Ecological Momentary Assessment: measuring affective processes outside the lab (but not only)

DPG1 classroom - Department of General Psychology - via Venezia 8 Padova

18.11.2019

Luca Menghini (PhD student DPG)

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Electrophysiology of human associative learning exemplified by long-term visuo-gustatory conditioning

19 November 2019 | 11:00 | DPG 1 Meeting Room, Psychology Building 1, via Venezia 8, Padova

The human brain is highly flexible and plastic. It is constantly changing as a result of the stimuli it encounters. Many of the changes the human brain undergoes are results of conditioning or associative learning. Developments and changes of food preferences is just one example of how conditional learning pervades human life.

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Electrophysiology of human associative learning exemplified by long-term visuo-gustatory conditioning

22 October 2019 | 11:00 | DPG 1 Meeting Room, Psychology Building 1, via Venezia 8, Padova

19.11.2019

The human brain is highly flexible and plastic. It is constantly changing as a result of the stimuli it encounters. Many of the changes the human brain undergoes are results of conditioning or associative learning. Developments and changes of food preferences is just one example of how conditional learning pervades human life.

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Telling Isn’t Teaching: Powerful Methods for Better Learning

Joellen E. Coryell, PhD | Texas State University | 2C Room | Psychology Building 2 | via Venezia 12, Padova

22.11.2019

This interactive workshop is designed to offer research-based strategies for university teaching on active learning and small group interaction for large and small classrooms

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What does it take for increasing cortical excitability?

A paper published by Campana and colleagues shows that, when using transcranial random noise stimulation (a form of non -invasive brain stimulation where a very mild alternating current is injected in the brain at random frequencies) for increasing cortical excitability (neural responsiveness), such

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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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