Cognitive Neuroscience - Neuropsychology


Raffaella Rumiati

Amount of frontal teaching: 

~15 hours



The aim of the Cognitive Neuroscience - Neuropsychology course will be to show how the investigation of people with impairments of cognition may help to learn more about normal cognitive processes and their neural signatures. It will focus on behavioral, neuroimaging and neuroanatomical studies on special population in human adults and cover the following research topics:

- Higher-level motor processes

- Semantic memory,

- Food perception and eating behaviors,

- Emotion processing

- Numerical Cognition.

The course will be held by Prof. Rumiati and Dr. Aiello.