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Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Symposium in Montreal, April 16th
The International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research
(BRAMS) is pleased to announce a full-day symposium on Auditory
Cognitive Neuroscience, held at the Montreal Neurological Institute
one day before the Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting.
This is the second announcement; please find the final program below.
More information can be found here:
Auditory Cognitive Neuroscience Symposium
8:45am - Opening
9:00am - Session 1: "Neural Coding in the Auditory Cortex"
09.00 - Claude Alain, Rotman Research Institute - "Neuromagnetic
recordings reveal additive effects of spectral and spatial cues in
human auditory cortex?
09.25 - Evan Balaban, McGill University - ?The auditory discontinuity
illusion: Individual differences in scene analysis related to the
strength of short-latency neural responses?
09.50 - Tobias Overath, New York University, USA - ?Cortical
mechanisms for the segregation and representation of acoustic textures?
10.00 - Marc Schoenwiesner, Université de Montréal - "How to get out
more often (and take your experiment with you)?
10:25am - Coffee breaks & posters
10:45am - Session 2: "Emotional Communication by Sound"
10.45 - Jorge Armony, McGill University - ?Perception and memory of
emotional expressions across modalities?
11.10 - Hauke Egermann, McGill University - ?Emotion Induction Through
Music: Effects of Listening Contexts and Musical Structures?
11.20 - Sarah Wilson, University of Melbourne, Australia - ?Music as
Communication: 'Finding your voice'?
11.45 - Teppo Särkämö, Helsinki University, Finland - ?Auditory
plasticity induced by music and speech listening after stroke: an MEG
11.55 - Pascal Belin, University of Glasgow, Scotland
12:20 - Lunch break
2:00pm - Session 3: "Sensorimotor Integration"
02.00 - Caroline Palmer, McGill University - ?Sensorimotor integration
among performing musicians?
02.25 - Bruno Giordano, McGill University - ?Cortical processing of
02.35 - Virginia Penhune, Concordia University - ?Rhythm processing
and auditory-motor integration?
03.00 - Patrice Voss, McGill University - ?Auditory processing in
03.10 - David Poeppel, New York University, USA - ?Feedforward and
feedback at the nexus of sensorimotor integration?
3:35pm - Coffee break & posters
Marc Schoenwiesner, PhD
International Laboratory for Brain
Music and Sound Research (BRAMS)
Pavillon 1420 Mont-Royal
Université de Montréal
Montréal, Québec __o
Canada, H2V 4P3 _`\<,_
fax: 514-343-2175 (+)/ (+)
tel: 514-343-6111 x3181
lab website: www.brams.org