Cognitive Control & Habit Lab

Our research laboratory is centered in the study of cognitive control and habitual behaviours to understand normal and pathological states. It is also a teaching and training laboratory, with undergraduates, graduates, postdocs, and visiting scholars in the measurement and analysis of control over behaviour and habitual performance (motor-cognitive-emotional-social) in humans. We use behavioral, autonomic, brain imaging and non-invasive stimulation methods in healthy participants and clinical conditions (Parkinson's disease, Impulse control disorders, Tourette syndrome, behavioural addictions, etc).

Research Projects

View a list of our research projects funded by the national health research institute and other sources. 


We combine up-to-date neuroscientific tools to advance knowledge in cognitive neuroscience and clinical fields.


For distinct neuroimaging and clinical studies, we collaborate with 2 hospitals in Madrid.