|2013||Diploma thesis: „The impact of music preference on the physiological activation of the human body due to music reception“|
|2007-2013||Studies in Audio and Video Engineering at Robert Schumann School of Music and Media and Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences, Degree: Graduate Engineer (Dipl.-Ing.)|
|Since October 2013||Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Music Department|
|2011-13||Sound Engineer and Producer: Live Broadcast, On Air Design, Trailer Production for the Radio Station WDR 2, Broadcasting Center Cologne|
|2010/11||Freelance Sound Engineer for WDR (Westdeutscher Rundfunk)/ Radio, Broadcasting Center Düsseldorf|
Greb, F., Schlotz, W., & Steffens, J. (2017). Personal and situational influences on the functions of music listening. Psychology of Music.
Greb, F., Elvers, P., & Fischinger, T. (2016). Trends in Empirical Aesthetics: A Review of the Journal »Empirical Studies of the Arts« from 1983 to 2014. Empirical Studies of the Arts.
Schlotz, W., Greb, F., & Steffens, J. (2017). Smartphones as research tools in ambulatory assessment: Effects of own or loan devices on adherence, response attrition, usability, and reactivity. In C. Vögele (Ed.), Proceedings of the 5th biennial conference of the society for ambulatory assessment (SAA). Digital health in ambulatory assessment.
Greb, F., Schlotz, W., Steffens, J. (2016). Situational and dispositional influences on the functions of music listening. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. San Francisco.
Steffens, J., Greb, F., Schlotz, W. (2016). Why listen to music right now? - Towards an inventory measuring the functions of music listening under situational influences. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. San Francisco.
Greb, F., Schlotz, W., Steffens, J. (2016). How do the functions of music listening vary across situations and persons?. In Proceedings of the International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology SysMus16, Jyväskylä.
Lindau, A., Seibert, C., Greb, F., Wald-Fuhrmann, M. (2016). The ArtLab of the Max Plank Institute for Empirical Aesthetics: Technical conception and envisaged research questions. In Fortschritte der Akustik: Tagungsband der 42. Jahrestagung für Akustik DAGA. Aachen.
Greb, F., Elvers, P., & Fischinger, T. (2014). Trends in empirical aesthetics: A review of the journal of empirical studies of the arts with emphasis on music-related papers. In A. Kozbelt (Ed.), Proceedings of the Twenty-third Biennial Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics (pp. 238–243). New York.
Wald-Fuhrmann, M., Seibert, C., Fischinger, T., Greb, F., & Lange, E. (2014). „Touch when you’re singing“? On the possible effects of body contact in ensemble singing. In A. Kozbelt (Ed.), Proceedings of the Twenty-third Biennial Congress of the International Association of Empirical Aesthetics (pp. 408–414). New York.
Greb, F., & Steffens, J. (2013). The impact of music preference on the physiological activation of the human body due to music reception. In Proceedings of AIA-DAGA 2013 Conference on Acoustics (pp. 1129–1131). Merano.
Elvers, P. & Greb, F. (2014). The 13th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition And the 5th Conference for the Asian-Pacific Society for Cognitive Sciences of Music, 4.-8. August 2014. In Auhagen W., Bullerjahn C., Höge H. (Hrsg.), Jahrbuch der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Musikpsychologie, Band 24.
Awards & Grants
Grants and prizes
|2014||Robert Francès Award (Most Outstanding Student Research Contribution) of the IAEA (International Association of Empirical Aesthetics)|
Research Trends in Empirical Aesthetics
This project comprises a systematic examination of scientific journals relevant to empirical aesthetics. Our goal is to identify the development of theories, thematic focal points, and methods used, together with the changes they have undergone over ...
Situational Factors Influencing the Functions of Music and Everyday Music Listening Behavior
This project’s basic focus is on the question of who listens to what kind of music in which situation and why. We will here pursue a macroscopic, integrative approach that, taking account of inter-individual differences (for example musical taste), ...
A Comparison of Reported Musical Taste and Music Listening Behavior
This project focuses on the connection between verbally expressed musical taste and the actual music listening behavior of people. A central question here is the extent to which listening behavior can be predicted on the basis of reported musical ...