|This competitive internal grant will boost ongoing software development efforts in the lab. Our sensorimotor integration research uses customized software to simultaneously record integrated information on the perception and production of rhythmic information. We are working to ensure the integrity of timing information in this package as a step towards exploring multi-limb movements. This award for $5,950 will help towards development of this novel tool, which could also be of use to other teams exploring the popular issue of sensormitor interactions in rhythm perception. For more information please visit our ARB funding page listing each of the lab’s awards from this agency.|
Sharmila and Aimee receive travel grants from SEMPRE
Dr. Schutz selected for first Faculty of Humanities Research Time Stipend (RTS) award
NIH funds autism and audio-visual integration research with Dr. Laura Silverman
Arts Research Board funds proposed project "Are percussive sounds processed in a special manner?"