Internships

The BAND-Lab offers many student internships on a broad set of topics.
With us, past students have conducted Master and Bachelor thesis projects and Research Master elective studies.

If you are interested in joining us, please have a look at our current internships, or check the university webpage for active postings for projects in our lab. [See full list of past internships here]

Current Interns:

Elena Contreras Velez (MSc Neuropsychology – Thesis Project)
  • Project: “Auditory Verbal Hallucinatory proneness and Source Detection”
  • Research Topics / Skills: Psychometric analysis, pitch-perception, hallucination
  • Supervisors: Joseph Johnson
Dana Hermsen (MSc Neuropsychology – Thesis Project)
  • Project: “Formal and temporal predictions in dyslexia”
  • Research Topics / Skills: EEG data collection & analysis, prediction, dyslexia, timing
  • Supervisors: Alexandra Emmendorfer
Kobus Lample (MSc Neuropsychology – Thesis Project)
  • Project: NERHYMUS – The NEurobiology of RHYthm: effects of MUSical expertise on natural speech comprehension
  • Research Topics / Skills: TMS, Concurrent EEG-TMS, EEG data analysis
  • Supervisors: Katerina Kandylaki
Angelina Palaiokastriti (MSc Neuropsychology – Thesis Project)
  • Project: NERHYMUS – The NEurobiology of RHYthm: effects of MUSical expertise on natural speech comprehension
  • Research Topics / Skills: TMS, Concurrent EEG-TMS, EEG data analysis
  • Supervisors: Katerina Kandylaki
Anna Otta (MSc Neuropsychology – Thesis Project)
  • Project: NERHYMUS – The NEurobiology of RHYthm: effects of MUSical expertise on natural speech comprehension
  • Research Topics / Skills: Stimuli creation, participants recruitment, audio file modification, learning to use Audacity. Evaluating questionnaire results
  • Supervisors: Katerina Kandylaki
Mareike Dickopf (Bachelor of Psychology – Volunteer Assistant)
  • Project: NERHYMUS – The NEurobiology of RHYthm: effects of MUSical expertise on natural speech comprehension
  • Research Topics / Skills: Participants recruitment, audio file modification, learning to use Audacity. Evaluating questionnaire results
  • Supervisors: Katerina Kandylaki
Melanie Faltz (MSc Neuropsychology – Thesis Project)
  • Project: The influence of hallucination proneness on attention
  • Research Topics / Skills: EEG data collection, ERP analysis
  • Supervisors: Lisa Goller

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