1st Year

Santa Lucia - Neurosciences and Rehabilitation Sapienza University of Rome

The laboratory works thanks to the effort of its members that daily put professionality and passion in their research activity

Giulio Piperno

Giulio Piperno

My first research experience was focused on the development of mathematical cognition in infants at Padova University, adopting both Eye-tracking and fNIRS techniques. Then I worked in the field of Social Neuroscience at Vienna university, investigating the functioning of the reward system in ASD using the fMRI. During the Covid-19 pandemic, I worked on an Ecological momentary assessment study on the relationship between social interactions, reward consumption, and psychological wellbeing.

My current research project aims to understand how a shared sense of ownership or agency can modulate the tendencies to act honestly/dishonestly in group dynamics. Behavioral studies will be integrated with EEG measures, for a better understanding of the neural correlates of moral actions.

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