Investigating identities

You are invited to take part in a research project exploring people’s multi-dimensional identities. In particular, we are interested in finding out about music- and science-based identities. The study is being conducted by Dr Amanda Krause, Mr Glen Duncan, Ms Tayla Root, Ms Erin Campbell, and Mr Raymond Walker-Campbell at James Cook University. 


You can find out more, and participate at:

Phase 2: https://bit.ly/22-MS-P2A


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

Principal Investigator:                              Co-Investigator: 
Dr Amanda Krause                                  Mr Glen Duncan
College: Healthcare Sciences,                 College: Healthcare Sciences
James Cook University                            James Cook University
Email: Amanda.Krause1@jcu.edu.au      Email: glen.duncan@my.jcu.edu.au

Co-Investigator:                                      Co-Investigator: 
Ms Tayla Root                                         Mr Raymond Walker-Campbell
College: Healthcare Sciences,                College: Healthcare Sciences
James Cook University                           James Cook University
Email: tayla.root@my.jcu.edu.au            Email: raymond.walkercampbell@my.jcu.edu.au

Co-Investigator:                                      Co-Investigator: 
Ms Erin Campbell                                   Ms Diana Kayal
College: Healthcare Sciences,               College: Healthcare Sciences
James Cook University                           James Cook University
Email: erin.campbell@my.jcu.edu.au     Email: diana.kayal@my.jcu.edu.au


A summary of the project findings 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.

Krause, A. E. (2021, October 22). An exploration of musical and scientific identity. Paper presented at the 2021 Autumn SEMPRE conference: Engaging and Interacting with Education, Music, and Psychology Research. Keele, UK [via Zoom].