M.P. Roncaglia-Denissen, F.L. Bouwer, & H. Honing (2018). Decision Making Strategy and the Simultaneous Processing of Syntactic Dependencies in Language and Music Despite differences in their function and domain-specific elements, syntactic processing in music and language is believed to share cognitive resources. This study aims to investigate whether the simultaneous processing of language and music […]
F.L. Bouwer, J.A. Burgoyne, D. Odijk, H. Honing, & J.A. Grahn (2018). What makes a rhythm complex? The influence of musical training and accent type on beat perception Perception of a regular beat in music is inferred from different types of accents. For example, increases in loudness cause intensity accents, and the grouping of time […]
I am very happy to report that I am one of 4 recipients of the Distinguished Women Scientists Fund, awarded by the Landelijk Netwerk Vrouwelijke Hoogleraren (Dutch network of women professors). The DWSF is a travel grant, and will allow me to examine rhythm perception in patients with Parkinson’s disease in collaboration with Dr. Jessica […]
I will be presenting at both the the SMART Cognitive Science Conference and the bi-annual conference of the NVP this month. At SMART, I will present behavioural data from several tests that assess beat perception abilities during the Musicality Phenotype workshop. At NVP, I will present EEG data looking at the difference between beat-based and […]
On November 15, 2017, I gave a mini-lecture for the brightest primary school student in the country during the Mensa SlimmerIQuiz finals. You can watch the entire lecture below.
Two journalists from popular science magazine Quest came to visit me at UvA to find out whether they are any good at hearing the beat in rhythm. Find out about their results here!
This summer, I will be presenting the work of our group at several conferences. I will be giving a talk at RPPW 2017 in Birmingham, and I will present posters both at ICON 2017 in Amsterdam, and the first Timing Research Forum conference in Strasbourg. You can find my TRF poster below.
Why do people enjoy music? Can everyone dance? What are potential benefits of music for humans? I am a cognitive-neuroscientist-slash-used-to-be-performing-clarinettist, intrigued by the human mind and passionate about music. In my research, I hope to answer questions like these and many more! Currently, funded by an NWO Veni grant, I focus on how we perceive […]
I am happy to announce that upon my return from maternity leave, starting January 1st, 2017, I will be working as a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in the Cognition & Plasticity Lab, supervised by Dr. Heleen Slagter, at the Psychology Department of the University of Amsterdam. I am excited to start my new position!
I am the lucky recipient of one of two ABC Talent Grants, awarded in September 2016 by Amsterdam Brain and Cognition. The purpose of this grant (100.000 euros) is to spend one year as a postdoctoral researcher at UvA, continuing my research on rhythm and beat perception in the brain. I will be supervised by Dr. […]