Giuseppe A. Chiarenza, PhD
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2012-current,  Prof. Giuseppe A. Chiarenza is the  Founder and President of the International Center of learning, attention and hyperactivity disorders, 2003-2011, Director of the Department of Mental Health and Infancy Neuropsychiatry, Az. Osp. “G. Salvini”, Garbagnate Milanese, Milano; 2000-2011 Professor, Catholic University, Piacenza; 1993-2011 Director of Infancy Neuropsychiatry and Director of the Operative Unit of Child and Adolescent Neuropsychiatry, Rho Hospital; 1974-1993 senior researcher at the Institute of Infancy Neuropsychiatry, University of Milan.

Fields of interest: Developmental neuropsychology and neurophysiology in normal conditions and in learning disabilities, particularly dyslexia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Analysis of electrical brain responses (electroencephalography – EEG and event-related potentials – ERPs) in combination with neuropsychological tasks for the investigation of brain cognitive processes.

Editorial functions: 1993-2011 Member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Psychophysiology.

Social positions 2010-until today President of the International Organization of Psychophysiology.

Over 260 papers and book chapters in national and international peer-reviewed journals.

Member of several national and international scientific societies.

He has been Chairman of the 9th World Congress of the International Organization of Psychophysiology, held in Taormina, Italy – Sept. 1998 and of the 16th World Congress of the International Organization of Psychophysiology, held in Pisa, Italy – Sept. 2012.

Giuseppe Chiarenza Workshop Information

  • Guiseppe Chiarenza Giuseppe Augusto Chiarenza, MD, child neurologist, child psychiatrist, and neurologist, teaches at Catholic University Piacenza, Faculty Science of Education. Founder and President of the Centro Internazionale Disturbi Apprendimento, Attenzione e Iperattività (CIDAAI, International Center of learning, attention and hyperactivity disorders), President of the International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP), Past-President of Psychoneurobiology Section – World ...
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