The Clinical Neuropsychology Research group
The Clinical Neuropsychology Research Group (CNRG) consists of researchers in clinical neuropsychology at the University of Helsinki (Institute of Behavioural Sciences). The group members are involved in a wide variety of research projects and these are pursued both at the university and in hospital settings. In addition, the members of the CNRG also teach clinical neuropsychology and clinical skills for master’s level psychology students at the University of Helsinki and they carry the main responsibility for the Finnish national university specialization program in clinical neuropsychology.
- Acquired brain damages and diseases (e.g. traumatic brain injuries, dementing disorders, and inflammatory diseases)
- Neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disorders, (e.g. dyslexia, specific language disorder, and ADHD)
- Neurocognitive processes and functioning in normal individuals
- Development of neuropsychological tests for children and adults