University Institute of Neuroscience

Cognitive, Affective and Socio-Behavioral Neuroscience

The groups of this scientific area share an interest in the study of cognitive processes and their neural basis, including motor action, language, emotion, memory, reasoning, motivation, and social behavior. The groups employ in their research a variety of behavioral methods (self-report, reaction times, eye tracking, etc.) and neuroscientific methods (EEG, fMRI, eye tracking, tDCS, TMS), mainly applied to healthy young men and woman.

Language Comprehension, and Production

Memory, Reasoning and Decision Making

Motivation and Brain

Embodiment in Language

Social Cognition, Intergroup, and Interpersonal Relationships