|Collaborative work with former visiting graduate student Guillaume Vallet and McMaster colleague Dr. David Shore resulted in a new paper, “Exploring the role of amplitude envelope in duration estimations” in the journal Perception. This work explores the underlying strategies used to process sounds with natural dynamic temporal structures. Specifically, it contrasts these strategies with those used in processing the simplistic artificial sounds frequently used in auditory research.|
Lorraine Chuen successfully defends her M.Sc. Thesis on the unity assumption
NSERC Discovery grant funds "The role of amplitude envelope in auditory-visual integration"
“Movement Enhances Perceived Timing” paper published in Timing & Time Perception
Jonny publishes "Surveying the Temporal Structure of Sounds Used" in Music Perception