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. […]
On June 10th, the VPRO radio show Nooit Meer Slapen broadcasted an interview by Botte Jellema with me and his brother, percussionist Haye Jellema. Listen to the entire interview below.
BNR Nieuwsradio reported (in Dutch) about my research in both an article and a radio item on June 1st. Listen to the radio item below, or on the BNR website.
Surrounding my PhD defense on June 8, 2016, my research was highlighted on the homepage of the University of Amsterdam.
My dissertation is finished and available for download here. I will publicly defend my dissertation on Wednesday, June 8th, at 11.00 h in the Aula of the University of Amsterdam. The defense ceremony is a public event, which anyone interested is very welcome to attend! Have a look what my dissertation is about under dissertation. On the afternoon […]
Surrounding the festive event of my defense, we will organise a workshop on beat perception and temporal predictions. You are cordially invited to join us for an afternoon of inspiring talks about these topics. Confirmed speakers include Dr. Jessica Grahn, Prof. Dr. Henkjan Honing, Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz, Prof. Dr. István Winkler, and Dr. Rebecca Schaefer. The workshop will take place on […]
F.L. Bouwer, J.A. Burgoyne, D. Odijk, H.Honing, & J.A. Grahn (under review). 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 […]
F.L. Bouwer, C.M. Werner, M. Knetemann, & H. Honing (2016). Disentangling beat perception from sequential learning and examining the influence of attention and musical abilities on ERP responses to rhythm Beat perception is the ability to perceive temporal regularity in musical rhythm. When a beat is perceived, predictions about upcoming events can be generated. These […]
[:en]Following the release of the Clapping Music App, which was designed by researchers from Queen Mary University in London, I was asked to appear in RTL Editie NL to talk about beat perception. See the full item here.[:nl]Naar aanleiding van het uitkomen van de Clapping Music App, die ontwikkeld is door wetenschappers van Queen Mary University in Londen, […]
[:en] F.L. Bouwer & H. Honing (2015). Temporal attending and prediction influence the perception of metrical rhythm: evidence from reaction times and ERPs. The processing of rhythmic events in music is influenced by the induced metrical structure. Two mechanisms underlying this may be temporal attending and temporal prediction. Temporal fluctuations in attentional resources may influence […]