Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Clinical Neurosciences
2500 University Drive NW
Calgary AB T2N 1N4
Giuseppe and his lab make use of neuroimaging, behavioral and neuropsychological approaches to investigate different domains of research in cognitive neuroscience. Their main interest is the investigation of cognitive skills and neural mechanisms underlying the human ability to orient and navigate in their surroundings. In addition, they are interested in understanding brain mechanisms involved in the human ability to recognize faces and process facial expressions.
Neural mechanisms responsible for topographical orientation
Other Area(s) of Research:
Topographical orientation skills in children diagnosed with major depression