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Centre for Speech, Language, and the Brain (CSLB)

Department of Psychology

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About Us

The Centre for Speech, Language and the Brain, headed by Professor Lorraine K Tyler, is part of the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge. Our interdisciplinary research covers a wide range of issues in the cognitive neuroscience of language, object processing, semantics, the ageing brain and cognition. We integrate behavioural experimental and neuroimaging studies on healthy people across the lifespan, together with similar research on brain-damaged patients.


An ERC Advanced Investigator Grant has been awarded to Professor Lorraine K Tyler. This 5-year programme will support her research programme 'LANGDYN', investigating how the brain processes spoken language.


The Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience (Cam-CAN) is a large-scale collaborative research project, launched in October 2010, with substantial funding from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC). The Cam-CAN project is using epidemiological, behavioural, and neuroimaging data to understand how individuals can best retain cognitive abilities into old age.

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Come and work at the CSLB!

We have a postdoctoral Research Associate position available in the lab. See here for more details

Language, Cognition and Neuroscience

Editor-in-chief: Lorraine K. Tyler