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Natalia Ojeda

Graduated and doctor from University of Deusto, where she is a tenured professor having an international recognized career in neuropsychological research since 1995. She completed her studies at the University of Oxford (UK) and John Hopkins Medical Institutions (USA). She has worked for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and she has participated in more than 20 national and international projects of researches related to neurosciences in general and to neuropsychology and neuroimaging in particular. Recently she has been selected for being part of the experts’ committee of World Health Organization (WHO), which will determine the international criteria for patients with schizophrenia’s disability. She is a referent for the Spanish Neuropsychological Association’s Federation (Federación de Asociaciones de Neuropsicología Españolas, FANSPE), founder and president of Basque Neuropsychological Society, and a scientist copy editor of more than 21 international journals. She has a wide experience with groups of patients who suffer neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders, and also with neuroimaging studies, due to being her research topics during the last 20 years.

Cognitive Rehabilitation Techniques To Treat Schizophrenia

The impairment of basic cognition and social cognition is a well-established feature of schizophrenia. Basic cognition includes cognitive domains such as attention, information processing speed, or memory, whereas social cognition refers to mental operations that underlie social interactions (perception, interpretation, and […]