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Best Poster Award

HOW DO WE BECOME AWARE OF WHAT (WE THINK) WE SEE? Oscillatory mechanisms of conscious perception Jelena Trajkovic1, Francesco Di Gregorio2, Paolo Di Luzio1, Eleonora Mercantoni1, Alessio Avenanti1, Gregor Thut3, Vincenzo Romei1,4 1 Centro studi e ricerche in Neuroscienze Cognitive, Dipartimento di Psicologia, Alma Mater

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Just published paper

Di Luzio P, Borgomaneri S, Sanchioni S, Tessari A, Romei V. Exposure to first-person shooter videogames is associated with multisensory temporal precision and migraine incidence. Cortex (in press). ABSTRACT Adaptive interactions with the environment require optimal integration and segregation of sensory information. Yet, temporal misalignments in

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Upcoming events

11th November 2020

I will be presenting our new exciting findings at the 7th International conference on Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation with a talk entitled “Enhancing brain connectivity and testing its functional significance through manipulation of Hebbian-like plasticity of targeted networks” as part of the symposium entitled “Enhancing functional

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17th December 2020

Invited talk entitled “Enhancing brain connectivity and testing its functional significance through manipulation of Hebbian-like plasticity of targeted networks” at the CINET (Center for Information and Neural Networks), Osaka University, Japan.

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Transcranial Brain Stimulation in Cognitive Neuroscience Workshop

3rd-4th December 2020

HOW DO WE BECOME AWARE OF WHAT (WE THINK) WE SEE? Oscillatory mechanisms of conscious perception Jelena Trajkovic1, Francesco Di Gregorio2, Paolo Di Luzio1, Eleonora Mercantoni1, Alessio Avenanti1, Gregor Thut3, Vincenzo Romei1,4 1 Centro studi e ricerche in Neuroscienze Cognitive, Dipartimento di Psicologia, Alma Mater

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