Clinical Psychology

Neurocognitive Psychology

Exploring neuropsychology in the context of clinical, health, forensic and cross-cultural psychology

We are interested in the neurocognitive mechanisms underpinning social and cognitive functioning across the lifespan.  The neurocognitive mechanisms include Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), electroencephalogram (EEG), Event Related Potential (ERP), neuropsychological profiles and eye gaze metrics.  We are also interested in how these neurocognitive mechanisms are affected in clinical and atypical groups including neurodegenerative diseases, autism, developmental disorders, trauma, children with callous-unemotional traits and mentally disordered offenders. Therefore we link pure psychological theories, measures and tasks to real world implications. 

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