Marco Lunghi

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Via Venezia 8, Primo Piano, Stanza 022

Publications

ARTICLES IN JOURNAL

  • Leo, I., Angeli, V., Lunghi, M., & Simion, F. (in press). Newborns’ face recognition: The role of facial movement. Infancy
  • Craighero, L., Lunghi, M., Leo, I., Ghirardi, V., & Simion, F. (in press). The origin of proactive gaze: newborns’ attention is driven by the translational movement. Visual Cognition
  • Di Giorgio, E., Lunghi, M., Simion, F., & Vallortigara, G. (in press). Visual cues of motion that trigger animacy perception at birth: the case of self-propulsion. Developmental  Science.
  • Bardi, L., Di Giorgio, E., Lunghi, M., Troje, N. H., & Simion, F. (2015). Walking direction triggers visuo-spatial orienting in 6-month-old infants and adults: an eye tracking study. Cognition, 141, 112-120.

ABSTRACTS FROM INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

  • Piccardi, E. S., Lunghi, M., & Simion, F. (2016). Visuo-Spatial orienting triggered by biological motion walking direction: ERP evidence from 6 month-old infants. Lancaster Conference on Infants and Child Development (LCICD). Lancaster (UK). August 25-27
  • Lunghi, M., Piccardi, E. S., & Simion, F. (2016). Walking Direction Triggers Visuo-spatial Orienting in 6-Month-old Infants: An ERP Study. COGEVO, 5th Workshop on Cognition and Evolution. Rovereto (Italy), July 6-9.
  • Di Giorgio, E., Lunghi, M., Simion, F., & Vallortigara, G. (2016). Newborns’ Sensitivity to speed changes: the Role of Acceleration and Deceleration for Animacy Perception.
  • Rugani, R., Lunghi, M., Di Giorgio, E., Carà, D., Vallortigara, G., Regoli, L., & Simion, F. (2016).Number-space association in neonates. 5thWorkshop on Cognition and Evolution. Rovereto (Italy), July6-9.
  • Lunghi, M., Di Giorgio E., Simion, F., & Vallortigara, G. (2016). Speed Changes for Animacy Perception at Birth: the Role of Acceleration and Deceleration. 20th International Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS). New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, May 26-28
  • Lunghi, M., Di Giorgio, E., Vallortigara, G., & Simion, F. (2014). Visual cues that trigger perception of animacy at birth. COGEVO, 4th Workshop on Cognition and Evolution. Rovereto (Italy), July 7-9.
  • Di Giorgio, E., Lunghi, M., Vallortigara, G., & Simion, F. (2014). Perceptual cues that trigger perception of animacy at birth: the case of self-propulsion. 19thInternational Conference on Infant Studies (ICIS). Berlin, July2-4.

ABSTRACTS FROM NATIONAL CONFERENCES

  • Lunghi, M., Piccardi, E. S., & Simion, F. (2016). Il Movimento Biologico come Cue per Orientare L'attenzione: Uno Studio Erp con Bambini di 6 Mesi. XXIX Congresso Nazionale sezione di Psicologia dello Sviluppo e dell’Educazione. Vicenza (Italy). Settembre 8-10.
  • Di Giorgio, E., Lunghi, M., Simion, F., & Vallortigara, G. (2016). Le caratteristiche cinematiche che guidano la percezione dell’animacy nei neonati: il ruolo dell’accelerazione e decelerazione. XXIX Congresso Nazionale sezione di Psicologia dello Sviluppo e dell’Educazione. Vicenza (Italy). Settembre 8-10.

Curriculum

CURRENT POSITION

  • PhD Student at the Department of Developmental and Social Psychology, University of Padova. Supervisor: Prof. Francesca Simion (November 2014 - Present)

EDUCATION

  • October 2014: Awarded MSc in Developmental Psychology, University of Padova. Thesis title "The elaboration of biological motion in the first months of life". Supervisor: Prof. Francesca Simion.
  • October 2012: Awarded BSc in Developmental Psychology, University of Padova. Thesis title: “The sensibility for biological motion at birth: the case of point-light actions”. Supervisor: Prof. Francesca Simion. 
  • July 2009: High School Diploma.

PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS

  • September 2016 – December 2016: Visiting PhD student at the “Institute for Mind & Brain”, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA. ERPs and Brain Source analysis in Infants EEG data. Supervisor: Prof. John E. Richards.
  • February 2016: Visiting PhD student at “The Functional Brain MappingLaboratory”, Département des Neurosciences fondamentales CMU, Université de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland. ERPs and Brain Source analysis in Adult EEG data. Supervisor: Prof. Christoph Michel.
  • September 2013 – March 2014: Training Period at the Department of Developmental and Social Psychology University of Padova (Italy). Data collection on the perception of biological movement in newborns. Data collection with eye–tracker system to test in infants’ and adults’ eye movements. Supervisor: Prof. Francesca Simion.
  • November 2011 – May 2012: Training period at the Department of Pediatrics University of Padova (Italy). Data collection on biological motion and goal-directed actions perception and recognition in newborns. Supervisor: Prof. Francesca Simion.