She is a post-doctoral fellow in the Attention, Perception and Aging Group, where her current research activity mainly focuses on cognitive aging.
To this aim, she is investigating the effects of aging on multiple object processing and the possibility to train such ability, using both behavioral and electrophysiological measures (i.e. ERPs, brain oscillations).
She completed her PhD at University of Verona, where she studied the neural bases of visual perception and awareness in both healthy participants and hemianopic patients.
She is also collaborating in a project employing multi-domain cognitive trainings addressed to healthy elderly.
He is a bachelor research assistant. His main interests are the study of consciousness and its neural substrates, and the employment of attentional resources in cognitive tasks.