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Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience (C-CNS)

Studies across the lifespan

 The clinical cognitive neuroscience (C-CNS) group performs neuropsychological research on topics related to normal function and neuropsychiatric disorders (ADHD, autism, intellectual disability, depression and degenerative disorders). A neuropsychological examination includes tests, questionnaires and interviews characterizing cognitive as well as sensory-motor, emotional and social function. The results are related to brain structure and function through existing knowledge, but research allows for new knowledge by multidisciplinary collaboration with experts in clinical medicine, neuroimaging, neuroscience, genetics and mathematics.

C-CNS affiliation:

PhD students

Emilie Nordby

Daniel Jensen

Ellen Skorve

Liss Gøril Anda

Rune Hatlestad Karlsen

Jens Hetland

Postdocs

Robin Maria Fransisca Kenter

Alexandra Vik 

Master student

Sol Maja Graasvold Bjørkevoll 

Bachelor students

Sander Rødje