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Cognitive Neuroscience is Too Immature to Marry Social Science

Umiltà, Carlo

2015, Approx. 125 p.

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Dr. Carlo Umilta is Professor Emeritus of Neuropsychology at the University of Padua. In his five decades spanning career he has become one of the best known neuropsychologists in Europe. Carlo Umilta serves on many journal editorial boards, including the board of the Psychonomic Society title Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. He is an Associate Editor for the Springer journal Psychological Research. Professor Umilta has published and is still publishing extensively in a variety of journals in cognitive, experimental and neuropsychology. Some of his recent (2011 or in press) publications are: Ladavas, E., Paolucci, S., & Umiltà, C. (2011). Reasons for holding a Consensus Conference on neuropsychological rehabilitation in adult patients. European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, 47, 91-99. Galfano, G., Sarlo, M., Sassi, F., Munafò, M., Fuentes, L.J., Umiltà, C. (2011). Reorienting of spatial attention in gaze cuing is reflected in N2pc. Social Neuroscience, 6, 257-269. Craighero, L., Leo, I., Umiltà, C., & Simion, F. (2011). Newborns’ preference for goal-directed action. Cognition, 120, 26-32. Kramer, P., Stoianov, I., Umiltà, C., & Zorzi. M. (in press). Interactions between perceptual and numerical space. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.

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