Scientific Program

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 10th International Conference on Mental Health and Human Resilience Berlin, Germany.

Day 1 :

Mental Health 2022 International Conference Keynote Speaker Azadeh Dindarian photo
Biography:

Azadeh Dindarian, is social impact entrepreneur, she is the founder for KRATOSapp, an app to prevent metal illness crises in teens. She holds PhD, in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Manchester and worked in Research and Development, innovation and digitalisation in Green technology, sustainability, smart city and project management. Using her expertise in innovation and digitalisation, she is building KRATOSapp with help of interdisciplinary team to streamline the access to mental health resource for teens and families.

 

Abstract:

According to WHO 1 in 7 teenagers experience mental health difficulties globally. In Germany, 1 in 4 children experiences mental health difficulties. Research has shown that 50% of the mental illness occurs by the age of fourteen and almost 70% of adolescents don't get the treatment needed to combat the illness. In addition, the suicide rate is on the rise. Adolescent mental illnesses are affecting not only the person who is going through the illness but also their family members as well as society. For example, the productivity of parents with kids diagnosed with mental illness is reduced by 55%, resulting in a loss of income.

Mental Health 2022 International Conference Keynote Speaker Luis Moya Albiol photo
Biography:

Luis Moya Albiol is Full Professor of the Department of Psychobiology in the University of Valencia (Spain). His PhD in Psychology and Neurosciences was qualified of cum laude and awarded due to its exceptionality. He is the director of the first world Master in Neurocriminology and teaches in both Psychology and Criminology graduate and postgraduate studies. He is the main researcher of a scientific team focused of Social Neuroscience, concretely in subjects as social stress, violence, cooperation and empathy. He has published more than 200 papers in reputed journals, together with several scientific and informative books. He is very involved in both the transfer and the exchange of knowledge, which is why he has promoted agreements and collaborations with associations, companies and other universities. It is also distinguished by its contribution to the dissemination of science in television, radio, specialized magazines and the press.

 

Abstract:

The current study investigates possible hormonal   markers associated with criminogenic factors in Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) perpetration. Empathy deficits have been proposed to be important for IPV perpetration and maintenance. Alterations understanding partner's thoughts and feelings might prone to IPV by promoting affective distress dealing with emotional conflicts. Notably, IPV perpetrators have shown a differential change in specific salivary hormones such as oxytocin (sOXT), testosterone (sT), and cortisol (sC), following empathic induction and social stress tasks in comparison with non-violent men. However, the influence of empathic deficits in above-mentioned hormones following an emotion-induction task in IPV perpetrators remains unclear.

Mental Health 2022 International Conference Keynote Speaker Luis Moya Albiol  photo
Biography:

Luis Moya Albiol is Full Professor of the Department of Psychobiology in the University of Valencia (Spain). His PhD in Psychology and Neurosciences was qualified of cum laude and awarded due to its exceptionality. He is the director of the first world Master in Neurocriminology and teach in both Psychology and Criminology graduate and postgraduate studies. He is the main researcher of a scientific team focused of Social Neuroscience, concretely in subjects as social stress, violence, cooperation and empathy. He has published more than 200 papers in reputed journals, together with several scientific and informative books. He is very involved in both the transfer and the exchange of knowledge, which is why he has promoted agreements and collaborations with associations, companies and other universities. It is also distinguished by its contribution to the dissemination of science in television, radio, specialized magazines and the press

Abstract:

The current study investigates possible neuropsychological markers associated with neurocriminogenic factor in IntimatePartnerViolence (IPV) perpetration. Current studies revealed that men condemned for IPV show deficits in their capacity to empathize. Empathy is a cognitive-affective ability, associated with the mirror neuron system, and its deterioration is associated with violent behaviors. It activates both when individuals perform an action, and when they observe others performing the same action, affecting therefore, the tendency to automatically imitate and synchronize facial expressions with the interlocutor. Ergo, the implementation of an instrument of facial recognition of emotions could be a reliable option to evaluate the empathic response