How we cope with the COVID-19 pandemic

11.05.2020

During these days of the COVID-19 pandemic, posts, advice and articles suggesting ways to cope with the situation are proliferating, such as culinary recipes that teach us how to do things. They may offer useful suggestions but my students, patients, daughters, relatives and friends are teaching me

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Traumatic stress symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic

An ongoing research project of the Douglas Mental Health University Institute of McGill University (Canada) in collaboration with Prof. Sabrina CipollettaThis research project aims to investigate the experience of COVID-19 in terms of traumatic event and potential inductor of trauma-and stress

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Human perception of a visual scene is hierarchically organized

Human perception of a visual scene is hierarchically organized. Such rapid, albeit coarse, global processing allows people to create a useful context in which local details can be successively allocated. Lack of the typical hierarchical global-to-local visual processing is longitudinally predictive

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Simulating the development of “number sense” in children

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We are on the cover of the April volume of the prestigious journal: Human Brain Mapping journal!

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hbm.24260We are on the cover of the April volume of the prestigious journal: Human Brain Mapping journal!The artwork has been created by Giorgia Cona and Cristina Scarpazza, two young researchers of the Department of General Psychology, and illustrates the

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