Minds, brains, consciousness
How does the brain, as an electrical and biological machine, represent concepts and construct thoughts?
Declarative memory, conceptual spaces, low-dimensional cognitive maps
Language, visual spatial attention and the cognitive neuroscience of blindness.
Conceptual processing, language, memory, health behaviors, and spatial cognition.
Low-dimensional representations of abstract tasks; reasoning, and memory
The spatial representation of abstract knowledge in sighted and blind.
Knowledge representations and navigation, multivariate methods for the analysis of neuroimaging data.
Navigation of physical an conceptual spaces, representation of semantic knowledge.
Spatial organizations of conceptual knowledge as internal models of the environment.
Neural representations underlying navigation in space (allocentric, egocentric) and in non-spatial domains (e.g., time).
Debottam Kundu (Research Assistant)
Anna D'urso (Research Assistant)
Christian Mangione (Research Assistant)
Debora Spagnolo (Research Assistant)