We study the interactive neurocognitive systems underlying Selective Attention and Motivated Cognition.
We are based at the Department of Neurological and Movement Sciences - Section of Physiology and Psychology, at the University of Verona, Italy.
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January 16th 2013
Nexus member Dr. Chiara Della Libera was mentioned in an article appearing in the web magazine Focus.it as one of the most promising Italian young cognitive neuroscientists.
(read the article, in Italian)
January 14th 2013
We are proud to announce that Nexus member Dr. Ilaria Sani was designated as the winner of the Valentino Braitenberg Award for Cognitive Neuroscience 2012 (further details)
Press release of the paper "Costly Filtering of Potential Distraction: Evidence for a Supramodal Mechanism" by Marini, F, Chelazzi L, and Maravita A., in press on The Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
If you are interested in our research and wish to join our lab as post-docs, please consider the possibility to apply to the European Marie-Curie program, the Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP Long-Term Fellowships) or other international programs for the mobility of researchers.
You are welcome to contact Prof. Leonardo Chelazzi to discuss your specific research interests and background.
We are currently searching for students in Psychology or Biology willing to spend their post-graduate apprenticeship working with us.
For more information please contact Prof. Leonardo Chelazzi or Dr. Chiara Della Libera.
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