Temple University Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory


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Welcome to the website of the Temple University Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory!
The laboratory is located on the main campus of Temple University in Philadelphia and is part of the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. As the name implies, the lab's activities are concerned with understanding the neural processes involved in thinking, remembering, imagining, and learning. We are particularly interested in these explorations as they relate to advancing our knowledge of the nature and basis of neurogenic language disorders in children and adults. The lab employs a variety of methods such as electroencephalography (EEG), event-related potentials (ERPs), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and behavioral measures to learn about the underlying processes involved in language so that we may better understand how to rehabilitate language impairments or facilitate language learning.