Creating playlists

You are invited to take part in a research project examining how individuals create and use playlists for everyday situations. The study is being conducted by Dr Amanda Krause, Mr Campbell Briggs (James Cook University), Ms Julie Cachia (Stanford University) and Dr Kongmeng Liew (Nara Institute of Science and Technology). This study has been approved by the James Cook University Human Research Ethics Committee (ID H#8624) and has received some funding from the Nara Institute of Science and Technology.


You can find out more, and participate at: https://bit.ly/Playlists-1


If you have any questions about the study, please contact Dr Amanda Krause. 

Principal Investigator:                             
Dr Amanda Krause 
College: Healthcare Sciences, 
James Cook University 
Email: Amanda.Krause1@jcu.edu.au

Co-Investigator:
Ms Julie Cachia
Department of Psychology,
Stanford University
Email: jcachia@stanford.edu

Co-Investigator:
Dr Kongmeng Liew
Social Computing Laboratory,
Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Email: liew.kongmeng@is.naist.jp 

Co-Investigator:
Mr Campbell Briggs
College: Healthcare Sciences,
James Cook University
Email: campbell.briggs@my.jcu.edu.au


Project finding summaries will be posted here on this project webpage, when available.

Thus far, we have presented preliminary findings at an academic conference. Please get in touch if you would like to know more.

Briggs, C., & Krause, A. E. (2022, September 28). "Lover" or "traitor": Comparing playlists curated for love-related contexts. Paper presented at the 2022 Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS) conference. Virtual.