Bruno Giordani, Ph.D.

Michigan Neuroscience Institute Affiliate
Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry, Neurology, and Psychology
Chief Psychologist of Department of Psychiatry
Senior Director of the Mary A. Rackham Institute (MARI)
Associate Director for Michigan’s Alzheimer’s Disease Center

Dept of Psychiatry
Suite C, 2101 Commonwealth Blvd.


Areas of Interest

  • Clinical neuropsychological and psychological evaluation of children and adults with emphasis on learning and attention disabilities and cognitive impairment associated with neurological disorders and problems such as attention deficit disorder, learning disabilities, psychiatric disturbance, and developmental motor problems
  • Cross-cultural issues in developmental lifespan neuropsychology and assessment
  • Cognitive enhancement through pharmacological and nonpharmacological approaches (e.g., computerized cognitive training, exercise)
  • Neuropharmacological challenges and drug trials in national and international settings
  • Cognitive factors associated with mobility difficulties in older individuals and patients with dementia and clumsiness in young children
  • Identification of early cognitive impairment as revealed by novel approaches to neuropsychological assessment and neuroimaging

Published Articles or Reviews

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