Plasticity, Memory & Language (PML)
Researchers associated with the PML study mechanisms of brain plasticity, memory, and language. One central aim is to understand the fundamental molecular, cellular, and neural, and cognitive, underpinnings of these processes, another is to reveal how plasticity, memory, and language are altered in health and disease, and across the life-span.
A wide range of research techniques and manipulations are employed, for instance single-cell recordings, neuroimaging, psychophysiology, AI, behavioral experimentation, psychological interventions, computational modeling, and cognitive tasks.
The PML theme thus brings fundamental mechanistic and theoretical insights in memory and language, that range from basic neuroscience through cognitive science, to the field of mental health.
Dr Ingmar Visser
- Faculty FMG - Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences
- Department University of Amsterdam
- Group Netherlands
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- Position Associate Professor (UHD)
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- Faculty FNWI - Faculty of Science
- Department Swammerdam Institute for Life Sciences (SILS)
- Group Fit Brain Lab (within the Brain Plasticity group of prof. Paul J. Lucassen)
- Other Affiliation Centre for Urban Mental Health, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
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