Memory and Language Lab




Institute of Psychology

Eotvos Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary






The main focus of research in Nemeth Lab is the cognitive neuroscience and the neuropsychology behind implicit skill learning.  We explore the entire process of implicit skill learning from memory formation to consolidation, and investigate how this process is affected by age, sleep, and various disorders such as autism, SLI, dyslexia, Huntington’s disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Spinocerebellar Ataxia.  These studies could lead us not only to a deeper understanding of this fundamental learning mechanism but also to discover how humans rewire their skills and boost habit change in general.
 

Project Director: NÉMETH, Dezső (PhD)

Lab Coordinator: JANACSEK, Karolina (PhD)

Research Assistants: TÖRÖK, Csenge; HORVATH, Kata


Members


PhD Candidates 

TÁNCZOS, Timea

BALOGH, Virág

CSÁBI, Eszter

GÁL, Zita

HALLGATÓ, Emese

JUHÁSZ, Dóra

VIRÁG, Márta

Master Students

SKULTÉTI, László

PINTÉR, Gabriella

CHEZÁN, Júlia


BA Students

ZAVECZ, Zsófia

GATTYÁN, Norbert

TÖRÖK, Csenge

HORVÁTH, Kata



Collaborators


Russell A. Poldrack - University of Texas, Austin

Michael T. Ullman - Georgetown University, Washington DC

Darlene V. Howard - Georgetown University, Washington DC

James H. Howard, Jr. - The Catholic University of America, DC

Cristina D. Dye - Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK

Zsuzsa Londe - University of Southern California, Los Angeles

Andrea Antal - Georg-August University, Göttingen, Germany

Neuroimaging Research Group - Szeged

Zsolt Turi - Georg-August University, Göttingen, Germany

Jozsef Fiser - Central-European University, Budapest, Hungary

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