Welcome to the virtual home of the Brain and Memory (BaM) Lab at Leiden University, headed by Franka (Franziska) Richter.
At the BaM Lab we use behavioral tasks and neuroimaging methods to study how memories are formed and remembered, how they influence each other, and how memory interacts with other cognitive processes such as cognitive control or decision making.
Memories fundamentally shape who we are, and how we interact with this world. Studying the cognitive neuroscience of memory is a fascinating journey – take a look around!
You can find out more about our team under the people section, our latest research developments are outlined in the research section, click here for news about what is happening in our lab, or explore our publications. And if you’d like to, get in touch!