Archivi autore: Davide Crepaldi

Join the Crepaldi lab at SISSA!

A new postdoctoral position is available in the lab, to work on a collaborative project between us and Olivier Collignon and Roberto Bottini at CIMeC, in Trento. We’ll be doing some exciting neuroscience and experimental psych on word meaning in … Continua a leggere

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A lab userguide

Hello world! My effort to get my lab at SISSA up at full speed is finally getting somewhere. At least, we now have a shiny new lab userguide (strongly inspired by the unaware Jonathan Peelle). Enjoy!

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Post-doc position available in my lab at SISSA

Hello world! A post-doc position is now open to work in my lab at SISSA. The position is for two years, renewable for other two, and it is funded by an ERC project on statistical learning and reading. You can … Continua a leggere

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Finding my research

My research friends and colleagues, just wanted to let you know that I’ve finally made a few decisions about my virtual social life as a researcher. I’ve been continuously receiving requests for copies of papers through the funniest social media (most notably, … Continua a leggere

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A new edition of the Meaning Mine

Nice day today, with the starting of a new edition of my course at SISSA on brain and language. It was only our first meeting, but I enjoyed quite a lot already! It’s going to be a slightly edited and updated version … Continua a leggere

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Roberto Bottini visits SISSA

My wonderful former post-doc at Milano Bicocca, Dr. Roberto Bottini, will be visiting the lab at SISSA this week. He’ll be around Thursday and Friday (26/27 November), and will talk about the work we’ve been doing together over the last couple … Continua a leggere

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Space and time in the sighted and blind

Hello world! A MoMo paper was recently accepted for publication in Cognition. Building on a great idea by Roberto Bottini, we’ve shown that early blind individuals have their own mental time line just like sighted people, which implies that vision isn’t necessary … Continua a leggere

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Two-stage models of visual world identification, masked suffix priming and position-specific coding

Hello world! Great news here, two of my recent papers were accepted for publication! They both come from my immensely precious collaboration with Kathy Rastle at Royal Holloway, and also feature the ERP magicians Aureliu Lavric and Heike Elchlepp at Exeter, and … Continua a leggere

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Website improved

Or at least this is my hope 😉 I’ve made a few changes in the website, in an attempt to make it simpler, more user friendly and more accessible from friends around the world. Not tons of things, but hopefully … Continua a leggere

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Morpho-orthographic parsing in sentence reading

Hey world, the post-print of our most recent effort was doublechecked by our Outreach Department for copyright safety, and is now available here, or through this website publication page. Enjoy!

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