Disseminating: National Psychology Conference of Spain
In July (2017), our team presented a symposium at the 3rd National Psychology Conference of Spain to speak about the implications of neuroscience in intimate partner violence.
From left to right. Dr. Miguel Pérez García, tenured professor at the University of Granada in the Department of Personality, Psychological Evaluation and Treatment. Julia C. Daugherty, PhD student at the University of Granada. Dr. Natalia Hidalgo-Ruzzante, Professor at the University of Granada in the Department of Evolutionary and Educational Psychology.
Dr. Hidalgo-Ruzzante presents about neuropsychological sequelae that female victims suffer as a result of intimate partner violence.
Dr. Pérez García speaks about neuroimaging research findings related to intimate partner violence.
Julia Daugherty presents preliminary findings about effort tests in female victims.
We also received a special visit from the current American Psychological Association’s present, Dr. Antonio E. Puente.