Activités de recherche
Our group conducts three main domains of ongoing research :
- Study of social and emotional behaviour in neurodevelopmental disorders (Down syndrome; Williams syndrome, X-fragile, Autism).
- Inhibition and emotional regulation in children (preterm children, children with attentional disorders, hyperactivity).
- Study of specific neuropsychological disorders related to visuo-perceptual, visuo-spatial and executive fonctions deficits in children.
Relationship Between Mindfulness, Psychopathological Symptoms, and Academic Performance in University Students.
Vorontsova-Wenger O , Ghisletta P , Ababkov V , Barisnikov K
Psychological reports - Jan 2020
Social adaptive skills and psychopathology in adults with intellectual disabilities of non-specific origin and those with Down syndrome.
Barisnikov K , Straccia C
Research in developmental disabilities - Apr 2019
Relation between processing facial identity and emotional expression in typically developing school-age children and those with Down syndrome.
Barisnikov K , Thomasson M , Stutzmann J , Lejeune F
Applied neuropsychology. Child - 2020
Preterm infant showed better object handling skills in a neonatal intensive care unit during silence than with a recorded female voice.
Lejeune F , Brand LA , Palama A , Parra J , Marcus L , Barisnikov K , Debillon T , Gentaz E , Berne-Audéoud F
Acta paediatrica (Oslo, Norway : 1992) - 03 2019
Faculté de psychologie et sciences de l’éducation
Université de Genève