New directions in cognition, emotion and research methods in psychology
Aula docenti, Vaschette
Thursday 10.30-11.30, prior email request is mandatory.
Note: In accordance with the COVID-19 safety measures, the class is now moved online on Hangout MEET. Lessons are scheduled for Monday (8.30-10) and Thursday (8-9.30). If you wish to attend the class, please send me an email with your lumsastud mail address.
Current position: Research Collaborator, Interaction & Culture Laboratory - Department of Social and Developmental Psychology, Sapienza University of Rome Università La Sapienza
2015 - 2017 Postdoctoral Researcher, Naturalistic Social Cognition Research Group, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin (GE)
2008 - 2010 - M.Sc. Clinical and Dynamic Psychology, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; 110 lode cum laude
Fantasia, V. & Wertz, A. (In prep). Learning about nature: Exploring 18- to 36-month-olds behaviour in a naturalistic garden setting
Fantasia, V., De Simone, C., Markant, D.B., Valeri G., Ruggeri, A. (In prep). Memory enhancements from active control of learning emerge across development in children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Fantasia, V., Galbusera, L., Fasulo, A., & Reck, C. (Under review). Rethinking intrusiveness in Post-partum depression: Exploring how mothers and infants share spaces, meanings and actions. Frontiers in Psychology
Fantasia, V., Markova, G. Fasulo, A., Costall, A. & Reddy, V. (2016). Not Just Being Lifted: Infants are Sensitive to Delay During a Pick-Up Routine. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:2065. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.02065.
Fantasia, V. (2015). Inter-affectivity and Intersubjectivity: Two Sides of the Same Coin? Comment on De Jaegher's 'How We Affect Each Other'. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 22 (1-2), 133-137.
Fantasia, V., Fasulo, A., Costall, A. & López, B. (2014). Changing the game: exploring infants' participation in early play routines. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:522. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00522.
Fantasia, V., De Jaegher, H. & Fasulo, A. (2014). We can work it out: an enactive look at cooperation. Frontiers in Psychology, 5:874. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00874