Joined Jun 21 2011
30 years old
In 2009, Chris graduated with an Honours BSc. in Neuroscience and Behaviour from McMaster University. His senior honours thesis investigated electroencephalographic measures of temporal pitch encoding in human adults. Chris is currently working on his Ph.D. in Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour at McMaster University under the supervision of Dr. Laurel Trainor. His interest is focused on tracing the development of signal fidelity evidenced by the interation of scalp-measured cortical and subcortical auditory potentials.