Professor Susan Hallam
Professor Susan Hallam
Institute of Education, University College London
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The power of music: Its impact on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young people
S Hallam
International journal of music education 28 (3), 269-289, 2010
Oxford handbook of music psychology
S Hallam, I Cross, M Thaut
Oxford University Press, 2009
Ability grouping in education
S Hallam, J Ireson
Ability Grouping in Education, 1-240, 2001
The development of metacognition in musicians: Implications for education
S Hallam
British journal of music education 18 (1), 27-39, 2001
The effects of background music on primary school pupils' task performance
S Hallam, J Price, G Katsarou
Educational studies 28 (2), 111-122, 2002
Instrumental teaching: A practical guide to better teaching and learning
S Hallam
Heinemann Educational, 1998
Music psychology in education
S Hallam
Institute of Education, University of London, 2006
The power of music
S Hallam
International Music Education Research Centre (iMERC) Press, 2015
Musical motivation: Towards a model synthesising the research
S Hallam
Music Education Research 4 (2), 225-244, 2002
Higher education music students’ perceptions of the benefits of participative music making
D Kokotsaki, S Hallam
Music Education Research 9 (1), 93-109, 2007
The power of music in the lives of older adults
A Creech, S Hallam, H McQueen, M Varvarigou
Research studies in music education 35 (1), 87-102, 2013
The development of expertise in young musicians: Strategy use, knowledge acquisition and individual diversity
S Hallam
Music Education Research 3 (1), 7-23, 2001
Academic self-concepts in adolescence: Relations with achievement and ability grouping in schools
J Ireson, S Hallam
Learning and instruction 19 (3), 201-213, 2009
The predictors of achievement and dropout in instrumental tuition
S Hallam
Psychology of music 26 (2), 116-132, 1998
Raising standards: Is ability grouping the answer?
J Ireson, S Hallam
Oxford review of education 25 (3), 343-358, 1999
Approaches to instrumental music practice of experts and novices: Implications for education
S Hallam
Does practice make perfect, 89-107, 1997
A conceptual framework for understanding musical performance anxiety
I Papageorgi, S Hallam, GF Welch
Research studies in music education 28 (1), 83-107, 2007
Research section: can the use of background music improve the behaviour and academic performance of children with emotional and behavioural difficulties?
S Hallam, J Price
British journal of special education 25 (2), 88-91, 1998
What do we know about practicing? Towards a model synthesising the research literature
S Hallam
Does practice make perfect? Current theory and research on instrumental …, 1997
Music listening and cognitive abilities in 10‐and 11‐year‐olds: The blur effect
EG Schellenberg, S Hallam
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1060 (1), 202-209, 2005
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