The Sheryl and Daniel R. Tishman

Cognitive Neurophysiology Laboratory

The CNL is comprised of a multidisciplinary team of investigators, post-doctoral fellows, and students using psychophysics, EEG, and MRI to study attention, auditory and visual perception, multisensory processing, and executive function, in typical and clinical populations. It is our goal to make significant advances in understanding these processes with the use of cutting edge methodologies and data analytic techniques. In turn, we seek to apply this understanding to explore the processing deficits underlying clinical and developmental disorders such as autism, schizophrenia, and different genetic rare diseases.

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events & news

02-12-19: Join us for Rare Diseases Day on February 27 from 3 to 5:15 pm in the Lefrak Auditorium. A reception and the kick-off of “Beyond the Diagnosis,” an art exhibit featuring paintings of individuals with various rare diseases, will follow in Forchheimer.

11-09-18: The Isabelle Rapin Conference on Communication Disorders is taking place Friday, November 30th at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

07-26-18: Elise Taverna, a research technician at the Lab, got accepted to the University of Connecticut's Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program! Congratulations, Elise!

07-20-18: Dr. Timothy Roberts will be at the Lab to share the latest  on using MEG to probe brain function in autism on August 2 at 3 pm (Van Etten, 1C-1)

07-19-18: Check out Dr. Molholm's comments on interesting new autism study: https://www.medpagetoday.com/neurology/autism/74124

events & news

02-12-19: Join us for Rare Diseases Day on February 27 from 3 to 5:15 pm in the Lefrak Auditorium. A reception and the kick-off of “Beyond the Diagnosis,” an art exhibit featuring paintings of individuals with various rare diseases, will follow in Forchheimer.

11-09-18: The Isabelle Rapin Conference on Communication Disorders is taking place Friday, November 30th at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

07-26-18: Elise Taverna, a research technician at the Lab, got accepted to the University of Connecticut's Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program! Congratulations, Elise!

07-20-18: Dr. Timothy Roberts will be at the Lab to share the latest  on using MEG to probe brain function in autism on August 2 at 3 pm (Van Etten, 1C-1)

07-19-18: Check out Dr. Molholm's comments on interesting new autism study: https://www.medpagetoday.com/neurology/autism/74124

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