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octobre 2019

BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Researcher Lecture by Dr. Rodrigo Laje

octobre 8 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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Traditional period perturbations in sensorimotor synchronization as confound experimental manipulations Abstract: Paced finger tapping is a sensorimotor synchronization task where a subject have to keep pace with a metronome and the time differences (asynchronies) between each stimulus and its response are recorded. A usual way to study the underlying error correction mechanism is to perform unexpected temporal perturbations to the stimuli sequence. An overlooked issue is that at the moment of a temporal perturbation two things change: both the stimuli period…

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BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Keynote Lecture by Dr. Bill Thompson

octobre 9 @ 16 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min
B-484 Salle Serge-Garant Fac. Musique, 200, Ave Vincent-d'Indy
Montreal, Quebec H2V 2T2
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Music and intercultural understanding Abstract: Music is a powerful stimulus for wellbeing and interpersonal connection and is increasingly applied to promote intercultural understanding.  Yet there is little understanding of the social and psychological processes by which music has such effects. The aim of this talk is to consider the psychosocial impact and psychological underpinnings of music when used to address the challenges of people who are marginalised or stigmatised, and to promote social cohesion and intercultural understanding in multicultural societies. A framework is…

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BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Researcher Lecture by Dr. Philippe Albouy

octobre 16 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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Enhancing executive functions through information-based neuromodulation Abstract: Executive functions, such as working memory, are essential cognitives processes for our everyday life activities. When such functions are disrupted due to age-related or pathology-related cognitive decline, life becomes increasingly difficult and isolating. For those reasons, a large amount of studies have used non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) to enhance those functions in healthy individuals and neurological population. However, the outcomes have been considerably variable and the neurophysiological mechanisms by which these methods work, or…

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CONFÉRENCE D’OUVERTURE AVEC DRE ISABELLE PERETZ

octobre 24 @ 8 h 30 min - 10 h 00 min
salle Pierre-Mercure, boul De Maisonneuve Est
Montréal, Quebec H2X 3X6 Canada
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CONGRÈS FAMEQ 2019 – LES 23, 24 et 25 OCTOBRE En collaboration avec le Département de Musique de l’UQAM  🎶 CONFÉRENCE D'OUVERTURE AVEC MME ISABELLE PERETZ Le Congrès Fameq est extrêmement fier d’accueillir Mme Isabelle Peretz pour sa Conférence d’ouverture à la salle Pierre-Mercure le jeudi 24 octobre de 8h30 à 10h. boulevard De Maisonneuve Est, Montréal (Québec) H2X 3X6., Métro Berri UQAM CONFÉRENCE OUVERTE À TOUS ET GRATUITE! « Ma conférence vous présente en fait mon livre : «…

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BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Postdoc Presentation by Dr. Michael Weiss

octobre 30 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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The influence of vocal timbre on learning and memory for melodies Abstract:  The voice is a dynamic, biologically relevant signal. It is also the “original” instrument. Nevertheless, the voice is more difficult to manipulate or control than other instruments, especially digital ones, and studies of music perception and cognition do not typically include vocal stimuli. The aim of this talk is to explore the effects of vocal timbre on music perception and cognition, with a focus on learning and memory for…

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novembre 2019

BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Keynote Lecture by Dr. Frank Russo

novembre 6 @ 16 h 30 min - 17 h 30 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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SingWell Canada: Understanding group singing in older adults from a biopsychosocial perspective Abstract: Many older adults face formidable challenges to social wellbeing. Foremost among these is the social isolation and loneliness that may arise from a combination of factors inclusive of retirement from work, increased physical distance from family, and the death of loved ones. Another prominent challenge to social wellbeing concerns stigma, often involving self-stereotyping whereby an individual internalizes commonly held negative characterizations of aging or aging-associated diseases as part…

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BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Postdoc Presentations by Dr. Razieh Alemi and Dr. Anastasia Sares

novembre 13 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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Dr. Razieh Alemi: How cochlear implant users control their voice pitch? Abstract:  Oral communication development relies on auditory feedback, enabling speakers to regulate voice parameters and preserve speech fluency. This sensorimotor integration is hindered by hearing loss. Cochlear implants (CIs) restore the sense of hearing, but whether CI users can re-establish a functional perception-production loop is unknown. Notably, some devices aim to reproduce finer details in fundamental frequency (F0). Here we asked whether F0 details provided by these devices can enhance…

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BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Researcher Lecture by Dr. Eldad Tsabary

novembre 20 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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Sound-focused aural training with Inner Ear  Abstract: Inner Ear is a SSHRC-funded multi-university research-creation project for developing an accessible, adaptive ear training tool geared toward musicians and audio engineers working in the various sound fields. The design of this software builds on a decade-long, ongoing, action research study with music students who major in electroacoustic studies. The objective of the research has been to understand the student's aural skill acquisition process and subsequently develop comprehensive tools to facilitate rapid refinement of…

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BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Postdoc Presentation by Dr. Felipe Verdugo

novembre 27 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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Physiological, mechanical, and music-related features of pianists’ gestures Abstract: Piano performance involves different levels of motor abundancy: similar piano tones might be produced by an unlimited quantity of motion possibilities of all the body segments integrating the kinematic chain. Due to motor abundancy and the aesthetic and cultural factors underlying composers and performers’ artistic work, several approaches to piano performance currently coexist. According to a specific approach to piano performance developed at Université de Montréal, pianists might both reduce risks of…

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décembre 2019

BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Postdoc Presentations by Dr. Sébastien Paquette and Dr. Bastien Intartaglia

décembre 4 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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Dr. Sébastien Paquette: Decoding Auditory Emotions  Abstract: Many studies support the idea of common neural substrates for the perception of vocal and musical emotions. It is proposed that music, to make us perceive emotions, recruits the emotional circuits that evolved mainly for the processing of biologically relevant vocalizations (e.g., cries, screams). Although some studies have found great similarities between voice and music in terms of acoustic cues (emotional expression) and neural correlates (emotional processing), some studies reported differences specific to each…

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