Research

Research facilities at BRAMS support state-of-the-art research in music and auditory cognitive neuroscience, both in situ and online, using a variety of technological resources. These resources include a dedicated Technological Platform for lab-based research and a new Online Testing Platform.



Here is the form for Booking of  EEG recording space  at BRAMS for the Fall semester 2021: BRAMS EEG Project Form

EEG studies at BRAMS  started in the Fall semester 2021:

  • Bases cérébrales du rythme chez l’humain, led by Prof. Isabelle Peretz,  Ethics Approval # CERAS-2018-19-166-D
  • Impact de la musique et neurostimulation (TBS) sur l’humeur de participants sains (EEG & TMS project), led by Prof. Simon Rigoulot, Ethics Approval # CEREP-20-061-D
  • Apprentissage implicite de structures temporelles auditives et génération de prédictions, led by Prof. Pierre Jolicoeur,  Ethics Approval # CER VN 17-18-16
  • An EEG investigation of the perception of second language accents, led by Prof. Simon Rigoulot, Ethics Approval # CEREP-21-108-R
  • The Neural Correlates of Linguistic Rhythm, led by Prof. Simone Falk, Ethics Approval # CEREP-21-062-D
  • Étude de l’influence de l’expertise musicale sur la perception émotionnelle audiovisuelle : approche électrophysiologique, led by Prof. Simon Rigoulot, Ethics Approval # CEREP-21-113-D

PARTICIPATE IN AN EXPERIMENT

Follow the links below for more information about these facilities or to participate in an in-lab or online experiment.

 


For BRAMS members, rooms and equipment
may be booked using the link below.

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BRAMS (International Laboratory for Brain, Music and Sound Research) is a unique centre dedicated to research excellence in the study of music and auditory cognition with a focus on neuroscience. The research centre is located in Montreal and jointly affiliated with the University of Montreal and McGill University.

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90 Vincent-d’Indy Ave., Outremont, QC H2V 2S9

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