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Dr Martine Turgeon

Formerly at Lancaster University

Martine Turgeon

Research Interests

  • Auditory perception;
  • cross-spectral grouping;
  • auditory stream segregation;
  • temporal resolution and integration;
  • rhythm perception and production;
  • neuropsychology of sequential event analysis;
  • auditorily-guided action;
  • sensorimotor synchronization, temporal attention;
  • timing error monitoring and correction;
  • audio-visual temporal integration;
  • social bonding function of shared rhythms;
  • Populations of interest: schizophrenics, frontal and parietal stroke patients, musicians, neurologically-intact elderly adults, deaf children.

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