PhD Student in Neuroscience, University of Florence
Current research and interests
- 2007-2010: Bachelor in General and Experimental Psychology, University of Florence
2010-2012: Master degree in Psychology (Experimental Psychology), University of Florence
2012-2016: PhD course in Neuroscience
- CNR Institute of Neuroscience, Pisa
Department of Neuroscience, Psychology, Pharmacology and Child Health, University of Florence
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Motion-induced compression of perceived numerosity, Sci Rep, 1 (8), 6966.Fornaciai, M., Togoli, I. & Arrighi, R. (2018).
Trans-saccadic integration of orientation information, J Vis, 4 (18), 9.Fornaciai, M., Binda, P. & Cicchini, G. M. (2018).
Adaptation to number operates on perceived rather than physical numerosity, Cognition, (151), 63-67.Fornaciai, M., Cicchini, G. M. & Burr, D. C. (2016).
Adaptation-Induced Compression of Event Time Occurs Only for Translational Motion, Scientific Reports, (6), 23341.Fornaciai, M., Arrighi, R. & Burr, D. C. (2016).