individual responsibility - fact or fantasy. Improving College and University Teaching, 13(4), 206-207.
  6. Madsen, C. K. (1965). A new music therapy curriculum. Journal of Music Therapy, 2(3), 83-85.
  7. Madsen, C. K. (1965). Toward a scientific approach. NATS Bulletin, 22(2), 22-23; 34.
  8. Madsen, C. K. & Carter, C. (1965). F.S.U. Victory Song. Tallahassee, FL: The Florida State University.
  9. Madsen, C. K. (1966). The effect of scale direction on pitch acuity in solo vocal performance. Journal of Research in Music Education, 14(4), 266-275.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H. E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 263-272). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
  10. Madsen, C. K. (1967). Intonation in scalar vocal performance. NATS Bulletin, 23(4), 4; 6-7.
  11. Madsen, C. K., Cotter, V. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. (1968). A behavioral approach to music therapy. Journal of Music Therapy, 5(3), 69-71.
  12. Madsen, C. K. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. (1968). Music as a behavior modification technique with a juvenile delinquent. Journal of Music Therapy, 5(3), 72-76.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Standley, J. M. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Research in Music Therapy: A Tradition of Excellence. Outstanding Reprints from the Journal of Music Therapy (pp. 585-590). Silver Spring, MD: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., 1994.
  13. Madsen, C. H., Jr., Madsen, C. K., Hoffman, M., Thomas, D. R. & Koropsak, B. (1969). Comparisons of toilet training techniques. In D. M. Gelfand (Ed.), Social learning in childhood: Readings in theory and applications (pp. 124-132). Belmont, CA: Brooks-Cole Publishing Co.
  14. Michel, D. E. & Madsen, C. K. (1969). Examples of research in music therapy as a function of undergraduate education. Journal of Music Therapy, 6(1), 22-25.
  15. Madsen, C. K., Wolfe, D.E. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. (1969). The effect of reinforcement and directional scalar methodology on intonational improvement. Council for Research in Music Education, 18, 22-33.
  16. Madsen, C. K., Edmonson, F. A. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. (1969). Modulated frequency discrimination in relationship to age and musical training. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 46(6), 1468-1472.
  17. Madsen, C. K. (1970). Professor John Jones 102. Improving College and University Teaching, 18(3), 191-192.
  18. Madsen C. H., Jr., Madsen, C. K. & Driggs, D. R. (1970). Freeing teachers to teach. In H. C. Richard (Ed.), Behavior intervention in human problems (pp. 61-75). New York, NY: Pergamon Press.
  19. Madsen, C. K. & Franklin, A. D. (1970). Philosophies in conflict. The Music Journal, 28(6), 49-51.
  20. Madsen, C. H., Jr., Madsen, C. K., et al. (1970). Classroom RAID: (rules, approval, ignore, disapproval): A cooperative approach for professionals and volunteers. Journal of School Psychology, 8(3), 180-185.
  21. Madsen, C. K. (1971). How reinforcement techniques work. Music Educators Journal, 57(8), 38-41.
  22. Madsen, C. K. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. (1971). Behavior modification. The Instructor, 81(2), 47-56.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Torrance, E. P. & White, W. F. (1975). Issues and advances in educational psychology (rev. add.). F. E. Peacock, Inc.
      2. Hass, C., et al. (1973). Readings in curriculum (3rd Edition.). Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
      3. Roberts, T. B. (Ed.). (1974). Four psychologies applied to education. Schenkman Publishing Co.
  23. Madsen, C. K. (1971, April). The music therapy internship. SEC-NAMT Newsletter, 6.
  24. Hanser, S. & Madsen, C. K. (1972). Comparisons of graduate and undergraduate research in music therapy. Journal of Music Therapy, 9(2), 88-93.
  25. Madsen, C. K. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. (1972). Selection of music listening or candy as a function of contingent versus noncontingent reinforcement and scale singing. Journal of Music Therapy, 9(4), 190-198.
  26. Madsen, C. K. & Forsythe, J. L. (1973). Effect of contingent music listening on increases of mathematical responses. Journal of Research in Music Education, 21(2), 176-181.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H. E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 505-510). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
  27. Madsen, C. K. (1973, January). Guest editorial. SEC-NAMT Newsletter, 1.
  28. Madsen, C. K. (1973). Values versus techniques: An analysis of behavior modification. Phi Delta Kappan, 54(9), 598-601.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Xerox Individualized Publishing, Lexington, MA, 1975.
      2. Warga, R.G. The psychology of personal adjustment, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1974, 2nd ed. 1979.
      3. Mueller, R. J. (Ed.). Readings in classroom learning and perception, Prager Publishers, 1974.
      4. Quest Consortium Resource Notebook, Critical questions in education, American Federation of Teachers, Washington, DC, 1974.
      5. Creative educational materials, DeKalb IL, 1975.
      6. MSS Information Corporation, New York, NY, 1976.
      7. Curriculum Planning: A New Approach, 6th Edition, Allyn & Bacon, Inc. 1992.
      8. Curriculum Planning: A Contemporary Approach, 7th Edition, Allyn & Bacon, Inc. 1999.
  29. Madsen, C. K. (1974). Sharpness and flatness in scalar solo vocal performance. Science Del'art-Scientific Aesthetics, tome, 9(1-2), 91-97.
  30. Madsen, C. K. (1974). No one knows research but me. Journal of Music Therapy, 11(4), 169-180.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Standley, J. M. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Research in Music Therapy: A Tradition of Excellence. Outstanding Reprints from the Journal of Music Therapy (pp. 157-169). Silver Spring, MD: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., 1994.
  31. Madsen, C. H., Jr., Madsen, C. K. & Thompson, F. (1974). Increasing rural head start children's consumption of middle-class meals. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 7(2), 257-262.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Willis, I. & Giles, D. (1976). Great experiments in behavior modification, Hackett Publishing Co., Inc.
  32. Madsen, C. K., Michel, D. E. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. (1975). The use of music stimuli in teaching language discrimination. In Research in music behavior (pp.182-190). New York, NY: Teachers College Press, Columbia University.
  33. Madsen, C. K. & Yarbrough, C. (1975). The effect of experimental design on the isolation of dependent and independent variables. In Research in music behavior (pp. 226-243). New York, NY: Teachers College Press, Columbia University.
  34. Madsen, C. K., Moore, R. S., Wagner, M. J. & Yarbrough, C. (1975). A comparison of music as reinforcement for correct mathematical responses versus music as reinforcement for attentiveness. Journal of Music Therapy, 12(2), 84-95.
  35. Madsen, C. K., Dorow, L. G., Moore, R. S. & Womble, J. U. (1976). Effect of music via television as reinforcement for correct mathematics. Journal of Research in Music Education, 24(2), 51-59.
  36. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1976). Preferences for trumpet tone quality versus intonation. Council for Research in Music Education, 46, 13-22.
  37. Madsen, C. H., Jr. & Madsen, C. K. (1976). Teaching and discipline. In R. A. Allred (Ed.), Education (pp. 10-22). Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press.
  38. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1976). Choice of televised music lessons versus free play in relationship to academic improvement. Journal of Music Therapy, 13(4), 154-162.
  39. Madsen, C. K. (1978). Theory versus practice: A psychology of music survey. Journal of Music Therapy, 15(1), 2-8.
  40. Madsen, C. K. (1978). Research on research: An evaluation of research presentations. Journal of Music Therapy, 15(2), 67-73.
  41. Madsen, C. K. (1979). Modulated beat discrimination among musicians versus nonmusicians. Journal of Research in Music Education, 27(2), 57-67.
  42. Madsen, C. K. (1979). The effect of music subject matter as reinforcement for correct mathematics. Council for Research in Music Education, 59, 54-58.
  43. Madsen, C. K. & Wolfe, D. E. (1979). The effect of interrupted music and incompatible responses on bodily movement and music attentiveness. Journal of Music Therapy, 16(1), 17-30.
  44. Madsen, C. K. & Alley, J. M. (1979). The effect of reinforcement on attentiveness: A comparison of behaviorally trained music therapists and other professionals with implications for competency-based academic preparation. Journal of Music Therapy, 16(2), 70-82.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Standley, J. M. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Research in Music Therapy: A Tradition of Excellence. Outstanding Reprints from the Journal of Music Therapy (pp. 840-853). Silver Spring, MD: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc. , 1994.
  45. Madsen, C. H., Jr. & Madsen, C. K. (1980). A positive approach to classroom management. Early Years, 10(8).
  46. Madsen, C. K. (1981). Music lessons and books as reinforcement alternatives for an academic task. Journal of Research in Music Education, 29(2), 103-110.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H. E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 511-518). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
  47. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1981). The effect of a distraction index on improving practice attentiveness and musical performance. Council for Research in Music Education, 66-67, 46-52.
  48. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1981). Verbal and operant discrimination–preference for tone quality and intonation. Psychology of Music, 9(1), 26-30.
  49. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1981). Discrimination between tone quality and intonation in unaccompanied flute/oboe duets. Journal of Research in Music Education, 29(4), 305-313.
  50. Madsen, C. K. (1982). Graduate versus undergraduate scholarship: What should be our expectations? College Music Symposium, 22(1), 73-77.
  51. Madsen, C. K. (1982). The effect of contingent teacher approval and withholding music performance on improving attentiveness. Psychology of Music, Special issue, 76-81.
  52. Madsen, C. K. & Flowers, P. (1983). Effect of tuning in an attempt to compensate for pitch/quality errors in flute/oboe duets. Contributions to Music Education, 9, 2-9.
  53. Madsen, C. K. & Staum, M. J. (1983). Discrimination and interference in the recall of melodic stimuli. Journal of Research in Music Education, 31(1), 15-31.
  54. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1983). Attending behavior as a function of in-class activity in university music classes. Journal of Music Therapy, 20(1), 30-38.
  55. Madsen, C. K. (1983). Ideas versus behavior: Comparisons of children and adults' ability to specify measurable behavior. Journal of Music Therapy, 20(4), 170-178.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Standley, J. M. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Research in Music Therapy: A Tradition of Excellence. Outstanding Reprints from the Journal of Music Therapy (pp. 872-881). Silver Spring, MD: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., 1994.
  56. Madsen, C. K. (1984). Some beginnings of applied behavior analysis in music education and music therapy. In W.L. Heward, et al., Focus on Applied Behavior Analysis in Education (pp. 1-13). Charles E. Merrill.
  57. Madsen, C. K., Duke, R.A. & Geringer, J. M. (1984). Pitch and tempo discrimination in recorded band music among wind and percussion musicians. Journal of Band Research, 20(1), 20-29.
  58. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1984). Pitch and tempo discrimination in recorded orchestral music among musicians and nonmusicians. Journal of Research in Music Education, 32(3), 195-204.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H. E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 253-262). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
  59. Madsen, C. K. & Furman, C. E. (1984). Graduate versus undergraduate scholarship: Research acquisition and dissemination. Journal of Music Therapy, 21(4), 170-176.
  60. Madsen, C. K. (1985). Developing a research agenda: Issues concerning implementation. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the National Association of Schools of Music, 60, 37-43.
  61. Madsen, C. K. (1985). Making research apply to your classroom. Music Educators Journal, 71(8), 18-19.
  62. Madsen, C. K. (1985). Research in music for the handicapped. Music Education for the Handicapped, 1(1), 25-28.
  63. Madsen, C. K. & Duke, R. A. (1985). Perception of approval/ disapproval in music education. Council for Research in Music Education, 85, 119-130.
  64. Madsen, C. K. & Duke, R. A. (1985). Observation of approval/ disapproval feedback in music: Perception versus actual classroom events. Journal of Research in Music Education, 33(3), 205-214.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H. E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 399-408). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
  65. Madsen, C. K. (1986). Research and music therapy: The necessity for transfer. Journal of Music Therapy, 23(2), 50-55.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Standley, J. M. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Research in Music Therapy: A Tradition of Excellence. Outstanding Reprints from the Journal of Music Therapy (pp. 882-887). Silver Spring, MD: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., 1994.
  66. Madsen, C. K., Duke, R. A. & Geringer, J. M. (1986). The effect of speed alterations on tempo note selection. Journal of Research in Music Education, 34(2), 101-110.
  67. Duke, R. A., Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1986). The effect of speed alterations on high school musicians' tempo note selections. Journal of Band Research, 21(2), 37-46.
  68. Madsen, C. K. (1987). Background music: Competition for focus of attention. In Applications of Research in Music Behavior (pp. 315-325). Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.
  69. Madsen, C. K. (1987). Research in music: Science or art? Design for Arts in Education, 88(5), 10-14.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Ana Lucia Frega (Trans.). Centro de Investigacion in Education Musical 3, No.8, (pp 5-10). Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1996.
  70. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1987). Programmatic research in music: Perception and performance of intonation. In Applications of Research in Music Behavior (pp. 244-253). Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.
  71. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1987). Pitch and tempo preferences in recorded popular music. In Applications of Research in Music Behavior (pp. 204-212). Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.
  72. Madsen, C. K. & Duke, R. A. (1987). The effect of teacher training on the ability to recognize need for giving approval for appropriate student behavior. Council for Research in Music Education, 91, 103-109.
  73. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1987). An investigation of transfer: Music education research and applied instruction. Council for Research in Music Education, 91, 45-49.
  74. Madsen, C. K. & Prickett, C. A. (1987). Graduate versus undergraduate scholarship: A comparison of essay responses concerning professional responsibilities of music teachers. Journal of Research in Music Education, 35(3), 191-197.
  75. Madsen, C. K. & Sims, W. L. (1987). The effect of long-term versus short-term training on the ability of music students to differentiate behavioral principles. Journal of the International Association of Music for the Handicapped, 3(1), 3-15.
  76. Standley, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1987). Intensity as an attribute of effective therapist/client interaction. Quodlibet, Summer, 15-21.
  77. Duke, R. A., Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1988). Effect of tempo on pitch perception. Journal of Research in Music Education, 36(2), 108-125.
  78. Madsen, C. K. (1988). Intensity as an attribute of effective teaching. Research in Music Education: A Festschrift for Arnold Bentley. Anthony Kemp (Ed.) ISME, Edition Two, 45-52.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Casey, J. L. Teaching Techniques and Insights for Instrumental Music Teachers. Chicago, IL: GIA Publications, 1991; 2nd Edition, 1993.
  79. Madsen, C. K. (1988). The relationship of teacher on-task to perceived teacher effectiveness. Current Issues in Music Education, 13, 2-8.
  80. Madsen, C. K. (1988). Senior researcher award acceptance address. Journal of Research in Music Education, 36(3), 133-139.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H .E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 3-5). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
  81. Madsen, C. K., Smith, D. S. & Feeman, C. C. (1988). The use of music in cross-age tutoring within special education settings. Journal of Music Therapy, 25(3), 135-144.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Standley, J. M. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Research in Music Therapy: A Tradition of Excellence. Outstanding Reprints from the Journal of Music Therapy (pp. 591-601). Silver Spring, MD: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., 1994.
  82. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1989). The relationship of teacher "on-task" to intensity and effective music teaching. Canadian Music Educator, 30(2), 87-94.
  83. Madsen, C. K. & Darrow, A. A. (1989). The relationship between music aptitude and sound conceptualization of the visually impaired. Journal of Music Therapy, 26(2), 71-78.
  84. Madsen, C. K., Standley, J. M. & Cassidy, J. W. (1989). Demonstration and recognition of high and low contrasts in teacher intensity. Journal of Research in Music Education, 37(2), 85-92.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H. E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 263-272). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
  85. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1989). Pitch and tone quality discrimination and preference: Evidence for a hierarchical model of musical elements. Canadian Music Educator, 30(2), 29-38.
  86. Madsen, C. K. (1990). Teacher intensity in relationship to music education. Council for Research in Music Education, 104, 38-46.
  87. Madsen, C. K. (1990). Mentoring. Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the National Association of Schools of Music, 78, 69-72.
  88. Madsen, C. K. (1990). Measuring musical response. Music Educators Journal, 77(3), 26-28.
  89. Standley, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1990). Comparison of infant preferences and responses to auditory stimuli: Music, mother and other female voice. Journal of Music Therapy, 27(2), 54- 97.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Standley, J. M. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Research in Music Therapy: A Tradition of Excellence. Outstanding Reprints from the Journal of Music Therapy (pp. 680-713). Silver Spring, MD: National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., 1994.
  90. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1990). Differential patterns of music listening: Focus of attention of musicians versus nonmusicians. Council for Research in Music Education, 105, 45-57.
  91. Madsen, C. K. (1990). La investigacion musical: Una aproximacion a metodos y resultados in Pedagogia Musical (pp. 75-80). Ana Lucia Frega, compiladora. Chile, SA: Marymar.
  92. Madsen, C. K., Capperella-Sheldon, D. A. & Johnson, C. M. (1991). Use of the continuous response digital interface (CRDI) in evaluating music responses of special populations. Journal of the International Association of Music for the Handicapped, 6(2), 3-15.
  93. Duke, R. A., Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1991). Performance of perceived beat in relation to age and music training. Journal of Research in Music Education, 39(1), 35-45.
  94. Madsen, C. K., Standley, J. M. & Gregory, D. (1991). The effect of a vibrotactile device, SomatronÔ, on physiological and psychological responses: Musicians versus nonmusicians. Journal of Music Therapy, 28(1), 14-22.
  95. Duke, R. A. & Madsen, C. K. (1991). Proactive versus reactive teaching: Focusing Observation on Specific Aspects of Instruction. Council for Research in Music Education, 108, 1-14.
  96. Standley, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1991). observation procedure to differentiate teaching experience and expertise in music education. Journal of Research in Music Education, 39(1), 5-11.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H. E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 392-398). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
  97. Madsen, C. K. (1991). Die Bildung musikalischer Vorstellungen bei Behinderten. In Helmut Moog (Ed.) Musizieren mit Behinderten: Forschung, Didaktik, Transfer (pp. 9-20). Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main.
  98. Madsen, C. K. & Jellison, J. A. (1991). Forschung im Bereiche der Musik in der Sondererziehung. In Helmut Moog (Ed.) Musizieren mit Behinderten: Forschung, Didaktik, Transfer (pp. 73-88). Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main.
  99. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1991). Toward a hierarchy of musical elements: Two descriptive studies. Canadian Music Educator, 33, 27-35. Special ISME Research Edition.
  100. Madsen, C. K., Geringer, J. M. & Heller, J. (1991). Comparison of good versus bad intonation of accompanied and unaccompanied vocal and string performances using a Continuous Response Digital Interface (CRDI). Canadian Music Educator, 33, 123-130. Special ISME Research Edition.
  101. Madsen, C. K., Standley, J. M., Byo, J. & Cassidy, J. W. (1992). Relationship between student teachers' self-analysis and experts' analysis of teaching behaviors. Update, 10(2), 20-24.
  102. Geringer, J. M., Duke, R.A. & Madsen, C. K. (1992). Musicians' perception of beat note: Regions of beat change in modulating tempos. Council for Research in Music Education, 114, 21-33.
  103. Madsen, C. K. (1993). Developing prospective music teachers. In Musik und Heilpädagogik: Festschrift für Helmut Moog zum 65. Geburtstag, Annette Langen/Walter Piel (Hrsg.) (pp. 209-220). Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main.
  104. Madsen, C. K., Brittin, R. V. & Capperella-Sheldon, D. A. (1993). An empirical method for measuring the aesthetic experience to music. Journal of Research in Music Education, 41(1), 57-69.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Price, H. E. (Ed.) Music Education Research: An Anthology from the Journal of Research in Music Education (pp. 263-272). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 1998.
      2. Boletin De Investigacion Educativo-Musical (pp10-18) Abril De 2001, Ano 8, No. 22.
  105. Madsen, C. K., Byrnes, S. R., Capperella-Sheldon, D. A. & Brittin, R. V. (1993). Aesthetic response to music: Musicians vs. nonmusicians. Journal of Music Therapy, 30(3), 174-191.
  106. Madsen, C. K. & Fredrickson, W. E. (1993). The experience of musical tension: A replication of Nielsen's research using the continuous response digital interface. Journal of Music Therapy, 30(1), 46-63.
  107. Madsen, C. K. & Duke, R. A. (1993). Selection and development of prospective music teachers. Journal of Music Teacher Education, 3(1), 5-11.
  108. Geringer, J. M., Madsen, C. K. & Duke, R. A. (1993/1994). Perception of beat note change in modulating tempos. Council for Research in Music Education, 119, 49-57.
  109. Madsen, C. K., Geringer, J. M. & Heller, J. (1993/1994). Comparison of good versus bad tone quality of accompanied and unaccompanied vocal and string performances. Council for Research in Music Education, 119, 93-100.
  110. Madsen, C. K. (1994). A research agenda from a personal perspective. General Music Today, 7(2), 13-18.
  111. Madsen, C. K. (1994). Qualitative methodologies in music education: Reflections and predictions. Council for Research in Music Education, 122, 111-117.
  112. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (1995/1996). Focus of attention to elements: Listening patterns of musicians and nonmusicians. Council for Research in Music Education, 127, 80-87.
  113. Madsen, C. K. (1996). Empirical investigation of the aesthetic response to music: Musicians and nonmusicians. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. Montreal, Canada, 103-110.
  114. Madsen, C. K. & Gregory, D. (1997). Use of technology in understanding ‘aesthetic response’ in music,” Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium, Research Alliance for Institutes of Music Education. Tallahassee, Fl.
  115. Madsen, C. K. (1997). Focus of attention and aesthetic response to music. Journal of Research in Music Education, 45, 80-89.
  116. Madsen, C. K. (1997). Teaching and learning in the music classroom. Trans. D. P. de Gratzer. Boletin De Investigation Educativo-Musical. Ano 4, 3-9.
  117. Madsen, C. K., Geringer, J. M., & Fredrickson, W. E. (1997). Focus of attention to musical elements in Haydn’s Symphony #104. Council for Research in Music Education, 133, 57-63.
  118. Madsen, C. K. (1997). Emotional response to music. Psychomusicology,16, 59-67.
  119. Madsen, C. K. (1997). Emotional response to music as measured by the two-dimensional CRDI. Journal of Music Therapy, 34, 187-199.
  120. Madsen, C. K. (1998). Analisis de investigation: La habilidad para transfer, Eufonia: La invertigacion en musica, 10, 23-34.
  121. Madsen, C. K., (1998). Emotion versus tension in Haydn's Symphony #104 as measured by the two-dimensional Continuous Response Digital Interface. Journal of Research in Music Education,46, 546-554.
  122. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K., (1998). Musicians' ratings of good versus bad vocal and string performances. Journal of Research in Music Education,46, 522-534.
  123. Madsen, C. K., & Kaiser, K.A. (1999). Pre-internship fears of student teachers, Update,17 (2) 27-32.
  124. Madsen, C. K., & Duke, R. A. (1999). First remembrances of music. General Music Today, 13, (1) 19-22.
  125. Madsen C. K. & Kaiser, K. A. (1999). Pre-internship fears of music therapists, Journal of Music Therapy,36, 17-25.
  126. Madsen, C. K. (1999). Research in Music Behavior. Special Issue: Musings: Essays in honor of Bennett Reimer, Journal of Aesthetic Education,33, 77-92.
  127. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (1999). Comparison of good versus bad tone quality/intonation of vocal and string performances: Issues concerning measurement and reliability of the Continuous Response Digital Interface, Council for Research in Music Education,141, 86-92.
  128. Madsen, C. K. (2000). A personal perspective for research. Music Educators Journal, 86, May, 41-44.
    1. Reprinted:
    2. Fonder, M. (Ed.) The Grandmaster Series: Collected Thoughts of leaders in Twentieth Century Music Education (pp. 29-33). Reston, VA: Music Educators National Conference, 2003.
  129. Madsen, C. K. (2000). Music education: A future I would welcome. College Music Symposium, 40, 84-90.
  130. Madsen, C. K. (2000). Discrimination and Interference of Melodic Stimuli: Musically Trained and Untrained Adults versus children.” Sixth International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, CD, Ed., Woods, C., Keele, UK, August, 10 pp.
  131. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (2000/2001). Meaningful listening and focus of attention: A model. Council of Research in Music Education, 147, 103-108.
  132. Madsen, C. K. & Coggiola, J. C. (2001). The effect of manipulating a CRDI dial of the focus of attention of musicians/nonmusisians and perceived aesthetic response. Council of Research in Music Education, 149, 13-22.
  133. Geringer, J. M., Madsen, C. K. & Dunnigan, P. (2001). Tone quality versus intonation: Two extensions. Council of Research in Music Education, 148, 65-76.
  134. Madsen, C. K. (2001). A behavioral approach to music therapy. Cuadernos Interamericanos de Investigacion en Educacion Musical, 1, (2) 15-23.
  135. Madsen, C. K. & Hancock, C. B. (2002). Support for music education: A case study of issues concerning teacher retention and attrition. Journal of Research in Music Education, 50, 6-19.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Arts Education Policy Review,104, No. 1 September/October, 2002, 19-24.
  136. Madsen, C. K. & Madsen, K. (2002). Perception and cognition in music: Musically trained and untrained adults compared to sixth-grade and eight-grade children. Journal of Research in Music Education, 50, 111-130.
  137. Madsen, C. K. (2002). Future foundations of music education: Vision 2020. Bulletin De Investigacion Educativo-Musical, Centro de Investigacion in Education Musical, 9 (25), 3-15
  138. Madsen, C. K. & Goins, W. E. (2002). Internal versus external locus of control: Differences among music populations. Journal of Music Therapy, 39 265-273.
  139. Madsen, C. K., Kelly S. N. (2002). First remembrances of wanting to become a music teacher. Journal of Research in Music Education, 50, 323-332.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Kenneth H. Phillips, (ed) "Exploring Research in Music Education and Music Therapy." Oxford University Press, 2007, 285-294.
  140. Madsen, C. K. (2002). Music acoustics: Measurement of music responses. Proceeding of the International Symposium of Musical Acoustics, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico.
  141. Madsen, C. K. (2002). Advocacy statement: A rational for music education. Journal of the International Society for Music Education. 1 150-151.
  142. Madsen, C. K., Frega, A. L. & de Oliveira, A. (2002). Melodic perception of adolescent students in Argentina, Brazil and the United States. Council of Research in Music Education, 153/4, 42-47
  143. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (2003). Gradual tempo change and aesthetic response of music majors. International Journal of Music Education, 40, 3-15.
  144. Madsen, C. K. (2003). Instruction and supervision of graduate students in music education. Research Studies in Music Education, 21, 72-79.
  145. Madsen, C. K. (2003). The magic of motivation: Implications from the research literature. American Music Teacher, 53, 22-27.
  146. Madsen, C. K. (2003). Motivation: Putting it all together. American Music Teacher, 53, 50-53.
  147. Madsen, C. K. & Southall, J. K., (2004). The Continuous Response Digital Interface: Applications Pertaining to the Ongoing Measurement of Aesthetic Response to Music. Research Alliance of Institutes for Music Education, 7, 27-35.
  148. Madsen, C. K., (2004). A Thirty-year Follow-up Study of Actual Music Practice versus Estimated Practice. Journal of Research in Music Education, 52, 15-26.
  149. Geringer, J. M., Madsen, C. K., & Gregory, D. (2004). A fifteen-year history of the Continuous Response Digital Interface: Issues relating to validity and reliability. Council of Research in Music Education160, 1-15.
  150. Madsen, C K., & Geringer, J. M. (2004). Gradual pitch change and aesthetic response of music majors. Council of Research in Music Education 161/162135-143.
    1. Reprinted:
      1. Boletin De Investigacion Educativo-Musical, 13, #37, 30-36, 2006.
  151. Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, C. K. (2005). Music Majors’ Perception of Flugelhorn and Bb, C, Eb, and Piccolo Trumpets. Council of Research in Music Education, 166, 7-15.
  152. Madsen, C. K. & Napoles J. (2006). Long-term follow-up of music teacher’s evaluations by students, UPDATE, 24, 2 45-53.
  153. Madsen, C. K., & Napoles J. (2006). Problems in measuring non-verbal responses to music listening.
  154. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (2008). Musicians’ perceptions of conductors within context. Research Alliance of Institutions for Music Education: Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium, 15-24.
  155. Geringer, J. M., Madsen, C. K., MacLoed, R. B. & Droe, K. (2006). The effect of articulation style on perception of modulated tempo, Journal of Research in Music Education, 54 324-336.
  156. Madsen, C. K., Geringer, J. M. & Wagner, M. J. (2007). Context specificity in music perception of musicians, Psychology of Music 35, 441-451.
  157. Madsen, C. K., Plack, D. Dunnigan, P. (2007). The marching band as a recruiter for the university. Journal of Band Research 43, (1), 54-62.
  158. Madsen, C. K., (2007). Cliff Colnot: Master conductor/teacher. Florida Music Director, 60, 14-18.
  159. Geringer, J. M., Madsen, C. K., MacLoed, R. B. (2007). Effects of articulation styles on perception of modulated tempos in violin excerpts, International Journal of Research in Music Education, 25 (2), 165-176.
  160. Madsen, C. K., & Geringer, J. M. (2008). Reflections on Puccini’s La Bohème: Investigating a model for listening. Journal of Research in Music Education 56.32-42
  161. Napoles, J. & Madsen, C. K., (2008). Measurement of students’ emotional response to music. International Journal of Research in Music Education, 26 (1), 61-70.
  162. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (2008). Reflections on Puccini’s La Bohème: Investigating a model for listening. Journal of Research in Music Education, 56, 33-42.
  163. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (2008). Musicians’ perceptions of conductors within context. Research Alliance of Institutions for Music Education: Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium, 101-110.
  164. Madsen, C. K., Geringer, J. M. & Madsen, K. (2009). Adolescent musicians’ perception of conductors within musical context. Journal of Research in Music Education, 57, 16-25.
  165. Madsen, C. K., Madsen, C. H. Jr. & Madsen, R. A. (2009). Development and validation of a concise emotional inventory. Journal of Music Therapy, 46, 2-14.
  166. Price, H. Madsen, C. K., Cornacchio R. & Webb, M. (2010) Examination of the international scope of papers presented at the International Society for Music Education Research Commission Seminars, 1988-2006. Journal of Research in Music Education, 58. 90-96.
  167. Madsen, C. K. College students as cross-age tutors within an after-school program (in press). Journal of Music Teacher Education.
  168. Peterson, C. & Madsen, C. K. (in press).Encouraging cognitive connections and creativity in the music classroom . Music Educators Journal,
  169. Madsen, C. K., & Geringer, J. M. (in press). History and Development of Research using the CRDI" Bulletin De Investigacion Educativo-Musical, Centro de Investigacion in Education Musica.
  170. Madsen, C. K. & Geringer, J. M. (2008). Kindergarten through 12th grade student responses to 20th century music-investigating a model for meaningful listening. Research Alliance of Institutions for Music Education: Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium, 177-186.
  171. Madsen, C. K. Nonverbal measurement of responsiveness to music. (in press) Advances in Social-Psychology and Music Education Research SEMPRE Studies in the Psychology of Music.
  172. Madsen, C. K. Research Issues in Personal Music Identification (in press) McPherson, G. & Welch, G. (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Oxford University Press.
  173. Madsen, C. K. The value of professional organizations. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education,
  174. Madsen, C. K., From research to the general music classroom. (in press). Music Educators Journal
  175. Madsen, C. K., Music Education Students as Cross-Age Tutors in an After School Setting. Journal of Music Teacher Education.
  176. Fredrickson, W. E. & Madsen, C. K. Emotional differences between early and late degree program music teacher education students using a concise emotional inventory. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education.

PUBLICATIONS (REVIEWS & FORWARD TO BOOKS):

Madsen, C. K. Review: Cobes, C. J. (1972). The conditioning of a pitch response using uncertain singers. Council for Research in Music Education, 30, 28-29.

Madsen, C. K. Review: Cotter, V. W. (1972). Effects of music on mentally retarded girls' performance of manual tasks. Council for Research in Music Education, 27, 42-43.

Wagner, M. Introductory Musical Acoustics, 1st Edition, 1977, 2nd Edition, 1978, 3rd Edition, 1994. Contemporary Publishing Company of Raleigh, NC.

Kantorski, V. J. A Bibliography of Source Readings in Music Education, 1997. Harmonie Park Press, Warren, MI

Solomon, A. L., Davis W. B., & Heller, G. N. Historical Research in Music Therapy, 3rd Edition, 2002. The American Music therapy Association, Silver Spring, MD.

PUBLICATIONS (BOOKS):

Madsen, C. K. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. Experimental research in music. Prentice-Hall, 1970; 2nd Edition, Contemporary Publishing, Inc., 1978. Spanish translation by Ana Lucia Frega, Marymar, Buenos Aires, 1988. 3rd Edition, Contemporary Publishing Company Inc., 1997. 116 pp. Japanese translation, 3rd Edition, Fumio Kuribayashi, Ichibaku Shuppansha Publishing Co., Ltd., 2006.

Madsen, C. K. & Madsen, C. H. Jr. Teaching/discipline: Behavioral principles toward a positive approach. Allyn & Bacon, Inc., 1970, 2nd Edition, 1974; 3rd Edition, 1983; Contemporary Publishing Company, Inc., 4th Edition, 1998, 344 pp. Spanish translation by Dina Glatzer, Marymar, Buenos Aires, 2000.

Madsen, C. H., Jr. & Madsen, C. K. Teaching/discipline: A positive approach for educational development (Expanded second edition for professionals). Allyn & Bacon, 1974. 421 pp.

Madsen, C. K. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. Parents/children/discipline: A positive approach. Allyn & Bacon, Inc., 1972; Harlan Davidson, Inc., 1975. 213 pp.

Madsen, C. K. & Moore, R. S. Experimental research in music: Workbook in design and statistical tests. Contemporary Publishing Company Inc., 1974; 2nd Edition, 1978. 172 pp. Spanish translation by Orlando Musumeci, Republic of Argentina, Buenos Aires, 1995.

Madsen, C. K., Greer, R. D. & Madsen, C. H., Jr. (Eds.). Research in music behavior. Teachers College Press, New York, 1975. 277 pp.

Madsen, C. H., Jr., Madsen, C. K. & Oliveira, J. B. A. Engenharia comportamental, Companhia Editora Americana, Rio de Janeiro, 1975. 118 pp.

Madsen, C. K. & Kuhn, T. L. Contemporary music education. Harlan Davidson, Inc., 1978, 2nd Edition, Contemporary Publishing Company Inc, 1994; 186 pp.

Madsen, C. K. & Yarbrough, C. Competency-based music education. Prentice-Hall, 1980; Contemporary Publishing Company, Inc., 1985. 177 pp.

Madsen, C. K. Music therapy: A behavioral guide for working with the mentally retarded. National Association for Music Therapy, Inc., 1981. 150 pp.

Madsen, C. K. & Prickett, C. A. (Eds.). Applications of research in music behavior, University of Alabama Press, 1987. 370 pp.

Madsen, C. K., (Ed.) Vision 2020: The Housewright Symposium on Music Education, Music Educators National Conference, Reston, VA, 2000. 229 pp.

Madsen, C. K. Time, (manuscript in preparation), 2008.

EDITORIAL BOARDS:

Psychology of Music, 1989-1997

Journal of Music Therapy, 1974-2000

Journal of Band Research, 1982-1996

Council for Research in Music Education, 1990-2009

International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1991-Present

Journal of Research in Music Education, 1970-1976, 2000-2006

The Quarterly: Teaching and Learning in Music, 1991-1997

Psychological Reports, Consulting Reader, Volume, 81, 1997

Perceptual and Motor Skills, Consulting Reader, Volume, 85, 1997

International Journal of Music Education, Guest Editor, 30, 1998;

International Journal of Research in Music Education, 2010-

 

NATIONAL RESEARCH BOARDS:

Music Education Research Council, MENC, 2008-2014 (Chair, 1982-84)

National Research Committee, NAMT-AMTA, (Chair, 1978-present)

 

RESEARCH (SELECTED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS):

  1. "Tactile Effects of Sound," NAMT Regional Conference, Milledgeville, GA, 1962.
  2. "Marching Band Attitudes--National Survey," CBDNA, 1964. Presented by Manley R. Whitcomb, President, 1965.
  3. "Research in Music Therapy," NAMT Regional Conference, Milledgeville, GA, 1965.
  4. "Music in Behavior Modification," NAMT National Convention, Cleveland, OH, 1966.
  5. "Performance Practices: Intonation Research," MENC National Convention, Kansas City, 1966.
  6. "Philosophies in Conflict," MENC Regional Convention, Atlanta, GA, 1967.
  7. "Research in Vocal Intonation," MTNA National Convention, St. Louis, MO, 1967.
  8. "Behavior Modification in Music Therapy," NAMT Regional Convention, Murfreesboro, TN, 1967.
  9. "Auditory Perception of Sharpness and Flatness," Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto, Canada, 1968.
  10. “The Use of Music Stimuli in Teaching Language Discrimination,” NAMT National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 1968.
  11. "The Effect of Reinforcement and Directional Scalar Methodology on Intonational Improvement," MENC Regional Convention, Atlanta, GA, 1969.
  12. "The Effect of Reinforcement on Musical Performance," NAMT Regional Conference, Atlanta, GA, 1969.
  13. "Reinforcement Techniques in Music," NAMT National Conference, Lawrence, KS, 1969.
  14. "Use of Music as a Contingent Reinforcer," NAMT Regional Conference, Athens, GA, 1970.
  15. "Research in Music Learning," Music Educators Association Annual Convention, Columbia, SC, 1970.
  16. "Research Design in Music," MENC National Convention, Chicago, IL, 1970.
  17. "Effects of Reinforcement Techniques on Musical Behavior," National Symposium on Research in Musical Behavior, Columbia University, New York, NY, 1970.
  18. "Music Education as Behavior Modification," Music for Exceptional Children Symposium, Tallahassee, FL, 1970.
  19. "Behavior Modification in Juvenile Delinquency," National Association of Juvenile Court Judges, Atlanta, GA, 1970.
  20. "Music Therapy and Behavior Modification," Music School Settlement, Cleveland, OH, 1970.
  21. "Research in Teacher Education," Behavioral Analysis in Education, Lawrence, KS, 1970.
  22. "Effects of Integrated Schools on Musical Performance," MENC Regional Convention, Daytona, FL, 1971.
  23. "Effects of Integration on Intonation," Research Panel, NAMT National Conference, San Francisco, 1971.
  24. "Research in Music Education," Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1972.
  25. "Sharpness and Flatness in Performance," MENC National Convention, Atlanta, GA, 1972.
  26. "Research Techniques in Behavior Modification," NAMT Regional Conference, Tallahassee, FL, 1972.
  27. "Research in Music Behavior," NAMT National Conference, Lansing, MI, 1972.
  28. "Problems in Research Design," MENC National Convention, Norfolk, VA, 1973.
  29. "Research in Music," NAMT National Conference, Athens, GA, 1973.
  30. "Music and Behavior Modification," Symposium, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, 1974.
  31. "Research in Music," Contemporary Trends in Music Education, Howard University, Washington, DC, 1974.
  32. "National Symposium, Curriculum Development in Music Education," Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 1974.
  33. Psychology Fall Colloquium, "Research in Music," Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, 1974.
  34. 1st National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, NAMT National Convention, Philadelphia, PA, 1974.
  35. International Symposium in Behavior Modification, University of North Wales, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom, 1973.
  36. Music Research in Behavior Modification, Workshop, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC, 1975.
  37. "Music Research in Behavior Modification: Advanced Seminar in Research Design," MENC Regional Convention, New Orleans, LA, 1975.
  38. National Symposium, Curriculum Development in Music Education, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 1975.
  39. "Research in Music Therapy," NAMT Regional Conference, Miami, FL, 1975.
  40. National Symposium: Music for the Very Young, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1975.
  41. "Research in Music Behavior," Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY, 1976.
  42. "Modifying Music Behavior in the Classroom," 10th Anniversary Presentation, Music School Settlement, Cleveland, OH, 1976.
  43. "Research in Music Behavior," School of Music, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1976.
  44. "Preference for Trumpet Tone Quality versus Intonation," MENC National Convention, Atlantic City, NJ, 1976.
  45. "Research in Music Therapy," NAMT National Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 1976.
  46. "Music Lessons Versus Free Play," 2nd National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Milwaukee, WI, 1976.
  47. "Measurement of the Affective Domain," MENC Regional Convention, Atlanta, GA, 1977.
  48. "Behavior Modification in Music," Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1977.
  49. "Music Research," National Council of Social Service Standing Conference for Amateur Music, London, England, 1977.
  50. "Psychology of Music Survey," NAMT National Conference, Anaheim, CA, 1977.
  51. "The Relationship between Music Education and Music Therapy," Baruch College, City University of New York, New York, NY, 1978.
  52. "Therapy Based Music Education," Loyola Symposium, New Orleans, LA, 1978.
  53. "Modulated Beat Discrimination among Musicians versus Non-Musicians," MENC National Convention, Chicago, IL, 1978.
  54. "The Music Educator's Role in Shaping Cultural Values," Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1978.
  55. "Behavior Modification in Music," Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1978.
  56. "The Effect of Music as Reinforcement," International Society for Music Education, Bloomington, IN, 1978.
  57. "Research in Music Therapy," San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, 1978.
  58. "Reinforcement Alternatives in Music," 3rd National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Atlanta, GA, 1978.
  59. "Effect of Music on Bodily Movement," NAMT National Conference, Atlanta, GA, 1978.
  60. "Reinforcement Alternatives for Learning Music," MENC Regional Convention, Nashville, TN, 1979.
  61. "Music Reinforcement for Special Learners," Dallas Independent School District, 1979.
  62. "Research in Music Perception," North Texas State University, Denton, TX, 1979.
  63. "Shaping Research Skills in Applied Music Study," University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, 1979.
  64. "Research Training in Music Therapy," University of Ohio, Athens, OH, 1979.
  65. "Guest Lecture Series," Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1979.
  66. "Research in Intonation Discrimination," Columbia University, New York, NY, 1979.
  67. "The Effect of a Distraction Index on Performance," NAMT National Conference, Dallas, TX, 1979.
  68. "Research in Applied Music," University of Western Ontario, London, Canada, 1979.
  69. "Perception Research in Intonation," Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, 1979.
  70. "Subject Matter as Reinforcement for Academic Skills," 4th National Symposium, Research in Music Behavior, Columbia University, New York, NY, 1980.
  71. "Research in Music," Ohio Music Educators Association, Cleveland, OH, 1980.
  72. "Comparison of Graduate versus Undergraduate Research," NAMT National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 1980.
  73. "Discrimination between Tone Quality and Intonation," MENC National Convention, Miami, FL, 1980.
  74. "The Effect of a Distraction Index in Music," International Society for Music Education, Dresden, Germany, 1980.
  75. "Research in Applied Music," Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH, 1981.
  76. "Research in Music Therapy," University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1981.
  77. "Research in Music," Shepherds College, Shepherdstown, WV, 1981.
  78. "Competency Based Education," Council for Exceptional Children, Bowling Green University, OH, 1981.
  79. "The Effect on Tuning in an Attempt to Compensate for Pitch/Quality Errors in Flute/Oboe Duets," MENC National Convention, Minneapolis, MN, 1981.
  80. "Research in Music Education," Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, 1981.
  81. "Research Training Institute," NAMT BEH Training Grant, Denton, TX, 1981.
  82. "Behavioral Training in Music Therapy: Perception vs. Fact," NAMT National Conference, Denver, CO, 1981.
  83. "Perception of Approval/Disapproval in Music Education," MENC National Convention, San Antonio, TX, 1982.
  84. "Music as an Art and Science in the Life of Man," National Symposium for Music Therapy, New York University, NY, 1982.
  85. "The Effect of Contingent Teacher Approval and Withholding Music Performance on Improving Attentiveness," International Society for Music Education, London, England, 1982.
  86. "Vance W. Cotter Memorial Address," Applied Behavior Analysis in Education, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1982.
  87. "Music, Teaching, Discipline," Third Annual Music Education Symposium, Florida International University, Miami, FL, 1982.
  88. "The Influence of Paired Identical and Dissimilar Background Music on Visual Perception and Movement," 5th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Wakulla Springs, FL, 1982.
  89. "Ideas versus Behaviors," NAMT National Conference, Baltimore, MD, 1982.
  90. "The Arts, Society, and Educational Research," National Symposium, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1982.
  91. "Research Issues in Music Therapy," Utah State University, 1982.
  92. "Effects of Competing Musical Versus Nonmusical Tasks," MENC Regional Convention, Louisville, KY, 1983.
  93. "The Effect of a Transfer Task on Professional Responsibilities," NAMT National Conference, New Orleans, LA, 1983.
  94. "Research in Music Education," Ontario Music Education Association, London, Ontario, Canada, 1983.
  95. "The Effect of Research Acquisition on Attitudes of Graduate Musicians," MENC National Convention, Chicago, IL, 1984.
  96. "Perception of Approval/Disapproval in Music Education," International Society for Music Education, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, 1984.
  97. "Behavioral Research in Music Education," Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 1984.
  98. "Research Relating to Applied Music," Ohio University, Athens, OH, 1984.
  99. "The Effect of Behavioral Intervention within Music Ensembles," Ontario Music Education Association, Ontario, Canada, 1984.
  100. "Background Music: Competition for Focus of Attention," NAMT National Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 1984.
  101. "Developing a Research Agenda," NASM National Convention, Washington, DC, 1984.
  102. "Research Implications for Music Education," University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1985.
  103. “Research in Applied Music,” Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 1985.
  104. "The Effect of Systematic Training in Specifying Research Variables in Applied Music," 6th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Fort Worth, TX, 1985.
  105. "Research Responsibilities for the Music Therapist," Keynote Address, Southeastern Conference, NAMT Convention, Clearwater, FL, 1985.
  106. "Effects of Differential Music on Student Attentiveness," Canadian School Consultants Association, Ontario, Canada, 1985.
  107. "Research in Music Behavior for the Handicapped," MEH Fourth International Symposium, New York, NY, 1985.
  108. "The Effect of Pitch and Tempo Alterations on Perceived Loudness," Institute for Research, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1985.
  109. "The Effect of Differential Training on the Ability to Specify Behavioral Principles," NCATA National Conference, New York, NY, 1985.
  110. "Ambiguity in Beat Perception: The Effect of Speed Alterations on High School Musicians' Tempo Note Selections," MENC National Convention, Anaheim, CA, 1986.
  111. "The Teaching Learning Process in Music," Delta State University, Cleveland, MS, 1986.
  112. "Research on Doctoral Programs in Music Education," University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1986.
  113. "Effects of Speed Alterations on Tempo Preferences," MENC National Convention, Anaheim, CA, 1986.
  114. "Behavioral Research in Music Education," West Virginia Music Educators Conference, Morgantown, WV, 1986.
  115. "Effect of Research Training on Recognizing Need for Giving Approval," International Society for Music Education, Frankfurt, Germany, 1986.
  116. "Research Symposium," Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 1986.
  117. "Research in Applied Music," Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 1986.
  118. "Effect of Research Training on the Ability to Analyze and Generalize," NAMT National Conference, Chicago, IL, 1986.
  119. "Work/Study Research in Music," Warren Wilson College, Swannanoa, NC, 1986.
  120. "University Research Lecturer," Baylor University, Waco, TX, 1987.
  121. "Positive Effects of Cross-age Tutoring Using Music," 7th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Logan, UT, 1987.
  122. "Research in Music with the Exceptional Child," Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 1987.
  123. "New Perspectives in Classroom Management," Chicago Musical College, Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL, 1987.
  124. "Cross-age Tutoring in Music," SEC-NAMT Conference, Charleston, SC, 1987.
  125. "Research in Applied Music," Visiting Research Scholar, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, 1987.
  126. "Pitch Discrimination for Melodic Intervals," MENC Regional Convention, Orlando, FL, 1987.
  127. "The Effect of a Vibrotactile Device 'Somatron', on Affective Responses," NAMT National Conference, San Francisco, CA, 1987.
  128. "Research in Music," Visiting Research Professor, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, 1987.
  129. "Research Applied to Teaching," Texas Music Educators Association, San Antonio, TX, 1988.
  130. "The Effect of Intensity in Effective Teaching," MENC National Convention, Indianapolis, IN, 1988.
  131. "A Comparison of Vibrotactile Responses," NAMT National Conference, Atlanta, GA, 1988.
  132. "The Relationship of Teacher On-Task to Intensity and Effective Music Teaching," International Society for Music Education, Melbourne, Australia, 1988.
  133. "Research Perspectives in Classroom Music," Butler University, Indianapolis, IN, 1989.
  134. "Teacher Intensity in General Music," Keynote Address, National Symposium for General Music, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 1989.
  135. “Research Techniques for the Instrumental Musician.” American School Band Directors Association, Lake Buena Vista, FL, 1989.
  136. "Relationship between Students Self-analysis and Experts in Music Education," MENC Regional Convention, Nashville, TN, 1989.
  137. "An Observational Procedure to Differentiate Expert Teachers," 8th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Baton Rouge, LA, 1989.
  138. "Research in Special Music Education, German Society for Special Music Education," Cologne, Germany, 1989.
  139. "Mentoring Within Schools of Music," NASM National Convention, Seattle, WA, 1989.
  140. "Experimental Research in Music," Argentinean Society for Music Education, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1990.
  141. "Use of the Continuous Response Digital Interface with the Handicapped," NAMT National Conference, Kansas City, MO, 1990.
  142. "Innovations in Applied Music Assessment," Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, 1990.
  143. "Empirical Investigation of the Aesthetic Response to Music," MENC National Convention, Washington, DC, 1990.
  144. "Research Applied to Music Therapy," University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA, 1990.
  145. "Psychology of Music Symposium," University of West Virginia, Morgantown, WV, 1990.
  146. "Research Needs in Music Education," North Carolina Music Educators Association, Winston-Salem, NC, 1990.
  147. "Research in Choral Music," San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, 1990.
  148. "Research Comparing Good versus Bad Intonation," International Society for Music Education, Stockholm, Sweden, 1990.
  149. "Analysis of Effective Teaching," NAMT National Conference, Washington, DC, 1990.
  150. "Research in Music Therapy," Visiting Research Scholar, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, 1991.
  151. "Research in Music Therapy," Great Lakes Regional Convention, St. Paul, MN, 1991.
  152. "Research within Schools of Music," Visiting Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 1991.
  153. "Investigation of the Aesthetic Experience in Music," 9th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Cannon Beach, OR, 1991.
  154. "Comparison of Good versus Bad Tone Quality of Vocal and String Performances," International Society for Music Education, Seoul, Korea; Nagoya, Japan, 1992.
  155. "The Experience of Music Tension in Aesthetic Awareness," MENC National Convention, New Orleans, LA, 1992.
  156. "Research in Music Education," Visiting Sims Scholar, Longwood College, Farmville, VA, 1992.
  157. "Affective Response to Music," NAMT National Conference, St. Louis, MO, 1992.
  158. "Developing a Research Agenda in General Music," National Symposium for General Music, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 1993.
  159. "Implications of Research to Music Teaching," Arizona Music Educators Association, Phoenix, AZ, 1993.
  160. "Selection and Development of Prospective Music Teachers," MENC Regional Convention, Savannah, GA, 1993.
  161. "The Effect of Audio, Visual, and Paired Audio-Visual Stimuli on Musicians' and Non-Musicians' Experience of Stress," NAMT National Conference, Toronto, Canada, 1993.
  162. “Visual and Aural Aspects of Listening to Music, NAMT National Conference, Toronto, Canada, 1993.
  163. "Aesthetic Response to Music: Musicians versus Nonmusicians," 10th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1993.
  164. "Implications of Research to Music Teaching," Visiting Professor, Collegium Musicum de Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1993.
  165. "Comparison of Good versus Bad Tone Quality/Intonation of Vocal and String Performances," MENC National Convention, Cincinnati, OH, 1994.
  166. "Research in Music Education and Music Therapy," Visiting Professor, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 1994.
  167. "Qualitative Research in Music Education," Respondent, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, 1994.
  168. "Quantitative/Qualitative Research in Music Education," Brazilian Association for Music Education, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1994.
  169. "Focus of Attention to Musical Elements," International Society for Music Education, Miami, FL, 1994.
  170. "Focus of Attention and Affective Response," NAMT National Conference, Orlando, FL, 1994.
  171. "First Remembrances of Music," MENC Southern Division Convention, Winston-Salem, NC, 1994.
  172. "Research in Student/Teacher Interaction," Visiting Professor, Okayama University, Japan, 1994.
  173. “Teaching Music: Implications from Research,” Guest Lecturer, Aichi University of Education, Kariya City, Japan, 1995.
  174. "Research in Music," Ohio Music Educators Association, Columbus, OH, 1995.
  175. "Research in Music Education," Visiting Lecturer, University of Texas, Austin, TX, 1995.
  176. "Research on Affective Aspects of Music," 11th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Granville, OH, 1995.
  177. “Practical Applications of Research in Music,” Centro De Investigation En Educacion Musical, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1995.
  178. “Research on Ongoing Responses to Music,” University of Washington, Seattle, 1995.
  179. “Use of Technology in Understanding ‘Aesthetic Response’ in Music,” Third International Symposium, Research Alliance for Institutes of Music Education, Tallahassee, Fl, 1995.
  180. “Research in Music Education,” COMTEMP, Kansas Music Teachers in Higher Education, Hesston, KS, 1995.
  181. “Aesthetic Response of Selected Piano Works of Satie and Chopin,” NAMT National Conference, Houston, TX, 1995.
  182. “Managing the Music Environment,” Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, 1995.
  183. “Adult Musician’s Abilities to Specify Measurable Behavior,” MENC National Convention, Kansas City, MO, 1996.
  184. “Research in Music Behavior,” MERC Invited Research Address: MENC National Convention, Kansas City, MO, 1996.
  185. “Focus of Attention to Selective Musical Elements,” International Society for Music Education, Frescatti, Italy, 1996.
  186. “Empirical Investigation of the Aesthetic Response to Music: Musicians and Nonmusicians,” Keynote Address: 4th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, McGill University, Canada, 1996.
  187. “Managing Time in the Music Environment,” Distinguished Scholar, Baylor University, Waco, TX, 1996.
  188. “Emotional Response to Music as Measured by the Two-dimensional Continuous Response Digital Interface. NAMT National Conference, Nashville, TN, 1996.
  189. “Applications of Research to Music Study,” Alabama College Association, Annual Conference, Birmingham, AL, 1996.
  190. “Research Analysis: The Ability to Transfer.” Southern Division, Music Educators National Conference, Nashville, TN, 1996.
  191. “Emotional Responses to Music,” 12th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1997.
  192. “Research in Music Behavior,” Symposium on the Retirement of Bennett Reimer, Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, 1997.
  193. “Effectiveness of Music Therapy: Focus on Assessment and Documentation,” University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1997.
  194. “Research on the Aesthetic Experience,” President's Visiting Scholar, University of Florida, FL, 1997.
  195. “Emotional Response to Music: A Cross-cultural Comparison,” NAMT National Conference, Los Angeles, CA, 1997.
  196. “Classroom Techniques for Today's Teachers,” Visiting Lecture, San Diego State University, CA, 1997.
  197. “Research in Music Education.” Texas Music Education Association, San Antonio, 1998.
  198. “Perceived Fear in Relationship to Effective Student Teaching: Instrumentalists versus Vocalists”, CBDNA Regional Convention, Jacksonville, FL, 1998.
  199. “Emotion versus Tension in Haydn's Symphony # 104 as Measured by the Two-dimensional Continuous Response Digital Interface,” MENC National Convention, Phoenix, AZ, 1998.
  200. “Emotional Response to Music,” Research in Music Learning and Performance: Beyond Talent and Practice, International Conference, Center for Music Research, Florida State University, 1998.
  201. “Comparison of Good Versus Bad Tone Quality/Intonation of Vocal and String Performances: Issues Concerning Measurement and Reliability of the Continuous Response Digital Interface,” With J. M. Geringer, International Society for Music Education, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1998.
  202. “The Art of Wind Band Teaching: Research in Instrumental Music” University of Minnesota, 1998.
  203. “Research in Music.” International Society for Music Education, Cueta, Spain, 1998.
  204. “Teacher Intensity in Music Education.” American Orff-Schulwerk Association, National Conference, Tampa, 1998.
  205. “Pre-internship Fears of Music Therapists.” AMTA National Conference, Cleveland, OH, 1998.
  206. “Transitions in Higher Education.” Endowed Chair-holder in Music Education, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1998.
  207. “Musicians' Ratings of Good versus Bad Vocal and String Performances.” Southern Division, MENC, Tampa, 1999.
  208. “Pre-intern Fears in Music Education/Music Therapy.” 13th National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Montreal Canada, 1999.
  209. “Research in Music Therapy.” Artist in Residence, Berklee College of Music, Boston MS, 1999.
  210. “The Balanced Life: What the Conductor Does is What the Ensemble Gets” Research presented at the World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles, San Luis Obispo, CA, 1999.
  211. “Research in Music Therapy.” University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1999.
  212. “The Effect of Training on the Ability to Analyze and Generalize: A Replication.” American Music Therapy Association, Washington, DC, 1999.
  213. “Five International Models of Music Therapy: A Behavioral Approach” World Congress of Music Therapy, Washington DC, 1999.
  214. “Models for Research in Music Education” New York State Music Association, Rochester, NY, 1999.
  215. “Research in Music” Keynote Address: Kentucky Music Educators Association, Louisville, KY, 2000.
  216. “Discrimination and Interference in the Recall of Melodic Stimuli among School Children.” MENC National Convention, Washington, DC, 2000.
  217. “Meaningful Listening and focus of Attention: A Model” International Society for Music Education, Salt Lake City, UT, 2000.
  218. “Discrimination and Interference of Melodic Stimuli: Musically Trained and Untrained Adults versus children.” With K. Madsen, International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Keele University, Newcastle, England, 2000.
  219. “Music and the Human Condition.” University of Missouri, Kansas City, MO, 2000.
  220. “Research in Education: Student/Teacher Interaction.” Scientific Society of Argentina, Buenos Aires. 2000.
  221. “Keynote Speaker: Research in Music Education.” III Interamerican Conference in Music Research, Mar del Plata, Argentina. 2000.
  222. “Research in Music.” Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY, 2000.
  223. “Internal versus External Locus of Control.” With W. Goins, National Conference, American Music Therapy Association, St. Louis, MO, 2000.
  224. “New Dimensions: A Sociological Perspective on the School Music Teacher Shortage.” 76th Annual Meeting, National Association of Schools of Music, San Diego, CA, 2000.
  225. “Perception and Cognition in Music: Trained Musicians versus Children.” With K. Madsen, Southern Division Music Educators National Convention, Louisville, KY, 2001.
  226. “Research on Teacher Intensity in Music Education.” Keynote Address, Desert Skies National Symposium on Research in Music Education, Tucson, AZ, 2001.
  227. “Effective Teaching in Arts Education.” Arizona Symposium on Arts Education, Tucson, AZ, 2001.
  228. “The Future of Music Education: A Research Perspective.” University of Missouri, Kansas City. KS, 2001.
  229. “Perception and Cognition in Music: Musically Trained and Untrained Adults compared to 8th grade and 6th grade children. 14th International National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, Texas Women’s University, Fort Worth, TX, 2001.
  230. “Research in Music: Perception, Cognition and Aesthetic Models.” School of Music, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, 2001.
  231. “Research in Music Education: Behavioral Models.” National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, 2001.
  232. “A Music Analog to Assess Stress Responses.” National Conference, American Music Therapy Association, Pasadena, CA, 2001.
  233. “The Future of Music Education: Social and Academic Research Implications, Oregon Music Educators, Eugene. 2002.
  234. “Research on Teacher Intensity.” Texas Music Educators Association, San Antonio, 2002.
  235. “Music and the Community College.” Virginia Community College System Music Peer Group Conference, Richmond, 2002.
  236. “Support for Music Education: Issues concerning Attrition and Retention” With C. Hancock, MENC National Convention, Nashville, TN, 2002.
  237. “Research in Music Education: Jazz Curricula.” Kansas State University, 2002.
  238. “Melodic Perception of Adolescent Students in Argentina, Brazil and the United States.” With J. M. Geringer, Research Commission, ISME, Gothenburg Sweden, 2002.
  239. “International Comparisons of Melodic Discrimination.” With J. M. Geringer, International Society of Music Education, Bergen, Norway, 2002.
  240. “Time Spent in Applied Music: Music Therapists vs. Other Musicians.” National Conference, American Music Therapy Association, Atlanta, 2002.
  241. “Music Acoustics: Measurement of Responsiveness to Music.” Keynote, International Society for Music Acoustics, Mexico City, Mexico, 2002.
  242. “Internal versus External Locus of Control: An Analysis of Music Instrument Populations.” With J. Southall, Southern Division, MENC, Savannah, GA, 2003.
  243. “The Future of Music Education.” Keynote Address: Illinois Music Educators Association, Peoria, IL, 2003.
  244. “Vision 2020 from the Editor’s Perspective.” Illinois Music Educators Association, Peoria, IL, 2003.
  245. “Research in Learning and Teaching Music.” Keynote Address: South Dakota Music Educators Association, Brookings, SD, 2003.
  246. “Developing a Research Process in Music Therapy.” Ohio University, Athens, OH, 2003.
  247. “A Thirty-year Follow-up Study of Applied Music Practice with Subsequent Level of Performance and Ratings of Formers Instructors.” 15th International National Symposium: Research in Music Behavior, VanderCook College of Music, Chicago, IL, 2003.
  248. “The Magic of Motivation: Research Implications, Music Teachers National Association, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2003.
  249. “Time: Research Implication for the Practicing Teacher.” Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 2003
  250. “Applications Pertaining to the Ongoing Measurement of Music Listening.” Seventh International Symposium, RAIME, Corsham Court, Wiltshire, England, 2003.
  251. “A Positive Approach for Social Interaction” Keynote: American School Band Directors Association, National Conference, Columbus, OH, 2003.
  252. “Estimated Number of Individual Melodies Known by Undergraduates and Graduate Students in Music Therapy.” With J. M. Geringer, American Association for Music Therapy National Conference, Minneapolis, 2004.
  253. “A Future I Would Welcome.” Robert M. Trotter Distinguished Professor Lecture, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 2004.
  254. “A School Violin Project for At-Risk Students.” With M. Allen, et al., Music Educators National Association, National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, 2004.
  255. “Research in Music Education: Implications for Global Studies in Music.” Hong Kong Institute for Education, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2004.
  256. “Research in Music Education.” CMENC Keynote, Florida International University, Miami, FL, 2004.
  257. “Student Evaluation of Music Instruction: A Longitudinal Study” With J. Napoles, South Eastern Region, American Association for Music Therapy, Chattanooga, TN. 2004.
  258. “Gradual Tempo Changes and Aesthetic Responses of Music Majors.” With J. M. Geringer, Research Commission, International Society for Music Education, Las Palmas, Spain, 2004. Also, Presented at ISME Conference, Tenerife, Spain, 2004.
  259. “Music Majors’ Perception of Flugelhorn and Bb, C, Eb, and Piccolo Trumpets.” With J. M. Geringer, International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Evanston, IL, 2004. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Evanston, IL, 782-3.
  260. “Behavioral Research in Music: Issues of Long-term Productivity.” Utah State University, Logan, UT 2005.
  261. “Research in Music Aesthetics.” The Distinguished Professor Lecture, University of Texas, Austin, 2005.
  262. “Audio versus Audio-visual Perception of Different Conductors” 16th International Symposium for Research in Music Behavior, St. Louis, MI, 2005.
  263. “First Remembered Responses to Music: Music Therapists versus other Music Majors” With J. M Geringer, American Music Therapy Association, National Conference, Austin, TX, 2005.
  264. “On-going Measurement of the Emotional Response to Music.” Eighth International Symposium RAIME, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2005.
  265. “Higher Education in Transition: A Future I Would Welcome.” Harry F. Ganders Memorial Lecture, Syracuse University, 2005.
  266. “Developing a Research Agenda from a Personal Perspective.” Conference Chair Presents, American Association for Music Therapy, Orlando, 2005.
  267. “Research in Music: Social versus Academic.” Georgia Music Educators Association, Savannah, 2005.
  268. “Graduate versus Undergraduate Scholarship in Music Therapy.” Southeastern Region, American Association for Music Therapy, Chattanooga, TN. 2005.
  269. “Essentials of a Research-based Rehearsal.” Indian River Community College, Ft Pierce, 2006.
  270. “Measuring the Tension Response to Music.” Southeastern Conference, American Music Therapy Association. Louisville, 2006.
  271. “A Simple Measurement of the Emotional Response to Music.” Music Educators National Conference, Salt Lake City, 2006.
  272. “Experimental and Behavioral Research in Music.” University CAECE, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2006.
  273. “Research Using Ongoing Measurement Digital Devices” Institute of Education, London University, England. 2006.
  274. “Reflections on Pucinni’s LaBoheme: Investigating a Model for Listening. Research Commission. International Society for Music Research, Bali, Indonesia, (with J. M. Geringer), 2006.
  275. “Criteria for Assessing the Truthfulness of a Newspaper Article” American Music Therapy Association, National Conference, Kansas City, (with Geringer, J. M. & Fredrickson, W. E.), 2006.
  276. “Development and Validation of an Emotional Assessment Inventory.” American Music Therapy Association, National Conference, Kansas City. (with Marie Webb), 2006.
  277. “Research in Music Education.” Invitational Seminar, University of North Texas, Denton, 2006.
  278. “New Developments in Music Therapy Research.” Duesqunes University, Pittsburg, 2006.
  279. “Measuring the Tension Response to Music.” Southeastern Conference, American Music Therapy Association. Louisville, KY, 2006.
  280. “A Vision for the future of School Music Education” Yale University, 50th Year of Music Education Celebration, New Haven, 2007.
  281. “Third Generation of the CRDI” Institute of Education, London University, England. 2007.
  282. “Effective Teaching in Music Education: Rehearsals that Matter.” MENC, Southern Division Biennial Conference, Charlotte, NC. 2007.
  283. “Development and Validation of an Emotional Inventory.” Paper presented at the 17th International Symposium for Research in Music Behavior, Baton Rouge, LA 2007.
  284. “Criteria for Assessing the Truthfulness of a Newspaper Article: Undergraduates versus graduates: A replication and extension. Paper presented at the Music Educators National Conference Southern Division, Charleston, SC. With Geringer, J. M., & Fredrickson, W. 2007.
  285. “Musicians' Perception of Conductors within Musical Context”. Paper presented at the Research Alliance of Institutes for Music Education (RAIME). International Symposium, Miami, FL. With Geringer, J. 2007.
  286. “Musicians’ Perception of Conductors: Music Therapists vs. Others.” Paper presented at the American Music Therapy Association National Conference, Louisville, KY. With Geringer J., 2007.
  287. “A Concise Emotional Inventory Applied Toward Private Teaching after Graduation.” American Music Therapy Association, National Conference, Louisville KY, with Fredrickson, W. 2007.
  288. “Measuring Emotional Response to Music. Southeastern Conference, American Music Therapy Association. Memphis, TN, 2007.
  289. “Research in Teacher Effectiveness.” Dee Grant Scholar, University of Utah, 2008.
  290. “Cross-cultural Research.” American Music therapy Association, National Conference, St. Louis, MI, 2008. With Geringer, J & Madsen. K.
  291. “Experimental and Behavioral Research in Music.” CAECE University, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2008.
  292. “New Dimension in Measurement of the Emotional Responses to Music, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegra, Brazil, 2008.
  293. "External Evaluator, PhD Thesis, Evangelos Institute of Education, London University, England, 2008.
  294. “Research in Music Education.” Dee University Scholar, University of Utah, 2008.
  295. “Musicians’ Perceptions of Conductors within Music Context: Three Replications.” International Society for Music Education: International Society for Music Education, Research Commission Seminar, Porto, Portugal 2008. With John Geringer & Katia Madsen. Paper also presented at the research poster session at the International Society for Music Education Biennial Conference, Bologna, Italy.
  296. “College Music Students as Cross-age Tutors within an Afterschool Setting.” the International Society for Music Education Biennial Conference, Bologna, Italy, 2008. With Steve Kelly.
  297. “Research in Music Behavior: Focus of Attention across Populations. SER-American Music Therapy Regional Conference, New Orleans, 2008. With Katia Madsen.
  298. “A Cross-cultural Comparison of an Audio-video presentation.” American Music Therapy Association, National Conference, St. Louis, MO, 2008.
  299. “Research in Music Education/Music Therapy.” Western Michigan University, Pioneer Music Educator Event, Kalamazoo, MI, 2009.
  300. “Frequency versus Magnitude in Music Therapy.” Keynote Speaker, SER-American Music Therapy Association, Atlanta, GA. 2009.
  301. “College Music Students as Cross-age tutors within an After-school Program.” 18th International Symposium for Research in Music Behavior, St. Augustine, FL. 2009.
  302. “Establishing Time in the Learning Process.” Commencement Address, College of Eastern Utah, Price, UT. 2009.
  303. “Research in Music.” North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND. 2009.
  304. “Children through adults’ responses to 20th century music: Investigating a model for meaningful listening.” Ninth International Symposium RAIME, Gothenburg, Sweden. 2009.
  305. “Background Music: Competition for Focus of Attention” with Frank Diaz. American Music Therapy Association, National Conference, San Diego, CA.2009.
  306. “Structures for Motivation.” Florida American Choral Directors Association, Orlando, 2009.
  307. “The Value of Professional Organizations.” Keynote Speech, MENC Biennial Conference, Anaheim, CA 2010.
  308. “Music Students as Cross-age Tutors.” MENC Biennial Conference: Anaheim, CA 2010.
  309. “Effect of Instruction in Appropriate Rubato usage on Onset Timings and Perceived Musicianship of Mozart & Bach Performances: A CRDI Replication.” International Society of Music Education Research Seminar, Changchun, China & International Conference, Beijing China. 2010
  310. “LGBT Conference Summary.” Establishing Identify: LGBT Studies and Music Education.” University of Illinois, 2010.
  311. “Research in Music Education.” Dream-course guest. University of Oklahoma, Norman, 2010.
  312. “Models of Leadership in Music Therapy and Music Education.” East Caroline University, Greenville, 2010.

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