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Anna FIVEASH

Post-Doc

 

anna.fiveash@inserm.fr

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I am a postdoctoral researcher interested in similarities between music and language in relation to syntax, rhythm, memory, and attention. I received my PhD from Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia, with a thesis entitled: The Nature of Syntactic Processing in Music and Language. My current project is a collaboration between DDL and CAP (Cognition, Auditive, et Psychoacoustique) teams. In this project, I am investigating the effects of regular, rhythmic primes on subsequent language processing. As part of the project, I am also interested in the role of neural oscillations in the processing of music and speech, and how rhythmic priming and rhythmic training can be beneficial for children with developmental language disorders.


TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND


 

  • 2014 - 2017: PhD in Psychology, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia.
  • Aug-Nov, 2016: International Visiting Graduate Student, University of Toronto, Mississauga, Canada.
  • 2012 - 2014: Master of Music, Mind, and Technology, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
  • 2008 - 2011: Bachelor of Psychology (1st class honours), Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
  • 2009 - 2010: Exchange at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom.
 

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES


 

  • 2016-ongoing: Editor for Australian Music Psychology Society (AMPS) Newsletter
  • 2016-2017: Student Member, Australian Music Psychology Society Committee.
  • 2016: Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, SysMus Conference.
  • 2016: ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders and Cognitive Science Seminar Series Coordinator.
  • 2014-ongoing: Reviewer: PLoS ONE, Psychology of Music, Psychomusicology.
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    MAIN PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCES
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    Conference presentations
     

    Fiveash, A., Schön, D., Cannette, L.H., Morillon, B., Bedoin, N. & Tillmann, B., 2019, "Rhythmic priming: A stimulus-brain coupling analysis in adults with dyslexia and matched controls", Rhythm Production and Perception Conference, Traverse City, United States of America, juin 2019 (poster)


     

    Fiveash, A., Bedoin, N. & Tillmann, B., 2018, "Rhythmic processing of music and language: A review and implications", International Conference of Music Perception and Cognition/European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, Graz, Austria, juillet 2018 (poster)


     

    Fiveash, A., Schön, D., Cannette, L.H., Morillon, B., Bedoin, N. & Tillmann, B., 2018, "Rhythmic priming of sentences in dyslexic and control participants: A stimulus-brain coupling analysis", CuttingEEG Workshop, Paris, juillet 2018 (poster)


    Online Database
     

    Ma, W., Fiveash, A. & Thompson, W., in press, "Spontaneous emergence of language-like and music-like vocalizations from an artificial protolanguage. ", In Press, Semiotica


     

    Fiveash, A., McArthur, G. & Thompson, W., 2018, "Syntactic and non-syntactic sources of interference by music on language processing. ", 2018, Scientific Reports


     

    Fiveash, A., Thompson, W., Badcock, N. & McArthur, G., 2018, "Syntactic processing in music and language: Effects of interrupting auditory streams with alternating timbres.", 2018, International Journal of Psychophysiology


     

    Fiveash, A. & Luck, G., 2016, "Effects of musical valence on the cognitive processing of lyrics.", 2016, Psychology of Music


     

    Fiveash, A. & Pammer, K., 2014, "Music and language: Do they draw on similar syntactic working memory resources?", 2014, Psychology of Music




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