Giulia Barsuola

Giulia Barsuola
University of Cambridge | Cam · MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit

MSc in Cognitive Sciences and Decisional Processes (curriculum Applied Cognitive Neuroscience), University of Milan, Italy BA in Philosophy and History of Science (University of Bologna and UCSC)

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Introduction
Giulia Barsuola currently works at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge. Giulia does research in Psychiatry, Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology. Their most recent publication is 'The Relationship between Handedness and Mathematics Is Non-linear and Is Moderated by Gender, Age, and Type of Task'.
Additional affiliations
October 2017 - present
University of Cambridge
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Michael C. Anderson's Memory Control Lab
April 2017 - June 2017
Osaka University
Position
  • Research Associate
Description
  • Kaoru Amano's Lab
February 2017 - March 2017
Berlin School of Mind and Brain
Position
  • Research Intern
Description
  • Vittorio Gallese's Lab
Education
October 2017 - October 2021
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge
Field of study
  • Cognitive Neuroscience
January 2016 - August 2016
Maastricht University
Field of study
  • Cognitive Neuroscience
July 2015 - July 2015
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Field of study
  • Summer School in Neuroscience of Communication

Publications

Publications (2)
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The relationship between handedness and mathematical ability is still highly controversial. While some researchers have claimed that left-handers are gifted in mathematics and strong right-handers perform the worst in mathematical tasks, others have more recently proposed that mixed-handers are the most disadvantaged group. However, the studies in...

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