PROVERBIO ALICE MADO

Role: 
Associate professor
Academic disciplines: 
PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY (M-PSI/02)
Works in: 
DIPARTIMENTO DI PSICOLOGIA
Telephone : 
0264483755
Room: 
U06, Piano: P03, Stanza: 3040
Piazza dell'Ateneo Nuovo 1 - 20126 MILANO
Reception Hours: 

Prof Proverbio meets visitors and students on Monday 9:00-10:00

Teaching

A.A.: 2020/2021

  • NEURO-FUNCTIONAL BASIS OF COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSES
  • RESEARCH METHODS IN COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
  • NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS FOR THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

A.A.: 2019/2020

  • NEURO-FUNCTIONAL BASIS OF COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSES
  • RESEARCH METHODS IN COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
  • NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL METHODS FOR THE STUDY OF BEHAVIOR
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

A.A.: 2018/2019

  • NEURO-FUNCTIONAL BASIS OF COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSES
  • RESEARCH METHODS IN COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

A.A.: 2017/2018

  • NEURO-FUNCTIONAL BASIS OF COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSES
  • RESEARCH METHODS IN COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

A.A.: 2016/2017

  • NEURO-FUNCTIONAL BASIS OF COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSES
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
  • PSYCHOBIOLOGY OF BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS

A.A.: 2015/2016

  • Life-span psychobiolog"
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

Pubblicazioni

  • Orlandi, A., D'Incà, S., & Proverbio, A. (2020). Muscular effort coding in action representation in ballet dancers and controls: Electrophysiological evidence. BRAIN RESEARCH, 1733, 146712. Detail
  • Proverbio, A., Camporeale, E., & Brusa, A. (2020). Multimodal Recognition of Emotions in Music and Facial Expressions. FRONTIERS IN HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE, 14. Detail
  • Orlandi, A., & Proverbio, A. (2019). Left-hemispheric asymmetry for object-based attention: An ERP study. BRAIN SCIENCES, 9(11). Detail
  • Proverbio, A., Vanutelli, M., & Viganò, S. (2019). Remembering faces: The effects of emotional valence and temporal recency. BRAIN AND COGNITION, 135. Detail
  • Proverbio, A., & Carminati, M. (2019). Finger-counting observation interferes with number processing. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 131, 275-284. Detail