I am a PhD candidate in the Music Cognition Lab, part of the Cognitive Science Research Group at QMUL. My research aims to better understand why we enjoy listening to music, by attempting to predict pleasurable moments in music, using behavioural and computational methods. I am particularly interested in the effects of musical expectancy on aesthetic responses.
2017 - Information-theoretic measures predict the human judgment of rhythm complexity, Cognitive Science
2018 - Predicting pleasurable moments in music, EiTIC Doctoral Student Workshop, UPF
2018 - Stylistic preference, familiarity and chills, Music Cognition Lab seminar, QMUL
2017 - Predicting pleasurable moments in music, Music Cognition Lab seminar, QMUL
2015 - Formal measures of complexity predict the accuracy in guessing the end of rhythmic patterns, ESCOM, RNCM
2018 - LaTeX, R, and Statistics workshops, Research Methods, QMUL