European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM)
Association européenne pour les sciences cognitives de la musique
1990-12-18 Liège Belgium
18-19 Dec 1990, Liège (Belgium). Statues modified: 17 Dec 1994; 12 Sep 2003; 23 Oct 2004. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Promote theoretical, experimental and applied research and education in perception and mental processes underlying musical experience and activity; develop and disseminate knowledge of musical perception and cognition and promote its practical application; encourage European communication and cooperation in musicology, theory of music, psychology, acoustics, neurophysiology, mathematics, artificial intelligence and other related domains.
Events2021-07-27 | Sheffield, UK – Connectivity and diversity in music cognition
2021-07-25 | Sheffield, UK – Triennial Conference
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