Kate Wareham

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I have always had an interest in music and psychology since studying with Dr David Nelson at the University of Manchester. I am now studying for a PhD in music psychology at the University of Sheffield having completed my masters with distinction in 2017.

My dissertation focussed on personal music consumption for homeless young people. You can find out more about it here.

Academic qualifications

PhD in Music Psychology

University of Sheffield, in progress

Master of Music Psychology in Education (Distinction)

University of Sheffield, 2015-2017

Master of Educational Psychology

University of Manchester, 2001-2002

Master of Mathematics

University of Manchester, 1997 - 2001


Memberships

Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research

Member since 2011

Member of the Music Education Council, UK

Member since 2015


Publications

Wareham, K.H. & Tsaklagkanou, A.A. (2016, July). How is inclusivity achieved within a youth orchestra setting? Poster Session presented at the 32nd Conference International Society of Music Education, Glasgow, UK.

Wareham, K.H. (2018, July). The consumption of music listening by homeless young people in the UK. Poster Session presented at the International Conference in Music Perception and Cognition, Graz, Austria.