Baptiste Chemin

My project addresses the general question of the coordination dynamics across distant cortical areas supporting sensorimotor processes, by taking advantage of a specific context: music. Indeed, one of the most intriguing phenomena related to musical rhythm is that it powerfully compels to move. In turn, body movements shape rhythm perception.

Currently, M.D. Ph.D. at Université Catholique de Louvain – UCLouvain/ Institute of Neuroscience.

icon Affiliation: Dr. I. Peretz Lab

icon University: University of Montreal

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