Translation of an Animal Model of Rhythm Processing to Assessment and Intervention

Friday, September 30, 2016

Devin McAuley, Associate Professor of Psychology, Director of the MSU Cognitive Science Program, and member of the Neuroscience Program.

Dr. McAuley presented his research on Neural Mechanisms of Developmental Stuttering, “Translation of an Animal Model of Rhythm Processing to Assessment and Intervention”.

The Timing, Attention, and Prception (TAP) Lab, directed by Dr. J. Devin McAuley, investigates the neural and cognitive bases of timing and rhythm in humans and other animals. Research foci of the lab include (1) coordination of perception and action, (2) attentional entrainment, (3) the role of rhythm in speech and language processing, and (4) commonalities between music and language processing. Research in the lab uses a range of methodologies, including behavioral methods with children and adults, computational modeling, electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).

If you would like to participate in research or learn more about opportunities in our lab, please visit the contact page.

For more information about our research, click on the individual projects below or visit our research page.

http://wlns.com/2016/02/15/celebrating-spartans-solving-stuttering/

 

RAIND Brown Bag Devin McAuley 09-30-2016