The Art of Science: Episode 1 [The Social Co-ordination of Music and Dance]
The Art of Science: The Social Co-ordination of Music and Dance
Learn more about a recent study in the LIVELab examining synchrony between dancers during performance.
Watch the feature documentary below, and learn more about this study and other music and dance research!
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Enacting Entrainment: The Social Coordination of Music and Dance
Dr. Justin London
Professor of Music, Cognitive Science, and the Humanities at Carleton College, MN
Dr. Henry Daniel
Artistic Director & Choreographer: Full Performing Bodies
Professor | Dance, Performance Studies, New Media Technologies | School for the Contemporary Arts | Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, Vancouver
Amanda Damaren and Seana Williams
Music Composed by
Check out other LIVELab research related to the Synchrony in Dance Study!
Past LIVELab Studies on Dance & Movement
Body, Brain, Dance Study- Mari Tervaneimi and Hanna Poikonen
NeuroArts Lab Folk Pilot- Steven Brown
Dance for Parkinson's- Matthew Woolhouse
Past LIVELab publications on synchrony:
Multi-person and multisensory synchronization during group dancing
Chauvigné, L. A., Walton, A., Richardson, M. J., & Brown, S. (2019)
Human Movement Science
Body sway reflects leadership in joint music performance
Chang, A., Livingstone, S. R., Bosnyak, D. J., & Trainor, L. J. (2017)
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences