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Alberto Zani

Alberto Zani
Alberto Zani
Institute of Molecular Bioimaging and Physiology
Italian National Research Council
Italian National Research Council


Alberto Zani graduated in Psychology in 1979 with a Dissertation on “Brain Neurotransmitters and Behavior”. He then specialized in Cognitive Psychophysiology in The Netherlands, and in Cognitive Neuroscience in the USA. He worked at the Institute of Psychology and the Institute of Neuroscience and Bioimaging. At present, he works at the Institute of Molecular Bioimaging and Physiology of the Italian Research Council, where he carries out research in Cognitive Psychology and Neuroscience as responsible of the Electro-Functional Brain Imaging unit ( He taught Psychology, Psychophysiology, Anatomical and Physiological Foundations of Mind, Neuroanatomy, Cognitive Psychology, and was enrolled in the national ranks of Full Professors in General Psychology, Psychobiology and Psychometrics. He authored four books – e. g., “Theories of the Brain. From Eighteenth Century Up Today” (in Italian) and “The Cognitive Electrophysiology of Mind and Brain” - as well as more than 110 peer-reviewed papers in International Journals. His specific specialization areas are neural and psychological mechanisms of Visual attention, Language, and Emotions.

Research Interest

Cognitive Sciences & Neurosciences; Psychological Sciences, Electrophysiological indexing of visuo-motor coordination