امروز: دوشنبه, ۲۰ مرداد , ۱۳۹۹


مرکز تحقیقات پزشکی ورزشی تهران

Neuroscience

Research in the Neuroscience group investigates how neural systems support social behavior and how abnormalities in these neural systems contribute to psychopathology particularly autism and personality disorders. Social interaction is a fundamental human need. Today impairment in social interactions, inability to develop meaningful social relationships and social isolation are disabling problems for people with autism or other socioemotional disorders. We are trying to investigate neural systems supporting social cognitive skills, such as emotion recognition, emotion regulation, Theory of Mind (ToM), and empathy neural abnormalities associated with autism risk.