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An Avatar Aid in the Memory Clinic (AAA-MC)
We and another group in Liverpool have highlighted that neurology-led memory clinics are seeing an increasing number of patients without signs of dementia (Bell et al., 2015; Larner, 2014; Menon & Larner, 2011). It should be possible for patients with Depressive Pseudodemntia (DPD) and Functional Memory Disorder (FMD) to be managed effectively in primary care. Better screening procedures prior to referral to the specialist memory would allow more patients to receive the most appropriate care more quickly. We recently described a novel approach likely to be capable of improving the screening procedure: We identified a number of features in the interactional behaviour of patients with neurodegenerative memory complaints on the one hand and FMD on the other which should improve the differential diagnosis. In this study we want to develop a more highly automated system, which will build on these findings. Researchers elsewhere have used the speech recognition software system Watson from IBM to carry out speech analyses to facilitate the diagnosis of dementia (Konig et al 2015). However, their system was based on the automated analysis of neuropsychological screening tests. Our study will be the first to use the analysis of more complex interactional behaviour (the patient’s responses to an avatar) to complement simple neuropsychological screening tests and achieve greater accuracy of non-expert screening procedures for dementia.
Wade in the Water: Exploring Florence Price’s Symphony No. 4 & art songs
October 24, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
In collaboration with the Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC), the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra presents “Wade in the Water: Exploring Florence Price’s 4th Symphony and art songs”. Included in the program is a guest appearance by tenor, scholar, and cultural activist Dr. Marquese Carter who will perform and share insights on Price’s art songs, expand on her historical context, the renaissance of her music in the last few years, and address why her music and that of other composers of color have been historically overlooked. Written in 1945, Price’s 4th Symphony has only been performed a few times since its 2018 premiere. Help raise awareness for one of the most important musical voices in the United States, and be one of the few people to experience the piece live!Learn more and get tickets
The "AAAMC Speaks" documentary series centers the legacy of the Black music community and highlights a wealth of materials available within Indiana University's AAAMC. In each roughly 20-minute episode, AAAMC director Tyron Cooper interviews one pioneer, current industry professional or scholar whose work is connected to holdings at the archives. As “AAAMC Speaks” through this series, the collections come alive, and African American legacies are preserved. New episodes premiere about once a month on the IU Bloomington YouTube channel.More about AAAMC Speaks
AAAMC Fall Hours and Remote Access Announcement
Dear AAAMC Supporters,
The Archives of African American Music and Culture facilities will be open to the public for in-person visits beginning August 23rd during our normal hours (9am-12pm and 1pm-5pm Monday thru Friday). We look forward to providing services to students, faculty, researchers and general Black music enthusiasts. In line with current Indiana University mandates, masks are required for all AAAMC onsite visitors. We also invite you to visit us online at aaamc.indiana.edu. You can also email us at [email protected] On behalf of our entire staff, I thank you for your continued support, and look forward to seeing you soon.
Tyron Cooper, Ph.D.
Director of the Archives of African American Music and Culture
Welcome to the AAAMC
At the AAAMC, you will find materials covering a range of African American musical idioms and cultural expressions primarily from the post-World War II era. Our collections highlight popular, religious, and classical music, with genres ranging from blues and gospel to R&B and contemporary hip hop. The AAAMC also houses extensive materials related to the documentation of black radio.More about the AAAMC
The AAAMC preserves thousands of original photographic prints. Many of these are digitized and available online.Explore Image Collections
The AAAMC is an active partner with IU's Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative. Thousands of hours of time-based media from our collections will eventually be available online.Explore Media Collections
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By supporting the AAAMC through the donation of a collection or financial contribution, you are joining the initiative to preserve and make accessible important cultural and historically significant materials that might otherwise be lost.
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