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.
- Congratulations to Esti Blanco-Elorrieta @BlancoElorrieta, a former Cognitive Neuropsychology Lab member, for making the @Forbes 30 Under 30 list in Science! We are so proud! #ForbesUnder30 t.co/QZ15Q6vILQ
- NEWS: t.co/vgFn3uNT77 One of our main collaborators, Alfonso Caramazza @cogneuropsylab @Harvard has an interesting study that "suggests that #blind and sighted experience #visualphenomena differently, but share a common understanding of them" #color #cognition t.co/uXA5D3MPic
- Lateralized cognitive functions in Parkinson’s patients: a behavioral ... t.co/hSNPhYdyLU
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.