Post-Doc in Department of Neuroscience, Psychology, Pharmacology and Child Health, University of Florence
Current research and interests
Numerosity perception and adaptation
Attention and perception
Recovery of visual field defects
Neuromodulation techniques (TMS, tDCS)
- 2013-2017: Joint International PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Bologna. Thesis title: “The role of the subcortical dorsal visual pathway in the recovery of visual field defects”. Supervisor: Elisabetta Làdavas
2009-2012: Master’s degree in psychology (curriculum Experimental Psychology), University of Florence. Thesis title: “Audio-visual recalibration in the ventriloquism aftereffect”. Supervisor: David C. Burr
2005-2009: Bachelor’s degree in Experimental Psychology, University of Florence. Thesis title: “Saccadic suppression and visual selectivity filters”. Supervisor: David C. Burr
- Department of Neurofarba, University of Florence
CNR Institute of Neuroscience, Pisa
Audio‐visual multisensory training enhances visual processing of motion stimuli in healthy participants: an electrophysiological study. European Journal of Neuroscience, 44(10), 2748-2758.Grasso, P. A., Benassi, M., Làdavas, E. & Bertini, C. (2016).
Compensatory Recovery after Multisensory Stimulation in Hemianopic Patients: Behavioral and Neurophysiological Components. Frontiers in systems neuroscience, 10, 45.Grasso, P. A., Làdavas, E. & Bertini, C. (2016).
The role of the retino-colliculo-extrastriate pathway in visual awareness and visual field recovery. Neuropsychologia, 90, 72-79.Bertini, C., Grasso, P. A. & Làdavas, E. (2016).