Alice Mado Proverbio

Professore associato, NeuroMi-Milan Center for Neuroscience, Università di Milano-Bicocca

Laureata summa cum laude  in 'Psicologia Sperimentale' dall'Università di Roma “La Sapienza”.  Ha un dottorato di ricerca in Psicologia Generale dall'Università di Padova. Nel corso dei suoi studi ha ricevuto numerosi assegni di ricerca inclusi quelli dal European Science Foundation, dal European Society for Cognitive Psychology”’, dal James McDonnel Foundation for Cognitive Neuroscience, che hanno finanziato il suo training post-dottorato all'Università della California at Davis (Center for Neuroscience, 1993-1994), dove ha lavorato sotto la supervisione del prof. George Ron Mangun. Al suo ritorno dagli USA (1995), le è stata assegnata una borsa di studio dall'Università di Padova e nello stesso anno è diventat ricercatrice scientifica all'Università di Trieste. Ha guidato il 'Laboratorio di elettrofisiologia cognitiva' del Università di Trieste dal 1996 al 2000.

Dal 2001, è Professore associato di Psicobiologia e Psicologia Fisiologica all'Università di Milano-Bicocca, dove insegna Neurosciente Affettive e Cognitive sociali e Neuroscienze Cognitive. Ha fondato il Laboratorio 'Elettrofisiologia Cognitiva' alla stessa Università nel 2003. E' stata consigliere della Società Italiana di Psicofisiologia (SIPF) e membro della Società di Neuroscienze. ha ricevuto l'abilitazione di Professore Ordinario nel 2014.

È autrice di oltre 100 pubblicazione e diversi manuali: (“The cognitive electrophysiology of mind and brain”, Elsevier (2003), “Psicofisiologia cognitiva”, Carocci (2000); “Elettrofisiologia della Mente”, Carocci (2003), “Metodi strumentali nelle Neuroscienze Cognitive: EEG ed ERP”, Aracne editore (2013). 

La sua attività di ricerca si occupa delle basi neurobiologiche della cognizione sociale, le neuroscienze della musica e la neuroestetica, le differenze di genere, le emozioni, i neuroni specchio e l’empatia, la percezione visiva e uditiva, il linguaggio. È editor del Scientific Reports Nature Journal dal 2013.

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During her studies has received numerous research grants including those from the European Science Foundation, the European Society for Cognitive Psychology”’, and the James McDonnel Foundation for Cognitive Neuroscience, which also financed her Post-Doctoral training at the University of California at Davis (Center for Neuroscience, 1993-1994), where she worked under the supervision of prof. George Ron Mangun. Upon returning from the USA (1995), she was granted a post-doctoral scholarship from the University of Padua and on the same year became a research scientist at the University of Trieste. She has guided the University of Trieste’s “Cognitive electrophysiology Laboratory” from 1996 to 2000.

Since 2001, she is Associate Professor of Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology at University of Milano-Bicocca, where she teaches Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  and Cognitive Neuroscience. She founded the “Cognitive Electrophysiology” Lab at the same University in 2003. Alice Mado Proverbio has been Councilor of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology (SIPF), and member of the Society for Neuroscience. She has received the Habilitation as full Professor in 2014.

She is author of more than 1 hundred publications and several handbooks: (“The cognitive electrophysiology of mind and brain”, Elsevier (2003), “Psicofisiologia cognitiva”, Carocci (2000); “Elettrofisiologia della Mente”, Carocci (2003), “Metodi strumentali nelle Neuroscienze Cognitive: EEG ed ERP”, Aracne editore (2013).

Her research activity concerns the neurobiological bases of social cognition, neuroscience of music and neuroaesthetics, gender differences, emotions, mirror neurons and empathy, visual and auditory perception, language. She is Editor at Scientific Reports Nature journal since 2013.

 

Alice Mado Proverbio graduated summa cum laude in “Experimental Psychology” from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.  She has a Ph.D. in General Psychology from the University of Padua. During her studies has received numerous research grants including those from the European Science Foundation, the European Society for Cognitive Psychology”’, and the James McDonnel Foundation for Cognitive Neuroscience, which also financed her Post-Doctoral training at the University of California at Davis (Center for Neuroscience, 1993-1994), where she worked under the supervision of prof. George Ron Mangun. Upon returning from the USA (1995), she was granted a post-doctoral scholarship from the University of Padua and on the same year became a research scientist at the University of Trieste. She has guided the University of Trieste’s “Cognitive electrophysiology Laboratory” from 1996 to 2000. Since 2001, she is Associate Professor of Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology at University of Milano-Bicocca, where she teaches Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience  and Cognitive Neuroscience. She founded the “Cognitive Electrophysiology” Lab at the same University in 2003. Alice Mado Proverbio has been Councilor of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology (SIPF), and member of the Society for Neuroscience. She has received the Habilitation as full Professor in 2014. She is author of more than 1 hundred publications and several handbooks: (“The cognitive electrophysiology of mind and brain”, Elsevier (2003), “Psicofisiologia cognitiva”, Carocci (2000); “Elettrofisiologia della Mente”, Carocci (2003), “Metodi strumentali nelle Neuroscienze Cognitive: EEG ed ERP”, Aracne editore (2013). Her research activity concerns the neurobiological bases of social cognition, neuroscience of music and neuroaesthetics, gender differences, emotions, mirror neurons and empathy, visual and auditory perception, language. She is Editor at Scientific Reports Nature journal since 2013.

Keywords: 
Pregiudizi, Gender bias, Neuroscienze, Mente e cervello, Cervello morale
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