TEACHING: General Psychology and Neuro-Cognitive Basis of Learning (Module 2)

Angela Ciaramidaro, is a researcher at Unimore at the Department of Education and Human Sciences. She graduated in psychology at the University of Turin where she received her doctorate in Cognitive Sciences. After the doctorate he worked as a post doc at the Brain-Imaging Center of the University of Frankfurt. Before becoming a researcher at Unimore, she spent two years at the Sapienza University of Rome at the bioengineering department.
His research interests include the study of the neuro-cognitive mechanisms of different functions of social cognition, in particular on the ability to read the intentions and emotions of others. Functional magnetic resonance imaging and dual electroencephalogram are the techniques used to investigate these functions in healthy subjects but also in neuropsychiatric patients.