The Center for Language and Brain studies brain and language connection using cutting-edge methods and technologies. We are interested in the speech of kids and adults, mono- and bilinguals, patients with various neurogenic speech disorders. In collaboration with worldwide renowned specialists, we organize open lectures and seminars. HSE students can write a term paper supervised by the lab members, undertake an internship in one of our projects or join the lab as research assistants to do some serious science.
The center was established on April 1, 2018 on the basis of the Neurolinguistics laboratory, which has worked at HSE since 2013 under the leadership of Olga Dragoy.
Since 2018, the Centre is supported by the RF Government grant № 14.641.31.0004.
From June 27 to 28, 2022, a Summer Neurolinguistic School was held, which is being held for the ninth time by the Center for Language and Brain of the Higher School of Economics. This year's topic was "Experimental studies of ethnic languages of Russia".
Vardan Arutiunian, a Junior Research Fellow at the Center for Language and Brain, defended his PhD thesis
Congratulations to Vardan on the successful defense of his PhD thesis!
The member of the Center for Language and Brain Vardan Arutiunian at the 10th International Conference on Autism (2022) in Moscow.
A new paper of the Center for Language and Brain, in collaboration with the National Medical and Surgical Center Named After N. I. Pirogov, is now published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
On the 16th of March, Nina Zdorova, a research assistant at the Center for Language and Brain, visited Letovo School as an invited speaker at the Spring Lingusitics School for 7 graders
Svetlana Dorofeeva made a talk at the first interdisciplinary workshop on Phonology and Dyslexia.
Research assistants of the Center for Language and Brain Speak participated at the ABC'21 Conference
On December 3, Research Assistants of the Center for Language and Brain - Militina Gomozova, Semen Kudriavtsev and Alina Minnigulova - made poster presentations at the ABC'21 conference: Language and Cognition in Typical and Atypical Development.
Svetlana Malyutina, Senior Research Fellow, Deputy Director of the Center for Language and Brain visited the Color Lab at the Smolensk State University.
On 24-27 November, Svetlana Malyutina, Senior Research Fellow, Deputy Director of the Center for Language and Brain gave lectures and discussed cooperation with the Smolensk State University laboratory.
Nina Zdorova published her new paper about reading development in Russian-speaking children in The Russian Journal of Cognitive Science (RJCS).