Cognitive neuropsychiatry is a theory-driven approach to investigating psychiatric symptoms and cognitive impairments at the crossroads of psychiatry, cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Methods used are neuroimaging, computer-based cognitive tasks and psychiatric or psychological interviews or questionnaires.

In our research we focuses on three lines of investigation:

  •  Psychiatric symptoms and vulnerability, with a focus on cognitive-emotional interactions 
  • Cognitive aging, with a focus on mild cognitive impairment
  • Treatment and prevention, with a focus on non-invasive neurostimulation.