Anne studied Psychology at TU Berlin and did her PhD at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive & Brain Sciences in Leipzig, Germany. Coming from a background of infant research in her early academic years, Anne decided to change gears slightly. These days she dedicates her time to a deeper understanding of rhythmic brain activity with a particular focus on speech, music, and rhythm processing.
Christian studied Psychology at U Leipzig and decided to stay there for his PhD. Being brought up (scientifically) in a world of flicker, Christian remains interested in how the visual system deals with ongoing dynamic stimulation. He also undertakes frequent excursions into the realms of multisensory processing, intrinsic brain rhythms and, most recently, relations between brain- and other bodily rhythms.
After 5 years of working at the Institute of Neuroscience & Psychology, University of Glasgow, Anne started her Lectureship in Psychology at the University of Dundee in early 2019. Christian has joined the faculty of the University of Stirling as a Lecturer in Psychology in summer 2019.
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