The Neurolinguistics Lab

The Neurolinguistics Lab at New York University is an interdisciplinary, interdepartmental laboratory centered around studying the mental structures and neural bases of human language, with a primary focus on syntactic and semantic processing.

The Neurolinguistics Lab works jointly with the Linguistics and Psychology departments at NYU, and is one of three research groups comprising the Neuroscience of Language Lab (NeLLab). Our primary technique to monitor brain activity is magnetoencephalography (MEG); our MEG system is housed in the KIT/NYU MEG Joint Research Lab in the NYU Psychology Department.

Principal Investigator: Dr. Liina Pylkkänen
Lab Manager: Amanda Kaczmarek