Irene Cogliati Dezza is a postdoctoral researcher founded by the BOF-postdoctoral fellowship. She is also associate editor at In-Mind Italy.
She holds a BA in Biology, a MA in Neurobiology, a university certificate in data science and a PhD in computational cognitive neuroscience.
Her research focuses on understanding how people decide what they want to know and how they explore novel and unknown courses of action. She conducts her research in adults and children in both healthy and clinical populations.
Her approach combines state-of-the-art methods from diverse disciplines including psychology, neuroscience and computer science.
Cogliati Dezza, I., Noel, X., Cleeremans, A., Yu, A. (under-review). What drives information-seeking in healthy and addicted behaviors . bioRvix preprint
Cogliati Dezza, I., Cleeremans, A., Alexander, W. (under-review). Independent and Interacting Value System for Reward and Information in the Human Prefrontal Cortex . bioRvix preprint
Cogliati Dezza, I., Cleeremans, A., Alexander, W. (2019). Should We Control? The Interplay Between Cognitive Control and Information Integration in the Resolution of the Exploration-Exploitation Dilemma. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. pdf
Cogliati Dezza, I., Noel, X., Cleeremans, A., Yu, A. (2018). The Exploration-Exploitation Dilemma as a Tool for Studying Addiction. Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience 2018. Archived at https://ccneuro.org/2018/proceedings/1080.pdf
Cogliati Dezza, I, Yu, A. J., Cleeremans, A., Alexander, W. (2017). Learning the value of information and reward over time when solving exploration-exploitation problems. Nature Scientific Reports, 7(1), 16919. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-17237-w. pdf
Cogliati Dezza, I., Zito, G., Tomasevic, L., Filippi, M. M., Ghazaryan, A., Porcaro, C., . . .Tecchio, F. (2015). Functional and structural balances of homologous sensorimotor regions in multiple sclerosis fatigue. Journal of Neurology, 262(3), 614-622. doi:10.1007/s00415-014-7590-6.
Borgi, M., Cogliati Dezza, I., Brelsford, V., Meints, K., & Cirulli, F. (2014). Baby schema in human and animal faces induces cuteness perception and gaze allocation in children. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 411. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00411.