Lifespan Memory Development Lab

The lab examines the neurocognitive basis of changes in memory across the lifespan using complex behavioral and statistical methods, as well as state-of-the-art brain imaging techniques. Our research aims to understand the alterations that the memory of a healthy individual undergoes from early childhood to late adulthood, and the corresponding brain changes that precede, accompany, or potentially follow these. Our findings may ultimately contribute to the design of more effective childhood educational programs, as well as the development of interventions that mitigate or even reverse the impacts of memory changes influencing daily life during healthy and pathological aging. [This text is a minimally edited version of the English translation by ChatGPT (OpenAI, ChatGPT August 3 Version, of the lab's Hungarian description on this website.]


Attila Keresztes Head Of Research Group, Assistant Professor
Phone/ext.: + (36-1) 461-2600 / 5651
Room: 309


Zsófia Berke Research Group Member, Student
Borbála Brosig Research Group Member, Student
Boróka Ferencz Research Group Member, Student
Anna Horgonyi Research Group Member, Student
Lili Kerekes Research Group Member, Student
Donát Keszthelyi Research Group Member, Student
Hunor Kis Research Group Member, PhD Student
Room: 310
Petra Kóródi Research Group Member, Student
Zsuzsanna Nemecz Research Group Member, PhD Student
Ambrus Farkas External Member
Sára Munkácsi External Member