The Cognition and Action Neuroimaging Laboratory
**ATTENTION PARENTS - C-SAW SUMMER CAMP INFO!**
Child Scientist Activity Week will take place June 1 - June 26, 2020
Place: Dept. Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University
Time: 9AM-12PM Monday-Friday
Camp Duration: 1 week (Weeks: 6.1-6.5; 6.8-6.12; 6.15-6.19; 6.22-6.26)
Age: 4.0-6.0 years
**REGISTRATION LINK OPENS: TBD**
The Cognition and Action Neuroimaging Lab (CANLab) focuses on how actions affect cognition.
Our interactions with the world rely on actions: therefore, our perceptions not only drive action, but are also driven by action. This interaction shapes and changes cognition. In the CANLab, we study how our actions with the environment, such as how we handle objects or learn words for objects and actions, affect our ideas and memory. Much of the research in the CANLab uses functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) as a tool for investigating neural processing during learning throughout the life span. We also study the effects of action on object knowledge, categorization and word learning during the early years of cognitive development.
PARENTS: Are you interested in participating in our research studies with your child?
If so, please contact us at:
For more information, see the "Participate" link at the top of this page.
Cognition & Action Neuroimaging Lab | 1101 E. 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405 | (812)856-7237 | firstname.lastname@example.org