Dr Antonia Ivaldi PhD, MSc, BSc Hons, C.Psychol, SFHEA, ILM 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring

Dr Antonia Ivaldi

Senior Lecturer

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Profile

Antonia’s background has been in the field of music psychology, gaining a BSc (Hons) in psychology with music before completing an MSc and PhD in music psychology at the Unit for the Study of Musical Skill and Development at Keele University. Her main research and teaching interests are in the areas of social interaction, the social psychology of music, coaching, and engagement with the outdoors for the promotion of wellbeing and development. Antonia has extensive administration experience in teaching and learning, and research. She is a Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society (C.Psychol), a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA), and is a qualified coach (ILM Level 7).Since joining the Department of Psychology in 2010 Antonia has served as Director of Learning and Teaching and Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of Psychology (2010-2016) where duties have centred around assuring and enhancing quality and in sharing best practice through the design of numerous teaching resources and in the reviewing of assessments, feedback practices, programme schemes and modules. These activities were critical to successfully gaining BPS accreditation in 2013, and in informing the QAA (2012) and Departmental (2014) reviews. She established and chaired the department’s learning and teaching committee, whilst also sitting on university learning and teaching committees, and the university’s unfair practice committee. She has also served as Senior Personal Tutor and Admissions Tutor.

Teaching

Module Coordinator
Additional Lecturer
Lecturer

Teaching awards and qualifications: Postgraduate Teaching Certificate in Higher Education Aberystwyth Learning and Teaching Fellowship Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA)

Antonia has contributed significantly to the department’s curriculum design, with her main teaching activities and module co-ordination being in qualitative methods, the social psychology of music, and coaching and mentoring. In 2014 she received an Aberystwyth University Learning and Teaching Fellowship in recognition of learning and teaching excellence.

Antonia is a Chartered Psychologist and qualified coach after gaining an ILM Level 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring. Both her interests in music psychology and coaching and mentoring are reflected in the two third year special option modules.

Research

Antonia’s research interests are in social interaction from the perspectives of discursive psychology and conversation analysis. Combining her interest in talk with music psychology, Antonia is currently looking at spoken and embodied action in music lessons and performing arts contexts in higher education settings. This research, and her previous research into musical role models and musical identities, informs much of her supervision and teaching, particularly in her third year elective in the social psychology of music.Antonia has organized and co-organized five academic conferences in music psychology including chairing the Music, Identity and Social Interaction Conference held at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, February 2010, and the 6th International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC), August 2000, Keele University. Whilst at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, she was also Managing Editor for the journal Music Performance Research (2008-2010), and has since served as Associate Editor. Antonia is a reviewer for a number of music psychology and related journals.

In addition to her background in music psychology, Antonia is developing research in engagement with the outdoors for the promotion of wellbeing and development. This is currently being explored by looking at individuals' experiences with walking coaching and challenge events such as the 3 Peaks Challenge.

Publications

2017

Hall, G., Ivaldi, A. 2017. A qualitative approach to understanding the role of lecture capture in student learning experiences. Technology, Pedagogy and Education pp. 1-12. Cadair

2016

Ivaldi, A. 2016. Students’ and teachers’ orientation to learning and performing in music conservatoire lesson interactions. Psychology of Music 44 (2) pp. 202-218. Cadair

2015

Hall, G., Ivaldi, A., Tod, D.A. 2015. Designing a Conceptual and Historical Issues in Psychology Module through Active Learning. History and Philosophy of Psychology 16 (1) pp. 13-26. Cadair

2013

Ivaldi, A. 2013. Specialist young musicians' role models: Whom do they admire and why? Music Education Research 15 (2) pp. 180-195. Cadair

2012

Ivaldi, A. 2012. Specialist adolescent musicians’ role models: Whom do they admire and why? In E. Cambouropoulos., C. Tsougras., P. Mavromatis., K. Pastiadis. (eds) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC) and 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM). 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music. Cadair

Ivaldi, A. 2012. When students are learning and when they are performing in instrumental lesson interactions: A conversational analysis approach. In E. Cambouropoulos., C. Tsougras., P. Mavromatis., K. Pastiadis. (eds) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC) and 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM). 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music. Cadair

Hall, G., Ivaldi, A. 2012. Student and staff perceptions of recording lectures. Standing Conference for Heads of Media Services . Cadair

2011

Ivaldi, A. 2011. Routes to adolescent musical expertise. In I. Deliège., J. Davidson. (eds) Music and the mind: Essays in honour of John Sloboda. Oxford University Press pp. 205-224. Cadair

2010

Ivaldi, A., O'Neill, S.A. 2010. Adolescents' attainability and aspiration beliefs for famous musician role models. Music Education Research 12 (2) pp. 179-197. Cadair

Ivaldi, A. 2010. Teacher evaluations and student responses in instrumental music lessons. Music, Identity and Social Interaction Conference. Cadair

2009

Ivaldi, A., O'Neill, S. 2009. Talking 'privilege': Barriers to musical attainment in adolescents' talk of musical role models. British Journal of Music Education 26 (1) pp. 43-56. Cadair

Ivaldi, A. 2009. Constructing positive and negative assessments in instrumental lesson interactions. 7th Triennial Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music. Cadair

2008

Ivaldi, A., O'Neill, S.A. 2008. Adolescents' musical role models: Whom do they admire and why? Psychology of Music 36 (4) pp. 395-415. Cadair

Ivaldi, A. 2008. The Child as Musician: A Handbook of Musical Development edited by Gary McPherson. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006. 501 pp., ISBN: 0-19-853032-3. British Journal of Music Education 25 (01) pp. 106-109. Cadair

2007

Ivaldi, A., Moran, K. 2007. School kills music: Enhancing interest in secondary school music listening tasks. Training Teachers. Cadair

Ivaldi, A., Smith, N., Beckhelling, J., Kellard, K., Sandu, A., Tarrant, C. 2007. Evidence base review on mobility: Choices and barriers for different social groups. Department for Transport Cadair

2006

Ivaldi, A. 2006. Analysing music and social interaction: How adolescents talk about musical role models. In M. Baroni., A. R. Addessi., R. Caterina., M. Costa. (eds) Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music. Cadair

2004

Ivaldi, A., O'Neill, S.A. 2004. Why adolescents admire famous musical role models: Implications for aspirations, expectations and identity. In S. D. Lipscomb., R. Ashley., R. O. Gjerdingen., P. Webster. (eds) Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. 8th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition. Cadair

2002

Ivaldi, A., O'Neill, S.A. 2002. The influence of role models for adolescents' involvement and aspirations in music. In C. Stevens., D. Burnham., G. McPherson., E. Schubert., J. Renwick. (eds) Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. 7th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition. Cadair

Ivaldi, A., Fox, C., O'Neill, S.A. 2002. Gendered Discourses in Musically `Talented' Adolescent Females' Construction of Self. Feminism and Psychology 12 (2) pp. 153-159. Cadair

2001

Ivaldi, A., Sloboda, J.A., O'Neill, S.A. 2001. Functions of Music in Everyday Life: An Exploratory Study Using the Experience Sampling Method. Musicae Scientiae 5 (1) Cadair

2000

Ivaldi, A., O'Neill, S.A. 2000. Motivation and identity in music performance: An exploratory study. In S. A. O'Neill. (ed) Sixth International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. 6th International Conference on Music and Cognition. Keele University pp. 81-83. Cadair