COGNITIVE NEUROIMAGING LAB
Neuroimaging of Human Cognitive Architectures
Directed by Stanislas Dehaene, Professor at Collège de France
We analyze, in the healthy subject, the architecture of cerebral networks involved in cognitive functions that are particularly developed in humans, including syntax in the linguistic and mathematical domains, access to consciousness, and introspection
Neuroimaging of Language and Symbols
Directed by Christophe Pallier, DR CNRS
We analyze the neural bases of language and symbol processing, including the semantic processing of words and numbers.
Neuroimaging of Development
Directed by Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz, DR1 CNRS
We examine human cognitive development in infants and children, both at the structural and functional levels, and to develop new imaging techniques adapted to human infants.
Directed by Virginie van Wassenhove, CEA
We evaluate the processing of multisensory information, its temporal organization and particularly the representation of temporal information in the human brain, using magnetoencephalography (MEG) as a principal method.
Directed by Béchir Jarraya, Professor at University of Versailles Paris Saclay
We analyze the primate brain functions, and evaluate their modulation by pharmacological agents or electrical neurostimulations.
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