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Psychoneurobiology

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Main objectives of the Section on Psychoneurobiology are:

  1. The promotion of integration of findings from several research fields, such as neurophysiology, psychology, neuropsychology and psychiatry.

  2. To foster the understanding of psychopathology.

  3. To improve diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric conditions. 

Section officers

Chair:

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Paola Bucci

Department of Psychiatry University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli

Largo Madonna delle Grazie 80138 Naples Italy

Phone: +39 081 566 6532 Fax: +39 081 566 6523

E-mail: paolabucci456@gmail.com

Co-Chair:

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Mohammad Arbabi 

Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Roozbeh Hospital-South Kargar street

Tehran, Iran

E-mail: marbabid@gmail.com

Secretary:

Giulia Maria Giordano

Department of Psychiatry

University of Campania Luigi Vanvitelli

Largo Madonna delle Grazie

80138 Naples, Italy

Phone: +39 081 566 6512

Fax: +39 081 566 6523

E-mail: giuliamgiordano@gmail.com

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>> Please click here to see the Section Members list​

Section achievements

Main Achievements 2017-2021

 

 

Section symposia

  1. 20th WPA World Congress, Virtual Congress 2021: Section Symposium “Electrophysiological evaluation and modulation of symptoms and functional outcomes in psychosis”.

  2. 9th WPA World Congress, Lisbon 2019: Section Symposium: “Electrophysiological and neuropsychological approaches toward phenomenology and onset of psychoses”.

  3. 17th WPA World Congress, Berlin 2017: Section Symposium "Schizophrenia heterogeneity: characterization of syndromes and outcome using electrophysiological, cognitive, and functional measures".

 

Business Meetings

  1. 20th WPA World Congress, Virtual Congress 2021.

  2. 19th WPA World Congress, Lisbon 2019.

  3. 17th WPA World Congress, Berlin 2017.

 

Recommended Reading

  • Neurobiology of Schizophrenia: Electrophysiological Indices. In: Javed A., Fountoulakis K. (eds) Advances in Psychiatry. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70554-5_27.  This chapter focuses on the importance of electroencephalographic (EEG) studies for the section’s objectives and especially for (a) the study of functional brain abnormalities related to liability to psychosis and schizophrenia pathophysiology and (b) characterization of schizophrenia psychopathological dimensions.

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