EDUCATION AND CAREER
1992: “Laurea” (B.A.) in General and Experimental Psychology, University of Padova.
1996-1997: Visiting researcher at the Centre for Human Information Processing, University of California, San Diego
1998: PhD in Cognitive Psychology, University of Bologna.
2005-present: Full Professor of General Psychology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Vice Chair of the Department of Communication and Economics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Editor of the SpringerBrief series in Cognition.
Member of the Editorial Board of European Psychologist.
Member of the Editorial Board of Plos ONE.
Member of the Editorial Board of Scientific Reports.
Neuro-cognitive basis of social behaviour; neuro-cognitive basis of cognitive control in conflict task; neuro-cognitive basis of social and observational learning; perception-action links; the relation between hypnosis and attentional abilities.
General Psychology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Economic Psychology, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.
Introduction to Psychology, New York University, Florence.
MOST IMPORTANT ARTICLES AND PUBLICATION
- Iani C., Rubichi S., Ferraro L., Nicoletti R. & Gallese V. (2013) “Observational learning without a model is influenced by the observer’s possibility to act: Evidence from the Simon task”, Cognition, Vol. 128, Issue 1, pp. 26-34;
- Figliozzi F., Silvetti M., Rubichi S. & Doricchi F. (2010) “Determining priority between attentional and referential-coding sources of the Simon effect through optokinetic stimulation”, Neuropsychologia, Vol. 48, pp. 1011-1015;
- Milanese N., Iani C. & Rubichi S. (2010) “Shared learning shapes human performance: Evidence from transfer effects in task sharing”, Cognition, Vol. 116, pp. 15-22;
- Iani C., Ricci F., Gherri E. & Rubichi S. (2006) “Hypnotic suggestion modulates cognitive conflict: The case of the flanker compatibility effect”, Psychological Science, Vol. 17, pp. 721-727;
- Rubichi S., Vu K., Nicoletti R. & Proctor R. (2006) “Spatial coding in two dimensions”, Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, Vol. 13, pp. 201-216.