Postgraduate level

2017, fall
I will teach my standard course on reading, language and the brain to SISSA PhD students in January 2018. The course is in preparation. Most likely, the issue will be covered again by following the fil rouge of the relationship between form and meaning. However, I reformulate the structure of the course quite substantially, most likely including more about the supposed arbitrariness of language and my most recent research on the relationship between reading and implicit, probabilistic learning.

2016, fall
– The Meaning Mine. How the Brain Digs Out Sense from the Wor(l)d (second edition), PhD Program in Cognitive Neuroscience, SISSA, Trieste, Italy. Teaching load: 12 hours. [Slides]
A shorter version of this course was also offered to graduate students at the Scuola Galileiana, Padova, Italy, in the same semester.

2015, spring
– Introduction to Clinical Aphasiology, Postgraduate School in Neurology, San Gerardo Hospital and University of Milano Bicocca. Teaching load: 2 hours. [Slides]
– The Meaning Mine. How the Brain Digs Out Sense from the Wor(l)d, PhD Program in Cognitive Neuroscience, SISSA, Trieste, Italy. Teaching load: 10 hours. [Slides]

2013, spring
Introduction to Clinical Aphasiology, Postgraduate School in Neurology, San Gerardo Hospital and University of Milano Bicocca. Teaching load: 2 hours. [Slides]
Mixed–Effects Modeling: Generalizing to the Universe with Random Subject and Item Selection, PhD School in Neuroscience, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. Teaching load: 25 hours. [Slides, part ISlides, part IISlides, part IIIEserciziSvolti_Mar12SessionsA&B_slides114-121SessionsC&D_slides138-147]

2011, spring
Morphology and Psycholinguistics, PhD School in Experimental Psychology, Linguistics and Cognitive Neurosciences, University of Milano-Bicocca. Teaching load: 4 ore. [Course slides]