Glasba in avtizem

Authors

  • Leon Stefanija University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Slovenia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.57.1.283-290

Keywords:

psychology of music, Katarina Habe, Barbara Sicherl Kafol

Abstract

The book Music and Autism fits into the field of psychology of music. In terms of academic music research, psychology of music in Slovenia practically is in its early stages. Most of the pioneering efforts go to a handful of researchers that remain on the fringes of the Slovene academic musicological mainstream. What is more, there should be no reason to deny them credit for showing serious interest and establishing their rightful position for showcasing varied topics from the rather vast field of psychology of music. First and foremost, the editor of this volume, Katarina Habe (Assistant Professor of Psychology at the Academy of Music), is especially productive, paving the academic way in her field in Slovenia. For this book, she joined forces with her colleague Barbara Sicherl Kafol (Professor of Music Education at the Faculty of Education) to publish an outstanding collection of solid contributions on music and autism.

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References

Habe, Katarina in Barbara Sicherl Kafol, ur. Glasba in avtizem. Ljubljana: Pedagoška fakulteta Univerze v Ljubljani, 2020.

Published

05.07.2021

How to Cite

Stefanija, L. (2021). Glasba in avtizem. Musicological Annual, 57(1), 283–290. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.57.1.283-290

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