Kategoriarkiv: Blandat

Fredrik Ullén

Publicerat Blandat

Fredrik Ullén is Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, since 2010. His research focuses on the neuropsychology of expertise and creativity, i.e. the various brain mechanisms that allow us to perform at a very high level within a specific field, using music as a model domain. Methodologically his team combines neuroimaging with experimental psychology and… Läs vidare

Program 2016-2017

Publicerat Blandat

Det är med stor glädje som vi kan presentera programmet för hösten och vintern 2016-2017. Först ut är professor Stefan Koelsch, musikpsykologi vid Universitetet i Bergen, Norge, som kommer till Andreas Vesalius (Berzelius väg 3, Karolinska Institutet) den 10 november kl 15:00. Han kommer att tala om musiken som något som finns i alla mänskliga samhällen och som har förmågan… Läs vidare

Lovord i pressen för nya skivor från Fredrik Ullén

Publicerat Blandat

  Fredrik Ullén, internationellt erkänd pianist och professor i kognitiv neurovetenskap vid Karolinska Institutet, får strålande kritik för sin inspelning av John Pickards pianokonsert. Ledande musiktidskriften Gramophone skriver i sitt aprilnummer: ”John Pickard’s coruscating concerto was premiered by Andreas Boyde in Dresden 2000. On this record Swedish virtuoso Fredrik Ullen sails through the formidable difficulties with amazing élan, supported expertly… Läs vidare

Minisymposia Jan 25-26 (OBS, new dates): Music and Mind. With Mari Tervaniemi, Peter Wuust and Fredrik Ullén

Publicerat Blandat

In January 20-21 we organise a minisymposia in Stockholm with three leading nordic scientists in the field of Music and Mind. The minisymposia will be a part of the Culture and Brain series, but open to anyone interested in the field. Mari Tervaniemi is researcher at Institute of Behavioural Sciences at University of Helsinki. Her current research is focused at investigating… Läs vidare

Töres Theorell: Quantitative and Qualitative Aspects of Culture Health Research

Publicerat Blandat, Earlier lectures, Föreläsningsserien den kulturella hjärnan

On November 11th, professor Töres Theorell gave a lecture in the ”Culture and Health”-series ”Quantitative and Qualitative Aspects of Culture Health Research”. He pointed out that qualitative studies are important for generation of hypothesis and insight into processes and not outspoken intentions. Quantitative studies help to confirm or refute proposed effects, and