Cognitive Neuroscience at University of Granada

HUM-379 Research Group


Neuropsychology And Everyday Activities

The goal of this line is to investigate how brain damage affects the adaptation of the patient to its environment, and what strategies can be effective to ameliorate the deficits. Very active lines focus on confabulations (believing that something occurred) and on everyday activities (such as cleaning one's teeth or making breakfast).

(cc) Bob May.

Representative publications

Triviño, M., Arnedo, M., Lupiáñez, J., Chirivella, J., & Correa, A. (2011). Rhythms can overcome temporal orienting deficit after right frontal damage.Neuropsychologia, 49, 3917-3930.

Triviño, M., Correa, A., Arnedo, M., & Lupiáñez, J. (2010). Temporal orienting deficit after prefrontal damage. Brain, 133, 1173-1185.

Principal Investigators

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