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Investigating interpersonal sensorimotor synchronization and empathy.
Authors: Nowicki, Lena; Keller, Peter E.; Prinz, Wolfgang
(Start) Date of Event
(YYYY-MM-DD):
 2008-06-25
Name of Conference/Meeting: The Neurosciences and Music
Document Type: Poster
ID: 391827.0
The influence of another's actions on one's own synchronization with music
Authors: Nowicki, Lena; Keller, Peter E.; Prinz, Wolfgang
(Start) Date of Event
(YYYY-MM-DD):
 2007-08-29
Name of Conference/Meeting: 15th Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP)
Document Type: Poster
ID: 392048.0
The influence of another’s actions on one's own synchronization with music
Authors: Nowicki, Lena; Keller, Peter E.; Prinz, Wolfgang
(Start) Date of Event
(YYYY-MM-DD):
 2007-06-21
Name of Conference/Meeting: Workshop on Music and the Brain
Document Type: Poster
ID: 392047.0
Psychophysiological correlates of emotions elicited by nonhuman sounds
Authors: Nowicki, Lena; Sammler, Daniela; Koelsch, Stefan
(Start) Date of Event
(YYYY-MM-DD):
 2007-03-26
Name of Conference/Meeting: 49. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP)
Document Type: Poster
ID: 392049.0
Psychophysiologische Korrelate von Emotionen bei akustischer Stimulation.
Authors: Nowicki, Lena
Date of Approval (YYYY-MM-DD): 2005-01-01
Name of University: Universität Leipzig, Germany
Document Type: Thesis
ID: 391788.0
Psychophysiologische Korrelate von Emotionen bei akustischer Stimulation
Authors: Nowicki, Lena
Type of Thesis (e.g.Diploma): diplom
Date of Approval (YYYY-MM-DD): 2005
Name of University: University of Leipzig
Place of University: Leipzig
Document Type: Thesis
ID: 268874.0
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