Dr. Amedeo D'Angiulli received his PhD from Northeastern University in 2000. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of British Columbia in 2002. For the following two years, Dr. D'Angiulli was an assistant professor at the BC Children's Hospital in Vancouver. From 2004 to 2007, he was a Canada Research Chair (Tier II) at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC.
He was an inaugural recipient of the IBRO 2016 fellowship in Science of Learning. He is an at-large courtesy fellow at the International Bureau of Education UNESCO, Geneva.
Eligible to supervise at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Research Clusters: All except stress, nutrition and metabolism.
Currently taking volunteers.
D'Angiulli’s NICER Lab (Neuroscience of Imagination Cognition and Emotion Research lab) conducts research that is deeply multidisciplinary. It covers cognitive neuropsychology, developmental science, sociology of education, educational psychology, and fields for which there are no categories yet (e.g., the critical approach to cognitive developmental neuroscience). Their research contributions can be subdivided into the following areas: Learning Sciences, Human Consciousness, Socio-Economic-Environmental Risks, Computational Developmental Neuroscience.
Learning Sciences: Educational Neuroscience for optimal neurocognitive development:
Computational Developmental Neuroscience Methods:
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