Events of the Research Group "Computational Auditory Perception"

Online Discussion at APA 2020 Virtual: The Study of Aesthetic Experience

We are presenting a symposium at this year’s Virtual Convention of the American Psychological Association. You are invited to watch our talks online and to join us for some live scientific exchange with our discussant Ellen Winner.

Location: Zoom Meeting

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Guest Lecture, Limor Raviv

Language and society: How social and learning pressures shape grammatical structure
 

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Guest Lecture: Prof. Eli Nelken

Stimulus-specific adaptation in the auditory system: more than you wanted to know

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Seminar on Human & Machine Intelligence || We are virtual! See details below.

A transdisciplinary seminar series addressing the confluence of modern machine learning, cognitive science, computational neuroscience: theory and practice

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Guest Lecture: Dr. Thomas Langlois

"Revealing the geometry of visual memory encoding using transmission chains"

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Guest Lecture: Alon Goldstein

"High Level Non-Conscious Representations"

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Workshop: Massive Online Data Collection with Dallinger  

Dallinger (https://github.com/Dallinger/Dallinger) automates experiments relying on combinations of automated bots and human subjects recruited on platforms like Mechanical Turk. This three-day workshop is intended for researchers who  either use or plan to use Dallinger as part of their research.

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Guest Lecture: Manuel Englada Tort

“Measuring responses to music: Methods, challenges, and alternative approaches”

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Guest Lecture: Dr. Kelly Jakubowski

"Aesthetic Preferences for Microrhythmic Variations in Music: A Comparative Study Across Cultures" 

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Prof. Ofer Tchernichovski (CUNY) Guest Lecture

Prof. Ofer Tchernichovski (CUNY) will be visiting the Computational Auditory Perception Research Group from Jan. 16-23. 

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Mr. Eamonn Bell (Columbia) Guest Lecture

Mr. Eamonn Bell (Columbia) will be visiting the Computational Auditory Perception Research Group from Jan. 16-23. 

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Cross-Cultural Research in Music Cognition: Methodologies, Pitfalls, and Practices

Over the past few years, cross-cultural research has become an increasingly important tool for understanding the cultural and biological factors that influence music. At the same time, cross-cultural work carries many pitfalls, as the recent history of the comparative human sciences attests, and is therefore vulnerable to (frequently justified) criticism. This workshop aims to address the gulf that can exist between scientists and ethnomusicologists in conceptualizing and interpreting cross-cultural research.

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