Call for Abstract

International Conference on Cognitive Development and Human Resilience, will be organized around the theme “Innovative Approach to Nurture a Healthy Brain”

Human Resilience 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Human Resilience 2019

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Piaget’s theory of cognitive development
  • Track 1-2Sapir–Whorf hypothesis
  • Track 1-3Quinnian bootstrapping hypothesis
  • Track 1-4Other theoretical perspectives on cognitive development
  • Track 1-5Speculated core systems of cognition
  • Track 1-6 Attention, Learning, Memory
  • Track 1-7Object Recognition
  • Track 1-8Executive Function
  • Track 1-9Visual Statistical Learning
  • Track 1-10Motor Development
  • Track 1-11Spatial and Numerical Knowledge
  • Track 1-12Parent-Child Relationships
  • Track 1-13Social Cognition and Social Learning
  • Track 1-14Psychological and Moral Reasoning
  • Track 1-15Cultural influences
  • Track 1-16Linguistic and Conceptual Development
  • Track 1-17Biological Processes: Psychophysiology,Neuroscience and Genetics
  • Track 1-18Biological Processes: Psychophysiology
  • Track 1-19Developmental Psychopathology
  • Track 1-20Nature versus nurture
  • Track 1-21Recent findings in infant cognition
  • Track 1-22Technology, Media & Child Development
  • Track 2-1Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Track 2-2Cognitive Processing
  • Track 2-3Critical Thinking
  • Track 2-4Collective Intelligence
  • Track 2-5Intra-personal Communication
  • Track 2-6Verbal behaviour
  • Track 2-7Psychophysics
  • Track 2-8Mental Models
  • Track 2-9Cognition in Diverse Environment
  • Track 3-1Neuro-psychology
  • Track 3-2Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
  • Track 3-3Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience
  • Track 3-4Cultural Neuroscience
  • Track 3-5Technology, Media & Child Development
  • Track 3-6Brain Injury
  • Track 4-1Attention, Learning, Memory
  • Track 4-2Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Track 4-3Mood Disorders
  • Track 5-1Cross-cultural Psychiatry
  • Track 5-2Social Psychology
  • Track 5-3Psychology and Neuroscience
  • Track 5-4Pediatric Psychiatry
  • Track 5-5Counseling Psychology
  • Track 5-6Educational and Developmental Psychology
  • Track 6-1Resilience and Well-Being
  • Track 6-2Stress Inoculation Training
  • Track 6-3Moral Reconation Therapy
  • Track 6-4CBT for Suicide Prevention
  • Track 7-1Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Track 7-2Parkinson’s disease
  • Track 7-3Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Track 7-4Lewy body disease
  • Track 7-5Huntington disease
  • Track 7-6Alzheimer disease
  • Track 7-7Down Syndrome
  • Track 7-8Major Neurological Disorder(Dementia)
  • Track 7-9Delirium
  • Track 7-10Learning Disabilities
  • Track 7-11Prion Disease
  • Track 8-1Modular Models
  • Track 8-2Comprehensive Programs
  • Track 8-3Restorative Treatments
  • Track 8-4Compensatory Treatments
  • Track 8-5Contextualized and Decontextualized Treatments
  • Track 8-6Complex Interventions
  • Track 9-1Veterans Resilience
  • Track 9-2Climate Change and Human Psychology
  • Track 9-3Different Biological Models
  • Track 9-4Resilience after Disasters
  • Track 9-5Resilience and the Community
  • Track 9-6Resilience and the Family
  • Track 9-7Resilience and the Individual
  • Track 9-8Traumatic Stress Resilience
  • Track 9-9Psychiatric Emergency
  • Track 9-10Psychiatric and Psychological Rehabilitation
  • Track 9-11Theory of Human Resilience
  • Track 10-1Latest Findings & Clinical Trials
  • Track 10-2Science of Resilience
  • Track 10-3Determinants of Resilience
  • Track 10-4Resilience Research