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Cognitive Neuroscience in Freiburg

Cognitive Neuroscience


Which biological processes is cognition based on and what mental processes can be associated with which regions of the brain? These questions are addressed in the field of cognitive neuroscience, which focuses on overlaps in neuroscience and psychology. Cognitive neuroscience research in Freiburg prominently concentrates on social neuroscience, personality psychology, neurobiology, perception and cognition, but also electrophysiology. The field is highly multi-disciplinary which is why cognitive neuroscience research in Freiburg is conducted by researchers with various backgrounds. 

 

Principal Investigators

Michael Bach

Prof. Dr. Michael Bach

Visual Neuroscience & Electrophysiology

michael.bach@uni-freiburg.de

Tonio Ball

PD Dr. med. Tonio Ball

Translational Neurotechnology Lab

tonio.ball@uniklinik-freiburg.de
Evelyn Ferstl

Prof. Dr. Evelyn Ferstl

Neuroscience of Language and Communication

Adriana Hanulikova

Jun. Prof. Dr. Adriana Hanulikova

Neuroscience of Language and Communication

 

Markus Heinrichs

Prof. Dr. Markus Heinrichs

Biological Psychology / Social Neuroscience / Psychotherapy

Robert-Benjamin Illing

Prof. Dr. Robert Illing

Neurobiological Research Lab - ENT Clinic

robert.illing@uniklinik-freiburg.de

Dr. Christoph Kaller

Experimental Neuropsychology

christoph.kaller@uniklinik-freiburg.de

Jürgen Kornmeier

PD Dr. Jürgen Kornmeier

Perception and Cognition

juergen.kornmeier@uni-freiburg.de

Michael Schecker

Prof. Dr. Michael Schecker

Neurolinguistics

Andrew Straw

Prof. Dr. Andrew Straw

Neural Circuits and Behavior

 

 

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