Niagara Falls, Ontario
Five lab members presented posters at the LOVE Conference in Niagara Falls: Fiona Manning, Annilee Baron, Kimberly Germann, Anna Siminoski, and Aimee Battcock discussed new findings on a variety of topics, ranging from movement and emotion to timing to sound shapes.
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New insights into the music of Bach and Chopin published in Frontiers in Psychology (Cognition)
Fiona Manning becomes first PhD Graduate of the MAPLE Lab
Sharmila and Aimee receive travel grants from SEMPRE
Jess Gillard becomes our first MSc graduate, accepts job offer as a researcher at St. Joesph's Healt...