Congratulations to Natalia Zhozhikashvili on winning the competition for young scientists at the HSE, held as a part of the strategic project "Success and independence of a person in a changing world."
A new article "Quantitative Meta-analyses of Cognitive Abilities in Children With Pediatriconset Multiple Sclerosis"
The journal "Neuropsychology Review" Q1 published the article by Elena Lysenko, Maria Bogdanova and Marie Arsalidou "Quantitative Meta-analyses of Cognitive Abilities in Children With Pediatriconset Multiple Sclerosis".
The Educational Initiatives' Commission 2022-2023 decided to support Zhanna Chuikova's project "Neural and Oculomotor Predictors of Cognitive Flexibility".
Every week the Nuclear Energy Information Center in Krasnoyarsk operates as an open platform for science lovers of all ages. Research-intern of our laboratory Angelina Ostroverkh took part in the work of the site and held a popular science lecture on imagination and the development of cognitive abilities.
On the 2nd of June NeuroPsy Lab organized a laboratory tour for the winners of the School of Real Affairs' case competition.
Our Lab's members participation in the 8th International Symposium on Brain and Cognitive Science in Turkey
Our Lab's members gave a speech on the 8th International Symposium on Brain and Cognitive Science in Koç University (Istanbul, Turkey).
Alexis Kouzalis, a first-year Ph.D. student at the HSE University School of Psychology, told about his reasons for coming to Moscow and his family's ties with the Soviet Union, and also shared his personal aspirations in the study of neuroscience, his professional achievements, and some interesting observations on life in the Russian capital.
Annotation: Last Sunday (19.09) we held a seminar for school children. Members of Neuropsy Lab gave young visitors lectures about various brain studies and their application in psychology.
Scientific Questrom for children in Neuropsy Lab made by the University for Children (the Polytechnic Museum)
During the visit to our laboratory children were introduced to cognitive development studies and participated in the Quest.