Online ISSN 1970-3201 - Print ISSN 1970-321X

Michela Balconi

Associate Editors
Salvatore Campanella

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The Neuropsychological Trends publishes original contributions to scientific knowledge in neuropsychology and neuroscience, and it provides an interdisciplinary forum on new trends on neuropsychology and psychophysiology. There is a growing dissatisfaction with fragmentation in theoretical perspectives on neuropsychology and without doubt there is a felt need for a journal containing articles which aim to integrate these fragmented ideas, theories and methods. We place particular emphasis on the fact that informed discussion of neuropsychology needs to be interdisciplinary.

The journal aims to introduce new ideas on the field of biological bases of behaviour and of the neurological perspectives applied to psychological processes. Specifically it intends to offer an ample space for innovative research methodologies and new theoretical views on the neuropsychological discipline. Methodological discussion will constitute a main topic of the journal. Specific attention will be given to the development of new theories and/or research methodologies applicable to group and single-case studies.

The journal is interested in basic and applied research and aims at opening up new avenues for the understanding, explaining, and treatment of neuropsychological issues. Specifically, Neuropsychological Trends will consider articles from any area of neuropsychological and neuroscience research, including, but not limited to: cognitive neuropsychology, clinical neuropsychology, neurophysiology, psychophysiology, and research techniques (fMRI; ERPs, PET). The main topics proposed are:
—  sensation and perception consciousness
—  learning and memory
—  communication and language
—  motivation and emotion
—  methodology of research (electroencephalography; brain imaging; behavioural measures)

35 - April 2024

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pdf Siti Atiyah Ali - Nor Asyikin Fadzil - Tahamina Begum - Faruque Reza - Faiz Mustafar - Humaira Nisar A short review of working memory and attention in depression
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-alis
pdf Meenalosini Vimal Cruz - Suhaima Jamal - Camden Wahl - Sibi Chakkaravarthy Sethuraman Investigating the impact of mindful breathing meditation on brain waves: a study on young adults
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-cruz
pdf Carlotta Acconito - Katia Rovelli - Laura Angioletti Oculometric responses to high emotional impact advertising stimuli: a comparison with autonomic and self-report measures
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-acco

pdf Vera Rota - Mattia Ferri - Elisa Zani - Veronica Paris - Alessandra Redolfi - Maurizio Falso Transient deficit in acute stroke: a case of musical hallucinations
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-rota
pdf Davide Crivelli - Laura Angioletti - Michela Balconi Neurocognitive empowerment, embodied practices, and peak performance in sports: case studies and future challenges
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-criv
pdf Ramesh Chand Choudhary - Bhoopendra Patel - Umesh Kumar - Minal Kachhawa - Mrinal Sharma - Amitabh Dube Comparative study of event-related potential responses within syllables of intra and inter phoneme classes
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-chou
pdf Michela Balconi - Laura Angioletti Do managers “feel” the group? Managers’ autonomic responses during a creative task
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-balc

pdf Fariza Saidin - Sudeshna Nath - Tajbina Yasin Evaluation of learning disability performance in children with cognitive neuropsychological assessment study
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-said

pdf Flavia Ciminaghi The contribution of neuroscience in evaluating human-robot collaboration: a multidimensional approach
doi: https://doi.org/10.7358/neur-2024-035-cimi


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