Music & the Brain
More books and videos about music and the brain can be found using the Library's catalog
Journal ArticlesAcademic Search Premier
This multidisciplinary database is a great place to begin a search on any psychological
or sociological topic, from mental illness to developmental psychology to group dynamics.
JSTOR is a journal archive that contains older psychology journal articles as far
back as the late nineteenth century (1800s). It can even locate articles written by
Freud, Jung, Piaget, Skinner, and more.
Mental Measurements Yearbook with Tests in Print
Mental Measurements Yearbook is a guide to over 2,000 contemporary testing instruments.
The MMY series contains information essential for a complete evaluation of test products
within such diverse areas as psychology, education, business, and leadership. MMY
provides coverage from Volume 1 (1938) to the present.
Created by the American Psychological Association, this database contains scholarly
(peer-reviewed) articles from top psychology journals.
PsycINFO is another great psychology database. It can be used to locate even more
scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles on any topic in psychology.
Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Collection
This psychology database focuses more on the behavioral, emotional, and developmental
aspects of psychology.
Web ResourcesMusic Cognition Lab
The MCL at Tufts University has created this list of academic articles on various
topics in music and the brain.
Music Research Institute
The University of North Carolina—Greensboro's Music Research Institute offers access
to neuroimaging of musician brains in addition to other research on music and the
UNLV Music Lab
Faculty and students at the University of Nevada—Las Vegas have been exploring the
links between music and the brain, emotions, and related topics for years. This site
shares their research and publications.