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- Psychology : The study of systemic properties of the brain and their relation to behaviour.
- Biology : The science of life — of complex, self-organizing, information-processing systems living in the past, present or future.
- Music : The art of structuring time by combining sound and silence into rhythm, harmonies and melodies.
- Biomusicology : The study of biological aspects of music perception and production.
- History of music psychology : Description of the historical development of research in music psychology.
- Music and emotion : An overview of the intricate relationships between music and emotion.
- Music perception : The study of the neural mechanisms involved in people perceiving rhythms, melodies, harmonies and other musical features.
- Development of music perception in children : Carrying out research on the development of music perception in children anatomic and functional development of the auditory system has to be taken into consideration as well as neuropsychological aspects. As there is evidence that there are overlapping processing resources concerning music and language it is plausible to expect transfer effects between those two domains in any way.
- Music production : Principles of generating sounds and music.
- Amusia : An umbrella term for brain disorders affecting music perception and production.
- Autonomic and endocrine functions and music : Theory that music has therapeutic purposes by interacting with autonomic and endocrine functions.
- Brain plasticity and music : The adaptations and changes in the brain during learning music formally.
- Entrainment (biomusicology) : The synchronization of different individual organisms to an external rhythm, usually in the framework of social interactions.
- Evolutionary linguistics : Branch of linguistics that concerns itself with how the human faculty of language evolved; multidisciplinary field involving neurolinguistics, cognitive science, anthropology and others.
- Music therapy : The planned and creative use of music to attain and maintain health and well being.
- Musical semantics : The study of how music conveys meaning.
- Musical syntax : A set of culture-specific rules underlying the composition and interpretation of music and often dance, too.
- Origin of music : The evolutionary background of the human capacity for music.
- Pitch (music) : Perceived frequency of a sound or musical tone.
- Vocal learning : The ability of an organism to imitate sounds not inborn to it.