Dr Giorgio Marinato
Center for Speech Language and the Brain
My Phd investigated the role of object-based auditory attention in naturalistic soundscapes, exploiting the Magnetoencephalography(MEG) signal through univariate and multivariate analysis techniques.
Currently I am working in Lorraine Tyler's lab on how the common knowledge and the contextual information influence the incremental comprehension of speech, using MEG in conjunction with natural language processing techniques.
Overall I am interested in exploring brain dynamics in naturalistic context, bridging the gap between the laboratory and the real-world scenarios, with the intention to move towards an embodied theoretical approach.
I am interested to explore, use, contribute and develop workflows and tools for a shift towards a full open-science approach at all stages of the academic research.
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