Predicting the natural rhythms of speech and music (Keith Doelling, Institute de L'Audition)
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Dr. Keith Doelling
The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquium Series welcomes Dr. Keith Doelling from Institute de L'Audition Keith Doelling is a Postdoctoral Associate in David Poeppel´s lab at the Department of Psychology, New York University. He received his Bachelors' Degree at Harvard University (2011), and a PhD in Psychology: Cognition & Perception at New York University in 2018. His research interests are on the temporal dynamics of processing speech and music. In particular, he focuses primarily on the role of neural oscillations and their capacity to support basic functions such as segmentation, temporal prediction and attention. He will be presenting his talk titled, 'Predicting the natural rhythms of speech and music'.
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