Antoine Bellemare Pépin

Antoine Bellemare Pépin

Posted by: on Sep 29, 2014 | No Comments

I am currently studying perception and synchronization to the rhythm in a musical context to better understand the issues related thereto.

Kyle Logie

Kyle Logie

Posted by: on Sep 29, 2014 | No Comments

Cognitive/Affective Neuroscience. Interested in using imaging techniques such as MEG and fMRI to better understand emotions.

Mariève Corbeil

Mariève Corbeil

Posted by: on Sep 17, 2014 | No Comments

My research interest lies in infant’s musical development. Is music special to the infant’s ear? Through similarities and differences between speech and music in infancy, we wish to understand the perceptual status of music, its effects on infants and its biological significance in human evolution.

Claudia Lussier

Claudia Lussier

Posted by: on Sep 9, 2014 | No Comments

Background music.

Kuwook Cha

Kuwook Cha

Posted by: on Sep 8, 2014 | No Comments

I study the relationship of ongoing/spontaneous activity and sensory (mostly, auditory) feature representation in human brains. Upon my finding of preferred frequency-dependent correlation of intrinsic activity in human auditory cortex, I have sought to know the role of this organized functional connectivity (correlated intrinsic activity) in auditory processing. I am also interested in a range of cognitive neurophysiological topics such as decision-making, affect, communication, etc., and theoretical modeling.

Tomas Matthews

Tomas Matthews

Posted by: on Sep 8, 2014 | No Comments

I am interested in the basal ganglia’s role in predicting and moving to a rhythm, and how the auditory and motor processes involved in rhythm production are integrated.

Régis Trapeau

Régis Trapeau

Posted by: on Sep 8, 2014 | No Comments

Auditory neuroscience, spatial hearing, plasticity.

Jessica Thompson

Jessica Thompson

Posted by: on Sep 8, 2014 | No Comments

I use machine learning and functional neuroimaging to study the computational mechanisms underlying human auditory perception. Specifically, I am interested in characterizing the neural representation of complex auditory stimuli, such as speech and music, using representation learning methods.

Chiara Giacosa

Chiara Giacosa

Posted by: on Sep 8, 2014 | No Comments

After completing a BSc in Physics and a MA in Cognitive Neuroscience, I am currently a PhD candidate at Concordia University under the co-supervision of Virginia Penhune and Krista Hyde.

My current research aims at investigating the structural and behavioural brain correlates of dance and music expertise. My research interests are focussed on the structural and functional brain connectivity, and the brain changes induced by training during the developmental age.

Ramona Kaiser

Ramona Kaiser

Posted by: on Sep 8, 2014 | No Comments

Auditory perception.