Robert H. Woody Ph.D.

Robert H. Woody, Ph.D. teaches courses in music psychology and music education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His research has focused on the cognitive aspects of music making, including motivation and practice, expressive performance skills, and vernacular musicianship. His most recent work is the book Becoming a Real Musician: Inspiration and Guidance for Teachers and Parents of Musical Kids. He is also an author of the book Psychology for Musicians: Understanding and Acquiring the Skills (with Andreas Lehmann and John Sloboda), a contributor to the Handbook of Music and Emotion.

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