j.j. magee

J.J. Magee (Thesis) is a fourth-year student in the Psychology, Neuroscience, & Behaviour B.Sc. program. Her musically immersed upbringing has fueled her current interest in music cognition. Growing up, she sang in different choirs and played trumpet throughout her high school career. JJ enjoys singing in her spare time and has now taken up guitar and songwriting. As she broadened her horizons through psychology and neuroscience, she was intrigued to learn about music from this new cognitive perspective and drew J.J. towards the MAPLE lab. She is excited to work with a team of talented researchers on the Auditory Alarms Project.