About Me

I’m Maeve McMahon, an PhD student at Queen Mary University of London where I’m researching learning and memory in the zebra finch. I briefly studied baroque flute at the Royal Academy of Music before realising that music cognition would make a far more satisfying career. So I stayed in London and studied Cognitive Science at the University of Westminster where I wrote my dissertation on “The effect of musical training and language on rhythm perception”. I did an MSc in Neuroscience at UCL and am now happily studying animal cognition while brewing beer and living a narrowboat.

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