Attention and Awareness: Neuropsychological and Neuropsychiatric Perspectives
Venue: London Voluntary Resource Centre
Date: Friday 1st April 2011
The day focuses on neuropsychological and psychiatric disorders that result in impairment of attention and loss of awareness. It includes discussion of neurocognitive models and methods of assessment and also outlines how difference frameworks within these fields can enhance our understanding of neuropsychological disorder.
Topics will include:
Perceptual disorders of attention
Impairments in error monitoring
Interaction between disorders of attention and executive functioning
Neurocognitive models of awareness and methods of assessment
Awareness of the self
Psychosocial influences on awareness in dementia
A psychiatric perspective on objects of awareness
Comparisons between dementia, traumatic brain injury and psychosis.
If you wish to register for this event, being held on Friday 1st April at the Resource Centre in London, please complete the online booking form. If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 227773.