Meeting Sponsors

The Society for the Neurobiology of Language thanks the following sponsors for their support of our 2020 meeting.

Gold Sponsor

Neurobiology of Language (The MIT Press)

The MIT Press commits daily to re-imagining what a university press can be. Known for bold design and creative technology, the Press advances knowledge by publishing significant works from leading scholars and researchers around the globe for the broadest possible access, impact, and audience. Committed to exploring new disciplines and modes of inquiry, the press publishes 220+ new books a year and over 35 journals in a wide range of fields.

The Press is proud to partner with the Society for the Neurobiology of Language to publish Neurobiology of Language.

Award Sponsors

Brain & Language (Elsevier)

Sponsor of the SNL Early Career Award and the new SNL Dissertation Award
An interdisciplinary journal, Brain & Language focuses on the neurobiological mechanisms underlying human language. The journal covers the large variety of modern techniques in cognitive neuroscience, including lesion-based approaches as well as functional and structural brain imaging, electrophysiology, cellular and molecular neurobiology, genetics, and computational modeling. All articles must relate to human language and be relevant to an elaboration of its neurobiological basis. Along with an emphasis on neurobiology, journal articles are expected to take into account relevant data and theoretical perspectives from psychology and linguistics.

Language, Cognition & Neuroscience (Routledge)

Sponsor of the SNL Distinguished Career Award
Language, Cognition & Neuroscience publishes high-quality papers taking an interdisciplinary approach to the study of brain and language, and promotes studies that integrate cognitive theoretical accounts of language and its neural bases. The Journal publishes both high quality, theoretically-motivated cognitive behavioural studies of language function, and papers which integrate cognitive theoretical accounts of language with its neurobiological foundations.

 

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