The Brain and Language Lab aims at better understanding the brain functional and structural bases of auditory encoding, of speech and language, and of language-learning.

 Our team comprises cognitive neuroscientists, linguists and engineers: we strongly believe in multidisciplinary research and in building bridges across disciplines to advance knowledge.

We use behavioural, functional and structural brain imaging methods to study auditory, phonetic, and lexical processing, extending to multilingualism and to dyslexia, and to domain-general processes that modulate and are modulated by language processing and expertise.

‼️📰🗨️🧠Our work on language typology in multilingual children is JUST OUT in Scientific Reports: https://rdcu.be/c4IWQ @FumikoHoeft @RebeccaAMarks @LeoZekel @stephanie_haft ‼️ https://twitter.com/olgakepinska/status/1515000456120000519

📢📢Nous recrutons des personnes diagnostiquées dyslexiques pour notre étude❗️❗️❗️

Si vous désirez participer, contactez-nous par émail : dyslexiastudy@brainandlanguagelab.org
ou contactez @irene_balboni et/ou @alessandra_ramp

‘Campus Junior’ issue about language, the brain and communication in non-human species (for 8-12 year olds, in French):
https://www.unige.ch/campusjunior/files/6116/7000/5521/Maquette_CJ33_Web.pdf

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