Participate in our studies:
In the Social & Affective Neuroscience Lab we apply physiological, genetic, neuroimaging and behavioral protocols in the context of social interactions. Our strategy consists of assessing participants’ psychological traits and stratifying them based on neuro-physiological responses during some social interaction task. We also focus on the comparative physiology across mammalian species of mother-offspring interactions (which is the first and most important social interaction and set the neural pathways that moderate all the other social interactions) and their implication on psychopathology.
Young researchers & students interested in this research field are welcome to contact and visit us!