Andreas Lind receives grant from The Crafoord Foundation
By 21 - Published 27 June 2017
Andreas Lind has received SEK 250 000 from the Crafoord Foundation. The money will be used to continue developing the research tool Real-time Speech Exchange, which allows the researcher to manipulate test participants’ auditory feedback so that they hear themselves saying something other than what they are actually saying.
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