La musique à l’ère du confinement

La musique à l’ère du confinement

Posted by: on Mar 27, 2020 | No Comments

Spécialiste de l’étude du «cerveau musical»,

Isabelle Peretz partage avec nous quelques idées pratiques

en lien avec la musique afin de mieux vivre le confinement.

La musique fait du bien!

Children 3 to 8 years old invited to a music study
New this year: BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series

New this year: BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series

Posted by: on Sep 17, 2019 | No Comments

To continue the BRAMS mission as a fertile ground for sharing scientific knowledge and to support students’ research and interaction, a new series of events will take place every Wednesday at 3:00 pm at local D-427 (with exception).

Apprendre la musique

Apprendre la musique

Posted by: on Sep 21, 2018 | No Comments

Comment l’apprentissage de la musique agit-il sur notre cerveau ? Quels effets a-t-il sur la curiosité, l’attention et la mémorisation ? Quel impact sur la lecture ou le raisonnement mathématique ? Faut-il, pour apprendre et faire des progrès, qu’un enfant ait l’oreille musicale ? Et s’il chante faux ? Que penser par ailleurs des adultes qui décident de s’y mettre sur le tard ? Y a-t-il un âge pour apprendre la musique ?

Call for papers for a special issue on Music & Aphasia in Aphasiology

Call for papers for a special issue on Music & Aphasia in Aphasiology

Posted by: on Apr 11, 2017 | No Comments

We are considering a special issue on the topic of music and aphasia planned for the specialty journal  Aphasiology 

Scientific papers relevant to the neuroscientific and cognitive study of music in aphasia are welcome. In particular, we are interested in original research reports, reviews, case studies, and clinical and theoretical papers. If you are interest in contributing, please send us a title and abstract by May 15.

Public Lecture by Antonio Damasio on “Notes on Feeling, Music and the Human Brain”

Posted by: on Sep 30, 2015 | No Comments

You are invited to attend a Public Lecture entitled “Notes on Feeling, Music and the Human Brain”. This exciting lecture will be given by Antonio Damasio of the University of Southern California, USA.

Poster printing facilities- Image Analysis Lab

Posted by: on Sep 11, 2015 | No Comments

Poster Printing Facilities are available in the Image Analysis Lab (Stewart Biology, McGill University, Room S3/31 ) to graduate students and postdocs affiliated with BRAMS or CRBLM research projects.

To arrange to print a poster please follow the instructions on the PosterRequestForm2019_newfinal

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BRAMS: The Next Ten Years

BRAMS: The Next Ten Years

Posted by: on Apr 28, 2015 | No Comments

Tenth anniversary symposium of the international laboratory for Brain, Music, and Sound Research

October 21- 23, 2015