How we tick makes us click: Taking human communication neuroscience of the lab
Suzanne Dikker's work merges cognitive neuroscience, performance art and education. She uses a 'crowdsourcing' neuroscience approach to bring human brain and behavior research out of the lab, into real-world, everyday situations, with the goal to characterize the brain basis of dynamic human social communication. As a senior research scientist at the Max Planck - NYU Center for Language, Music and Emotion (CLaME), affiliate research scientist at the Department of Clinical Psychology at VU Amsterdam, and member of the art/science collective OOSTRIK + DIKKER, Suzanne leads various research projects, including MindHive, a citizen science platform that supports community-based initiatives and student-teacher-scientist partnerships for human brain and behavior research.
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