Researcher Database

Mayumi Adachi
Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences Division of Human Sciences Department of Psychology
Professor

Researcher Profile and Settings

Affiliation

  • Graduate School of Humanities and Human Sciences Division of Human Sciences Department of Psychology

Job Title

  • Professor

Degree

  • Ph.D. (Psychomusicology) at University of Washington Ed.M. (Music Education), Teachers College at Columbia University M.A. (Piano Pedagogy), Teachers College at Columbia University

URL

J-Global ID

Research Interests

  • 音楽教育   音楽知覚認知   心理音楽学   音楽心理学   音楽発達心理学   Music Education   Music Perception and Cognition   Psychomusicology   Music Psychology   Developmental Psychology of Music   

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Early childhood education and childcare
  • Humanities & social sciences / Experimental psychology / Music Psychology
  • Humanities & social sciences / Education - general
  • Humanities & social sciences / Cognitive sciences

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2019/04 - Today Hokkaido University
  • 2016/04 - Today Hokkaido University Research and Education Center for Brain Science
  • 2010/07 - Today Hokkaido University Center for Environmental and Health Sciences
  • 2005/04 - Today Sapporo Otani University Faculty of Music and Fine Arts
  • 2003/04 - 2019/09 Hirosaki University Faculty of Education
  • 2012/04 - 2019/03 Hokkaido University Graduate School of Letters
  • 2007/04 - 2012/03 Hokkaido University Graduate School of Letters
  • 2007/04 - 2008/03 Niigata University Faculty of Humanities
  • 2002 - 2007 北海道大学(文学研究科) 助教授
  • 2002 - 2007 Associate Professor
  • 2002/04 - 2003/03 札幌大谷短期大学 音楽学部 非常勤講師
  • 1998 - 2002 University of Yamanashi Faculty of Education and Human Sciences
  • 1998 - 2002 Associate Professor,Faculty of Education and Human Sciences, Yamanashi University
  • 2000/02 - 2000/05 シェフィールド大学音楽学部 招聘講師
  • 2000 Visiting Lecturer,Department of Music, University of Sheffield
  • 1998/01 - 1998/03 ワシントン大学音楽学部 招聘研究員
  • 1998 Visiting Scholar,Department of Music, University of Washington
  • 1996/01 - 1997/12 University of Toronto
  • 1996 - 1997 Researcher,Centre for Research in Child Development at University of Toronto at Mississauga
  • 1983/04 - 1985/03 カワイ音楽教室 講師

Education

  • 1989/10 - 1995/12  ワシントン大学大学院 (University of Washington)
  •        - 1995  University of Washington  Department of Music  Psychomusicology
  • 1987/01 - 1989/05  Columbia University
  •        - 1989  Teachers College at Columbia University  Department of Music  Music Education
  • 1986/01 - 1987/01  Columbia University
  •        - 1987  Teachers College at Columbia University  Department of Music  Piano Pedagogy
  • 1979/04 - 1983/03  Niigata University  Faculty of Education
  •        - 1983  Niigata University  Faculty of Education

Association Memberships

  • European Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music   International Society for Infant Studies   Society for Research in Child Development   北海道心理学会   日本音楽教育学会   日本心理学会   欧州音楽認知科学学会 (European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music)   国際乳児学会 (International Society for Infant Studies)   米国発達心理学会 (Society for Research in Child Development)   英国音楽教育・音楽心理学会 (Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research)   日本音楽知覚認知学会   Japan Music Education Society   Japanese Psychological Association   Asia-Pacific Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music   Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition   

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • 小椋 佐奈衣, 安達 真由美
    音楽知覚認知研究 = Journal of music perception and cognition 日本音楽知覚認知学会 24 (1) 3 - 11 1342-856X 2018 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Matsuda Kumi, Adachi Mayumi
    The Annals of the Hokkaido Psychological Society 北海道心理学会 40 (0) 1 - 11 0918-2756 2018 [Not refereed][Not invited]
     
    <p></p><p>We examined the validity of visual stimuli used to measure the general and the unique tendencies in emotional interpretations. The stimuli consisted of toddlers' facial expressions. The "clear" stimuli portray valence that can be interpreted consistently across individuals, measuring the general tendency of emotional interpretations. The "ambiguous" stimuli portray valence that can be interpreted differently across individuals, measuring individual differences in emotional interpretations. In Experiment 1, we showed a preliminary set of stimuli—6 clear and 8 ambiguous expressions—to two samples of college students and a sample of mothers, and asked them to interpret whether each stimulus looked happy, sad, angry, disgusted, scared, or surprised. In Experiment 2, we tested 70 mothers with 9 clear and 8 ambiguous expressions. Results in these experiments confirmed the internal validity and the external validity of our stimulus sets: All samples interpreted the clear expressions consistently while they</p><p>interpreted the ambiguous expressions inconsistently.</p><p></p>
  • Haruka Shoda, Mayumi Adachi, Tomohiro Umeda
    PLOS ONE 11 (4) e0154322  1932-6203 2016/04 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    We investigated how the audience member's physiological reactions differ as a function of listening context (i.e., live versus recorded music contexts). Thirty-seven audience members were assigned to one of seven pianists' performances and listened to his/her live performances of six pieces (fast and slow pieces by Bach, Schumann, and Debussy). Approximately 10 weeks after the live performance, each of the audience members returned to the same room and listened to the recorded performances of the same pianists' via speakers. We recorded the audience members' electrocardiograms in listening to the performances in both conditions, and analyzed their heart rates and the spectral features of the heart-rate variability (i.e., HF/TF, LF/HF). Results showed that the audience's heart rate was higher for the faster than the slower piece only in the live condition. As compared with the recorded condition, the audience's sympathovagal balance (LF/HF) was less while their vagal nervous system (HF/TF) was activated more in the live condition, which appears to suggest that sharing the ongoing musical moments with the pianist reduces the audience's physiological stress. The results are discussed in terms of the audience's superior attention and temporal entrainment to live performance.
  • Expressivity, affective nuance, and presentation modality in a performer-to-audience communication.
    Shoda, H, Adachi, M
    Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 26 (2) 167 - 178 2016 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Haruka Shoda, Haruka Shoda, Mayumi Adachi
    Frontiers in Psychology 6 2015/01 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    © 2015 Shoda and Adachi. We explore the concept that artists perform best in front of an audience. The negative effects of performance anxiety are much better known than their related cousin on the other shoulder: the positive effects of "social facilitation." The present study, however, reveals a listener's preference for performances recorded in front of an audience. In Study 1, we prepared two types of recordings of Träumerei performed by 13 pianists: recordings in front of an audience and those with no audience. According to the evaluation by 153 listeners, the recordings performed in front of an audience sounded better, suggesting that the presence of an audience enhanced or facilitated the performance. In Study 2, we analyzed pianists' durational and dynamic expressions. According to the functional principal components analyses, we found that the expression of "Träumerei" consisted of three components: the overall quantity, the cross-sectional contrast between the final and the remaining sections, and the control of the expressive variability. Pianists' expressions were targeted more to the "average" of the cross-sectional variation in the audience-present than in the audience-absent recordings. In Study 3, we explored a model that explained listeners' responses induced by pianists' acoustical expressions, using path analyses. The final model indicated that the cross-sectional variation of the duration and that of the dynamics determined listeners' evaluations of the quality and the emotionally moving experience, respectively. In line with human's preferences for commonality, the more "average" the durational expressions were in live recording, the better the listeners' evaluations were regardless of their musical experiences. Only the well-experienced listeners (at least 16 years of musical training) were moved more by the "deviated" dynamic expressions in live recording, suggesting a link between the experienced listener's emotional experience and the unique dynamics in music.
  • The pianist’s acoustical and motional expressions in the live performance of Schumann’s Träumerei.
    Shoda, H, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Performance Science 2013 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Haruka Shoda, Mayumi Adachi
    MUSIC PERCEPTION 29 (3) 237 - 254 0730-7829 2012/02 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    WE EXPLORED HOW A PIANIST MANIPULATES HIS UPPER body according to his interpretation of music. We asked a professional pianist to perform artistic, deadpan, and exaggerated renditions of two structurally contrasting pieces. The pianist's affective interpretations clearly differentiated among the three renditions. The artistic rendition, representing the true nature of the piece, was compared to the contrived deadpan and exaggerated renditions. The pianist's range of body movement in the artistic rendition differed from the other two for a fast, energetic piece, whereas it only differed from the deadpan for a slow, romantic piece. The pianist highlighted the structural contrasts within the artistic rendition by manipulating his range of body movement and by coordinating the variations between body movement and temporal/dynamical projection of tones.
  • The Effects of the listening context on the audience’s perceptions of artistry, expressiveness, and affective qualities in the piano performance.
    Shoda, H, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music 925 - 929 2012 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Exploration of implicit memory for melody by means of divided attention task
    Ito, N, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 2012 Spring Meeting of Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition. 15 - 20 2012 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Effects of melodic structure and meter on the sight-reading performances of beginners and advanced pianists.
    Adachi, M, Takiuchi, K, Shoda, H
    Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music 5 - 8 2012 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Does native language influence the mother’s interpretation of an infant’s musical and linguistic babblings?
    Adachi, M, Falk, S
    Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music 1 - 4 2012 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Implicit memory in melody: An exploration of mere exposure effect and indirect recognition procedure.
    Ito, N, Matsuoka, K, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 2011 Fall Meeting of Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition 65 - 68 2011 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • The effect of background music on cognitive task performance: An interaction between music and personality.
    Tani, Y, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 2011 Fall Meeting of Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition 59 - 64 2011 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • The influence of specific intervals and directions on the closure of 12-tone melodies.
    Koyama, N, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 2011 Fall Meeting of Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition 37 - 41 2011 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Canadian and Japanese preschoolers’ creation of happy and sad songs.
    Adachi, M, Trehub, S. E
    Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain 21 69 - 82 2011 [Refereed][Invited]
  • A Japanese infant’s vocal features in daily contexts of infant-directed speech and song: A case study.
    Adachi, M, Ando, T
    Proceedings of the 2010 Spring Meeting of the Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition 1 - 4 2010 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Effects of the musical period on the pianist’s body movement: Its time-series relationships with temporal expressions.
    Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition [CD-ROM] 843 - 848 2010 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Time-series analysis of relationships between the pianist’s body movement and the temporal expression for Romantic pieces.
    Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Music Communication Science 137 - 140 2009 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • SHODA HARUKA, NAKAMURA TOSHIE, ADACHI MAYUMI
    ヒューマンインタフェースシンポジウム論文集(CD-ROM) 2008 ROMBUNNO.1123 - 36 1345-0794 2008/09 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Emotional communication of a pianist's intended expression via acoustical and visual information.
    Shoda, H, Nakamura, T, Draguna, R. M, Kawase, S, Katahira, K, Yasuda, S, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition 517 - 520 2008 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Japanese college students’ emotional responses to J-POP-like songs on physiological and psychological measures.
    Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition [1/1 (CD-ROM)] . 490 - 495 2008 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • The role of musical environment at home in the infant’s development (Part 1): Japanese mother’s understanding and practice of taikyo and its effects on the mother’s labor and the infant’s development.
    Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition [1/1 (CD-ROM)]. 752 - 757 2008 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • The role of musical environment at home in the infant’s development (Part 2): Exploring effects of early musical experiences on the infant’s physical and motor development during the first 2 years.
    Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition [1/1 (CD-ROM)]. 757 - 757 2008 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • The role of musical environment at home in the infant’s development (Part 4): Japanese mothers’ involvement in music and its effects on parenting.
    Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (pp. 729-733). [1/1 (CD-ROM)] 729 - 733 2008 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Effects of tune and lyrics in emotional responses to music.
    Iwai, K, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 2006 Fall Meeting of the Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition. 57 - 62 2006 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Influences of music learning in meter perception: How does school music education interact with extracurricular music learning?
    ADACHI Mayumi
    Proceedings of the 2006 Spring Meeting of the Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition 23 - 28 2006 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 安達 真由美, 中田 隆行
    音楽知覚認知研究 日本音楽知覚認知学会 12 (1) 57 - 70 1342-856X 2006 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • Carlsen James C, 安達 真由美
    音楽教育実践ジャーナル 日本音楽教育学会 3 (1) 6 - 15 2005/08 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • M Adachi, SE Trehub, J Abe
    JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH 46 (4) 322 - 336 0021-5368 2004/11 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    We explored children's and adults' ability to perceive the emotional intent of sung performances by Canadian children who were 8-10 years old. Experiment 1 revealed that Canadian listeners were more accurate on happy renditions than on sad renditions of songs and on skilled ("good") than on unskilled ("ordinary") performances. Moreover, children's accuracy was greater than that of adults. In Experiment 2, Japanese children and adults with limited comprehension of spoken English successfully perceived the expressive intentions of Canadian children, but they were more accurate on sad renditions than on happy renditions. Japanese children performed better than adults, but only on the sad renditions. Moreover, the accuracy of Japanese children and adults was greater for skilled than for unskilled singers, but only on happy renditions. Finally, expressive cues in children's sung performances were predictive of accuracy regardless of the age or the cultural background of listeners (Experiment3).
  • Perception of the intended emotions in Japanese children’s songs.
    Proceedings of the 18th International Congress on Acoustics [1/1 (CD-ROM)] IV 2725 - 2728 2004 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • 「幼児の自作歌に見られる情動表現」
    『音楽心理学音楽療法研究年報』 32 3 - 10 2003 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • EG Schellenberg, M Adachi, KT Purdy, MC McKinnon
    JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-GENERAL 131 (4) 511 - 537 0096-3445 2002/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Melodic expectancies among children and adults were examined. In Experiment 1, adults, 11-year-olds, and 8-year-olds rated how well individual test tones continued fragments of melodies. In Experiment 2, 11-, 8-, and 5-year-olds sang continuations to 2-tone stimuli. Response patterns were analyzed using 2 models of melodic expectancy. Despite having fewer predictor variables, the 2-factor model (E. G. Schellenberg, 1997) equaled or surpassed the implication-realization model (E. Narmour, 1990) in predictive accuracy. Listeners of all ages expected the next tone in a melody to be proximate in pitch to the tone heard most recently. Older listeners also expected reversals of pitch direction, specifically for tones that changed direction after a disruption of proximity and for tones that formed symmetric patterns.
  • 安達 真由美, 中島 祥好
    音楽知覚認知研究 日本音楽知覚認知学会 8 (2) 93 - 108 1342-856X 2002 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • Children's imagination in music.
    Proceedings of the 17th Congress of International Association of Empirical Aesthetics. 457 - 462 2002 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Infants encountering music: An exploration of musical affordances.
    Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. [CD-ROM] 454 - 456 2002 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Knowledge- and skill-transfer into preschool children’s song making activities.
    Proceedings of the Third Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research, Vol. I 33 - 36 2001 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • How do Japanese children express emotion in the stories and lyrics?
    ADACHI Mayumi
    Proceedings of the 2000 Fall Meeting of the Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition 65 - 68 2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Vygotsky's theory and musical development.
    Annual of Music Psychology and Therapy 29 13 - 19 2000 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • Involving every child in music making.
    ADACHI Mayumi
    Journal of Applied Educational Research 6 25 - 35 2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • ヴィゴツキーの理論と音楽的発達.
    音楽心理学音楽療法研究年報 29 13 - 19 2000 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • Mayumi Adachi, Sandra E. Trehub
    Music Perception 18 (2) 213 - 224 0730-7829 2000 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Adults and children were exposed to separate visual and auditory cues from paired renditions of familiar songs by young, untrained singers who attempted to express happiness and sadness. Same-age children and adults decoded the expressive intentions of 8- to 10-year-old singers with comparable accuracy (Experiment 1). For performances by 6- to 7-year-old singers, same-age children were less accurate decoders than were adults (Experiment 2). The younger performers also provided poorer cues to the intended emotion than did the older performers. Moreover, 6- to 7year-olds were less accurate than 8- to 10-year-olds at decoding the performances of 8- to 10-year-old singers (Experiment 3). The findings indicate that, although young children successfully produce and interpret happy and sad versions of familiar songs, 6- to 7-year-old children are less proficient than are 8- to 10-year-old children and adults. © 2000 by the regents of the university of california all rights reserved.
  • Musical emotion in the songs of Canadian children.
    Adachi, M, Trehub, S. E
    Musical emotion in the songs of Canadian children. Proceedings of the 1999 Fall Meeting of the Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition 69 - 74 1999 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Children’s communication of emotion in song.
    Music, Mind and Science 454 - 465 1999 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Perception of emotional qualities in the songs of Canadian children.
    Adachi, M, Trehub, S. E
    Proceedings of the 1998 Fall Meeting of the Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition 55 - 62 1998 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Mayumi Adachi, Sandra E. Trehub
    Psychology of Music 26 (2) 133 - 153 1741-3087 1998 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Children 4-12 years of age (N = 160) were recorded (audio and video) as they sang two versions of a familiar song, once in an attempt to make an adult listener happy and once to make her sad. Coding of gestural, vocal, linguistic and musical devices revealed that children used all of these means to portray contrastive emotions. Regardless of age or singing skill, children relied primarily on expressive devices used in interpersonal communication (e.g. tempo, facial expression) and made relatively little use of music-specific devices (e.g. legato). Moreover, they used a greater variety of expressive devices in their sad performances than in their happy performances. Finally, age-related changes reflected the influence of maturity, socialisation and musical knowledge. © 1998 by the Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education.
  • Perception of emotional qualities in children’s singing: Cross-cultural perspectives.
    Adachi, M, Fallon, M, Trehub, S. E
    Searching for a New Paradigm of Music Education Research: An International Perspective 55 - 63 1998 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • 安達 真由美
    音楽教育学 日本音楽教育学会 27 (1) 25 - 36 0289-6907 1997/06 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Cross-cultural study of symbolic representations of rhythm between American and Japanese elementary school children.
    Japanese Journal of Music Education Research 27 (1) 25 - 36 1997 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Japanese children’s use of linguistic symbols in depicting rhythm patterns.
    Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition 413 - 418 1996 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Measuring melodic expectancies with children.
    Adachi, M, Carlsen, J. C
    Council for Research in Music Education (127) 1 - 7 1995 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • The role of the adult in the child's early musical socialization: A Vygotskian perspective.
    The Quarterly: Journal of Music Teaching & Learning 5 (3) 26 - 35 1994 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Melodic expectancy development in musical children.
    Proceedings of the Third International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition 143 - 144 1994 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Development of young children's music reading via instruction.
    Proceedings of the Fifth Early Childhood Music Education Seminar 83 - 107 1992 [Refereed][Not invited]

Books etc

  • 美しさと魅力の心理
    安達 真由美 (ContributorII-19: 音楽にともなう身体の動き (pp. 110-111); II-20: 音楽の魅力とは? (pp. 112-113))
    ミネルヴァ書房 2019/10
  • The Oxford Handbook of Children's Musical Cultures
    ADACHI Mayumi (Joint workThe nature of music nurturing in Japanese preschools (pp. 449-465))
    Oxford University Press 2013
  • ADACHI Mayumi, Chee-Hoo Lum, Peter Whiteman (Joint workChapter 7: Incorporating formal lesson materials into spontaneous musical play (pp. 133-160).)
    Information Age Publishing 2012/06 (ISBN: 161735774X) 276
  • The Oxford Handbook of Music Education (Volume 1)
    ADACHI Mayumi, TREHUB Sandra E (Joint workMusical lives of infants (pp. 229-247))
    Oxford University Press 2012
  • 安達 真由美, 安達 真由美, 小川 容子, 小川 容子, R.パーンカット, G.E.マクファーソン (Supervisor)
    誠信書房 2011/09 (ISBN: 4414306264) 432
  • 冨田 康之, 千葉 惠, 川口 暁弘, 櫻井 義秀, 安達 真由美, 鈴木 幸人, 津田 芳郎, 武田 雅哉, 千葉 惠 (Joint work)
    北海道大学出版会 2011/04 (ISBN: 4832933779) 220
  • A study of healthy being: From interdisciplinary perspectives
    ADACHI Mayumi (Joint workMusic and well-being: Paradox between “wellness” and “illness” in western art music (pp. 104-116))
    Azusa Syuppan 2010/03
  • 音楽教育学の未来
    安達真由美, 吉本有 (Joint work大学生の日常生活における選択的音楽聴取の検討 (pp. 84-97))
    音楽之友社 2009/10
  • 認知科学への招待2ー心の研究の多様性を探る
    安達 真由美 (Joint work音楽の意味を科学する (pp. 148-166))
    研究社 2006/12
  • 心を測る
    安達 真由美 (Joint work認知機能の発達(pp. 161-179))
    八千代出版 2005/04
  • Adachi, M, Chino, Y, Sing Lau, Anna H, H. Hui, Grace Y. C. Ng (Joint workInspiring creativity through music.)
    World Scientific Pub Co Inc 2004/09 (ISBN: 9812388265) 431
  • 日本音楽教育事典
    安達 真由美 (Contributor音楽的発達、乳児期の音楽的発達、児童期の音楽的発達、青年期の音楽的発達、音楽の認知、音の記憶、音楽テスト、早期教育、音楽教育学の方法)
    音楽之友社 2004
  • 認知科学辞典
    安達 真由美 (Contributor音楽発達、音楽能力、音楽適正・能力検査)
    共立出版 2002
  • 音楽教育学研究(1)音楽教育の理論研究
    安達真由美, サンドラ E. トレハブ (Joint work情動概念によって引き出される子どもの創造性—創造的音楽づくりへの提言—(pp. 46-57))
    音楽之友社 2000/04
  • Music, Mind and Science
    ADACHI Mayumi, TREHUB Sandra E (Joint workChildren’s communication of emotion in song (pp. 454-465))
    Seoul National University Press 1999

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Ogura Sanae, Adachi Mayumi
    The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association  2018
  • 小椋 佐奈衣, 安達 真由美
    北海道心理学研究  2018
  • 胎児期から乳児期における音楽のアフォーダンス.  [Invited]
    安達 真由美
    日本認知科学会「芸術と情動」研究分科会 シンポジウム「子どもと音楽」  2017/10
  • 浅羽 みなみ, 星 英仁, 安達 真由美
    北海道心理学研究  2017
  • 草薙 恵美子, 星 信子, 安達 真由美, 陳 省仁, 高村 仁知
    日本教育心理学会総会発表論文集  2014
  • 星 信子, 草薙 恵美子, 陳 省仁, 安達 真由美, 高村 仁知
    日本教育心理学会総会発表論文集  2014
  • 草薙 恵美子, 星 信子, 高村 仁知, 安達 真由美, 陳 省仁, 大石 正
    日本教育心理学会総会発表論文集  2012/11
  • 星 信子, 草薙 恵美子, 高村 仁知, 安達 真由美, 陳 省仁, 大石 正
    日本教育心理学会総会発表論文集  2012/11
  • 音楽に対する身体動作:パス解析を利用した身体動作メカニズムの解明.  [Not invited]
    谷陽祐, 鈴木智尋, 安達真由美
    第40回Young Perceptionists' Seminar (YPS2012), 札幌, 山渓苑.  2012/09
  • シューマン「トロイメライ」の音響・身体表現に聴衆の存在が及ぼす影響.  [Not invited]
    正田悠, 安達真由美
    第40回Young Perceptionists' Seminar (YPS2012), 札幌, 山渓苑.  2012/09
  • Does an Icelandic woman know when a Japanese toddler sings?  [Not invited]
    Adachi, M, Gudmundsdottir, H. R
    The 4th Annual Conference of AIRS (Advanced Interdisciplinary Research in Singing), UPEI, Charlottetown, Canada.  2012/08
  • 音楽コミュニケーション  [Invited]
    安達 真由美
    砂川市市民大学講演会  2012/06
  • 認知課題遂行時における無意識的な身体の動き:高覚醒音楽を背景として  [Not invited]
    谷陽祐, 安達真由美
    日本心理学会第76回大会発表論文集.  2012
  • ピアノ演奏における聴衆の心拍変動に聴取文脈が及ぼす影響: コンサート場面と音のみ聴取場面の比較  [Not invited]
    正田悠, 安達真由美
    日本心理学会第76回大会発表論文集.  2012
  • Effects of interactions with young children on Japanese women’s interpretation of musical babblings.  [Not invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    the 2011 Meeting of the Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Rochester, NY, USA.  2011/08
  • 今田 匡彦, 河野 美砂子, 安達 真由美
    音楽教育学  2011
  • Can prospective parents differentiate between an infant’s musical and linguistic babblings?  [Not invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    at the 11th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Seattle, WA, USA.  2010/08
  • How do mothers differentiate between a toddler’s musical and linguistic babblings?  [Not invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    the 29th ISME World Conference 2010, Beijing, China.  2010/08
  • SHODA Haruka, ADACHI Mayumi
    The Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the Japanese Psychological Association  2010
  • 乳児のひとり遊びに見られる音楽との潜在的・顕在的相互作用について  [Invited]
    安達 真由美
    北海道大学数学連携サロン  2009/12
  • A possible role of the caregiver in the early acquisition of the infant's musical babbling.  [Invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    The 10th Symposium on the Cultural Formation of Responsibility, Kyoto University, Japan.  2009/12
  • 1歳児向け音楽レッスンに参加する母親の育児意識、母親自身の音楽との関わり方、及び音楽レッスンへの期待について.  [Not invited]
    安達真由美, 松田久美, 岩井香織, 寺田良紀
    日本音楽教育学会第40回大会  2009/10
  • ピアニストの身体動作と演奏音の時間的表現の時系列分析: ロマン派楽曲の演奏から.  [Not invited]
    正田悠, 安達真由美
    第37回Young Perceptionists' Seminar (YPS2009), 軽井沢文化山荘.  2009/09
  • Relations between the acoustical features and the pianist’s body movements in different expressions: A case study.  [Not invited]
    Shoda, H, Adachi, M
    Proceedings of the 73rd Meeting of the Japanese Psychological Society  2009/08
  • A Japanese infant’s vocal features in daily contexts of infant-directed speech and song: A case study.  [Not invited]
    Adachi, M, Ando, T
    the 1st Annual Conference AIRS Advanced Interdisciplinary Research in Singing, UPEI, Charlottetown, Canada.  2009/06
  • 松田 久美, 安達 真由美
    日本教育心理学会総会発表論文集  2008/09
  • Happy versus Sad—子どもはどう歌に託すのか?-  [Not invited]
    安達 真由美
    北海道大学大学院文学研究科平成20年度公開講座  2008/07
  • 岩井香織, 安達真由美
    北海道心理学研究  2008/05
  • 正田 悠, 中村 敏枝, 安田 晶子, 森 数馬, 安達 真由美
    日本心理学会大会発表論文集  2008
  • Shoda Haruka, Nakamura Toshie, Yasuda Shoko, Mori Kazuma, Adachi Mayumi
    Proceedings JSCP  2008 
    Shoda et al. (2007) suggested that 'artistic' performances reveal emotional features of the musical pieces, through an experiment in which participants rated their multi-dimensional impressions about the emotional content of some renditions performed with 'deadpan', 'artistic', and 'exaggerated' intentions. As such impressions may depend on the listeners' musical experience, in the present study we investigated the listeners' perceived musical emotions of two groups: one consisted of participants with long musical training (N=41), and the other consisted of participants with low musical experience (N=42). As a result, the fundamental pattern of impression ratings was similar for both groups. However, the suggestion that 'artistic' performances communicate the emotional features of musical pieces particularly applied to the listeners with higher musical training.
  • 音楽は乳児に何を提供するのか—音楽のアフォーダンス-  [Invited]
    安達 真由美
    日本女子大学坪能研究室  2007/12
  • Effects of Language Culture and Educational Method in Children’s Depiction of Rhythm Patterns.  [Invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    The 3rd Baby Forum: Development of Music Cognition and Concepts, Tamagawa University, Japan.  2007/03
  • How do Canadian and Japanese Children Express Happiness and Sadness via Their Songs?  [Invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    The 3rd Baby Forum: Development of Music Cognition and Concepts, Tamagawa University, Japan.  2007/03
  • 尾崎知世, 安達真由美
    北海道心理学研究  2006/09
  • Japanese home environments and infants’ spontaneous responses to music: Initial reports.  [Not invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    he 9th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Bologna, Italy.  2006/08
  • Toward Fostering Creativity through a Music-making Mind  [Invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    The Third International Symposium on Child Development, “Creativity and Play: power, purpose, possibilities,” Hong Kong Baptist University.  2006/07
  • 小嶋 祥三, 桑野 園子, 安達 真由美, 唐沢 穣, 繁桝 算男
    日本心理学会大会発表論文集  2006
  • Effects of Specialist Musical Training on Melodic Expectancy Profiles.  [Not invited]
    Adachi, M, Ozaki, C
    the 2nd Asia-Pacific Symposium on Cognitive Science of Music, Ewha Woman’s University, Seoul, Korea.  2005/08
  • グループ活動にみる作曲プロセスの発達—小1・小4・中1におけるフィールド実験を通して—.  [Not invited]
    安達 真由美
    日本音楽教育学会第35回大会.  2004/11
  • Non-musician’s expression of emotion in music: How do Japanese manipulate a familiar song?  [Not invited]
    Adachi, M, Ise, A
    the 8th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, Evanston, IL, USA.  2004/08
  • Memorial symposium for Takao Umemoto.  [Not invited]
    Adachi, M, Ohgushi, K, Deutsch, D, Nakata, T, Davidson, J. W, Burland, K
    Symposium at the 8th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition, Evanston, IL, USA.  2004/08
  • Developmental and cross-cultural perspectives on singing.  [Invited]
    Adachi, M
    Invited Symposium: Music across the life-span at the 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China.  2004/08
  • 五十嵐めぐみ, 安達真由美
    日本心理学会大会発表論文集  2003/08
  • 安達真由美
    日本心理学会大会発表論文集  2002/08
  • Creative music making for everyone: “Making music is easy!”  [Not invited]
    Adachi, M, Chino, Y, Fukazawa, K
    Creativity: A Moment of Aha! (The Second International Symposium on Child Development), Hong Kong Baptist University.  2001/06
  • Children:s melodic expectancies: A cross-cultural perspective.  [Not invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    the International Workshop of the Japanese Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Kyushu Institute of Design, Fukuoka, Japan.  2001/05
  • 日常的学習と音楽的発達  [Invited]
    安達 真由美
    北海道大学認知過程研究会  2001/04
  • Why can’t Japanese elementary school children make up songs?  [Not invited]
    Proceedings of the Third Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research, Vol. II  2001
  • Musical Development and Intervention.  [Invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    The 32nd National Meeting of the Society for Music Psychology and Music Therapy, Japan.  2000/12
  • 子どもにとって音楽的発達とは?  [Invited]
    安達 真由美
    広島大学教育学部高須研究室  2000/06
  • ワークショップ:音楽知覚認知研究を巡る状況.  [Not invited]
    中島祥好, 星野悦子, 安達真由美, 大浦容子他
    日本心理学会第63回大会  1999/09
  • Characteristics and the origin of melodic expectancies during early childhood.  [Not invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    Perspectives of Music, the Mind, and Education (Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education), Cambridge, UK.  1996/03
  • Children’s Creative Music Making through Peer Collaborations.  [Invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    Invited Lecture at the University of Leicester, UK  1996/03
  • Children’s expressive devices in singing.  [Not invited]
    Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition  1996
  • Effects of scale step upon the listener's expectancy for reversal structures.  [Not invited]
    Adachi, M, Carlsen, J. C
    The Annual Conference of the Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Philadelphia, USA.  1993/06
  • The transferential mode of music reading: evidence of the efficacy of a spiral learning curriculum for the development of preschool children's music reading.  [Not invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    Washington Music Educators Association, Tacoma, WA, USA.  1992/02
  • Western Influences in Japanese Pop Music  [Invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    Invited Workshop for Highschool Students, University of Washington, USA.  1991
  • Knowledge organization and problem solving strategies in piano instruction.  [Not invited]
    ADACHI Mayumi
    The 33rd Annual Meeting of the College Music Society, Washington D. C., USA.  1990/10

MISC

  • 今田 匡彦, 河野 美砂子, 安達 真由美, 若尾 裕  音楽教育学  41-  (2)  42  -49  2011  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • ペース先生へ書きたかった手紙.
    安達 真由美  ペース・メソッド研究会ジャーナル  44-  15  -16  2010  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • 安達 真由美  音楽知覚認知研究  16-  (1)  25  -27  2010  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (CDROM).
    MIYAZAKI, K, HIRAGA, Y, ADACHI, M  ICMPC10.  2008  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 安達 真由美  音楽知覚認知研究  13-  (1)  43  -46  2007  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 安達 真由美, 小泉 恭子  音楽教育実践ジャーナル  3-  (1)  4  -5  2005  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 安達 真由美  初等教育資料  (779)  56  -59  2004/03  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • 「第3回アジア太平洋音楽教育シンポジウム」に関わって.
    安達 真由美  ペース・メソッド研究会ジャーナル  23-  3  -4  2002  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • “モペット”の秘密.
    安達 真由美  ペース・メソッド研究会ジャーナル  23-  28  -34  2002  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • 安達 真由美, 高須 一, 水戸 博道, 中田 隆行, 小川 容子  音楽教育学  31-  (4)  1  -11  2002  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 音楽教育研究における量的(実証的)研究と質的(解釈論的)研究—その対立の構図を巡って—.
    小川容子, 安達真由美, 高須一他  音楽教育学  29-  (3)  7  -11  2000  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • James C. Carlsen: The Need to Know に何を学ぶか.
    安達 真由美  音楽教育研究ジャーナル  13-  15  -16  2000  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 英国シェフィールド大学音楽学部における学術と芸術の融合.
    安達 真由美  日本音楽知覚認知学会平成12年度春季研究発表会資料集  57  -58  2000  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • コミュニティー・コンサートのすすめ
    安達 真由美  第5回「育の会」コンサート “Le Concert Grandissant” プログラム  2000  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • 小川 容子, 安達 真由美, 高須 一  音楽教育学  29-  (3)  7  -11  2000/01  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 音楽における社会心理学的研究の動向.
    安達 真由美  音楽知覚認知研究  5-  (1)  56  -59  1999  [Refereed][Not invited]
  • ペース・メソッドと発達・教育心理学 (Part I).
    安達 真由美  ペース・メソッド研究会ジャーナル  (11)  4  -9  1999  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • ペース・メソッドと発達・教育心理学 (Part II).
    安達 真由美  ペース・メソッド研究会ジャーナル  (12)  2  -7  1999  [Not refereed][Invited]
  • 平成10年度教大協全国大会報告.
    安達 真由美  CMC:音楽文化の創造  10-  77  -80  1998  [Not refereed][Invited]

Awards & Honors

  • 1993 University of Washington Systematic Musicology Writing Awards
     "The role of the adult in the child’s early musical socialization: A Vygotskian perspective" 
    受賞者: ADACHI Mayumi

Research Grants & Projects

  • 歌唱能力の発達を測定するための国際的歌唱テストの開発
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada:国際共同研究 (AIRS)
    Date (from‐to) : 2010/04 -2016/03 
    Author : Annabel Cohen
  • 歌唱に関する国際的データベース作成
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada:国際共同研究 (AIRS)
    Date (from‐to) : 2010/04 -2016/03 
    Author : Annabel Cohen
  • 乳児の音楽的喃語と言語的喃語の発達における親の役割について
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada:国際共同研究 (AIRS)
    Date (from‐to) : 2009/04 -2016/03 
    Author : Annabel Cohen
  • 子どもの情緒・認知・創造性・社会性における音楽学習の効果
    (株)エルム楽器:共同研究
    Date (from‐to) : 2007/04 -2016/03 
    Author : 安達 真由美
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(挑戦的萌芽研究)
    Date (from‐to) : 2013 -2014 
    Author : 安達 真由美
     
    本研究が目指す最終目的は、妊婦と胎児にとって音楽が果たす生態学的役割について解明することである。それは、古代中国の時代から「養生的胎教」(李,2010)と呼ばれてきた概念(妊婦の健康管理が胎児の健康・発育に影響を与えるとする考え方)や、最近の実証的研究に基づく理論的枠組みである「胎児起源 Fetal Origin(Paul, 2010)、すなわち、出生後の子どもの体質や食の好み、心理的特性が胎児期の経験に由来するという理論につながっている。近年、音楽が健康に与える様々な効用(McDonald et al.,2012)が明らかになってきているが、本応募課題では、特に妊婦と胎児に焦点を当て、妊娠中の音楽の効用に関するメカニズムに迫る。具体的には、音楽に対する妊婦の反応とそれに影響を与える妊婦の個人特性との関連性を明らかにした上で、妊婦だけが音楽を聴いているときと胎児だけが音楽に接触しているときの、胎児の反応を比較検討することを目的としている。具体的には、妊娠週数に基づき、胎児の発達レベルを「聴覚形成前・胎動感有(18~22 週)」、「聴覚形成期(23~27 週)」「聴覚完成期(28~32 週)」「聴覚完成後(33~36 週)」の5段階に分け、各段階に該当する妊婦20 人(計80 人)を対象に、妊婦・胎児それぞれから次のデータを採集し、分析・検討している。妊婦:「実験前後の気分測定(POMS 短縮版)」「音楽聴取前後の唾液中ストレスマーカー(アミラーゼ)測定」「楽しさ、優しさ、悲しさを表現している楽曲聴取時の連続心拍測定」「各楽曲に対する印象評価」「成人用気質調査票短縮版(ATQ-Short)」「食事調査票」「ストレス回避・解消行動調査票」「一般参加者情報のための質問紙(音楽経験含む)」胎児:「振動音響刺激検査(胎児心拍パターンの確認)」「超音波診断装置による胎児の映像録画」
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
    Date (from‐to) : 2011 -2013 
    Author : Yoko OGAWA, 安達 真由美
     
    This study was conducted to propose a child-centered model in order to improve music literacy of elementary school children. We examined the roles of effective instruction, teaching method, and small-group activity, focusing on the contemporary music. In this study, we conducted pretest-posttests, questionnaires, and semi-structured interviews. In the pretests, less than half of children were able to identify characteristics of contemporary music. During the study, the teacher set up situations in which the students were required to work and think together in small groups during every lesson.During the 3 years of study, students' abilities to apply a deeper thinking style increased and the proportion of children who were able to recognize the specific skill at a professional composer rose to 80%. It was also found that the effective strategies, including repetition listening, comparing the true and false music pieces resulted in the rise of listening literacy of children.
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
    Date (from‐to) : 2011 -2013 
    Author : Emiko KUSANAGI, 高村 仁知, 安達 真由美, 陳 省仁, 星 信子, 大石 正
     
    Questionnaires, real-time internet interviews and analysis of metals contained in children's hair were conducted to investigate the change of temperament of three cohorts of children, differences of temperament in kindergarten vs daycare center children, and potential effects of psychosocial and environmental chemicals on temperament. Questionnaires result showed no significant difference in children's temperament between 1992 and 2002, while children's temperament in 2002 showed some peculiarities as compared with that of children in other cohorts. Children of daycare centers were found to be higher on Extroversion/Surgency than kindergarten children. Results from internet interviews and questionnaires indicated that the presence or absence of siblings, and the physical closeness in family life were determinants of temperament. Significant relationship between children's temperament and mothers' dietary habit during pregnancy and current dietary habit of children were also found.
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(挑戦的萌芽研究)
    Date (from‐to) : 2011 -2012 
    Author : Mayumi ADACHI, 水上 尚典, 半田 康, 多賀 昌江
     
    We explored how fetuses (N = 18) of different developmental phases (18-27 and 28-37 weeks GAs) would respond to low-to-middle-pitch-range cello pieces in two different contexts: When they were played to mothers through a headphone, and when they were played through a speaker with normal amplitude (70 dB) while the mother was listening to an ocean-wave-like noise. The fetal movements were recorded by the ultrasound, and leg and arm movements were coded by means of the Observer XT. The movement data during the baseline and each type of musical exposures were analyzed by lag sequential analysis, which provided Z scores representing the degree of contingency between music and movement. Results showed that only fetuses of 28-37 weeks GA moved either legs or arms more often when music was presented through a speaker than the other context. Moreover, this later stage of fetuses moved more when the mothers were listening to "tender" than "happy" pieces through the headphone.
  • A longitudinal study on how individual differences affect fetal and pregnant women's respones to music
    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
    Date (from‐to) : 2011
  • Global Test Battery in Singing
    International Joint Research Projects (AIRS)
    Date (from‐to) : 2010
  • Multimodal analysis on singing
    International Joint Research Projects (AIRS)
    Date (from‐to) : 2010
  • The role of parents in the development of the infant's musical and linguistic babbings
    International Joint Research Projects (AIRS)
    Date (from‐to) : 2009
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
    Date (from‐to) : 2006 -2008 
    Author : Mayumi ADACHI, 松田 久美
     
    本研究は、30組の母子を対象に、子どもが生後3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24ヶ月の時に家庭を訪問し、母親への面接調査と子どもへのフィールド実験を行った。胎児期から生後24ヶ月までの育児環境の変化と家庭の音楽環境の変化、子どもの音楽への反応の変化、子どもの運動機能発達の様相を縦断的に追った。
  • Effects of formal music learning on children's emotional, cognitive, creative, and social development.
    Cooperative Research
    Date (from‐to) : 2007
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(A))
    Date (from‐to) : 2003 -2006 
    Author : Jun-ichi ABE, 菱谷 晋介, Iwao YOSHINO, Mayumi ADACHI, Etsuko HOSHINO, Akihiro OKADA, Yasuhiro GOTO
     
    This research project investigated the perceptual processes and emotional responses of music. We especially focused on the tonal organization processes of music, and executed several experimental studies on that processes as follows.Pitch set appears to serve as a primary cue for key identification of a melody. Previous studies have proposed additional sequence properties in a melody (e.g., augmented fourth, the diminished fifth, perfect fifth and so on) that may function as further cues, however, the role of the latter in key identification is controversial. One of our experimental studies was designed to investigate what kinds of sequence properties, i.e., local properties, if any, function as reliable cues for key identification. Listeners were asked to identify keys for 450 melodies that consisted of the same pitch set but differed in sequential constraints. Using multiple discriminant analyses, we evaluated relative contributions of as many kinds of local sequence properties as possible (e.g., single intervals, single intervals in each sequential position, single pitch classes in each sequential position, and so on). The results showed that, except for the pitch class of the final tone, for which interpretation should be taken cautiously, none of local sequence properties examined contributed significantly to key identification. This finding suggests that, contrary to prior findings, key identification is derived from unidentified properties other than the specific sequence properties.
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
    Date (from‐to) : 2002 -2004 
    Author : 高須 一, Yoko OGAWA, 小川 容子, Mayumi ADACHI
     
    In the first year, we reviewed the literature in the development of musical creativity, and conducted a survey targeted to elementary and junior-high school music teachers in Hiroshima, Tottori, and Yamanashi Prefectures. We also observed creative activities in music classrooms of Grades 2 and 4 in Hiroshima and Tottori Prefectures.In the second year, we conducted multiple site case studies across and prefectures grades (grades 1,4, and 7 in Tottori, and grades 1 and 4 in Yamanashi). In these studies, students in each music classroom were divided into a group of four or five, and were asked to create a one-minute long music piece expressing their classroom teacher, using chime bars with mallets. Group discussions of one particular group in each class was videotaped throughout lessons. All groups performed in front of their classmates twice : once to share a draft version and then to present their final version. We analyzed verbal and gestural exchanges among group members by means of behavioral coding of videotaped group discussions to reveal developmental differences in how children create a music piece in a small group.In the third year, we evaluated total of 60 final versions of music created by children and 3 additional pieces creative by college students using the same four-tone scales.
  • Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
    Date (from‐to) : 2001 -2002 
    Author : Jun-ichi ABE, 懸田 孝一, Yasuhiro GOTO, Iwao YOSHINO, Mayumi ADACHI
     
    The interplay between the processes of metrical and tonal organization in melody perception was investigated. Ten musicians listened to five variations of excerpts from each of 12 melodies and judged the keys and rhythms. Original-condition-trials retained the original temporal and pitch patterns of the melodies. Either temporal or pitch pattern was shifted in phase one or two notes and recombined with the other pattern to create the temporal-shift and the pitch-shift conditions. The result showed that the listeners' key interpretation varied among the temporal shift conditions, but their metrical interpretation did not vary among the pitch-shift conditions. These results suggested that, though tonal organization is influenced by metrical organization, tonal organization does not influence metrical organization. That is, in the process of melody perception tonal organization is based on the result of metrical organization.We, then, constructed a computational model that predicted a plausible key and tonality for any given melody (Western-tonal) sequence, through a step-wise, incremental series of computations. In an experiment, 13 musically trained participants listened to 30 Bach fugue subjects and random melodies and were asked to identify plausible keys and rate the tonality of the keys. The incremental predictions of our computational model were compared to the behavior of the human participants, as well as to predictions derived from models developed by Krumhansl and Longuet-Higgins & Steedman. Our computational model provided the best fitting cognitive model of the process of participants' tonal organization in melody perception.
  • 文部科学省:科学研究費補助金(萌芽的研究)
    Date (from‐to) : 1999 -2001 
    Author : 安達 真由美
     
    1.日本の小学1年生の約7割が「既成の歌」を通じて「楽しい」あるいは「悲しい」気持ちを表現する傾向にあること(昨年度より)と、幼児教育現場での音楽表現活動との関連性について検討し、国際学会(The Third Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research)で発表した。甲府市内の幼稚園および保育園で、昨年度1年間にどのような活動がどのくらいの頻度で行われていたのかについて質問紙調査を行った。それによると、「屋内外での自由遊び」と「周知の歌を歌う」ことはほぼ毎日行われていたが、「歌や音楽を作る」「替え歌を作る」などの「自由音楽表現活動」はほとんど行われず、過半数の担当者が「全く行わなかった」と答えた。幼児期に、多くの既成の歌を頻繁に歌うだけの再生活動が奨励されることにより、自分だけの歌を自由に表現するという子どもが本来持っているはずの「自発的ソング」による表現が、学齢期に入るまでに圧迫されてしまうため、既成の歌でしか表現できなくなってしまうのではないかと考えられる。2.日本人児童の自作の物語・歌における「音」を媒体とした情動表現について、評定尺度法を用いた知覚実験を行った物語に関しては、日本人大学(院)生を対象に、採集した物語を「ことば」(書き起こしを読む)と「音声」(子どもの語りを聴く)の二通りの媒体で提示した。現在、子どもの「言語表現」と「音声表現」の相対的な重みについての分析を行っている。歌に関しては、昨年まで歌詞の内容分析から「言語表現」に関しては結果が出ているため、音楽的特徴に関して英語圏の音楽専門の学生を対象に実験を行った。旋法・アーティキュレーションについての評価は終了したが、リズム・テンポについての評価はこれから行う予定である。今年度は本研究課題の最終年であった。上記2に関する結果報告は、現在執筆中の論文の中で行う。

Educational Activities

Teaching Experience

  • 博士論文指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 博士後期課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 博士論文指導特殊演習Ⅰ
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 博士後期課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
  • 修士論文
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 修士論文・特定課題指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
  • 卒業論文
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 文学部
  • 修士論文・特定課題指導特殊演習
    開講年度 : 2019
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院

Committee Membership

  • 2004   Asia-Pacific Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music   Executive Committee Member   Asia-Pacific Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music

Social Contribution

Social Contribution

Social Contribution

  • 観察法を用いた実験実習:自由描写から音楽理解をどう読み取るか?
    Date (from-to) : 2019/08/10
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 北海道大学
    Event, Program, Title : 教員免許状更新講習
  • 音楽心理学のつまみぐい
    Date (from-to) : 2019/08/05
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 北海道大学文学部
    Event, Program, Title : オープンキャンパス体験ゼミ
  • 札幌市立栄南中学校3年生「上級学校訪問」でのゼミ受け入れ.
    Date (from-to) : 2018/10/05-2018/10/05
    Role : Informant
  • “かなしい音楽”の心理学―万華鏡的アプローチ
    Date (from-to) : 2018/06/20
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 北海道大学大学院文学研究科
    Event, Program, Title : 平成30年度公開講座
  • 音楽発達心理学のつまみぐい: “環境”の影響に注目して
    Date (from-to) : 2015/09/06
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 北海道大学
    Event, Program, Title : 第7回体験型北大セミナー in 函館
  • 音楽コミュニケーション
    Date (from-to) : 2012/06/13
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 砂川市
    Event, Program, Title : 市民大学講演会
  • 音楽と感情の認知科学 —音楽は何を伝達するのか—
    Date (from-to) : 2008/12/11
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : キヤノン株式会社
    Event, Program, Title : 北海道大学心理システム科学講座・キヤノン株式会社連携講座第2回
  • Happy versus Sad—子どもはどう歌に託すのか?-
    Date (from-to) : 2008/07/16
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 北海道大学大学院文学研究科
    Event, Program, Title : 平成20年度公開講座
  • 音楽発達心理学—おいしいところのつまみぐい—
    Date (from-to) : 2007/08/06
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 北海道大学文学部
    Event, Program, Title : オープンキャンパス体験講義
  • 山梨大学附属学校・園および公立学校指導協力
    Date (from-to) : 1998/04-2002/03
    Role : Advisor
  • 音楽づくりのレシピ
    Date (from-to) : 2000/01
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 山梨大学附属小学校
    Event, Program, Title : 第6学年音楽授業
  • 記号の中に文化が見える
    Date (from-to) : 1999/03
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 富士宮市立大富士小学校
  • Western Influences in Japanese Pop Music
    Date (from-to) : 1991
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : University of Washington, USA.
    Event, Program, Title : Workshop for Highschool Students
  • Child Folk Songs from Japan
    Role : Demonstrator
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : University of Washington, USA.
  • 子どもの音楽行動にみる言語・教育の影響—カナダ人と日本人の比較から
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : 北海道大学総合博物館
    Event, Program, Title : 土曜市民講座

Media Coverage

  • 札幌龍谷学園高等学校2年生「探究学習」への協力
    Date : 2019/10/23
    Others
  • 「ポポーポポポポ♪の謎」.
    Date : 2019/10/03
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 札幌テレビ放送
    Program, newspaper magazine: STV どさんこワイド
    Media report
  • #140 真由美先生の歩み ~Back To The Nippon~
    Date : 2019/09/11
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 北海道大学総合教育部
    Program, newspaper magazine: フレッシュアイズ
    Internet
  • #139 心理学から解き明かす“音楽と私たち”
    Date : 2019/09/11
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 北海道大学総合教育部
    Program, newspaper magazine: フレッシュアイズ
    Internet
  • 子どもを伸ばす音楽と脳のおはなし「第5回楽器演奏は "究極の脳のトレーニング"」
    Date : 2014/03
    Publisher, broadcasting station: ローランド・ミュージック・スクール
    Program, newspaper magazine: RET'S Press
    Paper
  • 心理学からみる音楽の世界 vol. 2-4
    Date : 2013/10/17
    Publisher, broadcasting station: ヤマハ音楽研究所
    Program, newspaper magazine: ヤマハ音研スコープ
    Internet
  • 音楽と子どもの発達
    Date : 2013
    Publisher, broadcasting station: NPO法人 みんなの言葉
    Internet
  • 槙原音楽の本質 (3):適度に期待が裏切られ、適度に覚醒し、期待が満たされる音楽.
    Date : 2010
    Program, newspaper magazine: 別冊カドカワ, 339号, pp. 62-65
    Paper
  • 記憶のちから
    Date : 2004/11/23
    Publisher, broadcasting station: テレビ朝日
    Media report
  • 遊びは文化
    Date : 2002/03
    Publisher, broadcasting station: 山梨放送
    Program, newspaper magazine: 子育て日記
    Media report
  • “Musical Development” 編集協力
    Date : 1998
    Publisher, broadcasting station: Music Department, Sheffield University, UK
    Program, newspaper magazine: Distance Learning MA Program Textbook
    Others


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