I am from Charlotte, NC. My research interests focus on how music and language are processed in the brain, specifically music’s connection to memory and emotion. In addition to research, I love to sing, and I perform with Duke’s Opera Theater and Chorale. In the future, I hope to become a professor in auditory cognitive neuroscience.
Data+, Imaging and the Brain
A team of students led by researchers in the O-Lab for auditory neuroscience determined whether the imagination of speech and nonspeech sounds can be distinguished using on a non-invasive measurement of activation in the brain, electroencephalography (EEG). Students collected and analyzed EEG data from human participants in response to both imagined and perceived sounds, as […]...