Amedeo D'Angiulli, Carleton University

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Professor Psychology Ottawa, Ontario Amedeo.Dangiulli@carleton.ca Mobile: (613) 523-8728
Office: (613) 520-2600 ext. 2954

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My research is deeply interdisciplinary as it covers cognitive neuropsychology, developmental science, sociology of education, educational psychology and fields for which there are no categories yet (e.g., the critical approach to cognitive neuroscience). In spite of the evident eclecticism, the ...

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Bio/Research

My research is deeply interdisciplinary as it covers cognitive neuropsychology, developmental science, sociology of education, educational psychology and fields for which there are no categories yet (e.g., the critical approach to cognitive neuroscience). In spite of the evident eclecticism, the scientific questions I am after pertain to fundamental issues in human development from a life-course perspective. More specifically, I have been working on theoretical and empirical aspects of perception, memory and non-verbal symbolic thinking (mental imagery) and how these relate to the interiorization, understanding and production of symbols from the “first-person” perspective of an agent embedded in a specific cultural and social context at particular time in one's development. The applied spin of my research has been on cognitive and environmental factors that are related to optimal learning and performance in educational settings, with specific focus on life-span trajectories of basic neurocognitive skills.

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