We study the interactive neurocognitive systems underlying Selective Attention and Motivated Cognition.

We have laboratories dedicated to behavioral, TMS and eye-movement studies on human subjects, as well as neurophysiology labs for single and multi-unit recordings from behaving non human primates.


We are based at the Department of Neurosciences, Biomedicine and Movement Sciences - Section of Physiology and Psychology, at the University of Verona, Italy.

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Prof. Leonardo Chelazzi, MD, PhD
Principal Investigator
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Chiara Della Libera, PhD
Assistant Professor
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Elisa Santandrea, PhD
Post doctoral fellow
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Carlotta Lega, PhD
Post doctoral fellow - joint supervision with Dr Luigi Cattaneo
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Valeria Di Caro
PhD Student in Neuroscience, Psychological and Psychiatric Sciences
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Oscar Ferrante
PhD Student in Neuroscience, Psychological and Psychiatric Sciences
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Alessia Patacca
PhD Student in Neuroscience, Psychological and Psychiatric Sciences
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Francesca Massella
Master student and research assistant





Daniele Paltrinieri
Research assistant
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Emanuela Bricolo
Riccardo Calletti
Luana Caselli
Valeria Colavito
Jana Estocinova
Alessandra Fanini
Marco Forghieri
Tiziana Gianesini
Ashkan Golzar
Bjoerg E. Kilavik
Anna E. Ipata
Giovanni Mirabella
Elizabeth J. Moores
Andrea Perlato
Paola Ricciardelli
Hideki Tanaka