Paulina Sofía Arango Uribe, Doctorado

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    Assistant Professor at the Psychology Department of Universidad de los Andes (Chile), Academic Director of the Master program in Pediatric Neuropsychology, and Director of the Neurodevelopment Program at the San Bernardo Mental Health Center (Santiago, Chile). PhD in Psychology from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Psychologist from Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (Medellín - Colombia). Specialist in Cognitive Therapy from the University of San Buenaventura (Medellín - Colombia) and specialist in Children with an emphasis in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Child Neuropsychology from Universidad de Antioquia (Medellín - Colombia). She currently leads the Neurodevelopment team of the Psychology School at Universidad de los Andes (Chile) and leads the line of research in families and caregivers of people with intellectual disabilities.

    Research Interests

    Her research interests also include cognitive development in children with neurodevelopmental disorders, and cognitive assessment. She is the main researcher of the Project "Cuida2: Training program for caregivers of people with intellectual disabilities" financed by the Isabel Aninat Foundation and the National Disability Service (SENADIS). In addition, she is co-researcher of the projects "PaísDI: Program for social participation in intellectual disability" financed by the National Disability Service (SENADIS), and "Development of iPad games for language evaluation in children with concussions", financed by funds from University of Maryland (USA).

    External positions

    Associate Researcher, Instituto Milenio para la Investigación del Cuidado (MICARE)

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