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Tatiana V. Akhutina, Doctor of psychological sciences, Director, Laboratory of neuropsychology, Department of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Prof. Akhutina collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the language assessment battery development, projects "What memory does language need" and "Neuroplasticity of language".




 Giosue Baggio, Director, laboratory on study of language and brain, International Higher School of Advanced Studies SISSA (Italy).  Consults Center for Language and Brain members on the EEG data processing.
 

 

Mira B. Bergelson, doctor of philological sciences, co-worker, Division of linguistics and information technologies, Department of foreign languages and region studies, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Dr. Bergelson collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the project "Understanding logical-grammatical constructions". 




Marco Catani, the head of the neuroanatomy and tractography laboratory NATBRAINLAB, UK. Works with the Center for Language and Brain on the projects "Spatial relations in the language" and  "Role of white matter tracts in language processing".


 
Matteo Feurra, assistant professor at the Psychology Department, HSE. Works with us on projects where we employ transcranial magnetic and electric stimulation.



Stephanie Forkel, senior neuroimaging research scientist at the neuroanatomy and tractography laboratory NATBRAINLAB, UK. Works with Center for Language and Brain on the projects "Spatial relations in the language" and  "Role of white matter tracts in language processing ".




Evgeny Gutyrchikresearch fellow at Ludvig Maximillian University, Munich, Germany. Dr. Gutyrchik collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the projects: “Neuronal basis of instrumentality effect”.




Brooke Hallowell, professor, Director, Center for Language and Brain, Ohio State Univeristy. Prof. Hallowell collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the projects "What memory does language need" and "Interaction of language and memory".



Roeland Hancock, postdoctoral scholar at the UCSF School of Medicine, helps us with the project "Language lateralization and familial handedness".

 



Lena Jaeger, Ph.D. Division of psycho- and neurolinguistics, Department of cognitive sciences Potsdam University. Collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the eye-tracking projects.




Silvia Martínez-Ferreiro, research fellow in Groningen University, the Netherlands. She has received her PhD in cognitive sciences. Dr. Martinez-Ferreiro collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the project "Attrition of aspect contrapositions in aphasia and bilingualism".


Joe McInnes, assistant professor at the Psychology Department, HSE, consults us on eye-tracking experiments and computational modelling.

 



Dirk-Bart Den Ouden, Director, Center for Language and Brain, associate professor University of South Carolina. Coauthor of the paper "Processing Polarity: ERP Evidence for Differences between Positive and Negative Polarity".



Maria Polinsky, professor of linguistics, Harvard University. Prof. Polinsky collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the project of linguistic agreement.




Andrés Felipe Reyes, research fellow, Department of cognitive studies and associate professor, University El Bosce, Columbia. Prof. Reves collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the project "Attrition of aspect contrapositions in aphasia and bilingualism". 




Irina Sekerina, professor, Department of psychology, College of Staten Island, City University of New York. Prof. Sekerina collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the project “Linguistic analysis from the point of view of aphasic patients”.




Anastasia Ulicheva, graduate student at The University of Hong Kong, collaborates on the projects "What memory does language need", "Interaction of language and memory", and “Linguistic analysis from the point of view of aphasic patients”.




Shravan Vasishth, professor of linguistics, Director, Division of psycho- and neurolinguistics, Department of cognitive sciences, Potsdam University. Prof. Vasishth collaborates with Center for Language and Brain on the eye-tracking projects.

 

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