The Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (ICN) in National Central University was established in September of 2003 as Taiwan’s first graduate institute that focuses on human behaviors and neural mechanisms. The aim of the institute is to cultivate potential researchers as well as fostering the studies of cognitive neuroscience and brain science. The ultimate goal of strengthening Taiwan’s academic community in the interpretation of human mental operations and applying study results to educational studies, crime prevention and commercial practice are also the intended objectives of ICN.

Emotion & Criminology Laboratory

Brain & Behaviour Laboratory

Music & Auditory Cognition Laboratory

Visual Cognition Laboratory

Stress, Emotion Regulation, and Criminal Psychology Lab

Human Memory Laboratory

Concept & Language Laboratory

Cognition Laboratory

Computational & Applied Neuroscience Lab

Clinical Neuroscience Laboratory

Action and Cognition Laboratory