Hans Rutger Bosker is Assistant Professor at the Donders Center for Cognition [DCC], part of the Donders Institute at Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. He leads the Speech Perception in Audiovisual Communication [SPEAC] research group, funded by the ERC Starting Grant ‘HearingHands’  that started in September 2022. This research grant investigates the contribution of simple up-and-down hand movements (‘beat gestures’) to audiovisual speech perception. Hans Rutger Bosker is also Senior Investigator at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen.
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-2628-7738.
Wondering how to pronounce my name? I have a double first name “Hans Rutger” (no hyphen), “Bosker” is the surname. It’s pronounced /ɦɑns ˈʀʏt.xəɹ ˈbɔs.kəɹ/ in Dutch but for the less phonetically savvy among us, here’s Google pronouncing my name (with rather depressed prosody). But feel free to simply call me “Hans”.
PhD in Psycholinguistics, 2014
Utrecht University, *with distinction*
MA in Linguistics, 2010
Leiden University, *with distinction*
BA in Linguistics, 2008