1. Psychological Measurement and Intervention
Promotes the development and adaptation of measurements of basic and superior dimensions of human behavior (reaction time, perception, motricity, memory, intelligence, personality) for usage in neuropsychological, behavioral genetics, cognitive and social analysis, with different methodological designs and subjects. It also promotes studies on intervention programs targeting recovery of adaptive functioning or monitoring behavioral and neurobiological changes. The main goal of the interventions is to validate models or theories regarding human behavior.
2. Developmental Neuropsychology
Promotes the study of the neuropsychological aspects of healthy development and the main neuropsychological disorders of childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age, using different research approaches including behavioral analysis, performance measures on cognitive processes tasks and electrophysiological measures, inferring the role of different brain regions in cognition, through the anatomo-clinical approach.