Poeppel Lab Research

What neuronal and cognitive representations and operations form the basis for the transformation from “vibrations in the ear” (sounds) to “abstractions in the head” (words)?

Broadly speaking, the lab investigates questions about language, speech, and hearing. The main methods employed include behavioral experiments, magnetoencephalography (MEG), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) - and whatever other methodology is appropriate for a given question.

Brain Rhythms and Cortical Computation (BRyCoCo) - VI hosted by David Poeppel

NSF Workshop: Linking Language and Cognition to Neuroscience via Computation hosted by David Poeppel. The NSF Workshop Report can be found here.