Laboratory for the Psychology

of Child Development

and Education

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Chiara Andreola

After obtaining a Bachelor degree in Psychological Sciences and a Master Degree in Cognitive Neurosciences at University Vita – Salute San Raffaele (Milan, Italy), Chiara worked as a post-lauream intern and then as research assistant at the Child Psychopathology Unit (Scientific Institute Eugenio Medea, Lecco, Italy), focusing on the cognitive processes related to reading acquisition and its failure (developmental dyslexia), with a particular interest in visuo-attentional processes.

In 2019 Chiara started her PhD at LaPsyDÉ laboratory under the supervision of Pr. Grégoire Borst and the co-supervision of Irene Altarelli. Her PhD project focuses on the link between executive functions and reading and aims at evaluating a new type of computerized training in school-aged children.

Contact: chiara.andreola@u-paris.fr

PUBLICATIONS

C.ANDREOLA*, S. MASCHERETTI*, R. BELOTTI, A. OGLIARI, C. MARINO, M. BATTAGLIA, S. SCAINI, (Under review). The heritability of reading and reading-related neuropsychological components: A multi-level meta-analysis.” Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Review.

* equal contributors

S. MASCHERETTI, M. PERDUE, B. FENG, C. ANDREOLA, G. DIONNE, K.K. JASINSKA, K.R. PUGH, E. GRIGORENKO, N. LANDI (Under review). “The BDNF-Val66Met Polymorphism Affects Reading via Phonological Processing and Functional Neural Activation”. Behavioral Brain Research.

2018

S. MASCHERETTI, C. ANDREOLA, S. SCAINI, S. SULPIZIO (2018). Beyond genes: a sistematic review of environmental risk factors in developmental dyslexia. Research in Developmental Disabilities.doi:10.1016/j.ridd.2018.03.005

S. FRANCESCHINI, S. MASCHERETTI, S. BERTONI, V. TREZZI, C. ANDREOLA, S. GORI, A. FACOETTI (2018). Sluggish dorsally-driven inhibition of return during orthographic processing in adults with dyslexia. Brain and Language 1709: 1-10.

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