Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Russell Burton has been teaching classroom and instrumental music in South Australia and Victoria for over 30 years. He has a Master’s degree in Music Education and is currently undertaking a PhD in the department of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. His main area of interest is music cognition, specifically relating to how the brain processes very short sounds. Russell is currently serving on the council of ASME SA and is also a member of the Acoustical Society of America.
Year Citation 2015 Burton, R. (2015). The elements of music: what are they, and who cares?. In Music: Educating for life ASME XX th National Conference Proceedings (pp. 22-28). Adelaide. 1997 Burton, R. (1997). The effect of various non-visual conductor activities on the quality of an instrumental ensemble as judged by Eisteddfod results.. In ASME XI National Conference Proceedings: New Sounds for a New Century. Brisbane.
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