Francesco Ceccarini holds a Master Degree in Psychology from Florence University, where he graduated in 2013 with a thesis entitled “Anger Superiority Effect: the importance of dynamic stimuli”. After graduation, he continued to work at Psychology Department of Florence, focusing his research on attention-emotion interaction, face recognition and error processing. During his post-lauream internship, he had the opportunity to take part in a project concerning facial expression recognition in depressed subjects.
In 2015 he started a three-years PhD program in Psychology at Padua University. At NEMO he is investigating error processing by means of kinematical analysis and event-related potentials (ERP).