Participate in a study on RHYTHM

Posted by: on Feb 18, 2019 | No Comments

The laboratory of Prof. Simone Dalla Bella, University of Montreal, is interested in your abilities to perceive and synchronize to the rhythm.

  • We are looking for non-musicians (formal musical experience of less than two years), having  normal hearing and normal sight (or corrected to normal);
  • Receive $ 10 per hour by participating in three sessions of 1 hour and 30 minutes each;
  • In several tasks, you will have to either listen to sequences of sounds and detect if these sounds are at the same pace or synchronize by tapping on a tablet;
  • Appointments at your convenience!
  • International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research (BRAMS) is located at University of Montreal, Metro station Édouard-Montpetit

If you meet the following criteria :

  • 18 years old or more
  • Non-musician (less than two years of formal musical training)
  • Normal hearing and vision ( or corrected to normal)

Please write to  recrutement.dallabella@gmail.com  or contact us on 514-343-6111, poste 3594 if you have any questions or if you want to take an appointment.

The main site of BRAMS located at 1430 Mont-Royal, will close

The main site of BRAMS located at 1430 Mont-Royal, will close

Posted by: on Dec 9, 2017 | No Comments

On December 15th, 2017, the main site of BRAMS located at 1430 Mont-Royal, closed due to the sale of the building by the university. It will be relocated to another building, across the street in Pavilion Marie-Victorin, and will re-open in June 2018. We look forward to welcoming you there to continue the excellent research that has characterized BRAMS over the last ten years.

Isabelle Peretz and Robert Zatorre

Study on Music & Infants

Study on Music & Infants

Posted by: on Jan 30, 2012 | No Comments

Why do young children like music? Which music do they prefer? We are pursuing such questions at BRAMS and are currently seeking infants 4 to 12 months of age to participate in an ongoing study of early sound preferences.