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BBC The One Show Media Appearance BBC One 23-FEB-2021
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We've Got Chills, They're Multiplying Professor Evangelos Himonides, UCL, demonstrating the impact of sound and music using biomedical data acquisition technology (Galvanic Skin Response) with Richie Anderson. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000sm76/the-one-show-23022021
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23-FEB-2021
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Black Holes, White Spots Media Appearance Russia-K TV 19-MAR-2020
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https://tvkultura.ru/video/show/brand_id/20863/episode_id/2252395/video_id/2282673/ Facilitated by KK BURO agency to mark the UK-Russia Year of Music programme, conducted by the British Embassy in Moscow with support from the British Council. The episode was aired on Russian federal TV channel "Russia-K".
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19-MAR-2020
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The UNXPLAINED with William Shatner Media Appearance History Channel 02-FEB-2020
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Interview recording for the UNXPLAINED with William Shatner Produced by: PROMETHEUS STUDIOS, INC. 6255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 1800, L.A., CA 90028 Tel: 323 769-4000, Fax: 323 769-4060 Date of shoot: 02/02/2020
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Inclusive music making with throat cancer survivors Invited Speaker NAOP National Academy of Psychology (India) 19-DEC-2018
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Towards Building Inclusive Societies The National Academy of Psychology (NAOP), India and the Department of Applied Psychology, Ramanujan College (University of Delhi), India are pleased to announce the 28th Annual Congress of NAOP and International Conference with the theme "Towards Building Inclusive Societies". Since antiquity scholars across the world have been struggling to figure out the dynamics of social, political and economic changes in human life. The need to maintain, sustain and perpetuate healthy society has been emphasized in various ways. Indian wisdom has always emphasized balance (Samatva) and inspired to pursue the middle path and to avoid the extremes. It resonates with the idea that the seeker of happiness should feel content(Santosh), which is contrary to the hedonistic view that has dominated the psychological discourse for long. The current developments in positive psychology have enthused a positive movement in the discipline of psychology. However still, the image of human being promoted is skewed and ignores the ground realities in less developed countries. Against this backdrop, NAOP 2018 plans to dedicate this annual congress to address some relevant issues in contemporary Indian society. One of the key goals for social development is a society for all - a society that is based on social cohesion, people’s participation, social integration, promoting equality and respect for diversity. We are fighting social exclusion based on race, gender, culture, language, ethnicity, age, physical disadvantage, economic disadvantage and many other social identities at a global level. It is important to understand the psychological processes underlying not just issues of social exclusion but social inclusion as well. India has a rich repository of indigenous knowledge about human nature, human development, social relationships, and societal development, which has found some application at the individual level but not at the societal level. The congress attempts to open some dialogue on bridging the gaps between existing knowledge and its applications, as well as consider opportunities for advancing psychological knowledge. This Congress intends to bring together academicians, professionals, researchers, NGOs and students to explore and share their knowledge related to various domains of psychology useful in the sustenance of a harmonious and inclusive society that caters to the well being of all. We thus invite you all from India and abroad to submit abstracts (maximum 200 words) of original, recent and ongoing research papers, proposals for symposia, and proposals for poster presentation that cover conceptual, hypothetical and pragmatic examinations pertaining to, though not constrained to the particular issues. We also request for proposals from academicians, professionals, and researchers for organizing preconference workshops related to teaching, research, and practice in Psychology. http://www.naop2018.in
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21-DEC-2018
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Creative musical participation and throat cancer Invited Speaker Ministry of Education, Singapore 08-NOV-2018
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Invited keynote address Arts Education Conference, Singapore
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08-NOV-2018
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Education and Big Data. Keynote lecture at II International Seminar on Research in Musical Education (SIEM) // I International Congress on Creativity in Artistic Education (CICREA) Invited Speaker University of Valencia 27-JUN-2018
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II International Seminar on Research in Musical Education (SIEM) // I International Congress on Creativity in Artistic Education (CICREA) June 27, 28, 29, 2018 – Valencia The general objective of this Seminar / International Congress is to present a series of proposals and reflections on the course carried out by tutors, doctoral students and teaching staff so that they remain useful for researchers, doctoral programs and future doctors or Teachers in active employment, both in formal and non-formal education. The Seminar / Congress has been designed in an eminently participatory way, so that it helps us to define specific actions that lead to lines of research and innovation in artistic education and to encourage collaboration between national and international doctoral programs, as well as a clear commitment to innovation in educational practices. https://siemcicreavalencia2018.wordpress.com
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29-JUN-2018
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Insights: The Art and Science of Singing Invited Speaker Royal Opera House 09-MAY-2018
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Invited Lecture Joint event between the Royal Opera House (ROH) and the Institute of Physics (IOP) 9 May 2018 Crush Hall Join University College London scientist Dr Evangelos Himonides and speech and language therapist Philippa Ratcliffe alongside live opera singers to discover how they do what they do. How do opera singers do what they do? How do they train and maintain their voices and keep them capable of filling vast auditoriums? This special event, in partnership with the Institute of Physics, brings together singers and vocal specialists to discuss the physiology and physics behind the operatic voice. [official ROH website screenshot: http://imerc.org/imerc_resources/permalink/2018_roh.png]
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09-MAY-2018
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Housewright Scholar — Visiting Professor Visiting Academic at HEI Florida State University 2018
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Appointed visiting professorship and conferred the title of Housewright Scholar for the academic year 2018–2019. Currently negotiating a series of keynote lectures during a residency at FSU, for spring 2019.
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2019
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Arts and Health Award Award Royal Society for Public Health 2011
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Arts and Health Award 2011 Royal Society for Public Health September 2011 In Recognition for Innovative and Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Arts and Health Research
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Individual, family, society - contemporary challenges, fourth edition Conference Organisation "Francisc I. Rainer" Anthropology Institute of the Romanian Academy 06-OCT-2021
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Announcement, invitation conference "Francisc I. Rainer" Anthropology Institute of the Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania The Libera Università Maria SS. Assunta (LUMSA) Human Sciences Department, Rome, Italy Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland Institute for Population and Human Studies. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria After the great success of our previous edition, we are happy to invite you to the conference Individual, family, society - contemporary challenges, fourth edition. The event will take place on Wednesday, Thursday, October 6th, 7th, 2021, 09:30 a.m. - 04:00 p.m. Due to COVID-19, this fourth edition will be organized only online! The conference will be divided into sessions as usual, with the difference that the sessions will be held online, via video conferencing software, instead of in-person. There will be no in-person events. This online scientific event brings together young researchers, scientists, and academicians willing to discuss and share knowledge in the field of medicine, psychology, sociology, anthropology and other health-related domains. As every year, we expect the conference to be an opportunity for a dynamic exchange of innovative ideas among participants. Our group offers the chance to develop a strong professional network including worldwide renowned scientists. Registration will give you live access to keynote presentations, oral sessions and workshops. And can be conveniently recorded for repeated viewing.
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07-OCT-2021
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