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mars 2017

Conference by Annelies Bockstael

30 mars 2017 @ 16 h 00 min - 18 h 00 min
BRAMS – UdeM (Outremont), 1430 boul. Mont-Royal
Outremont, Québec H2V4P3 Canada
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Gratuit

When sound becomes noise – a research perspective  To perceive and produce sound is a magnificent capability that greatly facilitates and enriches human functioning. Sound, however, can quite easily turn into noise, or the other way around, a transition highly dependent on specific interaction between acoustical features, exposure context, and listener’s characteristics. Moreover, "noise" covers very diverse research areas, such as noise-induced hearing loss in industry and music, environmental noise, effects of noise on cognition and attention, as well as…

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Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Michael H. Thaut & BRAMS Workshop

31 mars 2017 @ 9 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min
BRAMS – UdeM (Outremont), 1430 boul. Mont-Royal
Outremont, Québec H2V4P3 Canada
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Gratuit

One-day CRBLM/BRAMS workshop on music-based rehabilitation (from 9 am to 3 pm) & keynote lecture by Dr. Michael H. Thaut - CRBLM Distinguished Lecturer (from 3 pm to 5 pm). Registration online before March 23rd: registration form Speakers_bio Workshop 9-5pm : Therapeutic role of music across the lifespan  The profound impact of music on human society has been documented since ancient times. However, the systematic use of music as a therapeutic tool is relatively new. Increasing empirical evidence is emerging from…

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avril 2017

Cours gratuit en ligne (MOOC) – Neurosciences : parole, musique

18 avril 2017 @ 8 h 00 min - 25 juin 2017 @ 17 h 00 min
Gratuit

Nous sommes fiers de vous annoncer le lancement d'un nouveau cours en ligne gratuit: "Neurosciences: Parole, Musique". Il s'agit d'une collaboration entre le BRAMS, l'Université de Montréal et l'Université Libre de Bruxelles. Niveau du cours : Pour étudiants de premier cycle ou du deuxième cycle.   INSCRIPTION Numéro du cours : BRAMS.2 / Début du cours : 18 avril 2017 / Fin des cours : 25 juin 2017 À PROPOS DE CE COURS De la berceuse chantée au bébé jusqu’au discours enflammé du politicien, du…

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BRAMS 6th Scientific Social Event: Jessica Thompson & Naeem Komeilipoor

20 avril 2017 @ 16 h 00 min - 18 h 00 min
BRAMS – UdeM (Outremont), 1430 boul. Mont-Royal
Outremont, Québec H2V4P3 Canada
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Gratuit

To celebrate the scientific and cultural diversity of BRAMS, we are holding a “BRAMS Scientific Social”. The event is held on a Thursday once a month (except during the summer) and provides a platform to facilitate scientific and cultural exchange. BRAMS members get a chance to share new and exciting research with their fellow colleagues. Following the scientific presentations, we will have an internationally-themed reception facilitated by some of our members. We hope that all of you will participate to…

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mai 2017

Conference by Robert van de Vorst

12 mai 2017 @ 12 h 00 min - 13 h 00 min
BRAMS – UdeM (Outremont), 1430 boul. Mont-Royal
Outremont, Québec H2V4P3 Canada
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Gratuit

How music may induce fluency (and dysfluency) in people who stutter Abstract The question how fluency inducing conditions - such as music (e.g., singing) - may inhibit stuttering has remained largely unresolved. A complicating factor in this theoretical issue is that symptoms of stuttering and dysfluency have also been observed in musicians playing wind instruments, sometimes called "musical stuttering". In my talk, I will highlight both general and particular characteristics of stuttering as a condition that extends beyond the speech…

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juin 2017

NEUROSCIENCES AND MUSIC – VI CONFERENCE

15 juin 2017 - 18 juin 2017
Martin Conference Center @ Harvard Medical School Boston, + Google Map

JOIN THE NEUROMUSIC COMMUNITY IN BOSTON AT THE NEUROSCIENCES AND MUSIC - VI CONFERENCE  Registration is open   MORE INFO HERE POSTER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 28 February 2017 Watch the video invitation from the Organizing Committee and the Mariani Foundation The central theme of "The Neurosciences and Music - VI" is Music, Sound and Health. The programme will include Keynote Lectures, Symposia, Poster Sessions, and a Pre-conference Workshop, to be held on the afternoon of 15 June 2017. The meeting will be of…

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août 2017

Conference by Alexandre Celma Miralles

11 août 2017 @ 12 h 00 min - 13 h 00 min
BRAMS – UdeM (Outremont), 1430 boul. Mont-Royal
Outremont, Québec H2V4P3 Canada
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Gratuit

Beat Perception and Meter Induction in Vision and Spatial Audition His ongoing thesis is entitled “Neural and Evolutionary Correlates of Rhythm Processing through Beat and Meter.”The neural correlates of timing mechanisms are observed through electroencephalographic recordings and frequency analyses. The main goal is to better understand how our brain processes beat and meter across modalities, and attest the role of attention and the impact of formal music training on rhythmic perception. The evolutionary bases of these timing mechanisms are observed…

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novembre 2018

Conference Dr Nory Jacoby

1 novembre 2018 @ 10 h 30 min - 12 h 00 min
Pavillon Marie-Victorin, Room D-451, 90, ave. Vincent-d'Indy + Google Map

Pavillon Marie-Victorin, Room D-451 Title: A Global Survey of Rhythm Representations Abstract:  Over the past few years, cross-cultural comparative work has made various claims about the universality of aspects of music, aesthetic preferences, and emotion (Fritz 2009, Brown & Jordania 2013, Savage et al. 2015). However, recent work suggests that features that were previously regarded as universal —such as consonance / dissonance, or rhythm perception— may in fact be at least partially determined by culture (McDermott et al. 2016; Jacoby…

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CRBLM – BRAMS Conference by Dr. Edward W. Large

29 novembre 2018 @ 12 h 00 min - 13 h 15 min
Pavillon Marie-Victorin, Room A-135

How baby gets the groove: Modeling rhythm learning, perceptual narrowing, and enculturation Ontogeny is a complex, emergent process that arises from interactions between the developing organism and the structures present in the rearing environment. In the field of infant development, one of the most well known consequences of organism-environment interactions is the adaption and re-organization of perception-action systems to structural regularities in the environment, a phenomenon called “perceptual narrowing” or “perceptual fine tuning.” Previous work suggests that infants’ perception of…

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Blitz des étudiants du BRAMS

30 novembre 2018 @ 16 h 00 min - 19 h 00 min
Pavillon Marie-Victorin, Room A-135

Vous êtes cordialement invités au Blitz des étudiants du BRAMS! Le BRAMS a maintenant ré-ouvert ses portes et repris ses activités de recherche et d’enseignement. Cependant, nous n’avons pas eu l’occasion d’accueillir officiellement tous les nouveaux étudiants du BRAMS de cette année (et de la dernière année, puisque le BRAMS a temporairement fermé ses portes au cours de la dernière année. Pour remédier à cette situation, nous vous invitons à un 4 @ 7 le vendredi 30 novembre à 16 :00…

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