Miss Giusi Pollicina

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Research interests

I am interested in neuroimaging, cognitive neuroscience of vision, object recognition and multisensory integration. My current research will employ behavioural methods, fMRI and a combination of fMRI and TMS to investigate the influence of auditory information on the early visual cortex. During my masters’ programme, I completed a one-year project on the neural basis of familiar face processing using fMRI and behavioural tasks.

Teaching

I currently teach undergraduate seminars to second year psychology students. The seminars cover a wide range of topics, such as Brain and Behaviour (PS2061), Social Psychology (PS2030), Developmental Psychology (PS2040), Conceptual Issues in Psychology (PS2080), Personality and Individual Differences (PS2050), and Cognitive Psychology (PS2021).

 

Educational background

I completed a MPsych in Psychology at University of York, with a focus on Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging (2014-2018).

 

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