Research in the Cognitive Neuropsychology Laboratory is currently aimed at understanding the functional and neural architecture associated with several cognitive systems including language processing, objects processing, and conceptual representations. We use several experimental approaches to study the ways in which the brain represents and accesses knowledge about the meaning of words and pictures.
- Great new article from @gcaedwards and @BattelliLorella in @FrontPsychol !! t.co/iu2kH6MkqB
- Harvard Gazette writer Peter Reuell interviewed Alfonso Caramazza on how the blind think of colors and rainbows, what can (and cannot) be learned from our recent work: t.co/TlTzPFEMLg
- Making sense of how the blind ‘see’ color: Harvard Gazette piece on new work from @StriemAmit, Alfonso Caramazza @PsychHarvard & colleagues t.co/OCFX2SN9SM via @Harvard
Research opportunities are available for students interested in gaining experience in behavioral, neuropsychological, and brain imaging research methods. If you are interested please contact Alfonso at firstname.lastname@example.org.