BRAMS 2nd Scientific Social Event : Jocelyne Whitehead & Jaakko Kauramäki
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BRAMS 2nd Scientific Social Event : Jocelyne Whitehead & Jaakko Kauramäki

Publié par: le 16 décembre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

To celebrate the scientific and cultural diversity of BRAMS, we are starting a “BRAMS Scientific Social”. The event will be held on a Thursday once a month and will provide a platform to facilitate scientific and cultural exchange. BRAMS members will get a chance to share new and exciting research with their fellow colleagues.

Talk by Gábor Háden
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Talk by Gábor Háden

Publié par: le 9 décembre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

Beats affects sound processing at birth

Rhythm in its simplest form is a series of stressed and unstressed regular pulses. For humans, rhythm perception is a basic and arguably automatic mechanism functional from birth, which underlies music and possibly speech perception.

CRBLM Introductory Workshop: MRI data analysis using Independent Component Analysis
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CRBLM Introductory Workshop: MRI data analysis using Independent Component Analysis

Publié par: le 7 décembre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

The most common method of analysis of fMRI data consists in comparing the BOLD signal in the brain with time series representing the various conditions of the experiment (e.g. task vs rest). Similarly, resting-state data is often analyzed by selecting a region of interest, computing the average BOLD signal in that region, and comparing it with signal elsewhere in the brain.

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BRAMS Journal Club – Peer Herholz

Publié par: le 28 novembre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

Peer Herholz ( Peretz Lab) will present the article titled « Neural correlates of specific musical anhedonia ».

BRAMS First Scientific Social Event : Nicolo Bernardi & Megha Sharda
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BRAMS First Scientific Social Event : Nicolo Bernardi & Megha Sharda

Publié par: le 17 novembre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

To celebrate the scientific and cultural diversity of BRAMS, we are starting a “BRAMS Scientific Social”. The event will be held on a Thursday once a month and will provide a platform to facilitate scientific and cultural exchange. BRAMS members will get a chance to share new and exciting research with their fellow colleagues.

Conférence  Acouphènes Québec – Sébastien Grenier, PhD
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Conférence Acouphènes Québec – Sébastien Grenier, PhD

Publié par: le 10 novembre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

CONFÉRENCE GRAND-PUBLIC de VULGARISATION  (en français)

Docteur, suis-je une personne anxieuse ? Démystifier l’anxiété pour mieux la comprendre et la traiter

Nous vous invitons à la conférence hors-série de Monsieur Sébastien Grenier, Ph.D., Professeur adjoint (sous octroi), département de psychologie, UdeM et directeur du laboratoire Leader.

Admission 20 $
Admission gratuite pour les membres d’Acouphènes Québec et du BRAMS.  Mais vous devez vous inscrire à l’avance :  inscription conférence

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BRAMS Journal Club – Carola Tuerk

Publié par: le 7 novembre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

Carola Tuerk (Hyde Lab) will present the article titled « Neural circuits underlying mother’s voice perception predict social communication abilities in children. »

CRBLM Workshop: Seed-based analysis of resting-state data using SeeBARS
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CRBLM Workshop: Seed-based analysis of resting-state data using SeeBARS

Publié par: le 2 novembre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

This 90 minutes workshop presents the theoretical aspects of the analysis of resting-state data and the installation and usage of the SeeBARS software developed by Thomas Gisiger, research associate at the CRBLM.

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Brams newcomews : Research presentation

Publié par: le 28 octobre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

Since there are many newcomers this current session, a new tradition is now emerging !  There will be a research presentation blitz by 8 new people at BRAMS; they will introduce themselves and present their current research work (5 minutes each).  They are:

  • Julia Chabot, M.Sc. Candidate, Peretz Lab: The MUSIC project
  • Falco Enzler, M.Sc. Candidate, Gosselin Lab: Effect of background music on selective attention in a visual task experiment
  • David Farkas, Ph.D.  Candidate, Schoenwiesner Lab: Movement effects in auditory streaming 
  • Peer Herholz, Ph.D. Candidate, Peretz Lab: Decoding of emotional valences across different sensory modalities and stimulus qualities
  • Naoto Hieda, Research assistant Lehmann Lab: Mobile EEG and Virtual reality
  • Brandon Paul, Research assistant Hebert Lab : Physiological correlates of gap detection in humans with tinnitus : towards on objective diagnostic measure
  • Ignacio Spiousas, Ph.D., Armony Lab: Neural correlates of auditory emotional information processing using neuroimaging techniques and computational approaches
  • Nicolas Vannson, PhD, Schoenwiesner Lab: Investigation of brain plasticity with a simulated CI device
  • Michael Weiss, Ph.D., Peretz Lab: The voice and memory for music
  • Hanjian Xu, Ph.D. Candidate : Comparison of two fMRI imaging methods in a passive auditory task

Organiser: Nicolas Vannson

Conférence de Bruno Gingras, PhD
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Conférence de Bruno Gingras, PhD

Publié par: le 27 octobre 2016 | Pas de commentaire

Pupillary responses index music-induced arousal

Abstract:

Music-induced emotions are conveyed by a variety of acoustical cues and are associated with measurable psychophysiological changes. In this talk, I will present three related studies, all using the same set of musical excerpts, which link music-induced emotions, acoustical features, and pupillary responses.