Talks

Invited Talks

January 2016. McMaster University Department of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour Colloquium Series, Faculty of Science.
Auditory-Motor Interactions in Predictive Timing
March 2015. University of Waterloo Department of Kinesiology Seminar Series, Faculty of Applied Health Sciences.
Sensorimotor Interactions in Rhythm Perception: The benefits of moving to the beat

Conference Talks

July 2016. International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC). San Francisco, CA.
Manning, F., Siminoski, A. & Schutz, M. Motor effector training and musical expertise heighten temporal detection abilities. 
August 2015. Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC) Conference. Nashville, TN.
Manning, F., Tardif, M., & Schutz, M. Effector rate limits and stimulus tempo: Exploring interactions with timing perception.
February 2015. Rhythm and Timing Symposium. London, ON.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Metrical context and motor production: Interactions with timing perception.
August 2014. International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC). Seoul, South Korea.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Tapping through longer periods of silence improves perceived timing.
September 2013. Rhythm Production and Perception Workshop (RPPW). Birmingham, UK.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Temporal context mediates the effect of movement on perceived timing.
August 2013. Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC) Conference. Toronto, ON.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. The role of expertise in the perception of timing: A reliance on motion.
May 2013. Midwestern Music Cognition Symposium. Columbus, OH.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Timing perception and production in musicians and nonmusicians.
April 2013. ESM/UR/Cornell/Buffalo Music Cognition Symposium: Local Research. Rochester, NY.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Exploring the effects of percussion training on perceived timing.
March 2013. New England Sequencing and Timing (NEST) meeting. Amherst, MA.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Does auditory feedback contribute to the effect of movement on timing perception?
July 2012. Perspectives on Rhythm and Timing (PoRT) workshop. Glasgow, UK.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Tapping variability predicts rhythmic acuity. 
February 2012. ESM/UR/Cornell Music Cognition Symposium: Local Research. Rochester, NY.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Movement and timekeeping during silence and sound.
October 2011. Acoustics Week in Canada (AWC). Québec City, QC.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Moving to the beat improves timekeeping in a rhythm perception task.
August 2011. Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC) conference. Rochester, NY.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Tapping to hear: How “moving to the beat” improves rhythmic sensitivity. 
April 2011. ESM/UR/Cornell Music Cognition Symposium: Local Research. Rochester, NY.
Manning, F., & Schutz, M. Tapping to the beat improves timing perception. 
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