The Neurolinguistics Lab 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.
On March, 18 HSE launched a new project called Research Battles. Our lab member Tatiana Bolgina, a 4-th year student from Linguistics, took part in the first battle of the season.
Neurolinguistics lab launched a new collaboration project together with the speech therapy center Children's Academy of Speech, which provides intervention and treatment for children with language-learning difficulties or delays in cognitive and behavioural development.
Tatiana Bolgina at the Fifth conference-school "Problems of language: young researchers' perspective"
The conference is held at the Institute of Linguistics and covers a broad range of topics in the areas of linguistics, psycholinguistics and neurolinguistic research.
Congratulations to Valeriya Tolkacheva and Anastasiya Kobseva on the admission to the Master Program!
The program Erasmus+ is a great opportunuty for those who dream to become a qualified specialist in the field of clinical linguistics
In 2017, we expect neurolinguisitcs to continue developing such applications as standardized tests for speech deficiencies. Furthermore, there should be further joint work among neurolinguists and surgeons, as well as new emerging neurolinguistics-oriented therapeutic studies with the application of various neurovisualizational methods.
Congratulations to Valeriya Tolkacheva on a victory in the nomination "Silver Nestling" of the "Golden HSE award"!
Silver Nestling prize is awarded for outstanding achievements in studies and research, interesting papers, a proactive attitude, and achievements in self-development.
Neurolinguistics laboratory held an open science lecture "Aphasia: speech disorders in brain damage". The lecture was intended for everyone and did not require prior knowledge.