The Cognitive Neuroscience Group (CNG) is a collaborative research group that uses behavioral and neuroscience methods to examine the relationship between learning, language ability, and cognitive factors.

Three principal investigators: Yael Arbel, Lauryn Zipse, and Sofia Vallila-Rohter lead the CNG. We host joint lab meetings and collaborate on projects, while each pursuing independent lines of research. Shared leadership of the CNG helps increase the breadth of our research and inquiry as we and our students learn from and with each other.