Elena Rigon was born in Venice (VE) in 1994. In 2016 she obtained a three-year degree in Cognitive and Psychobiological Psychological Sciences at the University of Padua, with a thesis on Developmental Dyscalculia and arithmetic difficulties.
She continued her training at the University of Padua, where in 2018 she obtained a master’s degree in Neuroscience and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation with an experimental thesis on the Number Sense and Calculation Skills in typical development.
She is currently enrolled in the school of constructivist psychotherapy, at the Institute of Constructivist Psychology in Padua.
Her main expertise concerns the neuropsychological and clinical assessment of patients with outcomes of cerebrovascular and neurodegenerative pathologies.
She is interested in individual and group rehabilitation treatment protocols, both conventional and in telerehabilitation.
She currently carries out research support activities at the Hospital’s Neuropsychology Laboratory.
Elena is mainly interested in applied neuropsychology.
In particular, the study of cognitive-behavioral deficits and neuronal correlates in patients with neurological diseases, in terms of evaluation and rehabilitation.