Yesterday (June 7th 2016) Peter Vuust appeared on the Danish television show Aftenshowet to talk about the curious case of earworms. During the interview he explained what happens in the brain, when we have an earworm, and made suggestions to how to get rid of them. Chewing gum is one of the solutions… Follow the
Applications are invited for PhD positions to join Center for Music in the Brain (MIB) investigating neurobiological foundations of music at Aarhus University (AU)
Comprehensive auditory discrimination profiles recorded with a fast parametric musical multi-feature mismatch negativity paradigm Clinical Neurophysiology 2016 Peter Vuust, Lari Liikala, Risto Näätänen, Pauli Brattico, Elvira Brattico
Read the paper here .
Mismatch negativity (MMN), a component of the auditory event-related potential (ERP) in response to auditory-expectancy violation, is sensitive to
Thursday Oct. 1st Peter Vuust talked about music as a treatment for depression, pain and Parkinson’s disease i the Danish Radio24syv. Find the podcast of the program on the following link at apx. 25:50.
Jespersen KV, Koenig J, Jennum P, Vuust P.: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2015,
In two weeks time, Aarhus will once again be filled with jazz for an entire week, when Aarhus Jazz Festival 2015 is launched takes place from Saturday July 11th to Saturday July 18th.
The official opening of the new Center for Music In the Brain will take place this Friday, June 5th 2015, with an event in Musikhuset Aarhus.
The new Center for Music In the Brain has 1 postdoc position and 4 PhD fellowships available at Aarhus University.
The successful applicants will work on a 3-year research project examining the neural correlates of music in healthy individuals and/or patient populations using MRI, functional MRI, EEG and MEG, and be carrying out scientific research
“Musical training and empathy positively impact adults’ sensitivity to infant distress”
CFIN researcher and head of the Music In the Brain research group, Peter Vuust has just received funding – up to DKK 52 mio – from The Danish National Research Foundation for a new Center of Excellence.