Eraldo Paulesu

Eraldo Paulesu

University University of Milano-Bicocca
Department Psychology
Biographical Info

I am a cognitive neuropsychologist, with a neurological background, interested in studying the relationship between the mind and the brain using behavioural and functional imaging (fMRI/PET) techniques.
My main areas of research are reading and dyslexia, cross-cultural differences in reading, motor control and awareness, spatial neglect, body representation and aging. Brain plasticity in peripheral motor impairment.

Laboratories PaulesuLab
Research fields

Reading and dyslexia
Cross cultural differences in normal and dyslexic reading
Motor control and motor awareness
Motor imagery
Neural plasticity in deprived motor performance (imobilization)
Normal and pathological aging
Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome

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