PhD student, Science, Cognition and Technology, University of Bologna (2013-).
CIS – Department of Philosophy and Communication
University of Bologna
Via Azzo Gardino 23
40122 Bologna, Italy
Tel. +39 051 209 2218
PhD. Science, cognition and technology, University of Bologna, Italy, 2013-
M.A., Philosophical Sciences, University of Bologna, Italy, 2012.
B.A., Philosophy, University of Bologna, Italy, 2005.
Primary: psycholinguistics, cognitive psychology (perception & concepts).
Secondary: logic, philosophy of language.
Grants and honours
Doctoral fellowship, University of Bologna, 2013-2016.
Magna cum laude, University of Bologna, 2012.
Magna cum laude, University of Bologna, 2005.
Teaching Assistant, Department of Philosophy and Communication & Department of Psychology, University of Bologna, 2010 and 2014 - Philosophy of Language & Psycholinguistics seminars.
Visiting PhD Student at the School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Psychology City University London October 2014 - June 2015 (working under the supervision of Professor James Hampton on categorisation, similarity and computational and mathematical modeling in cognition).
Occasional Reviewer Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2015.
2014 AIP, XX Congresso Nazionale della sezione di Psicologia sperimentale, oral presentation: Il Modality-switch Effect in uno studio sui concetti: evidenze a favore di un priming percettivo di tipo linguistico. Pavia, Italy, September 15-17.
2015 EPS Workshop, Language in context, poster presentation: The modality-switch effect: New insights from language processing. London, UK, January 10-11.
2015 AIP, XXI Congresso Nazionale della sezione di Psicologia sperimentale, oral presentation: Il ruolo della modalità del contenuto e del modo di presentazione dello stimolo nella determinazione del modality-switch effect. Rovereto, Italy, September 10-12.
2015 ESCoP, 19th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, poster presentation: Visually and aurally presented prime sentences automatically activate our senses. Paphos, Cyprus, September 17-20.
Scerrati, E., Baroni, G., Borghi, A.M., Galatolo, R., Lugli, L., Nicoletti, R. (2015). The modality-switch effect: Visually and aurally presented prime sentences activate our senses, Frontiers in Psychology http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01668
2013 Cognitive Science Summer School, NBU, Sofia, July 8-27.
2012 Summer School of Logic, University of Milan, Italy, August, 19-25.
2011 Summer School of Logic, University of Milan, Italy, August, 22-27.
Italian (native); English (QCER B2); French (good working knowledge).
Operating systems: Microsoft Windows (XP, Windows 8), Android.
Proficient in Word, Excel, Adobe Reader and PowerPoint, SPSS, R, E-Prime, Qualtrics, MatLab.