Luciana Falbo
 

Luciana Falbo graduated in Psychology of Communication from the Catholic University of Milan. Keen on the mechanisms that rule the brain functioning, she first joined Salvatore Campanella’s team in Brussels and Louvain-La-Neuve and worked on emotions, empathy, depression and gambling behaviors by means of ERPs. Currently, she’s a PhD student at Maastricht University in the Department of Psychopharmacology and Neuropsychology, running a research on the neural mechanisms underlying judgment of learning (JOL) and meta-memory and studying brain’s functional connectivity through f-MRI.

 

 
luciana.falbo@maastrichtuniversity.nl
 
 
National and International Pubblications
 

Balconi M., Brambilla E., Falbo L., (2009). BIS/BAS cortical oscillations and coherence in response to emotional cues, Brain Research Bulletin80, 3, 151-157

Balconi, M., Brambilla E., Falbo L., (2009). Appetitive vs. defensive responses to emotional cues. Autonomic measures and brain oscillation modulation. Brain Research,1296, 72-84

Balconi M., Falbo L., Brambilla E., (2009). BIS/BAS responses to emotional cues: self report, autonomic measure and alpha band modulation, Personality and Individual Differences47, 8858-863

Campanella S., Falbo L., Rossignol M., Grynberg D., Balconi M., Verbanck P., Maurage P. (submitted). The gender effect on emotional processing is modulated by psychopathological factors: an event related potentials study, International Journal of Psychophysiology

Rossignol M., Campanella S., Falbo L., Philippot P. (submitted). Visual processing of emotional facial expressions in social anxiety: an event-related potentials study,Emotion

National and International Conferences
 

BFalbo L. & Balconi M. (2008). Indici autonomici, corticali, comportamentali e di personalità applicati al decoding di pattern emotiviConvegno dell’Associazione Italiana di Psicologia, Area Sperimentale, Padova, Italia, 18-20 Settembre 2008.