Events of the Research Group Neurocognition of Music and Language

Tag für die Musik – Besucherführungen am MPIEA

Grundlagenforschung rund um Musik: Das MPIEA öffnet seine Türen. Eine Veranstaltung im Rahmen des hessenweiten Tags für die Musik.

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Studium Musicale

Knowing and listening - today on the topic of "Music and Language".

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Science Slam with Music

Katarzyna Gugnowska talks at the Brain Awareness Week.

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Do-re-mi DNA: The biological bases of music

A socialBRIDGES e-conference to bridge physical and interdisciplinary gaps

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Is there a perfect song?

In arte's new knowledge series "42", Daniela Sammler talks about what makes a perfect song.

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Neural interfaces of music and language

Daniela Sammler explains the connections between music and language in the brain at the 10th symposium "Singing - Moving - Speaking".

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Die Kraft der Klänge – Musik als Medizin

Wie verändert Musik unser Gehirn? Daniela Sammler im Interview zum Thema auf 3sat (ab Minute 8:30).

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Katarzyna Gugnowska and Natalie Kohler present their work

on piano duos at The Neuroscience and Music VII conference

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Tag für die Literatur und die Musik

Schalten Sie ein zu unserem Live-Programm zu spannenden Forschungsthemen.

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Daniela Sammler is keynote speaker …

at the 15th International Symposium on Cognition and Musical Arts (SIMCAM 15) at Federal University of Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

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Growing Up in Academia with Daniela Sammler

The French Connection

What does it mean to be a scientist or scholar? “Growing up in Academia” is a conversation series with academics at different stages of their careers focusing on the sometimes short, sometimes long and winding roads behind the “official CV”. On Monday, February 22, 2021, Growing Up in Academia features Daniela Sammler, Research Group Leader Neurocognition of Music and Language at our Institute (MPI for Empirical Aesthetics).

Hosted and presented by Lucia Melloni Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics. The online application for this event is Zoom Webinar.

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