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Lapidaki, E. (2020). Chapter 18. Towards the Discovery of Contemporary Trust and Intimacy in Higher Music Education. In I. M. Yob, & E. R. Jorgensen (Eds.), Humane Music Education for the Common Good (pp. 261-273). Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.


Lapidaki, E. (2019). Re-discovering/facilitating intimacy in borderscapes of higher music education. In R. E. Allsup & C. Benedict (Eds.), The Road Goes Ever On: Estelle Jorgensen's Legacy in Music Education (pp. 201-219). London, Ontario: Western University.



Lapidaki, E., de Groot, R., & Stagkos, P. (2018). Communal Creativity as Sociomusical Practice. In G. McPherson, & G. Welch (Eds.), Creativities, Technologies, and Media in Music Learning and Teaching. An Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Vol. 5 (pp .56-74). Oxford: Oxford University Press.



Lapidaki, E. (2016). Uncommon grounds: Preparing students in higher music education for the unpredictable. Philosophy of Music Education Review, 24(1), 65-83.



Lapidaki, E. (2015). Chapter 2. Philosophy, good practices and conclusions of music interventions toward Roma children literacy and inclusion in the school [in Greek]. In S. Mitakidou, & E. Tressou (Eds.). Ιn- and Out-of-School Intervention Policies for Strengthening Roma Children Participation in the School [in Greek] (pp. 25 - 70). Thessaloniki, Greece: Hellenic Ministry of Education (ISBN: 978-618-5185-00-8).



Lapidaki, E. (2014). Artistic reciprocity as course-based practice of crossing ‘mono-artistic’ boundaries in higher visual arts and music education. Journal of Visual Art Practice, 13(2), 150-157.



Lapidaki, E., de Groot, R., & Stagkos, P. (2012). Communal Creativity as Sociomusical Practice. In G. McPherson, & G. Welch (Eds.),The Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Vol. 2 (pp. 371-388). Oxford: Oxford University Press.



Lapidaki, E. (2012). Expanding communities through music education: A practice of "conversation of multiple voices." In S. van der Maas, C. Hulshof, & P. Oldenhave (Eds.), Liber Plurum Vocum voor Rokus de Groot   (pp. 94-100). Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam (ISBN 978-90-818488-0-0).



Lapidaki, E., & Alexandru, M. (2008). Temporal experience in ecclesiastical chanting: A collaborative approach between music psychology and Byzantine musicology (full-text). In Proceedings of the Fourth Conference of Interdisciplinary Musicology (theme: Musical Structure). Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,Thessaloniki, Greece, 2-6 July.



Lapidaki, E., & Zacharopoulou, K. (2008). Review of the book Music, Motor Control and the Brain (edited by Eckart Altenmüller, Mario Wiesendanger and Jürg Kesselring, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2006, 344 pp.), Music Education Research, 10(1), 159-162.

Lapidaki, E. (2007). Learning from masters of musical creativity: Shaping compositional experiences in music education. Philosophy of Music Education Review, 15(2), 93-117.



Lapidaki, E. (2006). Timing in music with and without awareness: Is there a relation between internal clocks and stability of tempo judgments while listening to music?. In H. Gottesdiener, & J.-C. Vilatte (Eds.), Proceedings of the XIX Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics (pp. 847-850). University of Avignon, Avignon, France.



Lapidaki, E. (2006). Temporal stability in repeated listening tasks. In M. Maroni, A. R. Addessi, R. Caterina, & M. Costa (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Conference of Music Perception and Cognition (pp. 1140-1148). Bologna, Italy: Bononia University Press.



Lapidaki, E. (2005). Aesthetic theories and music education: Relations and contradictions [in Greek]. Mousikos Logos, 6, 3-13.



Lapidaki, E. (2004 June). Music and its didactic. Tightrope walking over solid ground [in Greek]. Endeiktis. The Journal of The University of Cyprus, 1(5), 28.



Lapidaki, E. (2002). Interaction Between Artistic, Psychological, and Educational Aspects of Temporal Experience in Music: Evidence from Listeners' Judgments. In M. Espeland (Ed.), Focus Area Report (pp. 87-95). Bergen, Norway: International Society of Music Education.



Lapidaki, E. (2002). L’ imagination au pouvoir! Some philosophical riddles providing practical suggestions for music teaching and learning. In M. Britta, & M. Mélen (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th Anniversary ESCOM Conference: Musical Creativity (pp.1-9). Liège, Belgium: Université de Liège.



Lapidaki, E. (2000). Stability of tempo judgments in music listening. Music Education Research, 2(1), 25-44.



Lapidaki, E. (2000) Young people's and adults' large-scale timing in music listening. In C. Woods, G. B. Luck, R. Brochard, F. Seddon, & J. A. Sloboda (Eds.) Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (pp. 278-290). Keele, Staffordshire, UK: Department of Psychology.



Lapidaki, E. (1992). Time. In B. Reimer, & J. Wright (Eds.), On the Nature of Musical Experience  (pp. 246-248). Niwot, CO: The University Press of Colorado.



Lapidaki, E., & Webster, P. R. (1991). Consistency of tempo judgments when listening to music of different styles. Psychomusicology, 10 (1), 19-30.

Doctoral Dissertation

Lapidaki, E. (1996). Consistency of tempo judgments as a measure of time experience in music listening (Doctoral Dissertation, Northwestern University, 1996). (Dissertation Abstracts International, AAD97-14633).


Music Educational Documentary

Lapidaki, E. (Research/Editing/Authoring).Students Teaching Students [see excerpts on the webpage of the music educational project C.A.L.M. (Community Action in Learning Music).

Paper Presentations in International Conferences


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