Aitana Grasso-Cladera

Aitana Grasso-Cladera
Universidad Diego Portales · School of Psychology

Psychologyst
Master Student

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Introduction
I'm a graduated Clinical Psychologist from the Diego Portales University (SCL). Currently I'm persuing a specialty in Clinical Neuropsychology and a master's degree in Social and Cognitive Neuroscience. I'm working as a student assistant at the Center of Studies in Human Neuroscience and Neuropsychology (CENHN) and at the Centre of Studies in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy (CEPPS), both at the Diego Portales University. I'm interested in social and cognitive neuroscience, neurorehabilita
Additional affiliations
March 2017 - present
Universidad Diego Portales
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
March 2017 - May 2021
Universidad Diego Portales
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
March 2021 - December 2022
Universidad Diego Portales
Field of study
  • Social Neuroscience
January 2021 - January 2022
Universidad Diego Portales
Field of study
  • Neuropsychology
March 2016 - January 2021
Universidad Diego Portales
Field of study
  • Psichology

Publications

Publications (17)
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Peer support interventions for people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) are effective, but their associated time and material costs for the recipient and the health system make them reachable for only a small proportion of PLWHA. Internet-based interventions are an effective alternative for delivering psychosocial interventions for PLWHA as they are...
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Las Lesiones Cerebrales Adquiridas (LCA) pueden generar una am-plia gama de déficits motores/sensoriales, cognitivos, conductuales y socioemocionales, impactando la reinserción comunitaria, salud mental y calidad de vida de los sobrevivientes. Diversos autores, y particularmente sobrevivientes de LCA, han planteado que la visibili-dad de los défici...
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Cognitive dynamics are multimodal, and they need to integrate real-time feedback to be adaptive and appropriate. However, cognition research still relies on mostly unimodal paradigms using simple motor tasks in laboratory-based static situations. This paper addresses this limitation by presenting the Mobile Brain/Body Imaging approach based on the...
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The human mind’s complexity and its interaction with the environment is one of the main epistemological debates throughout history. Recent ideas, framed as the 4E approach to cognition, highlight that human experience depends causally on both cerebral and extracranial processes, but also is embedded in a particular physical context and is a product...
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Introducción Antecedentes: La anorexia nerviosa (AN) y la bulimia nerviosa (BN) son enfermedades mentales graves y crónicas que afectan a un alto porcentaje de la población. Un número creciente de estudios han informado de alteraciones neuropsicológicas en esta población, que aparentemente contribuyen a la aparición y progresión del trastorno, y qu...
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The complexity of the human mind and its interaction with the environment is one of the main epistemological debates throughout history. Recent ideas, framed as the 4E perspective to cognition, highlight that human experience depends causally on both cerebral and extracranial processes, but also is embedded in a particular sociomaterial context and...
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Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is a silent epidemic that affects people’s cognitive, neurobehavioural and socio-emotional func- tioning, generating impairments that are often invisible, that is, not apparent to the naked eye and difficult to understand. The literature suggests that the invisibility of ABI in addition to a lack of knowledge, misinforma...
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Introduction: The problem of suboptimal adherence to antiretroviral treatment (ART) can be overcome through multidisciplinary management that includes evidence-based psychosocial interventions. Existing reviews focus only on randomized controlled trials, overlooking valuable interventions whose evidence comes from different study designs. This revi...
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Peer support interventions for people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) are widely effective, but their associated time and material costs for the recipient and the health system make them reachable for only a small proportion of PLWHA. Internet-based interventions are an effective alternative for delivering psychosocial interventions for PLWHA as t...
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El desarrollo reciente de las ciencias psicológicas y cerebrales ha avanzado enormemente nuestro entendimiento del fenómeno cognitivo. Para lograr esto, el uso de experimentos de laboratorio ha sido esencial, sin embargo estos experimentos usualmente se encuentran lejanos a la experiencia vivida en el mundo real. Evidencia actual indica que una de...
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La invención de la electroencefalografía (EEG) marcó un hito histórico tecnológico/metodológico que posicionó a la actividad eléctrica cerebral de gran escala como nuevo objeto epistemológico para el estudio de fenómenos cognitivos, inaugurando la subdisciplina de la Electrofisiología Cognitiva. Este documenta una historia breve de la Electrofisiol...
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Specific city features such as environmental noise have been related to psychological distress. The effects of noise — as a health risk variable — might depend on socioeconomic and demographic factors. However, this has not been fully tested yet. The present work explored the relationship between pedestrians’ first-person experience in the presence...
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Recent developments in psychology and neuroscience have greatly advanced our understanding of cognition. But while classical laboratory experiments have been crucial to informing models of brain functioning, these types of experiments generally do not capture the experiences of the real world and therefore lack ecological validity. Due to the natur...
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Urban environments are increasing worldwide, providing access to public facilities. Nevertheless, specific city features such as environmental noise have been related to health detriments. Deleterious effects of noise in health might depend on socioeconomic and demographic factors. The present mixed-method exploratory study examines the relationshi...
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Modern cognitive science is the outcome of a transdisciplinary effort constituting the largest body of work about the mind in human history. These advancements have guided our understanding of the functional role of the agent’s body and context when producing adaptive behaviour and interactions. Thus, cognition is embodied, embedded, extended and e...
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Clinicians and researchers have become increasingly interested in the potential of technology in assisting persons with dementia (PwD). However, several issues have emerged in relation to how studies have conceptualized who the main technology user is (PwD/carer), how technology is used (as compensatory, environment modification, monitoring or retr...

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