I research issues in philosophy of mind and cognitive neuroscience. Most of my current philosophical research is on individual and collective action. I’m also engaged in experimental research. Most of my current experimental work is on action and perception as well as on social cognition. I have several theoretical and experimental projects with scientific collaborators.
The cognitive neuroscience of interpersonal coordination and cooperation: a motor approach in humans and non-human primates (PRIN 2017) The motor roots of acting together. A psychophysiological investigation (BIAL 2019-2021) Transition grant (2015-2017). Motor Planning and Practical Reasoning. British Academy Leverhulme Small Research GrantsAction representations and their impairment in Autism Neuroscience Program sponsored by Compagnia San Paolo.