The Applied Music Research Group (AMRG) is a London-based international Research Group part of the University of Roehampton. Linked to the School of Education, with ties to the Department of Psychology, AMRG is internationally unique in its interdisciplinary expertise and interest in:
- Music and Psychology
- Music and Education
- Music and Special Abilities and Needs
- Music and Autism
- Music and Visual Impairment
The group promotes and conducts world-class research, consultancy and teaching in applied music studies, and co-ordinates activity in these areas across the University, within the UK, and internationally. The group is unique in offering interdisciplinary expertise in music, psychology, education, and therapy in the application of this expertise to community and practical issues.
The Applied Music Research Group offers PhD supervision in music psychology, music education, music theory, and applied musicology.
The AMRG has a TED talk with Derek Paravicini and Adam Ockelford.