In my research, I use behavioral and neuroscientific (fMRI, EEG, eye tracking) methodologies to understand how individuals are able to learn and remember perceptual patterns in their environments. I have focused on music and speech as model systems for understanding (1) how prior experience shapes perception, (2) the limits of auditory plasticity in adulthood, and (3) how both implicit and explicit learning mechanisms contribute to auditory representations.
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