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     Alexander Belden is a PhD student in the Northeastern University Biology Department (Boston, MA) and a research assistant in the MIND Lab, Northeastern University. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biopsychology with a minor in music from Tufts University (Medford,
MA) and a Master of Arts degree in biology from Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT). Belden’s research focuses on musical creativity, with a particular interest in resting-state functional connectivity.
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There are now over 250 articles on the AT web site ( These articles can serve as supplemental material for readings in a wide range of courses. AT invites instructors and others to create reading lists. Selected lists may be published in AT and/ or placed in a special folder on the AT web site to share with others.
If you would like to submit such a list, please include:
• Your name and affiliation (include email)
• The course name for which the list is designed (include university, department, course number)
• A brief description of the course
• A brief description of the purpose of the list
• Your list of AT articles (a few from other ASA publications may be included if appropriate for your course). Please embed links to the articles in your list.
 Please send your lists to the AT editor, Arthur Popper (
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