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Giacomo Novembre

Researcher (from May 2021, PI of the Neuroscience of Perception & Action Laboratory)
Neuroscience and Behaviour
Research center
Neuroscience Sensorimotor integration Saliency detection Social interaction Music
I am a cognitive neuroscientist investigating fundamental questions concerning the Neuroscience of Perception and Action. For more information about me or my research activity, visit my website (www.giacomonovembre.com).

Title: PhD (Cognitive Neuroscience)
Institute: Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Location: Leipzig
Country: Germany
From: 2009 To: 2012

Title: MSc (Cognitive Neuroscience)
Institute: Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
Location: Nijmegen
Country: The Netherlands
From: 2007 To: 2009

Title: BA (Philosophy of Mind and Language)
Institute: Università Vita-Salute S. Raffaele
Location: Milan
Country: Italy
From: 2004 To: 2007

Experience External

Title: Researcher / Principal Investigator
Institute: Italian Institute of Technology
Location: Rome
Country: Italy
From: 2018 To: null

Title: Research Associate
Institute: University College London
Location: London
Country: United Kingdom
From: 2016 To: 2018

Title: Research Lecturer
Institute: MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development
Location: Sydney
Country: Australia
From: 2013 To: 2016

All Publications
Pan Y., Novembre G., Song B., Zhu Y., Hu Y.
Dual brain stimulation enhances interpersonal learning through spontaneous movement synchrony
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, vol. 16, (no. 1-2), pp. 210-221
Bufacchi R.J., Magri C., Novembre G., Iannetti G.D.
Local spatial analysis: An easy-to-use adaptive spatial EEG filter
Journal of Neurophysiology, vol. 125, (no. 2), pp. 509-521
Article Journal
Novembre G., Iannetti G.D.
Proving causality in hyperscanning: Multi-Brain Stimulation and other approaches
Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Article Journal
Somervail R., Zhang F., Novembre G., Bufacchi R.J., Guo Y., Crepaldi M., Hu L., Iannetti G.D.
Waves of Change: Brain Sensitivity to Differential, not Absolute, Stimulus Intensity is Conserved across Humans and Rats
Cerebral Cortex, vol. 31, (no. 2), pp. 949-960
Article Journal
Novembre G., Iannetti G.D.
Hyperscanning Alone Cannot Prove Causality. Multibrain Stimulation Can
Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Short Survey Journal