Jane Ginsborg
Jane Ginsborg
Professor of Music Psychology, Royal Northern College of Music
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Development and disadvantage: implications for the early years and beyond
A Locke, J Ginsborg, I Peers
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 37 (1), 3-15, 2002
The mental representation of music notation: Notational audiation.
W Brodsky, Y Kessler, BS Rubinstein, J Ginsborg, A Henik
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (2), 427, 2008
Shared performance cues in singing and conducting: A content analysis of talk during practice
J Ginsborg, R Chaffin, G Nicholson
Psychology of Music 34 (2), 167-194, 2006
Strategies for memorizing music
J Ginsborg
Musical excellence: Strategies and techniques to enhance performance, 123-141, 2004
Health-promoting behaviours in conservatoire students
G Kreutz, J Ginsborg, A Williamon
Psychology of Music 37 (1), 47-60, 2009
The effects of socio-economic status on children’s language acquisition and use
J Ginsborg
Language and social disadvantage: Theory into practice, 9-27, 2006
Classical singers learning and memorising a new song: An observational study
J Ginsborg
Psychology of Music 30 (1), 58-101, 2002
Music students' health problems and health-promoting behaviours
G Kreutz, J Ginsborg, A Williamon
Medical Problems of Performing Artists 23 (1), 3-11, 2008
Gestures and glances: Interactions in ensemble rehearsal
E King, J Ginsborg
New perspectives on music and gesture, 203-228, 2016
Singers' recall for the words and melody of a new, unaccompanied song
J Ginsborg, JA Sloboda
Psychology of Music 35 (3), 421-440, 2007
Healthy behaviours in music and non‐music performance students
J Ginsborg, G Kreutz, M Thomas, A Williamon
Health Education, 2009
Music performance anxiety in classical musicians–what we know about what works
R Matei, J Ginsborg
BJPsych international 14 (2), 33-35, 2017
Fit to perform: an investigation of higher education music students’ perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors toward health
LS Ara˙jo, D Wasley, R Perkins, L Atkins, E Redding, J Ginsborg, ...
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1558, 2017
Learning not to listen: the experiences of musicians with hearing impairments
R Fulford, J Ginsborg, J Goldbart
Music Education Research 13 (4), 447-464, 2011
Going outside together: Good practice with respect to the inclusion of disabled children in primary school playgrounds
H Woolley With, M Armitage, J Bishop, M Curtis, J Ginsborg
Children's Geographies 4 (3), 303-318, 2006
Language and social disadvantage: Theory into practice
J Clegg, J Ginsborg
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
Rehearsal talk: Familiarity and expertise in singer-pianist duos
J Ginsborg, E King
Musicae Scientiae 16 (2), 148-167, 2012
Health education for musicians
R Matei, S Broad, J Goldbart, J Ginsborg
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1137, 2018
Backwards and forwards in space and time: Recalling dance movement from long-term memory
CJ Stevens, J Ginsborg, G Lester
Memory Studies 4 (2), 234-250, 2011
Spoken language in the early years: The cognitive and linguistic development of three-to five-year-old children from socio-economically deprived backgrounds.
A Locke, J Ginsborg
Educational and Child Psychology, 2003
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