Monthly Archives: February 2014

implicit associations

All these years, I’ve talked about women in conducting, feminism, sexism, the glass ceiling, stereotypes, etc.; but I’ve never talked explicitly about implicit associations–that is, the automatic responses that are a result of subconscious connection between objectively unrelated things.  Race … Continue reading

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Dear Dustin Hoffman:

Hi!  First, let me say that I’m a big fan.  Dick Tracy, Hook, Stranger than Fiction… you’re a man with range and I appreciate that.  Awesome.  You  make every movie better.  I’m jazzed to see this new one… You’re coming to Connecticut … Continue reading

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good morning, Baltimore

I’ll be at ACDA Eastern Division in Baltimore tomorrow, obviously, but I was also in Baltimore last weekend for the Music, Mind, Meaning conference.  It was very interesting, and I was compelled to share one of the studies with my … Continue reading

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