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WS2018/19

Lecture series: Language and Music in Cognition (Programm)
(Donnerstags 16:00-17:30, Musiksaal des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Introduction to EEG data analysis for music and language cognition research
Dr. Clemens Maidhof
(30. Nov, 01. Dez, 14. Dez, 15. Dez, 10:00-17:00, RRZK 133 Kursraum 1)

Comparative research on language and music: Neurocognitive models
Rie Asano
(Mittwochs 12:00-13:30, Alter Seminarraum des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Evolution of language and music: Computational evolutionary neuroscience
Rie Asano
(Freitags 14:00-15:30, Alter Seminarraum des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Computational Musicology
Sebastian Klassmann
(Montags 12:00-13:30, Alter Seminarraum des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Empirisches Arbeiten in der Sprachforschung: Untersuchungsdesign und Statistik
Prof. Martina Penke
(Freitags 12:00-13:30, 906 Seminarraum S183)

Computational Music Cognition
Prof. Uwe Seifert
(Dienstags 16:00-17:30, Alter Seminarraum des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Critical Thinking
Prof. Uwe Seifert
(Donnerstags 12:00-13:30, Alter Seminarraum des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Evolution of Music and Music-Readiness
Prof. Uwe Seifert
(Dienstags 14:00-15:30, Alter Seminarraum des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Elementare Statistik für Musikwissenschaft: Einführung in grundlegende Konzepte und R
Timo Varelmann
(Dienstags 12:00-13:30, Musiksaal des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Sprache und Kognition
Dr. Sarah Verlage
(Freitags 10:00-11:30, 211 Seminarraum S102)

Program of the lecture series

2018-10-11
Rie Asano (University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany)
Introduction

2018-10-18 (Abstract)
Jasmin Pfeifer (University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Heinrich-Heine-University, Düsseldorf)
Thank you for the Music - or not?!

2018-10-25 (Abstract)
Yuki Asano (University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany)
Mental representations and the processing of prosody across languages, across speech and non-speech

2018-11-08 (Abstract)
Elliot Murphy (University College London, London, UK)
An oscillatory account of musical and linguistic rhythm

2018-11-15
Sarah Verlage (University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany)
When language meets number: Quantifier knowledge in typically and atypically developing children

2018-11-22
Workshop
Neuroscientific methods in language and music cognition research

2018-11-29
Maren Schmidt-Kassow (Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany)
The power of rhythm: how rhythmic motor activity affects attention allocation and long-term memory

2018-12-06
Christian Kell (Goethe-University, Frankfurt, Germany)
Why does the left brain excel in speech production and dexterity? On time processing and hierarchical binding

2018-12-13
Hedde Zeijlstra (Georg-August-University, Göttingen, Germany)
Merge and movement in language and music

2018-12-20
Volker Struckmeier (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany)
Parallel structures in language and music: How robust are they?

2019-01-10
Doris Mücke & Rie Asano (University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany)
Motor control and timing in speech and music: Perspectives from neural disorders

2019-01-17
Sebastian Klaßmann, Timo Varelmann, Nils Dahmen, Uwe Seifert (University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany)
Jupyter Notebook as experiential-learning environment for cognitive and computational musicology

2019-01-24
Rie Asano (University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany)
Conclusion

SS2018

Structure in Human Language Syntax – and other Cognitive Domains
PD Dr. Volker Struckmeier
(Monntags 12:00-13:30, 106 Seminarraum S26)

Motor control and timing in speech and music: Perspectives from neural disorders
PD Dr. Doris Mücke & Rie Asano
(Mittwochs 12:00-13:30, Alter Seminarraum des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

Music-Readiness II: Musik, Sprache und Evolution
Prof. Dr. Uwe Seifert
(Mittwochs 12:00-13:30, Neuer Seminarraum at the Institute of Musicology)

Computational Musicology: eine Einführung mit Jupyter
Sebastian Klassmann & Timo Varelmann

Empirical methods in language and music cognition research: Introduction to experimental work with EEG
Dr. Clemens Maidhof & Rie Asano
(8-9 and 29-30 Juni, Alter Seminarraum & Systematischer Arbeitsraum des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)

WS2017/18

Vortragsreihe: Introduction to language, music, and cognition
(Donnerstags 18:00-19:30; Seminargebäude S21)

Grundlagenseminar: Introduction to EEG research methods and data analysis
Dr. Clemens Maidhof & Rie Asano
(Blockseminar 01.12.2017, 15.12.2017 und 16.12.2017; RRZK Kursraum)

Praxisseminar: Praatprogrammierung
Prof. Aria Adli & Roman Pfeifer
(Montags 17:45-19:15 + Blockseminar 11.11.2017 und 09.12.2017; Philosophikum S85 und 1.307)

Statistische Methoden der Datenanalyse in R - eine Einführung
Timo Varelmann
(Dienstags 12:00-13:30; Alter Seminarraum, Musikwissenschaftliches Institut)

Agentenbasierte Modellierung in Sprache und Musik II: Vertiefung
Prof. Aria Adli & Prof. Uwe Seifert
(Blockseminar 10.10.2017, 21.10.2017, 18.11.2017, 02.12.2017; Alter Seminarraum)

Programm der Vortragsreihe

2017-10-19
"Introduction"
Rie Asano (Musicology, University of Cologne, Germany)
2017-10-26
"Recursive Hierarchical Embedding in the Visual, Motor and Musical Domains"
Mauricio Martins (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany)
2017-11-02
"Children's acquisition of music terminology"
Sarah Verlage (Special Education and Rehabilitation, University of Cologne, Germany)
2017-11-16   
"Neurolinguistik"
Markus Philipp (German language and literature, University of Cologne, Germany)
2017-11-23
"Tiefenhirnstimulation und Sprechmotorik" ("Deep Brain Stimulation and Speech Motor Control")
Doris Mücke (Linguistics/Phonetics, University of Cologne, Germany)
2017-11-30
"Worauf achtet unser Gehirn? Aufmerksamkeit und die Rolle von Vorhersagbarkeit aus Sicht der Neurowissenschaften"
Simone Vossel (Neuropsychology, University of Cologne, Germany)
2017-12-07
"Intonation and the Autism Spectrum"
Martine Grice (Linguistics/Phonetics, University of Cologne, Germany)
2017-12-14
"Neural correlates of music performance: from motor control to improvisation during music therapy"
Clemens Maidhof (School of Performance, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK)
2018-01-08
"What is language? And why (oh why) do we need grammars?"
Volker Struckmeier (English Study, University of Cologne, Germany)
2018-01-18
"Syntax in Language and Music"
Rie Asano
2018-01-25
"Language Development"
Martina Penke
2018-02-01
"CRUM-BS – Viel Lärm um nichts? Kognitionswissenschaft und Musikwissenschaft"
Uwe Seifert