Michael Hove, Ph.D.

Dr. Hove is a cognitive neuroscientist interested in timing, rhythm, and large-scale neural integration. Michael received his Ph.D. in Psychology from Cornell University. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences and a Fulbright Fellow in Tokyo. Dr. Hove is currently an instructor at the Harvard Medical School. His research seeks to understand the brain networks that enable precise integration of perception and action, and to develop applications of rhythmic stimulation. He investigates timing and rhythm using many behavioral and cognitive neuroscience methods, including response timing, motion capture, fMRI, EEG, and TMS. His research examines timing in areas such as music, interpersonal synchrony, Parkinson’s gait rehabilitation, absorption and trance, and attention and ADHD. He is currently examining timing, motor, and postural performance in ADHD and their relation to cortico-cerebellar structure and functional connectivity.

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