Amusia research papers

Amusia in general, and congenital amusia in particular, have attracted a lot of attention from researchers over the last 20 years or so. This article lists some sources to explore, with more being added as time permits. Note that some papers will appear in multiple collections:

Google Scholar is a great place to start - I like to use the Chrome browser for this, with the Lazy Scholar extension. Here are the results for: congenital amusia in Scholar.

Several articles are listed in this page from Goldsmiths, a part of the University of London: Music, Mind and Brain Publications.

The EBSCOhost database of university dissertations: amusia results.

JSTOR is a massive research repository, some of which are free to access: amusia results in JSTOR.

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