II Summer International Neuropsychological School named after A. R. Luria “The World After The Pandemic: Challenges and Prospects for Neuroscience " is a unique international interdisciplinary platform for young scientists focused on development in the field of neuroscience. Ural Federal University is a modern and high-tech platform for the development of research in the field of neuroscience created by the Ural Neuronet Center. One of the top ten leading Neuronet Center’s in Russia, successfully operating two laboratories in the field of neuroscience - Neurotechnology Laboratory and the Laboratory of Brain and Neurocognitive Development. The school is led by leading Russian and foreign scientists in the field.
August 20, 2020
The main issues related to the brain organization principles that provide speech-thinking activity of a person will be discussed within the framework of this direction. Special emphasis will be placed on the results of modern neuro-linguistic research on the neurophysiological and linguistic aspects of learning native and foreign languages. There will also be reports on the problems of computational linguistics, a scientific field that has been actively developing in recent years.
August 20, 2020
The content of the reports is related to the content of the phenomenon “social brain”, the history of its creation, the connection with the cultural-historical approach that understands the individual as a biosocial unity (L.S. Vygotsky, A.R. Luria). The research results on the relationship of the structural and functional organization of the brain with social cognition and social behavior, including those focused on the development features at different stages of ontogenesis, will be presented.
August 21, 2020
Today, the child population is at high risk of developing various forms of deviant behavior, including attention deficit and hyperactivity, speech disorders, autism spectrum disorders, learning difficulties, etc. To solve this urgent problem, it is necessary to develop correctional and developmental training methods that can effectively help children overcome various problems in the psyche and brain development. Despite the fact that today there is a large number of developed methods for children development and correction, there is a lack of research aimed at testing their effectiveness and the selectivity of influence on the children psyche and behavior. The course will present the latest achievements in the development of methods of children correction and development, which have been achieved in native and foreign neuropsychological practice, as well as research results aimed at evaluating the effectiveness and peculiarity of these methods, based on the age, type of disorder and individual typological characteristics of the child.
August 22, 2020
This course will present the results of fundamental research and practical developments related to technologies for developing and maintaining human brain resources in different periods of life, including in conditions of uncertainty and rapid changes in the world around us. Within the neuropsychological paradigm framework, the influence of such factors as information pressure and digitalization of all spheres of human life on the psychological state of a person will be considered. Another important aspect for the workshop participants is social self-isolation against the background of a new coronavirus infection and its consequences at the individual psychological and social levels.
Bozydar Kaczmarek, Professor, University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin (Poland)
Glozman Zhanna, Professor, scientific Director of the research Center for children's neuropsychology named after A. R. Luria, Moscow State University named after M. V. Lomonosov (Russia)
Peňa-Casanova Jordi, Professor, Director of the Master's Degree in Neuropsychology and Behavioral Neurology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Director of the Department of Behavioral Neurology and Dementia in the Neurology Service of the Hospital del Mar (Spain)
Dr. Joash T. Lazarus, MD, Multiple Sclerosis Center Of Atlanta (USA)
Joaquim Quintino - Aires, Professor, Vygotsky Institute in Lisbon (Portugal)
Carla Anauate, PhD, Integrated Center of Neuropsychology and Psychology CINAPSI (Brazil)
Sergey Kiselev, PhD in psychology, head of the laboratory of brain and neurocognitive development, Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin (Russia)
Kotik-Friedgut Bella, Professor of the Department of Special Education of David Yellin Academic College of Education (Israel)
Malykh Sergey, Professor, head of the laboratory of age-related psychogenetics of the Psychological Institute of Russian education Academy (Russia)
Yuri Mikadze, Professor, Moscow State University named after M. V. Lomonosov (Russia)
Yulia Solovieva, Professor, Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla (Mexico)
Philippe J. Thomas, MD, Geriatric Psychiatry Department, University Hospital Esquirol (France)
young scientists (Bachelors, Masters and Postgraduates) interested in neuropsychology and modern neuroscience
Free of charge
Participants of the school will receive certificates of completion of training and a set of educational materials
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