Remo Job, Professor of Psychology, University of Trento, Italy [convenor]


[interests: electrophysiology, language, cognition]

Professor of Psychology since 1986. Dean of the Faculty of Cognitive Science, University of Trento, from 2004 to 2010 ( he has been President of AIP, the Italian Psychological Society. He is a member of the EFPA-linked EuroPsy Project and the past chair of the Italian EuroPsy awarding committee. His work has mainly concerned psycholinguistics and knowledge representation, investigating both typical and atypical behavior. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Giornale Italiano di Psicologia, and has been co-editor of “European Psychologist” and “European Journal of Cognitive Psychology”.

Selected publications:

*Molinaro N., Vespignani F. Zamparelli, R., Job R., (2011) Why brother and sister are not just siblings: Repair processes in agreement computation. Journal of Memory and Language, 64, 211-232.

*Cubelli, R., Paolieri, D., Lotto, L. & Job, R. (2011) Effect of grammatical gender on object categorisation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 37, 449-460.
*Penolazzi, B., Angrilli, A., e Job, R. (2009) Gamma EEG activity induced by semantic violations during sentence reading. Neuroscience Letters, 465, 74-78.
*Mulatti, C., Cembrani, V., Peressotti, F. e Job, R. (2008) The Turple Effect is Modulated by Baseword Frequency: Implications for Models of Lexical and Semantic Access. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15,1078-1082,
*Molinaro N., Kim A., Vespignani F., Job R., (2008) "Anaphoric agreement violation: An ERP analysis of its interpretation". Cognition, 106, 963-974,