WELCOME TO NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
DIVISION MICROSITE

What is Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology refers to the study of the association between the structural and functional organization of the central nervous system. Neuropsychology aims to the understanding of cognitive and other functions in man and the ways they regulate human behavior in health and disease. With the application of an interdisciplinary approach, neuropsychology combines methods and techniques of various scientific fields, such as clinical psychology, psychometrics, neuroanatomy, neurosurgery, neurology, psychiatry, etc. There are numerous specializations in neuropsychology, such as developmental, cognitive, clinical, and experimental neuropsychology.

The Neuropsychology Branch

The Neuropsychology Branch was officially established in 2008. Neuropsychologists from Greece and Cyprus who engage in teaching, research and clinical work in the area of neuropsychology are members of the Branch. The members meet once a year and the coordinators are elected every two years.

Our goals

EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF DISORDERS

Evaluation and management of neuropsychological disorders, identification of high risk groups.

EDUCATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE

Applying the knowledge of neuropsychology and neuroscience in general to educational practice, with the aim to make learning more effective for all students.

SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITY

Promoting neuropsychological knowledge through scientific research, as well as the dissemination of research findings through events such as conference presentations, workshops, scientific publications.

INFORMING THE PUBLIC

Education, training and awareness of the general public on issues related to neuropsychology and popularization of scientific knowledge.