- Temporal prediction
- Perception of rhythm
- Neural entrainment
My PhD project is a part of the research project The neural basis of temporal prediction. My aim is to understand the neural mechanisms underlying temporal prediction and perception of rhythm. I am studying these mechanisms by combining EEG and behavioural experiments.
The ability of temporal prediction optimises perception and goal-directed behaviour, and rhythms and regularities are important predictive cues in our surroundings. Neural oscillations in the brain entrain to rhythms in the environment, and I am interested in a better understanding of the predictive role of this mechanism.
In my ongoing project, I am studying the role of regularity in order to find out whether there are shared or separate neural mechanisms underlying prediction based on periodic and aperiodic rhythms.
- Acoustic consultant, Brekke & Strand Akustikk AS
- MSc in Engineering Acoustics, Technical University of Denmark
Master's thesis: Auditory frequency tagging for attention controlled brain-computer interface
- BSc in Cognitive Psychology, University of Oslo
- BSc in Musicology and Music Technology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology