|Jess’s thesis included an extensive coding of many properties of sounds used in the journals Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, as well as the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. As part of this project she developed a significant amount of R code for use in visualizing the distribution of various properties. Her thesis also included original perceptual experiments involving manipulations of amplitude envelope. She is now applying her facility in data analytics to a new position as a research assistant at St. Joseph’s Healthcare, working on a survey of operational efficiency. Congratulations Jess – we are excited for your future and look forward to building on the great work you’ve done the past few years.|
Anna Siminoski receives student travel award from SMPC
Maxwell Ng debuts MAESTRO software at NSERC student conference
Jonny publishes "Surveying the Temporal Structure of Sounds Used" in Music Perception
Dr. Schutz is awarded tenure and promotion to Associate Professor; granted research leave for 2015-1...