Born and made: Musical experts are no geniuses

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Born and made: Musical experts are no geniuses. / Hansen, Niels Christian.

Australian Music & Psychology Society Newsletter. Vol. 4 Sydney, Australia : Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS), 2016. p. 4-5.

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Harvard

Hansen, NC 2016, Born and made: Musical experts are no geniuses. in Australian Music & Psychology Society Newsletter. vol. 4, Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS), Sydney, Australia, pp. 4-5.

APA

Hansen, N. C. (2016). Born and made: Musical experts are no geniuses. In Australian Music & Psychology Society Newsletter (Vol. 4, pp. 4-5). Sydney, Australia: Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS).

CBE

Hansen NC. 2016. Born and made: Musical experts are no geniuses. In Australian Music & Psychology Society Newsletter. Sydney, Australia: Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS). pp. 4-5.

MLA

Hansen, Niels Christian "Born and made: Musical experts are no geniuses". Australian Music & Psychology Society Newsletter. Sydney, Australia: Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS). 2016, 4-5.

Vancouver

Hansen NC. Born and made: Musical experts are no geniuses. In Australian Music & Psychology Society Newsletter. Vol. 4. Sydney, Australia: Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS). 2016. p. 4-5

Author

Hansen, Niels Christian. / Born and made: Musical experts are no geniuses. Australian Music & Psychology Society Newsletter. Vol. 4 Sydney, Australia : Australian Music & Psychology Society (AMPS), 2016. pp. 4-5

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