Donald A. Hodges Music Research Institute - School of Music University of North Carolina at Greensboro

 

Publications, Research Papers, and Presentations

 

Books and Book Chapters 

Hodges, D. (in press). The neuroaesthetics of music.  In S. Hallam, I. Cross, & M. Thaut (Eds.). Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology,

2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Hodges, D. (in press). Bodily responses to music. In S. Hallam, I. Cross, & M. Thaut (Eds.). Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology,

2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Hodges, D. (in press). The child musician’s brain. In G. McPherson (Ed.). The child as musician, 2nd ed. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

 

Hodges, D. (2013). Music as an agent of resilience. In M. Kent, M. Davis, & J. Reich (Eds.). The resilience handbook: Approaches to stress

and trauma (pp. 100-112). New York: Routledge.   

 

Hodges, D. (2013). Can neuroscience help us do a better job of teaching music? Reprint in M. Mark (Ed.), Music education: Source readings from ancient Greece to today, fourth edition, 166-172. New York: Routledge.

 

Hodges D. (2013). Why study music? Reprint in M. Mark (Ed.),

Music education: Source readings from ancient Greece to today,

fourth edition, 179-181. New York: Routledge. 

 

Hodges, D., & Gruhn, W. (2012). Implications of neurosciences and brain research for music teaching and learning. In G. E. McPherson & G. F. Welch (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of music education (Vol. 1)

(pp. 205-223). New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Hodges, D. & Nolker, B. (2011). The acquisition of music reading skills.

In R. Colwell & P. Webster (Eds.). MENC Handbook of Research on

Music Learning, Volume II: Applications (pp. 61-91).

Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Hodges, D. & Sebald, D. (2011).  Music in the Human Experience:

An Introduction to Music Psychology. New York: Routledge. 

 

Hodges, D. (2010). Psychophysiological measures. In P. Juslin & J. Sloboda (Eds.), Handbook of Music and Emotion: Theory, Research, Applications, (pp. 279-312). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Hodges, D. (2009). Bodily Responses to Music. In S. Hallam,

I. Cross, & M. Thaut (Eds.). Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology,

(pp. 121-130). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

(Also Section Editor of Part 3. Responses to Music).

 

Edwards, R. & Hodges, D. (2007). An overview of neuromusical research literature. In W. Gruhn & F. Rauscher (eds.).  Neurosciences in Music Pedagogy, 1-25. New York: Nova Science Publications.  

 

Hodges, D. (2006). The development of the musical brain. In G. McPherson (Ed.), The Child as Musician, 51-68.

Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

 

Hodges, D. (Ed.). (2006). Handbook of Music Psychology, 2d ed.

Trans. into Chinese. (ISBN7-5404-3620-4/J.1039).

 

Hodges, D., Burdette, J. & Hairston, D. (2006). Aspects of multisensory perception: The integration of visual and auditory information processing in musical experiences.  In G. Avanzini, L. Lopez, S. Koelsch, & M. Majno (Eds.), 175-185. The Neurosciences and Music II: From Perception to Performance, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 1060.

 

Flohr, J. & Hodges, D. (2006). Music and neuroscience. In R. Colwell (Ed.), MENC Handbook of Musical Cognition and Development, 7-39. NY: Oxford University Press. [Revised reprint of 2002 chapter in Colwell & Richardson (Eds.), Second Handbook of Research on Music Teaching and Learning.]

 

Flohr, J. & Hodges, D. (2002). Music and neuroscience.

In R. Colwell & C. Richardson (Eds.), Second Handbook of Research on Music Teaching and Learning, 991-1008.

New York: Oxford University Press.

 

Hodges, D. (2002). Neurological research and music education.

Reprint in M. Mark (Ed.), Music Education Source Readings from Ancient Greece to Today, 2nd ed., 232-236. New York: Routledge.

 

Hodges, D. (1998). Musical inquiries of an orchestral conductor and a music psychologist. In M. Martinello, G. Cook, & L. Woodson (Eds.),

Modes of Inquiry: Voices of Scholars Across the Fields of Study,

81-86. Carrollton, TX: Alliance Press.

 

Hodges, D. (1996). Contributing Editor, Handbook of Music Psychology,

2d edition. San Antonio: IMR Press.

Chapter 2: Hodges, D. Human Musicality, 29-68.

Chapter 4: Lipscomb, S. & Hodges, D. Hearing and Music Perception,

83-132.

Chapter 7: Hodges, D. Neuromusical Research:

A Review of the Literature, 197-284.

Chapter 12: Hodges, D. & Haack, P.

The Influence of Music on Human Behavior, 469-556.

 

Hodges, D. (1996). Neuromusical research supports the concept of

music as intelligence. In V. Brummett (Ed.), Music as Intelligence:

A Sourcebook, 45-64. Ithaca, New York: Ithaca College. 

 

Hodges, D. (1995). Foundations of Music. San Antonio: IMR Press.

Eagle, C. & Hodges, D. (1994). Access to the literature of music medicine through CAIRSS (Computer-Assisted Information Retrieval Service System) for Music. In R. Pratt and R. Spintge (Eds.),

Music Medicine II, 317-26. St. Louis: MMB Music.

 

Hodges, D. (1992). The acquisition of music-reading skills.

In R. Colwell (Ed.), Handbook of Research in Music Teaching and Learning, 466-471. New York: Schirmer Books. 

 

Hodges, D. (1980). Contributing Editor, Handbook of Music Psychology. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt (National Association for Music Therapy).

Chapter 4: Hodges, D. Human hearing, 43-62.

Chapter 10: Hodges, D. Neurophysiology and musical behavior, 195-224.

Appendix A: Hodges, D. Physiological responses to music, 392-400.

Appendix B: George, W. & Hodges, D. The nature of musical attributes, 401-414.

 

Hodges, D. (1978). A house divided: Implications of split-brain research for music education. In M. Raiman (Ed.), Midwest Symposium on Music Education, 107-119. Tulsa, OK: United States Jaycees.

 

Articles and Conference Proceedings 

 

Submitted 

Hodges, D., Teachout, D., & Sink, P. Mastery lessons from

eminent music education scholars.

 

Teachout, D. & Hodges, D. Implications that trends in

scientific research have for music education research.

 

In Press

Hodges,D., & Wilkins, R. (in press). How and why does music move us? Answers from psychology and neuroscience. Music Educators Journal.

 

Beaty, R., Benedek, M., Wilkins, Jauk, E., Fink, A., Silvia, P., Hodges, D., Koschutnig, K., & Neubauer, A. (in press). Creativity and the default network: A functional connectivity analysis of the creative brain at rest. Neuropsychologia.

 

Beaty, R., Smeekens, B., Silvia, P., Hodges, D., & Kane, M. (in press). Does practice (alone) make perfect? A preliminary study of domain-general abilities in improvisational jazz performance. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind & Brain.

 

2014

Nusbaum, E., Silvia, P., Beaty, R., Burgin, C., Hodges, D., & Kwapil,

T. (2014). Listening Between the Notes: Aesthetic Chills in Everyday Music Listening.  Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts,

8(1), 104-109. doi:10.1037/a0034867

 

Wilkins, R., Hodges, D., Laurienti, P., Steen, M., & Burdette, J. (2014). Network science and the effects of music preference on functional brain connectivity: From Beethoven to Eminem. Nature Scientific Reports,

4: 6130. doi: 10.1038/srep06130

 

2013

Beaty, R., Smeekens, B., Silvia, P., Hodges, D., & Kane, M. (2013). A first look at the role of domain-general cognitive and creative abilities in jazz improvisation. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind & Brain, 23(4), 262-268.

 

Beaty, R., Burgin, C., Nusbaum, C., Kwapil, T., Hodges, D., & Silvia, P. (2013). Music to the inner ears: Exploring individual differences in musical imagery. Consciousness and Cognition, 22, 1163-1173.

 

Hodges, D. (2013). Music listeners, philosophers, and researchers. Physics of Life Reviews, 10(3), 275-276.

 

Vaughn, B., Hooper, C., & Hodges, D. (2013). Laryngeal tension in adolescent choral singing. Journal of Singing, 69(4), 403-412.

 

2012

Wilkins, R., Hodges, D., Laurienti, P., Steen, M., & Burdette, J. (2012). Network science: A new method for investigating the complexity of musical experiences in the brain. Leonardo, 45(3), 282-283.

 

Mace, S., Wagoner, C., Teachout, D., & Hodges, D. (2012). Genre identification of very brief musical excerpts. Psychology of Music,

40(1), 112-128. 

 

2010

Hodges, D., Hairston, W., Maldjian, J., & Burdette, J. (2010). Keeping an open mind’s eye: Mediation of cross-modal inhibition in music conductors. In S.M. Demorest, S.J. Morrison, & P.S. Campbell (Eds), Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC 11), pp. 415-416. Seattle, Washington, USA. 

 

Hodges, D. & Luehrsen, M. (2010). The impact of a funded research program on music education policy.

Arts Education Policy Review, 111, 71-78.

 

Hodges, D. (2010). Can neuroscience help us do a better job of teaching music? General Music Today, 23:2, 3-12.

 

2009

Hodges, D. (2009). Brains and music, whales and apes, hearing and learning … and more. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, 27:2, 62-75.

 

2008

Phillips, S., Shoemaker, J., Mace, S., & Hodges, D. (2008). Environmental factors in susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss in student musicians. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 23:20-28.

 

Hodges, D. (2008). A Layman’s Guide to the Musical Brain.

Opus Magazine, 6:2, 8-13.

 

Hairston, D., Hodges, D., Casanova, R., Hayasaka, S., Kraft, R., Maldjian, J., & Burdette, J. (2008). Closing the mind’s eye: Deactivation of visual cortex related to auditory task difficulty. NeuroReport, 19:2, 151-154.

 

2007

Hodges, D. (2007). The significance of music in the contemporary world. Music Education Research International, 1:1, 41-46.

 

Hodges, D. (2007). Wired for music: The science of human musicality. ASTC Dimensions. July-August, 9-10.

 

Hodges, D. (2007). Musik, Gehirn und Heilkunde (Music, the Brain,

and Healing). Musik im Gesundheitswesen. Band 47, 36-48.

 

2006

Hodges, D. (2006). What research tells us about child development and learning. International Forum on Music Education.

 

Hairston, W., Hodges, D., Burdette, J. & Wallace, M. (2006). Auditory enhancement of visual temporal order judgment. NeuroReport.

May 29; 17:8, 791-795.

 

2005

Hodges, D. (Ed.). (2005). Sounds of Learning: The Impact of Music Education. Available on the web at http://performingarts.uncg.edu/music-research-institute/research-areas/music-education#impact

 

Hodges, D. Chapter 1: The Sounds of Learning Project

 

Hodges, D. & O’Connell, D. Chapter 2: The impact of music education on academic achievement

 

Hodges, D. Chapter 7: A research agenda to investigate the impact

of music education

 

Hodges, D. (2005). Why study music? International Journal of Music Education, 23:2, 111-115. [Reprint of 2002 online ISME article.]

 

Hodges. D. (2005). Music unlocks brain functions. Pan Pipes, 97:3, 12-13.  

Parsons, L., Sergent, J., Hodges, D., & Fox, P. (2005). The brain basis of piano performance. Neuropsychologia, 43:2, 199-215.

 

2004

Hodges, D. (Ed.). (2004). Music Education Panel: Final Report. Health Promotion in Schools of Music Conference. Ft. Worth, TX.

(September 30-October 2). http://www.unt.edu/hpsm/liaison_summary.htm

 

Hodges, D. (2004). Screech, hoot, and chirp: Natural soundscapes and human musicality. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, 636-638. Evanston, IL.

 

Brown, S., Martinez, M., Hodges, D., & Fox, P, & Parsons, L. (2004).

The song system of the human brain.  Cognitive Brain Research,

20: 363-375.

 

2003

Lipscomb, S., Hickey, M., Sebald, D., & Hodges, D. (2003). The creative music project: A cantometric analysis of fifth grade student composition. CREArTA: Journal of the Centre for Research and Education in the Arts, 3:2, 58-72.

 

Hodges, D. (2003). Music education and music psychology: What’s the connection?   Research Studies in Music Education. 21, 31-44.

 

2002

Hodges, D. (2002). Advocacy Statement: Why study music?
International Society for Music Education. Online at http://www.isme.org/article/articleview/95/1/26/

 

Hodges, D. (2002). Are we wired for music?
Southwestern Musician, 71:3, 16-19.

 

Hodges, D. (2002). Guest editor’s comment. IFMR News1(1). International Foundation for Music Research. Online at http://12.22.222.84./Publications/

 

Hodges, D. (2002). Musicality from birth to five. IFMR News 1(1). International Foundation for Music Research. Online at http://12.22.222.84/Publications/

 

2000

Flohr, J. & Hodges, D. (2000). Brain research applied to music education. Music of the Spheres: Proceedings of the International Society for Music Education World Conference, Edmonton, Canada, 34: 127-133

 

Hodges, D. (2000). Why are we musical? Support for an evolutionary theory of human musicality. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. Keele University, Keele, England.

 

Hodges, D. (2000). Music and brain research: Sweeter music all the time. (Reprint) The Education Digest, 66:3, 49-54.

 

Hodges, D. (Guest Editor). (2000). Music Educators Journal Special Focus Issue: Music and the Brain, 87:2.

 

Hodges, D. (2000). Implications of music and brain research, Music Educators Journal Special Focus Issue: Music and the Brain, 87:2, 17-22.

 

Hodges, D. (2000). In their own words: A Virtual panel of expert researchers, Music Educators Journal Special Focus Issue: Music

and the Brain, 87:2, 40-44, 60.

 

1999

Hodges, D. (1999). The effect of music on sleep: A review of the literature. Included in the accompanying booklet (in German) for Music and Sleep, a MusicMedicine audio CD. Energon Polygram.

 

Hodges, D. (1999). Does music really make you smarter?

Southwestern Musician, 67:9, 28-33.

 

1998

Fox, P., Parsons, L., & Hodges, D. (1998). Neural basis of the comprehension of musical harmony, melody, and rhythm.  

Society for Neuroscience Abstracts. 28, 1763.  

 

Parsons, L., Hodges, D., & Fox, P. (1998). The neural basis of the comprehension of musical harmony, melody, and rhythm. Abstracts for Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 10.

 

Hodges, D. (1998). What’s going on in there? Peeking into musician’s brains. TMEC Connections, 12:3, 6-9. Reprints requested for Southwestern Musician and Utah MEA Magazine.  

 

1997

Hodges, D. (1997). What neuromusical research has to offer music education. The Quarterly Journal of Music Teaching and Learning,

VII (2-4), 36-48.

 

Hodges, D. (1997). Standing together under one umbrella: A multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary view of music psychology.

Keynote Address. A. Gabrielsson (Ed.), Proceedings of European Society for the Cognition of Music, 33-42. Third International Conference, Uppsala, Sweden.

 

Lipscomb, S., Hodges, D. & Willis-Opalenik, J. (1997). Creating a multimedia companion to the handbook of music psychology. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Technological Directions in Music Education, 102-105. San Antonio, TX.

 

Fox, P., Sergent, J., Hodges, D., Martin, C., Jerabek, P., Glass, T., Downs, H. &  Lancaster, J. (1997). Piano performance from memory:

A PET Study. Transatlantic Roads of Music Education: World Views. Proceedings of the Third International RAIME Symposium.

Research Alliance of Institutes for Music Education, 14-15.

 

1996

Hodges, D., Lipscomb, S., Sebald, D. & Walls, K. (1996). The Institute for Music Research: A team approach. The ATMI International Newsletter,

XII (4), 1-4.

 

1995

Barrett, D. & Hodges, D. (1995). Music loudness preferences of middle school and college students. Texas Music Education Research 1995, 1-6. Also in Transatlantic Roads of Music Education: World Views.

Proceedings of the Third International RAIME Symposium. Research Alliance of Institutes for Music Education, 1997, 38-46. 

 

1994

Hodges, D. (1994). Vth International Symposium on Music Medicine. Music Therapy Yearbook, 1994. American Association for Music Therapy.

 

Hodges, D. (1994). Music and the mind. Mind Science Foundation News, Number 35, 1.

 

1993

Hodges, D. (1993). Setting an agenda for neuromusical research. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 2:2, 32-33.

 

Hodges, D. (1993). Music and the brain: A Research Conference. UTSA Current, 3:1, 5.

 

1992

Eagle, C. & Hodges, D. (1992). CAIRSS for Music in arts medicine. International Journal of Arts Medicine, 1:2, 21-25.

 

1991

Hodges, D. (1991). Recognition of aural patterns of emotion: A partial replication of the work of Manfred Clynes. Texas Music Education Research 1991, 30-37.

 

1990

Hodges, D. & Bartlett, D. (1990). The effects of a music learning experience on a dichotic listening task. Texas Music Education Research 1990, 9-16.

 

1989

Hodges, D. (1989). Ten teaching tips based on brain research. Texas Music Teachers Association Newsletter, May, 8-9, 11, 16.

 

Hodges, D. (1989).Dissertation Review: Virginia D. Hingley: Performance anxiety in music: a review of the literature. Bulletin of the Council of Research in Music Education, 100, 54-56.

 

Hodges, D. (1989). Why are we musical? Speculations on the evolutionary plausibility of musical behavior. Bulletin of the Council of Research in Music Education, 99, 7-22.

 

1985

Hodges, D. (1985). The significance of music. Required reading for delegates to Symposium '85, sponsored by the Texas Music Educators Association.

 

1984

Hodges, D. (1984). The screening of potential music educators.

The Southwestern Musician, 53:3, 9.

 

1983

Hodges, D. (1983). Microcomputers in university instrumental music education courses. Dialogue in Instrumental Music Education, 7:1, 4-7.

 

Hodges, D. (1983). A model for making and teaching musical value judgments. Upbeat San Antonio, 4:2, 5-6.

 

Hodges, D. (1983). A musician's guide to the human brain. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, 1:4, 14-18.

Reprinted in The Southwestern Musician. 1984, 53:2, 22-26.

 

1982

Hodges, D. (1982). A humanistic approach to music education.

Upbeat San Antonio, 3:1, 7.

 

Hodges, D. (n.d.). Advising musicians about microcomputers. Computers in Education Newsletter.

 

Hodges, D. (1982). Music teaching via the microcomputer. Update: Applications of Research in Music Education, 1:1, 22-24.

 

Hodges, D. & Minetree, R. (1982). Teaching music fundamentals to

non-music majors via the computer.

TMEA 1982 College Division Research Reports, XII, 1-7.

 

Hodges, D., Rustowicz, R., Fink, M. & Minetree, R. (1982).

Teaching Instrumental transposition through the computer.

TMEA 1982 College Division Research Reports, XIV, 1-5. 

 

 

1981

Hodges, D. (1981). Musical identification and lyric recall of selected brand name commercials. TMEA 1981 College Division Research Reports,

XI, 1-3.

 

Hodges, D. (1981). Does your school have one? Upbeat San Antonio,

1:1, 7.

 

Hodges, D. (1981). Want your students to act better and learn more? Upbeat San Antonio, 1:1, 7-8.

 

1980

Hodges, D. (1980). Review: Introduction to Education Research by

R. Travers. Journal of Research in Music Education, 28:1, 72-73.

 

1979

Hodges, D. (1979). The auditory pathway from ear to brain.

The Second Annual Loyola Symposium:

Hemispheric Laterality and Music, 41-48.

 

Hodges, D. (1979). Left<—Music—>Right? TMEA 1979 College Division Research Reports, II, 1-19.

 

1978

Hodges, D. (1978). Split-brain research: A new frontier. In E. Asmus (Ed.), Proceedings of the Research Symposium on the Psychology and Acoustics of Music. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press.

 

Hodges, D. (1978). Music and the brain. SCMTA

(South Carolina Music Teachers Association) News Notes, 17:3, 5-8.

 

1977

Hodges, D. (1977). A new way to start the day.

The Instrumentalist, 31:8, 98-99.

 

1975

Hodges, D. (1975). The effects of recorded aural models on the performance achievement of beginning band classes.

Journal of Band Research, 12:1, 30-34.