Our research is performed with the use of non-invasive neuroimaging methods – functional (fMRI) and structural (sMRI) magnetic resonance imaging as well as electroencephalography (EEG). We study brain function based on fluctuations in BOLD signal, event-related potentials (ERP) and oscillatory brain activity (FFT). Neuroanatomical studies are performer with the use of voxel (VBM) and surface (SBM) based morphometry as well as diffusion tensor imaging (DTI). To study the concentration of neurotransmitters non-invasively we employ magnetic resonance MEGA-PRESS spectroscopy.


Laboratory of Language Neurobiology is equipped with an eyetracker (Tobii TX300) designed to carry out specialized research in the field of reading habits among typical and atypical redears. (For more information about experiments conducted with an eyetracker see: projects.)

skaner 3T Siemens Magnetom MRI Scanner eeg 64 channel EEG system
mock 0T MRI simulator (mock scanner) console Eye tracking experiment