Dominique Vuvan, Ph.D.

Dominique Vuvan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Skidmore College. Her research interests include:

(1) Cognitive expectancy: How do we predict what’s coming, and what are the consequences of this prediction?

(2) Neurocognition of music: How do the brain and the cognitive system subserve human musicality?

(3) Auditory perception and production: What is the relationship between processing a pitch and singing it?

(4) Relation between language and music: Are these abilities subserved by the same or different cognitive systems?

icon Affiliation: Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology

icon University: Skidmore College

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