dr. Suzanne Dikker
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Suzanne Dikker is affiliated as a research scientist with Prof. Dr. Jos van Berkum's group.

For her NWO VENI project "On the same wavelength: Does language make our minds oscillate in synchrony?", Dikker uses portable EEG (emotiv) to investigate the neural mechanisms that drive 'successful' linguistic interactions, with a focus on the relationship between predictive language processing and brain-to-brain synchronization between listeners, and between speakers and listeners.

Together with media artist Matthias Oostrik and other collaborators from both the sciences and the arts she further conducts a series of crowd-sourcing neuroscience experiments / interactive brain installations that investigate the role of brainwave synchronization between two or more people in successful communication. These experiments/installations are executed outside of traditional laboratory settings, such as schools and museums (e.g. the American Museum of Natural History, the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Eye Institute Amsterdam). 

After completing her PhD in Linguistics at New York University, Suzanne received postdoctoral training at the Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology and New York University. She further curates the Annual Watermill Art & Science: Insights into Consciousness Workshop. 

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cognitive neuroscience
education research
interactive media
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I am also a research scientist affillated with New York University, Department of Psychology

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