Neuroscience of Language Lab (NeLLab) brings together three complementary research programs in the cognitive neuroscience of language. We aim to integrate linguistics and neurobiology in an effort to uncover the neural bases of language comprehension and production. Our interdisciplinary research group addresses this complex problem starting from the basic level of sound (Poeppel), through the processing of words (Marantz), to the construction and interpretation of sentences (Pylkkänen). Our team members are among the pioneers of the field on both a theoretical and an experimental level. Research is conducted at the KIT/NYU MEG Joint Research Lab at NYU, and at its sister facility at NYU Abu Dhabi.
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