Born in Salerno (south Italy), raised in the sun and blue of the Amalfi coast.
I am an enthusiastic and ambitious researcher, whose curiosity has motivated a constant search of opportunities that would enrich my cultural and scientific background.
Interested in cognitive and auditory neuroscience
and brain electrophysiology methods.
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We think of the brain as a predictive organ, which tries and minimize processing costs via generating expectations. For instance, when you are exposed to rhythmic sounds your brain predicts the occurrence and the features of the next events. These predictions are the result of neural computations happening at different temporal and spatial scales and their complex interactions.
By examining motor-auditory oscillatory coupling, we set at characterizing cognitive processes underlying beat- and rhythm perception. Our investigations will further explore the functional link between biological rhythms (i.e. respiratory and cardiac activity) and endogenous neural activity.
- Beat perception
- Rhythm perception
- Sensorimotor process
- Motor-auditory coupling
- Neural oscillations
- Behavioral measures;
- Brain stimulation;
- Matlab, Fieldtrip, SPSS.
Qualifications and Professional Experience
- 2020-Current: PhD candidate at Maastricht University (Maastricht, the Netherlands);
- 2018-2019: Visiting Researcher at University of Oxford (Oxford, United Kingdom);
- 2017-2019: Research Master in Cognitive Neuroscience at Maastricht University (Maastricht, the Netherlands);
- 2017: Visiting Researcher at Aarhus University (Aarhus, Denmark);
- 2014-2017: Bachelor of Science in Sciences and Psychological techniques at University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy).
- Criscuolo A, Bonetti L, Särkämö T, Kliuchko M and Brattico E (2019): On the Association Between Musical Training, Intelligence and Executive Functions in Adulthood. Front. Psychol. 10:1704. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01704
- Criscuolo A, Brattico E, Pando-Naude V, Bonetti L, Vuust P: The neuroanatomy of musical expertise: A systematic review and meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies (in progress).
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