- 2016-present: PhD, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.
- 2006-2009: MSc, University of Catania, Italy.
- 2002-2009: Bsc Psychological Sciences and Techniqes, University of Catania, Italy.
I am particularly interested in the differences between event-based and time-based prospective memory, in terms of underlying cognitive processes.
Effects of emotionally charged material on cognition, as well as affective states (mood).
Everyday life cognition
Studying cognitive processing outside the lab, in naturalistic settings.
Neural basis of cognition.
I am currently doing research on the effects of mood and aging on different Prospective Memory tasks (event- and time-based), in the laboratory and in everyday life, under the supervision of Dr. Katharina Schnitzspahn and Prof. Louise Phillips.
PhD Scholarship awarded September 2016-2019 by the University of Aberdeen, College of Life Sciences and Medicine.
Guarantors of Brain, £800 - awarded to present at the International Conference of Prospective Memory in Melbourne, 3-6 January 2018.
Grindley Grant, £500 - awarded to present at the International Conference of Prospective Memory in Melbourne, 3-6 January 2018.
- Level 1: Introductory Psychology I: Concepts and Theory.
- Level 1: Introductory Psychology I: Methods and Applications.
- Mres: R drop-in sessions (ANOVA, Multiple regression).