Roxanne Ferrandez

As part of my doctorate in clinical neuropsychology, I’m interested in the influence that background music can have on cognition. More specifically, my project is about the effects of music on episodic memory, a subset of long-term memory.

I also did my Master’s degree in psychology at the University of Montreal, under the direction of Dr. Martin Arguin, with whom I worked on the temporal profile of visual encoding in the recognition of familiar objects and faces.

icon Affiliation: Dr. N. Gosselin Lab

icon University: University of Montreal

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