jessica laMantia

Jessica LaMantia (Thesis) is a fourth-year B.Sc Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour student specializing in music cognition. She is looking forward to being a continuing member of the MAPLE lab, investigating the effects of amplitude envelope on the perception of sound. Jessica has always had a passion for music which started at the age of 4 when she took her first piano lesson. Along the way, she has picked up other instruments such as the viola and guitar, and she is always open to learning how to play something new. She is extremely excited to combine her love for science and music while conducting research in the lab. During her free time, she loves listening to and playing music, exploring the outdoors, and watching Leafs games.