Difficulties in functions such as memory, attention, language, and behavior are key symptoms in various neurological and psychiatric disorders. Thus, it is now known that in certain neurological diseases whose symptoms are mainly motor, cognitive and behavioral failures also play an important role (eg, Parkinson’s disease). It is the objective of the Neuropsychology Research Laboratory to contribute to the understanding of cognitive and mental functioning in various neurological pathologies – including Alzheimer’s disease, cerebrovascular disease, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy – and psychiatric – such as Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Attention Deficit and Schizophrenia, among others. Our team aims not only at the description of cognitive failures in these pathologies but also at the design of tools for the detection of such difficulties early and for the generation of treatment and rehabilitation strategies. The approach to this type of pathology is carried out from different perspectives that are integrated into an interdisciplinary framework, including neuropsychological, occupational, clinical, functional, and physiological measures.