Thesis Students Present at NeuroMusic Conference

On November 10th 2018, all four of the MAPLE Lab’s senior honours thesis students presented their research at the 14th Annual Neuromusic Conference  “Music and Multimedia: From Song to Sonification.” 

(From left to right: Isabella LaMantia, Nic Ballarin, Cam Anderson, Rebecca Benjamin)

This year at NeuroMusic, Isabella presented a poster about her thesis “Personality and Perceived Musical Emotion,” Nic presented about his thesis “The effect of music listening on implicit racial attitudes,” Cam presented about his thesis entitled “Exploring the Effect of Timbre on Melodic Alarm Recognition,” and Rebecca presented about her thesis “Examining the effects of amplitude envelope on alarm recognition in an audio-visual delayed matching-to-sample task.” Well done, thesis students!