Miriam Oschkinat, Ph.D.
I am a Phonetician from Berlin/ Munich with a Ph.D. in Phonetics and Speech Processing and a background in Music and German studies. In my research, I am interested in the interplay between feedback and feedforward mechanisms in speech and music production. With (temporal) auditory feedback perturbation, we probe the role of auditory feedback for establishing motor representations in different domains. We are particularly interested in timing mechanisms and investigate individuals’ rhythmic and perceptual abilities in relation to their stability in producing speech and music sequences precisely. With these investigations, we want to shed light on how timing is planned and controlled and how individual differences in auditory or motor abilities shape these mechanisms.
Affiliation: Dr. S. Falk Lab
University: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München