How does neural activity give rise to human cognition?
How is the mind organized and how does its organization arise from the biology of the brain?

As researchers of the Center for Brain and Cognition, we work to advance our understanding of how experience influences the emergence of structure and function through computational and experimental investigation. We are also interested in understanding how mechanisms regulating brain development interact with the effects of experience to produce the structural and functional characteristics of the brain. These lines of research clarify how specific biological mechanisms routinely support the emergence of cognitive functions, leading to insights into why experience is so important for normal brain development.

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Un estudi publicat a la revista Human Brain Mapping analitza la influència genètica i l'ambiental en la connectivitat de l'amígdala en estat de repòs, en relació amb el risc de patir depre read more >
Mathilde Fort, postdoctoral researcher of the Speech Acquisition and Perception Research Group (SAP) at the CBC has won the 8 th edition of the read more >
The international scientific Committee of the "8th Christian Benoît Award" has completed the evaluation of the applications and has taken a decision. The Winner is Mathilde Fort (Center for Brain and Cognition, Speech Acquisition and Perception Group, Universitat Pompeu Fabra) read more >