Neurolinguistics Lab

Welcome to the Neurolinguistics Lab!

Neurolinguistics is the study of how the brain processes language. Investigating the production, comprehension and acquisition of language on the interface of neurology and linguistics, neurolinguists draw on a variety of techniques to get to the neural mechanisms behind questions such as "Where in my brain are all my words stored? And why do words sometimes fail me? How is it that some stroke patients can't talk anymore but are able to sing?"

Find out more about the members of our team, recent and previous projects and the methods we use in our studies, such as EEG or fMRI.

We are always looking for participants for our experiments!

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Arne Nagels

Ansprechpartnerin: Miriam Riedinger

Johannes Gutenberg-Universität
Neurolinguistics Lab
FB 05, Department of English and Linguistics
General Linguistics
Kantstraße 2

55122 Mainz

Telefon: +49 6131-39-36244
Lageplan BKM-Gebäude

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