Il ricevimento di merc. 20 settembre 2017 è annullato.
Prof. Chiara Turati, PhD. She has a permanent position as Associate Professor at the Department of Psychology, UNIMIB. Her research interests focus on early child development, with specific reference to the domain of action understanding and face processing. As Principal Investigator, Chiara Turati coordinated a European Research Council Starting Grant. She is also part of a H2020-MSCA Innovative Training Network. Her contribution to a better understanding of early development has been recognized internationally through more than 50 publications. She coordinates a lab for the study of children’s development through behavioral (visual preference and habituation paradigms) and neuropsychological measures (electroencephalography, EEG; event-related potentials, ERP; electromyography, EMG; skin conductance response, SCR). She now serves as President of the Master Course “Psicologia dello Sviluppo e dei Processi Educativi”.
Addabbo, M., Bolognini, N., Nava, E., & Turati, C. (2016). The Processing of Others' Touch Early in Human Development. Intervento presentato a: XXIV Congresso SIPF 2016, Lucca.Dettaglio
Addabbo, M., Natale, E., Marchis, I., Bolognini, N., & Turati, C. (2014). Shifts of attention triggered by biomechanically possible and impossible hand grasping: ERP evidence from 6-month-old infants. Intervento presentato a: XIX Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Berlin, Germany.Dettaglio
Longhi E, Addabbo M, Senna I, Bolognini N, Tagliabue P, Macchi Cassia V, et al. (2014). Visual perception of human touch early in life. Intervento presentato a: Biennial International Conference on Infant Studies 3-5 July, Berlin, Germany.Dettaglio
Addabbo M, Marchis IC, Longhi E, TagliabueP, & Turati C (2015). Discrimination of dynamic facial expressions in newborns. Intervento presentato a: European Conference on Developmental Psychology, ECDP 8 - 12 September, Braga, Portugal.Dettaglio
Addabbo M, Marchis IC, Longhi E, Tagliabue P, & Turati C (2015). Discrimination of dynamic facial expressions in newborns. Intervento presentato a: Conference on Cognitive Development, BCCCD 8-10 January, Budapest, Hungary.Dettaglio