Published in Association with Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research
This internationally peer-reviewed journal promotes the dissemination and discussion of high-quality research in music and music education. The journal encourages the interrogation and development of a range of research methodologies and their application to diverse topics in music education theory and practice
The journal covers a wide range of topics across all areas of music education, and a separate "Perspectives in Music Education Research" section provides a forum for researchers to discuss topics of special interest and to debate key issues in the profession.
Since 2008 Psychology of Music (POM) and Research Studies in Music Education (RSME) have been sold together as a joint institutional subscription. Both journals are owned by the Society for Education, Music and Psychology Research (SEMPRE). Both are relevant to music psychologists and music educators alike. Music and psychology departments can benefit from having the additional content provided by both journals.
The subscription to the journals is available in the usual 3 SAGE subscription models: print and online combined, print only, and e-access only. The SAGE institutional e-access only subscriptions are discounted further to £261/US$470 rate. Individual subscribers can purchase the journals separately in print only.
This journal accepts supplementary materials, e.g. audio/video files, datasets, additional images etc. For more information please see our guidelines