Lab & description
When and where
|Would you consider, if the fit was right having a McNair/LSAMP Scholar in your lab and being a McNair Mentor (yes or no)|
|Aphasia Rehab Lab
We discuss the optimization of aphasia rehabilitation and neural correlates of change.
|Mondays, at 2:00
We discuss neuroimaging methods, cognitive and literacy development and dyslexia (brainLENS.org).
BOUS 135 (Currently virtual; resume in-person later)
Zoom call (link upon request)
grad and postdoc lab meetings
|Tuesdays, 2:00 pm / Thursdays, 3:30 pm
|McCoach Lab||Wednesdays, 3:15 pm
|Network science approaches to human lexical knowledge
This team is applying tools of network science to the structure of lexicons of natural languages.
|Thursdays, 1:00 pm
|Computational Cognitive Neuroscience Lab (Jim Magnuson & Christian Brodbeck)
We discuss psycholinguistics, cognitive neuroscience, and computational modeling.
|Cognitive and Neural Representations of Concepts and Events
The WORK meeting – Words, Objects, and the Representation of Knowledge. We talk about the cognitive and neural bases of concepts/semantic memory, events/episodic memory, and related topics in psycholinguistics and cognitive neuroscience. This is a joint lab meeting with Dr. Gerry Altmann’s lab.
|Mondays, 2 pm
|Autism and Language
Our lab investigates social communication in autism spectrum disorder (ASD), linking this complex behavior to mechanistic brain processes and to genetic factors.
|Wednesdays, 2:15 pm
|Language and Brain Lab (Emily Myers, PI) Lab Meeting
We discuss speech perception, language learning, and cognitive neuroscience, especially the use of neuroimaging techniques to study language processing.
|Tuesdays, 11:00 AM (Fall 2021 Semester)
BIRC Conference Room, PCSB
|Sheya Lab Meeting||Fridays, 11 am
|Auditory Brain Research Lab (Erika Skoe, PI)
Our lab investigates the neural processing of sound across the lifespan and it links low-level sensory processes to complex human behaviors and diverse life experiences (including bilingual experience, musical experience, socio-economic disadvantaged experience)
|Mondays 12:30 pm (time changes each semester)
|Coppola Lab Meeting and Study of Language and Math||Thursdays, 1:00 pm, email email@example.com for videoconference link (day/time for lab meeting changes each semester)||firstname.lastname@example.org||yes|
|Sign Language Research and Discussion Group (SLRDG, pronounced “slur-dog”): Co-facilitated with Dr. Diane Lillo-Martin in Linguistics. An informal, interdisciplinary meeting where we discuss research related to sign languages and their structure. The language of the meeting is ASL and ASL-English interpretation is provided.||Thursdays, 9:30-10:45am (day/time are consistent each semester) email email@example.com for videoconference firstname.lastname@example.org||yes|
A joint lab meeting held weekly with faculty and graduate students from (primarily) Linguistics and Developmental Psychology who study child language acquisition. The lab meetings include practice presentations, discussions of research in progress, and discussion of interesting talks people have heard at major conferences (e.g. GALA, GALANA, BUCLD).
|Fall 2021 dates: 11/4, 11/18, email@example.com||yes|
|Naigles Gradlab||Lab meetings Tuesday afternoons for Fall firstname.lastname@example.org||yes|
|Open Lab …..for folks interested in questions related to Science Communication and Visualizationemail@example.com|
|Etan Behavioral Neuroscience lab we are interested in relating brain processes to learning, memory and navigation in rats. Projects include learning through observation and the response of individual brain cells to a change in the environment||training rats on various tasks – throughout the firstname.lastname@example.org|
|https://kidcaplab.uconn.edu/; Our primary research interests fall into three main themes:
(1) Experimental investigation of learning and memory
(2) Longitudinal and individual difference analysis of emerging executive functions
(3) Neuroscience foundations of socio-cognitive development
|Weekly lab meetings in Storrs typically Fridays 1:30pm. However, may change with email@example.com||yes (although primary in-person activies are based at Waterbury during the summer)|
|UConn Laboratory for Spoken Language Processing (SLaP Lab); https://slaplab.uconn.edu||Wednesdays, 1:30 – 2:30 PM via Zoom (Fall 2021)||firstname.lastname@example.org||Yes|