Orelle Soyeux

orelle.soyeux@umontreal.ca

 

 

 

Research interests

I am currently a Master candidate in psychology research at Université de Montréal under the supervision of Dre Nathalie Gosselin. My project evaluates the effect of personalized music on pain perception in the context of a dental implant surgery on healthy adult patients. I am also looking at the consequences on the physiological system and post-operative pain killers consumption.

In general I am interested in further research evaluating the effect of music of pain perception in experimental contexts. I would love to study this effect on musicians and evaluate the neurological consequences it has.

 

Education

Master in Psychology, Université de Montréal (2018-2020) (Ongoing)

 

Bachelor of Science in Psychology: option Neuroscience, minor in Music, Bishop’s University (2014-2017)

 

Scientific communications

Soyeux, O. (2017). L’effet modulateur de la préférence musicale sur la perception de la douleur. Présentation orale au Congrès Douleur et Santé mentale de l’Association française ANP3SM les 26 et 27 Mai à l’Université de Sherbrooke, Campus Longueuil.

Soyeux, O., Guétin, S., Chalaye, P., Marchand, S. (2017). The Modulatory Effect of Music Preference on Pain Perception. Poster presentation at Research Week on March 27 to 31th of March at Bishop’s University.

Soyeux, O., Guétin, S., Chalaye, P., Marchand, S. (2017). The Modulatory Effect of Music Preference on Pain Perception. Poster presentation at Brain Awareness Week on 13 to 16th of March at Bishop’s University.

 

Grants and distinctions

 

Departmental Scholarship, Department of Psycholgy, Université de Montréal (2017-2018)

 

Funds for an undergraduate research internship, Medical and health sciences Faculty, Université de Sherbrooke (2016 & 2017)

 

Honour Roll list scholarship, Bishop’s University (2015-2017)

 

Georgina Mills Prize, Department of Music, Bishop’s University (2016)