Beyond Social and Emotional Phenotypes: Perspectives for Neuropsychological Intervention Models
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This symposium, we reflect on how the study of social and emotional phenotypes in clinical populations with genetic syndromes, acquired brain injury or neurodevelopmental disorders contributes to developing preventive and remedial intervention models in neuropsychology. To address this question, an international perspective on social assessment and intervention is presented through the work of researchers from Canada, Australia, Brazil and Chile.
The present work is the first part of a set of joint objectives of the laboratories involved in the efforts to strengthen research in social cognition from cross-cultural perspectives. The symposium guests are: Miriam Beauchamp, Vicki Anderson, Claudia Berlin, Evelyn Vera-Estay and Nara Andrade.