Neurobehavioral Account of Body Misperception: Basic and Clinical Research Advances
Friday, 13 March 2015,
17:00 - 18:20
Subject Areas: Neuroscience, Clinical Science, Cognitive Psychology
Body misrepresentations are thought to play a central role in several psychological disorders and can incorporate cognitive, visual, tactile, affective and motor components. Drawing upon current neurobehavioural frameworks, recent findings are presented investigating different aspects of the human multisensory body representation and its implications for both clinical pathology and treatment.