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Cognitive mechanisms underlying normal and abnormal ageing. Cognitive and behavioural changes in neurodegenerative diseases, with emphasis on Alzheimer’s Disease. The investigation of functional brain changes (fMRI and ERPs) in the course of dementing illnesses and other brain disorders. Development of cognitive tests for the early detection of dementia with emphasis on Alzheimer’s disease.
From 2003 I have also been interested in the cognitive mechanisms underlying violent behaviours. The UL-Latin America Brain Connectivity Research Network is aimed at promoting research on the functional architecture of the human brain and its vulnerability to social, biological and environmental aggressors.
Collaborations and Collaborators
Leading neuroscientists receive grant awards for innovative clinical research
New objective methods to assess modularity in EEG functionalnetworks during short-term memory binding in mild cognitive impairment
Tracking Network dynamics with Tensor factorisations.Application to the human connectome in Alzheimer's disease.
Event-Related Potentials in the continuum of Alzheimer’s disease: Would they suit recent guidelines for preclinicalassessment?
A commentary on Liang et al.’s paper with regard toemerging views of memory assessment in Alzheimer’s disease.
Behavioral and electrophysiological correlates ofmemory binding deficits in patients at different risk levels for Alzheimer’sdisease. Journal of Alzheimer’s disease.
Aging and feature binding in visual working memory:The role of presentation time.