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mai 2019

1er colloque étudiant CIRMMT-OICRM-BRAMS

mai 9 - mai 10
École de Musique Schulich, Université McGill, 527, rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, QC H3A 1E3 Canada
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Les comités étudiants du CIRMMT, de l’OICRM et du BRAMS s’unissent afin de vous convier à la première édition d’un colloque étudiant interdisciplinaire et interuniversitaire regroupant les membres des trois centres de recherche sous la thématique « Rencontres, collaborations et interdisciplinarité dans la recherche en musique ». Pour des informations détaillées visiter CIRMMT-OICRM-BRAMS Student SymposiumProgramme_COBS Horaire_COBS Nous avons le plaisir de vous informer que la Dre Gascia Ouzounian sera la conférencière invitée lors du colloque. Elle est présentement professeure à…

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CRBLM Scientific Day

mai 13

  SAVE THE DATE The 2019 CRBLM Scientific Day will be held in May. The keynote speaker has been confirmed as Kate Watkins, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Oxford. More details to follow!

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BRAMS – Talk by Simona Brambati

mai 23 @ 16 h 00 min - 18 h 00 min
Pavillon Marie-Victorin, A-135, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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Language recovery in post-stroke aphasia ABSTRACT : Post-stroke aphasia (PSA), i.e. difficulty producing and/or understanding language, is caused by a perturbation of cerebral blood flow within the brain language network, generally due to an ischemic stroke in the left middle cerebral artery (MCA). PSA affects one third of stroke survivors. It represents one of the most distressing and handicapping side effect of stroke. Language impairments recover to a variable extent over time. No efficient evidence-based therapies are currently available to…

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juin 2019

BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Researcher Presentation by Dr. Joseph DeSouza

juin 26 @ 17 h 00 min - 18 h 00 min
Local A-140-7 MoCap, BRAMS, Pav. Marie-Victorin, 90 Vincent-d’Indy Ave.
Outremont, Québec H2V 2S9 Canada
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Paradigm shift: eye movements vs. attention ||  music vs dance = best neurorehabilitation for Parkinson's!   Short bio: Dr. Joseph DeSouza is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology & Graduate programs in Biology, Interdisciplinary Studies and Neuroscience Graduate Diploma Program at York University’s Centre for Vision Research. He received his PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Western Ontario in 2001, which was followed by postdoctoral training at the Robarts Research Institute and the Centre for Vision Research.…

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septembre 2019

BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Student Presentation by Nicole Eichert

septembre 18 @ 15 h 00 min - 17 h 00 min
UdeM, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, D-427, 90, ave Vincent-d'Indy
Outremont, QC H2V 2S9 Canada
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What are the brain specializations underlying human vocal control? Abstract: Human speech is a highly complex behavior that relies on evolutionary adaptations of the human brain. One of the suggested critical differences within the primate lineage is motor control of the larynx. We are investigating the cortical specialization underlying laryngeal motor control using functional neuroimaging and comparative neuroanatomy. We localized the cortical representation of the larynx in humans during voicing using fMRI and studied how the functional activation patterns relate…

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BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Student Presentation by Kevin Jamey

septembre 25 @ 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 effect of rhythm-based training on cognitive abilities in children with autism spectrum disorder Abstract: Skill transfer effect presents an opportunity to increase learning potential in child development, as well as to target impaired abilities in pathological disorders. The long-term training of music engages a considerable set of skills, which can result in a generalization of ability outside the context of music. However, evidence for skill transfer effects from music training programs to cognitive abilities is inconsistent and may arise from…

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octobre 2019

BRAMS – CRBLM Lecture Series : Student Presentation by Camille Gaillard, Alexa Meilleur et Sarah-Maude Coll

octobre 2 @ 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
Local A 103, BRAMS, Pav. Marie-Victorin, 90 Vincent-d’Indy Ave.
Outremont, Québec H2V 2S9 Canada
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Camille Gaillard : Can rhythmic abilities distinguish neurodevelopmental disorders?  Abstract: The majority of people can easily track the beat of simple and complex auditory sequences (e.g., a metronome or music) and move along with it. There is growing evidence that these rhythmic abilities are impaired in children with neurodevelopmental disorders, such as developmental dyslexia or ADHD. Rhythm impairments are shown with a variety of perceptual and sensorimotor measures. However, due to the heterogeneity across measures, it is unclear whether rhythmic difficulties…

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Démonstration du logiciel Observer® XT de Noldus

octobre 8 @ 9 h 30 min - 11 h 00 min
Local A-140-7 MoCap, BRAMS, Pav. Marie-Victorin, 90 Vincent-d’Indy Ave.
Outremont, Québec H2V 2S9 Canada
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Des représentants de la compagnie Nodus seront au BRAMS pour faire une démonstration de leur logiciel Observer XT. La démo, qui se tiendra dans la salle MOCAP (dans les locaux A-140 Neurophysiologie), va prendre environ 90 minutes. L'Observer XT de Noldus Information Technology est un système logiciel intégré pour la collecte, l'analyse et la gestion des données d'observation. Il soutient l'ensemble du processus de recherche, de la conception des études d'observation et des schémas de codage à l'analyse et à la présentation…

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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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