Joined Lab in October 2015 as an intern with Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz and began her PhD in January 2017
“I predict, therefore I do not hallucinate: a new protocol for testing the neurocognitive underpinnings of auditory hallucinations“
Joined Lab in 2015 as a research assistant with Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz and Dr. Michel Belyk and began PhD in 2016
“When prediction errs: Examining the brain dynamics of altered saliency in self-voice perception”
Joined Lab in 2016 as an student assistant, and continued her research masters internship (R.MSc. Thesis Project) with Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz. She began her PhD in 2017.
“Predictions and cross-modal transformations in spoken and written language skills”
Joined Lab in 2016 as an intern (R.MSc. Thesis Project) with Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz and Dr. Michel Belyk, and began PhD in 2017
“Sensory gating and executive control: two sides of the same coin in voice hearing?”
Joined Lab in 2019 with Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz as internal supervisor of his R.MSc. Thesis Project. Began PhD in 2020.
“Motor-auditory oscillatory coupling in human beat- and rhythm-perception”
Joined Lab in 2019 with Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz as internal supervisor of her R.MSc. Thesis Project. Began PhD in 2020.
“Contributions of the medial geniculate nucleus to auditory sensory gating in tinnitus patients”
Joined Lab in November 2019 as an intern with Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz and began her PhD in January 2021.
“Assessing aberrant brain state dynamics in hallucination-prone individuals using Hidden semi-Markov Models“
External PhD researchers
Started PhD in 2019 at the Max Planck Institute of Empirical Aesthetics in Frankfurt under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Sonja Kotz, Melanie Wald-Fuhrman, and Julia Merrill.
“Neural, physiological, and aesthetic responses during naturalistic music listening in ecological contexts“