Research > Neurosciences

Neurocognition, psychobiology of the personality and behavioral genetics

  1. Study of the activity of the frontal lobe of the cerebral cortex using near infrared spectroscopy (fNIR) techniques.
  2. Analysis of electrophysiological responses (EEG, EOG, RECIBE, etc.) to cognitive stimuli, working memory, emotional stimuli and extreme differential personality patterns in patients and community samples.
  3. Study of structural models of normal and pathological personality within the framework of the nosography of the American Psychiatric Association (DSM-5) and the World Health Organisation (ICD-11).
  4. Exploration of hormonal and endocrinological correlates in relation to impulsive and disinhibited personality in samples of patients and controls.
  5. Psychometric study of different personality models and their relationship with cultural and cross-cultural parameters.
  6. Psychopathological examination of addictive disorders (gambling, drug addiction...) within the framework of personality biology.
  7. Behavioural genetics in psychopathological disorders.