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Влияние категориального имени и метафоры на оценку характеристик психического расстройства

Асланов И. А., Sudorgina Y., Kotov A. A.

Клиническая и специальная психология. 2020. Vol. 9. No. 3. P. 48-61.

Book chapter
Functional MRI study of working memory development in school-aged children

Faber A., Arsalidou M.

In bk.: Творчество в современном мире: человек, общество, технологии: Материалы Всероссийской научной конференции, посвященной 100-летию со дня рождения Я.А. Пономарева. Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Science, 2020. P. 139-139.

Neuropsy Lab explores how cognitive abilities improve in children during their maturation, and which neurobiological constructs determine individual differences in their development. To find answers to these questions, we use classic and contemporary measures of mental-attentional capacity in conjunction with cutting edge physiological and neuroimaging technologies such as ultrasound, eye-tracking and magnetic resonance imaging.

Cognitive abilities are the higher brain functions allowing us to perceive, filter, memorize, process and restore information. These abilities correspond to mental actions we take to solve problems and acquire knowledge in everyday life. Cognitive processes improve throughout childhood and adolescence and they are highly linked to academic achievement and professional success.

Mental-attentional capacity is one of core cognitive abilities, it is defined as a component of working memory, which improve in children during their maturation and corresponds to the amount of information that a person can simultaneously hold and process in his/her mind.

Illustration for news: Marie Arsalidou visited the «Sirius» Lyceum with a lecture about Brain and Mathematics

Marie Arsalidou visited the «Sirius» Lyceum with a lecture about Brain and Mathematics

For the first time this year, Neuropsy Lab held an open lecture on the brain in an offline format. Marie Arsalidou and her colleagues payed a visit to the «Sirius» Lyceum located in Sochi. Additionally, the lecture was simultaneously broadcasted online via Zoom and was available to the audience from all over the country.

Illustration for news: Invitation to an open lecture "Building a Better Brain"

Invitation to an open lecture "Building a Better Brain"

Neuropsy Lab and new Master's program "Science of Learning and Assessment" invite you to an open lecture by Dr. Marie Arsalidou "Building a Better Brain".

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab has an open postdoctoral position

Neuropsy Lab has an open postdoctoral position

Laboratory for the Neurobiological Foundations of Cognitive Development invites applications for postdoctoral research positions in the field of developmental cognitive neuroscience.

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab members made online presentations at the conference in Yaroslavl

Neuropsy Lab members made online presentations at the conference in Yaroslavl

Russian National Scientific Conference in Memory of Jerome Bruner "Cognitive psychology: higher- and low-order processes" was held on December 18-19, 2020.

Illustration for news: New online research has started in collaboration with Mirror Lab colleagues

New online research has started in collaboration with Mirror Lab colleagues

What helps us evaluate judgments regarding different events? We started a new online research in collaboration with the Mirror Lab at Ulyanovsk State University, in order to find answers to these questions.

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab collaborators were supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR)

Neuropsy Lab collaborators were supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR)

Members of our laboratory, Tatyana Kotova and Aleksey Kotov, won a grant from the Russian Foundation for the Basic Research in the competition for the preparation and publication of scientific review articles on the topic "Conceptual development in infancy and early childhood: cognitive and neural foundations."

Illustration for news: Current studies of our laboratory were presented at the I National Congress on Cognitive Research, Artificial Intelligence and Neuroinformatics

Current studies of our laboratory were presented at the I National Congress on Cognitive Research, Artificial Intelligence and Neuroinformatics

The IX International Conference on Cognitive Sciences was held on October 10-16. It was based on the I National Congress on Cognitive Research, Artificial Intelligence and Neuroinformatics at the Russian Academy of Science.

Illustration for news: Our colleague held an online open lecture about experiments in psychology as part of the Sirius.Home project

Our colleague held an online open lecture about experiments in psychology as part of the Sirius.Home project

The Sirius Educational Center encouraged students to use their time productively during quarantine and launched the «Sirius.Home» project, open educational broadcasts held by experts from different fields of science. Our colleague, Roman Tikhonov, told about five myths related to experiments in psychology.

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab member, Andrei Faber, held an online open lecture about the human brain

Neuropsy Lab member, Andrei Faber, held an online open lecture about the human brain

The Sirius Educational Center encouraged students to use their time productively during quarantine and launched the «Sirius.Home» project, open educational broadcasts held by experts from different fields of science. Our colleague from Neuropsy Lab told what scientists know about the brain and discussed the most popular myths about the brain.

Illustration for news: Valentina Bachurina held a series of online lectures on brain research as part of the Sirius.Home project

Valentina Bachurina held a series of online lectures on brain research as part of the Sirius.Home project

The Sirius Educational Center encouraged students to use their time productively during quarantine and launched the «Sirius.Home» project, open educational broadcasts held by experts from different fields of science. Our colleague from Neuropsy Lab contributed to the project and held three lectures on brain research.