In addition to co-authoring the book iPractice: Technology in the 21st Century Music Practice Room, Jennifer Mishra is a widely published music education researcher and university string educator with articles published in journals such as Psychology of Music and the Journal of Research in Music Education. Her research focuses on music teacher training, technology and music cognition, especially in the area of expertise development, musical practice, and sight reading.
She is seen as one of the foremost authorities on musical sight reading based on three meta-analytical research studies published on the topic. In her current research, she has argued for a music-specific dyslexia.
She is also a leading authority on musical practice and has written the musical expertise chapter in the upcoming book Oxford Handbook of Expertise: Research & Application.