Senior Researcher, Head of Neurophysiology and Neuromodulation Laboratory, Head of Line 2
Giorgio Arcara was born in 1982.
He received his degree in Psychology at the University of Padova (Italy) in 2005.
At the same University he completed a one-year MsC (master post-lauream) in Clinical NeuropsychologyHe received his degree in Psychology at the University of Padova (Italy) in 2005. and in 2010 got a PhD in Psychological Science, with a thesis on Neuroscience of Language.
Giorgio is now the Noninvasive Neurophysiology lab coordinator and it is involved in several national and international projects on cognitive neuroscience and cognitive neuropsychology.
He is teacher of advanced statistical methods for research in psychological science and neuroscience.
Giorgio’s research is focused on two main aspects: methodology of clinical neuropsychology and neuroscience of language.
In his research he mainly employs neurophysiological techniques (EEG and MEG) and is involved in the methodological developments of new tools to improve both research and clinics.
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