First results published from this project
It's been a while since I've posted a Lab Note, but I had quite a busy 2015. In the past year I finished my dissertation (which is available online) and moved to New York City to start a postdoc at NYU. It's been a productive year.
I want to give a sincere thank you to all of you for donating to this project. So far, I have published two papers detailing the results from this study, which would not have been possible without your donations!
The first paper was published this summer in the journal Memory, and discusses the finding that music-evoked memories are more vivid than face-evoked memories, in healthy adults.
The second paper, published in the journal Psychophysiology, highlights a difference between men and women in their physiological responsiveness to music.
You can read more details about these papers on my website. Experiment and my donors have been acknowledged as a funding source in both of these publications.
I am currently working on preparing a manuscript on my findings relating to brain damage and music-evoked memories, which will hopefully be ready for publication in the coming months.
Again, thank you for your donations and your contributions to science!