Matthew Rodger



Symposium Session 3

Chaired by Simon Waters Eric Lewis – A (micro) Chip Off the Old Block–Emergent Minds in Human/Computer Interactions Landon Morrison – Improvising Intra-actions in the Design and Use of Digital Musical Instruments:  A Partial Perspective Matthew Rodger & Bonnie Smith... View event


Matthew Rodger is a senior lecturer in Psychology interested in perceptual-motor coordination and skill development, with a specific focus on auditory-motor coordination. His research includes investigating skill development in music performance, including understanding how sound-movement coupling emerges through musical learning, and skilful adaptability in the context of music improvisation. His interests in improvisation in a musical context relate to the study of skilled perceptual-motor action more generally, in that many of the activities people can do well involve adaptive and yet flexible coupling of actions to dynamic environments and shifting goals.

Matthew Rodger website