What's New

May 2020 
March 2020 

WHAT ABOUT US? 

The British Psychological Society Journal talks about the interesting project carried out by Elena Nava, researcher of the Department of Psychology of the Milano-Bicocca University,

and Ana Tajadura-Jiménez, researcher at the University Carlos III of Madrid,

 about bodily Illusion in children and adults. 


Learn more about them: 
 

https://digest.bps.org.uk/2020/03/19/this-weird-sound-induced-illusion-makes-you-feel-that-your-finger-has-grown-longer/?fbclid=IwAR2fdfJ70QPuZw-6k2WjhuPX1oS34T2nAdhGm5aRwAE0vuHxlSmoMag1rfU

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-59979-0?fbclid=IwAR1TSQ4GbWTE7vVZeUH54YDyZpUpBXpA3HgxWg2b591PJbPoKDLpqrpY4cM

WHAT ABOUT US? 

A new interesting research Project, conducted by researchers of the Bicocca Child&Baby Lab, published in the Newspaper of Varese. 

"Emotions of children influenced by subliminal messages already at 3 months of age"

 

Learn more about it: 

https://www.varesenews.it/2020/05/emotions-of-children-influenced-by-subliminal-messages-already-at-3-months-of-age/928775/


 

December 2019

The LAB's activities:

In a recent interview for State of Mind (The journal of psychological sciences), Prof. Hermann Bulf tells the reader about the early development of the human mind, and the research we conduct at the MinDevLab.

 

Here's the link to the interview: https://www.stateofmind.it/2019/11/bambini-ricerca-intervista-bulf/

WHAT ABOUT US? 

Mamme a Milano Magazine interviewed  Prof. Chiara Turati!

Here, the link of article entitled  "La mente dei bambini: ricerca all’avanguardia a Milano"

https://www.mammeamilano.com/la-mente-dei-bambini-ricerca-milano/

AT DINNER WITH DAVID LEWKOWICZ 

5 November 2019

 Dinner with David Lewkowicz after his beautiful seminar about multisensory processing in language development

September 2019

 EUROPEAN RESEARCHERS' NIGHT

27th September, 2019

Many activities with MinDevLab reseacrhers that work on Europeans' projects . 

The sharing of knowledge is an integral and fundamental part  to reliaze innovative projects! 

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Our amazing  Julia Mermier & Victoria Licht, Ph.D. students, have talked about NEW interesting studies.

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowship, Project MOTION 

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Ermanno Quadrelli, Ph.D,  with his "beloved" EEG system to record electrophysiological brain response. 

Margaret Addabbo, Ph.D.,  has asked people in the audience to answer to the following question:

 

How do newborns perceive the world around him? 

Do you know the answer?

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Not only lab activities!

 Speed date with Prof. Chiara Turati to deeper understand the babies' mind.

May 2018

The MindDev Lab has been invited by Vi.Be Music school to present the research titled :  

"Behind the music: the effect of musical practice on visual sequences learning abilities in children"

 

within of the series of meetings

" Reading and understanding the present to imagine the future"   

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September 2018

On Friday, 28th of September our lab was at the OPEN NIGHT event, hosted in Milan for the European Researchers' Night at the National Museum of Science and Technology 'Leonardo da Vinci'. 

 

Dr. Elena Nava gave a presentation on how adults and children brains automatically integrate information from multiple sensory modalities sometimes creating multisensory illusions, followed by an interactive session with games for children and adults.

 

 

June/July 2018

The MinDev Lab attended the International Congress of Infant Studies in Philadelphia (PA)

from June 30th to July 3rd, 2018.

These are the posters that we presented:

October 2017

Interview with Prof. Chiara Turati on the role of experience in face recognition.

September 2017
MeetMe Tonight

Our lab took part, on the 29th of September 2017, at the MeetMe Tonight, event hosted in Milan for the European Researchers' Night, a Europe-wide public event dedicated to popular science and fun learning.

March 2017
La Repubblica, 20 March 2017

Journalist Paola Emilia Cicerone described our lab's work on this newspaper article:

 

Links

Radio interview (in Italian) with Prof. Macchi Cassia on the role of early experience and plasticity predicting adult face processing.

Intervista - Viola Macchi Cassia
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