I study the interaction of perception, attention, memory and action within a cognitive neuroscience framework. While most studies of perception are based on responses to an unpredictable abstract stimulus, with steady fixation, my work examines the way that perception interacts with context, action (particularly eye movements), memory, emotion and tasks constraints.
Autonomous Province of Trento (PAT) 'Grandi Progetti' Grant: Characterizing and improving brain mechanisms of attention (ATTEND).
European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant: Construction of Perceptual Space-Time (CoPeST).
Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology (Perception/Motor Perf.), American Psychological Association (2011)
Head of the Doctoral School in Cognitive and Brain Sciences (2010 – 2014)
Coordinator, Masters in Cognitive Science CN Program (2009 - 2014)
Co-editor of the book Art and the Senses (Oxford University Press, 2012)
Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Vision (2013 - present) and Perception/i-Perception (2016-present).
Member of the editor board, perception and iperception (2016 - present).
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With a background in international development work (for the Italian Foreign Office and the U.N. in Bosnia and not-for-profit organisations in Italy, the UK and Kosovo), and languages (bilingual Italian-English, fluent German and French and good Serbo-Croatian), I find it stimulating to work in CIMeC’s international environment, especially on foreign grants.
I currently manage David Melcher’s ERC grant 'Construction of Perceptual Space Time' (CoPeST), Olivier Collignon's ERC grant 'Mapping the Deprived Visual System: Cracking function for prediction' (MADVIS) and Giorgio Coricelli's consolidator ERC grant 'Transfer Learning within and between brains' (TRANSFER-LEARNING).
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I obtained my Master's in Cognitive Science at the University of Trento and my B.A. in Psychology from Cleveland State University, where I was also a research assistant at Naohide Yamamoto's Spatial Cognition and Navigation Lab.
I am currently a PhD student in Prof. David Melcher's Active Perception Lab, also working on a series of experiments that investigate the construction of perceptual space-time (ERC CoPeST Project).
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