New paper by Maximilian Marschner, David Dignath, and Günther Knoblich out in Cognition

April 9, 2024

Co-actors represent joint actions on a group level

In their latest publication, Maximilian Marschner, David Dignath and Günther Knoblich find new evidence that people represent joint actions from a group-level perspective. Co-actors view joint action outcomes as a result of their group-level performance, rather than their individual efforts alone.


Natalie Sebanz and Thomas Wolf awarded an ERC Proof of Concept Grant

February 8, 2022

Making music together while being apart

Natalie Sebanz and Thomas Wolf have been awarded an ERC Proof of Concept grant for their project Training Alone to Play Together App (TAPTAPP)They are developing an app that will allow musicians to improve their coordination with others while being physically apart. 

The ERC Funding will be 150.000€ over 18 months. 

Budapest Lab closed down permanently

January 3, 2022

We'd like to let you know that on January 1st the Somby Lab in Budapest has closed down for good, and we will continue our operations in Vienna. 

New York Times interview with Natalie Sebanz: How to get in sync with someone

December 1, 2020

We are happy to share that the NY Times has interviewed Prof. Natalie Sebanz about the findings of one of our studies. Click here to read the interview and learn more about how to get in sync with someone.

The interview was based on this publication:

SOMBY Lab in Vienna

October 28, 2020

The SOMBY Lab has opened laboratories at CEU's new Vienna location (Quellenstrasse 51, Wien AT 1100).