A number of doctoral projects have been completed, and these will lead to a series of future publications. We are looking at measures of neuropsychological functioning, cognitive ability and style, time perception and personality traits with regards to psychopathy, ADHD, addiction and eating disorders.
Other work is concerned with the use of such measures to understand the dynamics of the family interaction. In a separate line of research, we are also employing a microgenetic technique, in conjunction with some of these measures, to understand impulsivity and creativity.
Other work is related to EEG indices of meditation and creativity. In all, our research spans the cognitive, neuropsychological, electrophysiological and personality domains, to understand some key areas of psychological and criminological research, on the one hand, and brain science and cognitive science areas on the other.