Laboratory of

At the moment our research is focused on three areas:
– investigating neural mechanisms of explicit and implicit language learning using high-density electroencephalography (EEG) and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS);
– investigating the processes of learning new word forms for abstract and concrete concepts using high-density EEG and tDCS;
– investigating the processes of instant language acquisition in pre-school children using high-density EEG.

Laboratory of

Laboratory of Behavioral Neurodynamics conducts research in the field of Cognitive neurobiology of learning and language perception processes. The project is aimed at implementing a large-scale research program on the study of neurocognitive foundations of language and science.
Our goals are to expand at this point in this field of ideas and to clarify the nature of neuroplastic changes that almost instantly arise in response to the presentation of new speech stimuli in the process of their development by children and adults.

Our grants:
Cognitive neuroscience of learning and language comprehension. Mega-grants of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 14.W03.31.0010. 

Dynamics of mental representations: neural underpinnings of build-up, modification and decomposition of concepts and non-invasive neuromodulation of these processes. The RFBR grant No. 19-313-51016\19.

Neurophysiological and psychological correlates of concrete and abstract concepts acquisition. The RFBR grant No. 19-313-90003\19.

IBRAIN. Integrated Track in Brain and Cognitive Sciences. The Erasmus+ CBHE No. 610458-EPP-1-2019-1-FR-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP.

Learning on the move: Role of the motor cortex in the semantic acquisition of novel vocabulary. the President of the Russian Federation Grants Council (МК-2021.2021.2)

The role of emotional regulation in multisensory integration of verbal and nonverbal information: psychological and psychophysiological aspects. The RSF grant No. 22-28-01020.

Principles of semantic categorisation of ambiguous information. The RSF grant No. 22-28-01265.

Verbal labeling in the semantic acquisition of novel vocabulary: Effects of fast mapping and explicit encoding. The RSF grant No. 22-28-01040.

Our project was set up in 2017 and initially scheduled for three years. In the end of 2019, on the basis of the results of a multiple-stage expert evaluation that we successfully passed, the Government of the Russian Federation has made a decision to extend the project duration until 2021.
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