Honors Projects


This study examined self-regulatory behaviors among collegiate musicians. In the fall of 2022, a total of 73 participants from a large midwestern university responded to an online questionnaire soliciting information regarding self-regulatory behaviors both in and outside of the classroom. Items were adapted from the Carey, Neal and Collins Short Self-Regulation Questionnaire (2004). Findings support previous research suggesting a strong, positive relationship between everyday self-regulatory behaviors and those demonstrated in the practice room. Implications include a discussion on the possibility of transferring self-regulation strategies from one domain to the other.


Music Education


Music Education

First Advisor

Lisa Martin

First Advisor Department

Music Education

Second Advisor

Kevin Schempf

Second Advisor Department

Music Performance Studies

Publication Date

Fall 12-7-2022