Social Brain rehabilitation: tools to enhance social cognition in psychiatric disorders
The Social Brain may be the key to many aspects of a better understanding of psychiatric disorsers.
By the end of this course you should’ve acquired basic knowledge about the structures and networks that support social information processing, be able to understand how social brain functioning is impaired in psychiatric disorders, explore electrophysiological and behavioural measures to assess social brain function, understand current guidelines regarding social cognition training procedures to improve social brain function outcomes in psychiatric disorders and develop insights regarding the role of non-invasive brain stimulation on social brain rehabilitation.
Expected course date: 12th September to the 14th September 2018
Course duration: 3 days
Maximum number of registrations: 15 participants
Lecturers: Nuno Rocha, Andreia Geraldo, Artemisa Dores, Carlos Campos, David Tomé, Catarina Castro, Pedro Monteiro and Guest Speaker Gabriel de Lara.
Price: Early fee: 200€ until July 20th; Late fee: 300€ after June 20th