Neuropsychological Health Technologies


  • Svitlana Hryshchenko T.H. Shevchenko National University «Chernihiv Collehium»
  • Nataliia Beseda Mariupol State University
  • Volodymyr Slobodianyk Lviv State University of Life Safety
  • Myroslava Kulesha-Liubinets Vasyl Stefanyk Preсarpathian National University
  • Oksana Bashtovenko State University of Humanities
  • Olena Tryfonova V.O. Sukhomlynskyi National University of Mykolaiv



Neuropsychological methods, neuropsychological diagnosis, child, adult, learning and activity, mental functions, brain, interhemispheric interaction, neuropsychological correction, visualization, kinesiological exercises


The article reveals the problem of neuropsychological technologies for maintaining, strengthening and developing human health from early to adulthood as a set of corrective and developmental measures to ensure the relationship of an optimal level of a functional brain function with efficiency and learning - conditions of well-being and quality of a life in different age groups. . The functional role of neuropsychological health technologies is reflected. Within the objectives of the article, an attempt is made to define health as a condition for effectiveness in learning and activities, a sense of comfort through the optimal provision of an interhemispheric interaction and the development of higher mental functions. Neuropsychological health technologies are primarily concerned with the prevention of a nervous exhaustion, mental retardation and neuropsychological corrective effects. The professional tasks of a modern neuropsychologist of an international level should serve needs of the individual subject of their own life with the value of maintaining and developing health, in a person-centered humanistic approach. Implementation of neuropsychological technologies of preservation, strengthening and development of health requires competent neuropsychological and subject (personality-oriented) humanistic approaches taking into account individual features of the subject of interaction with the specialist of a neuropsychological professional training, specifics of a  neuropsychological problem and social demands for values to preserve, strengthen and develop, above all, physical and mental health.

Author Biographies

Svitlana Hryshchenko, T.H. Shevchenko National University «Chernihiv Collehium»

Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Full Professor Professor of the Department of Social Work and Educational and Pedagogical Sciences

Nataliia Beseda, Mariupol State University

PhD degree in Pedagogy, Assistant professor, Assistant professor of the Department of Physical Education, Sport and Human Health

Volodymyr Slobodianyk, Lviv State University of Life Safety

Candidate of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Institute of Postgraduate Education

Myroslava Kulesha-Liubinets, Vasyl Stefanyk Preсarpathian National University

PhD (Psychology), Associate Professor,  Department of General and Clinical Psychology

Oksana Bashtovenko, State University of Humanities

Associete Professor, Candidate of Biological Sciences

Olena Tryfonova, V.O. Sukhomlynskyi National University of Mykolaiv

Doctor of Science in Pedagogy , Full Professor, Professor of the Department of  Pre-school Education


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How to Cite

Hryshchenko, S., Beseda, N., Slobodianyk, V., Kulesha-Liubinets, M., Bashtovenko, O., & Tryfonova, O. (2022). Neuropsychological Health Technologies. BRAIN. Broad Research in Artificial Intelligence and Neuroscience, 13(3), 166-180.

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