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Marco Colosio

During my studies I developed a keen interest in several topics within cognitive psychology, focusin my attention on cognitive and neural basis of judgment, reward-based learning and decision making. What prompted me to enter in this field of neuroscience is the simple consideration that we live in a fast growing and uncertain world and the study of decision making and neuroeconomics raise the question of how human beings (and animals) make choice among possible alternatives in both certain and uncertain conditions. In particular, neuroeconomics is a merging approach in the social sciences that integrates theories, methodologies, and ideas from neuroscience, economics, and psychology to study how individuals make economic decisions. I carried out my first research in neuroeconomics investigating the psychophysiological indexes of risk taking behavior in both non- pathological and patholoical gamblers while performing economical decision making. This first research, taken when I was a sophomore, shown me a glimpse of what the world of decision making research is, leaving me with the desire of following a path in this realm and to keep on investigating this exciting field of research.My other interests lie in medicine, comparative and evolutive psychology, psychobiology and technology.  http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marco_Colosio
  • Marco Colosio has been at HSE since 2014.

Education

2013

Master's
University of Padua

Courses (2015/2016)

Courses (2014/2015)

Neuroimaging Techniques (Master’s programme; Faculty of Social Sciences; 1 year, 3, 4 module)Eng

Conferences

  • 2016
    V СЪЕЗД ФИЗИОЛОГОВ СНГ (Сочи). Presentation: Neural mechanisms of post-decisional preference change: EEG study Нейронные механизмы индуцированные выбором изменений предпочтений: ЭЭГ исследование
  • Cognition, Computation, Communication and Perception (CCCP) Conference 3: “Theoretical and Neurobiological Bases of Higher Cognitive Functions” (Москва). Presentation: Neural mechanisms of choice induced preference change: EEG study
  • Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroeconomics (Берлин). Presentation: Neural mechanisms of choice induced preference change: EEG study
  • 2015

    Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroeconomics (Майами). Presentation: Neural mechanisms of post-decisional spreading of alternatives: EEG study

  • International Workshop on the Neurobiology of Social Influence (Moscow). Presentation: EEG signatures of cognitive dissonance

  • Cognition, Computation, Communication and Perception (CCCP) Conference 2: “Theoretical and Neurobiological Bases of Higher Cognitive Functions” (Москва). Presentation: Neural mechanisms of post-decisional spreading of alternatives: EEG study

Publications

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Article Colosio M., Bellebaum C. From Feedback- to Response-based Performance Monitoring in active and observational learning // Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2014. Vol. 26. No. 9. P. 2111-2127. doi

Research Experience

 


Education resume and research experiences

Journal Club at the Centre for Cognition and Decision Making

Discussing research whether it’s your own work or someone else’s project is a big part of academic life. International professors, postdocs and students are often those who initiate and take an active part in these discussions at HSE. Marco Colosio, a PhD student at the Centre for Cognition and Decision Making heads the Journal Club where researchers, graduate and undergraduate students present and critique recent publications in cognitive neuroscience and neuroeconomics literature. “Our goal is to have a comfortable atmosphere in which everyone can openly share ideas and learn from each other”, announced the club’s moderator in an email last year. Marco Colosio shared his thoughts on running the Journal Club with The HSE Look.

'I am excited to be on the ground floor of this long-term project'

Marco Colosio, M.Sc., the first foreigner PhD student in the Centre for Cognition and Decision Making, came to Moscow three weeks ago. In this brief interview Marco tells about his scientific interests, background and first impression about Moscow and CDM-Centre.