Program

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Monday 29 August

Registration: starting from 1pm

1.30pm – Welcome and Opening: Michael Niedeggen, Berlin and Sergio Della Sala, Edinburgh

Topic 1: How Clinical Neuropsychology informs research

2.00pm-4.30pm - Seminar: Lisa Cipolotti (London) Neuropsychological Diagnosis

Coffee break

4.45pm Stefano Cappa (PV, MI) Neurological vs. Neuropsychological diagnosis


Tuesday 30 August

Registration: starting from 8.30am

9.15am – 11.15 am Seminar: Sarah MacPherson (Edinburgh) Frontal Lobe Assessment

Coffee Break

11.45am – 12.30 Guy Vingerhoets (Gent) Assessment of higher motor deficits

Lunch break

2.00- 2.45pm Talk: Michael Niedeggen, (Berlin) Higher visual functions

2.45 – 3.30pm Talk: Mervi Jehkonen (Tampere) Assessment of neglect and anosognosias

3.30 – 4.00 pm Coffee Break

4.00pm – open ended Topic 2, Discussion: From observations to papers (Ethics, Publishing, Reviewing and Journal Bibliometrics)

(lead by Sergio Della Sala, Edinburgh, Chris Chambers, Cardiff, and Guy Vingerhoets, Gent)

Social event: drinks and chats


Wednesday 31 August

Topic 3: Understanding statistics to read clinical evidence

9.15am – 12.30 Seminar - Mike Allerhand, Edinburgh - Understanding and using “R”

Lunch Break

2.15pm – 5.30 Seminar - Zoltan Dienes, Sussex - On why should we go Bayesian!


Thursday 1 September

Topic 4 Functional integration (structural and functional connectivity)

9.15am Stefano Cappa (Pavia) - Introduction

9.30am – 11.00am Michel Thiebaut de Schotten (Paris) The relevance of Clinical Neuroanatomy in clinical practice

Coffee Break

11.30 – 1.00pm Gabriele Lohman (Tuebingen) Methodological advances

Lunch break

2.00pm – 3.30pm Marco Tettamanti (Milan) Functional Connectivity, hands on.

Conclusions: Stefano Cappa, Pavia