PhD Student

PhD program:: XXXVI

supervisor: Prof. Matteo Candidi

During my previous research experience, I used electroencephalography (EEG) to investigate the neural correlates of action monitoring and action observation in a minimally interactive scenario. Specifically, I focused on the neural correlates of error processing (i.e. Error-related Negativity, Midfrontal Theta) and on the modulation of parieto-occipital activity related to action and motion observation. Throughout my PhD, I have been investigating the modulatory role of interactions on multisensory integration processes. Generally, I am interested in time-series data and social interactions, with a focus on sensorimotor and cognitive processes investigated through univariate and multivariate analysis.

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