- Title Pages
- List of abbreviations
- Sound examples
- Chapter 1 Introduction: Where do our questions come from? Where do our answers go?
- Chapter 2 The first invented notations: Designing the Class Piece
- Chapter 3 Children’s drawings of simple rhythms: A typology of children’s invented notations
- Chapter 4 The typology revisited
- Chapter 5 Introduction: What develops in music development?
- Chapter 6 Restructuring conceptual intuitions through invented notations: From path making to map making
- Chapter 7 Changing musical perception through reflective conversation
- Chapter 8 Cognitive issues in the development of musically gifted children
- Chapter 9 Developing musical structures: Going beyond the simples
- Chapter 10 Introduction: Designing educational environments
- Chapter 11 Developing a musical ear: A new experiment
- Chapter 12 Action knowledge and symbolic knowledge: The computer as mediator
- Chapter 13 The collaborative invention of meaning: A short history of evolving ideas
- Chapter 14 Noting time: The Math, Music, and Drumming Project
- Chapter 15 Turning music theory on its ear: Do we hear what we see? Do we see what we say?
- Chapter 16 The development of intuitive musical understanding: A natural experiment
- Chapter 17 Music as embodied mathematics: A study of a mutually informing affinity
- Chapter 18 Engaging complexity: Three hearings of a Beethoven Sonata movement
- Chapter 19 Recapitulation and coda
- Discovering the Musical Mind
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