Luis E Aguerrevere


Dr. Luis E Aguerrevere is the Director of the Human Neuroscience Laboratory in the Human Services Department at Stephen F. Austin State University. He is from Barquisimeto, Venezuela. He completed his B.S. in Psychology from Tennessee Technological University and M.S. and Ph.D. in Applied Biopsychology from the University of New Orleans. His general interest is the examination of the biopsychological factors that contribute to task performance, chronic pain, and post-concussion syndrome. In specific, Dr. Aguerrevere's areas of research are somatization malingering differentiation, neuropsychological and neurophysiological assessment, and the experimental validation of Neurotherapy Dr. Aguerrevere current projects examine the relationship between central and peripheral nervous systems activity in tasks that require cognitive effort, reports of disproportionate psychological symptoms and pain, and poor recovery after an injury. Dr. Aguerrevere research suggests a possible explanation for how psychophysiological and psychological factors influence outcome following an illness or injury.

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His research interest mainly focus Somatization malingering differentiation, neuropsychological and neurophysiological assessment, and the experimental validation of Neurotherapy.

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