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Seed Funded projects 2020 - May session

Presentation of studies and results from projects that received a Seed Funding grant in 2020

2021.02.17 | Anne-Mette Pedersen

Date Tue 04 May
Time 11:00 13:00
Location Zoom meeting ID 563 610 6271


Christian Truelsen Elbæk, PhD Student, Department of Management 

Abstract: Will follow soon



Ada Marie Barone, Postdoc, Department of Management 

Abstract: Will follow soon


The Other Pathway 

Ole Adrian Heggli, Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Medicine, Center for Music in the Brain 

Abstract: When performing music together one needs to continuously and reciprocally adjust movements to each other. In simplified joint music making paradigms, such as finger tapping, previous studies consistently show that interacting dyads use different synchronization strategies. These strategies are defined not by measures of synchronization, but rather by the flow of adaptation between interacting people. We have previously identified processes of self-other integration and segregation as the underpinnings of these strategies. In this project we aimed to quantify differences in the neural processing of self- and other-related information in rhythmic joint action. As the COVID19 pandemic is still hindering data collection this presentation will cover the theoretical framework and technical implementation of our experiment.