Neurolinguistics is a discipline that applies methods of neuroscience to language; in other words, it studies the complex relationship between language and brain. We use fMRI, ERP, TMS and tDCS to find out where, when and how the linguistic information is processed in the brain. Below you can see some of our major neurolinguistic projects that focus on neurologically healthy adult monolingual brains.
Effects of familial handedness on language lateralization in the brain
The effect of transcranial direct current stimulation on language processing in healthy individuals
The Role of Frontal Cortex in Object and Action Naming: A TMS Study
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