Anadolu University developed an online test measuring perception of music


Wednesday, April 14, 2021 – 18:36 | Last Updated: 14 04 2021 – 18:37

Anadolu University (AU) State Conservatory Faculty Member Prof. Dr. Within the scope of the scientific research project led by Ozan Evrim Tunca, an online test was developed in order to enable everyone to easily learn about the perception of music. Providing information about the test, Rector Prof. Dr. Fuat Erdal said, “Anadolu University’s music perception test project was implemented in order to discover the musical talent of those who think about music and everyone, and to contribute to the development of this talent.”

Anadolu University (AU) State Conservatory Faculty Member Prof. Dr. Within the scope of the scientific research project led by Ozan Evrim Tunca, an online test was developed in order to enable everyone to easily learn about the perception of music.

AU Rector Prof. Dr. Fuat Erdal said at the introductory meeting held in the Senate Hall of the “Anadolu University music perception test” (AMAT), that music has been one of the important fields of study throughout history such as philosophy and mathematics.

Explaining that the search for interpreting the universal language of music as an art of expression continues, Erdal said:

“Especially in childhood, music has been regarded as a part of education throughout history. It has been considered as an effective teaching tool. Anadolu University’s music perception test project, supported by the Scientific Research Projects Commission as a university, is to discover the musical talent of those who think about music and everyone, and contribute to the development of this ability. was implemented in order to provide.

Pointing out that individuals of all ages, especially children, can learn about their own perceptions of music with the online test, Erdal said, “Thus, they will be able to receive training in accordance with their talents in this field. Prof. Dr. Ozan, who has implemented AMAT, which will scientifically contribute to discovering new talents in our country. I would like to thank Prof. Evrim Tunca, Prof. Dr. Şükrü Torun and Prof. Dr. Evim Genç Kumtepe. he spoke.

Project manager Prof. Dr. Tunca stated that AMAT was prepared to provide information about the musical skills of children and students.

Stating that the test is easily accessible on the university’s website, Tunca said, “Our aim is to deliver a scientific test that will enable everyone to have information about the perception of music from the age of 7. You can easily take the test with an account and benefit from this service.” said.

After his speeches, the test was introduced.