September 01, 2018 - December 31, 2018
When: Every second Thursday from 13:00 to 14:00. First meeting September 20.
Where: Brams conference room, room A-103, Pavillon Marie-Victorin, Université de Montréal (90 Avenue Vincent-D’Indy, Outremont, H2V 2J7)
Are the effects of music on emotions, or music-induced emotions, part of your research interests and activities? Are you interested in learning how music brings us pleasure and why it is so rewarding? Have you always wanted to know more about the differences between felt and perceived musical emotions, musicians and non-musicians, instrumental and vocal sounds?
November 14, 2018
Technological advancements allow us to generate an ever-growing amount of data. This modernization represents both an opportunity to increase one’s research and a challenge of technological transition. Read More
November 29, 2018
Title: 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.” Read More