Eva Nadon

Eva Nadon

Posted by: on Jun 12, 2015 | No Comments

I am a hard-working, versatile, curious and passionate professional artist and student at the BRAMS Laboratory.

I have done my graduate studies at the University of Ottawa and I am currently a PhD candidate in neuropsychology in the Research and Intervention Program at the Université de Montréal under the supervision of Dr. Nathalie Gosselin and Dr. Isabelle Peretz.

 My thesis subject is on the effects of background music on cognition among the general population and on a population with attention disorder with or without hyperactivity (ADHD).

 I also participate in collaborative projects on subjects like the emotional judgments of music, the emotional effect of the movement on music, autism and music, as well as the cognitive processes involved in reading music, piano pedagogy and piano finger gesture.

 

 

Amélie Dion

Amélie Dion

Posted by: on May 25, 2015 | No Comments

L’objectif de mon étude est d’explorer l’effet de la musique sur le stress. Plus spécifiquement, je veux examiner l’effet du niveau d’activation (relaxant-stimulant) de musiques agréables sur la perception psychologique de stress chez des étudiants universitaires.

Marianne Provencher

Marianne Provencher

Posted by: on May 25, 2015 | No Comments

Mes intérêts de recherches concernent principalement les effets thérapeutiques du chant sur certaines variables, comme le stress. En tant que future neuropsychologue, les personnes âgées représentent la clientèle auprès de laquelle j’aimerais travailler.

Benjamin Gold

Benjamin Gold

Posted by: on May 25, 2015 | No Comments

I’m interested in how music can become so important and rewarding to so many people, and so my research focuses on the dopaminergic effects of music listening.

Manon Couvignou

Manon Couvignou

Posted by: on Apr 10, 2015 | No Comments

To test the hypothesis of a shared deficit between amusia and dyslexia.

Aurélien Weiss

Aurélien Weiss

Posted by: on Jan 23, 2015 | No Comments

Cognitive and neural dynamic processes involved in the perception (hearing), awareness and short-term memory and their alterations in altered states.

Arshdeep Kaur Rao

Arshdeep Kaur Rao

Posted by: on Jan 23, 2015 | No Comments

My research interests are in event-related potential and auditory speech perception for early cochlear implant users, and comparing auditory brainstem responses between air and bone conduction.

Ana Tryfon

Ana Tryfon

Posted by: on Jan 23, 2015 | No Comments

I am currently completing my PhD under the supervision of Dr. Krista Hyde in the ABCD Lab at BRAMS and the McGill IPN program. I am investigating the behavioral and brain correlates of auditory-motor synchronization in typical-development and in children with autism spectrum disorder.

Lucas Peek

Lucas Peek

Posted by: on Jan 13, 2015 | No Comments

I’m a graduate student following a research master in Cognitive Neuropsychology at the Vrij Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands and I will be working as a research intern for Jorge Armony.

Duha Ahmed

Duha Ahmed

Posted by: on Jan 13, 2015 | No Comments

Music and vocal emotional perception through cochlear implant.