Planning, Perceiving, and Coordinating Joint Actions: New Results

Talk by Arianna Curioni, Central European University

2018.09.07 | Anne-Mette Pedersen

Date Tue 06 Nov
Time 11:00 13:00
Location IMC Meeting Room, Jens Chr. Skou Vej 4, Building 1483-312

Abstract:

 

Joint actions are typically characterized by multiple people’s close coordination in space and time. In this talk, I will present recent studies investigating some of the relevant cognitive processes recruited when people observe other agents coordinating, when people need to decide whether to engage in coordination, and when people need to find the best behavioural trade-off to achieve online coordination.

About the speaker:

Arianna received her BSc. in Psychological Science at University of Pavia, and her MSc in Mind Science at University of Turin. She completed her PhD in Cognitive, Social  and Affective Neuroscience at Sapienza University of Rome on the topic of sensorimotor communication and coordination processes during joint actions. She joined the Somby Lab as a visiting student during the last part of her PhD, and she is interested in investigating the effects of joint action learning on individuals’ coordination and predictive performance. 

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Arianna Curioni, Central European University

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