ENIGMA-Language (ENIGMA-LANG) is a new working group aiming to focus on the neurobiology of language, one of the most fundamental traits of our species, in order to investigate associations between brain structure, genotype and language measures. This will be investigated in both directions, including how brain structure and genetics predict performance in language tasks, but also how cognitively challenging linguistic experiences, e.g., bi/multilingualism, can affect the structure of the brain.
Our call for participation is open!
We are actively searching for international collaborators to join ENIGMA-Language! If you are interested in participating, please complete our short data query poll, and contact any of the Working Group chairs: Christos Pliatsikas ([log in to unmask]), Narly Golestani ([log in to unmask]), Vincent DeLuca ([log in to unmask]), João Veríssimo ([log in to unmask]), Michael Ullman ([log in to unmask]) , and Simon Fisher ([log in to unmask]).
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