Charles S. Wasserman
Department of Psychology, University of Connecticut
Music Dynamics Laboratory- University of Connecicut.
Current Researches and Interests:
I am pursuing my Ph.D. in Psychology with a concentration in Language & Cognition. My current research in the Music Dynamics Lab focuses on experimental testing of Neural Resonance Theory including neural entrainment/synchronization to complex rhythms by analyzing steady-state and frequency following responses to these rhythms using electroencephalography (EEG). I am also interested in neural population coding of statistical elements of sound, and how biofeedback/neurofeedback techniques could be used to manipulate/enhance auditory perception and processing.
Awards and Recognitions:
NSF IGERT Fellow
Wasserman, C., & Segool, N. (2013). Working in and with noise: The impact of audio environment on attention. Journal of Neurotherapy, 17(4), 203-212.