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Francesco Sella

  • PhD
  • University of Oxford Department of Experimental Psychology
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Research interests

My research focuses on the acquisition of numerical skills in typically and atypically developing individuals.

About

I am working on a cross-sectional longitudinal study which aims to highlight the contribution of cognitive (e.g., executive function) and non-cognitive (e.g., motivation) processes to mathematical achievement. These behavioural measures will be coupled with neuroimaging data to obtain a comprehensive description of mathematical learning.

Co-authors (28)

  • David Giofre

Publications (5)

  • Commentary: Connecting Social and Cognitive Embodiment: A New Way to Tailor Educational Programs?

    • Cohen Kadosh R
    • Sella F
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  • Erratum: Training numerical skills with the adaptive videogame “The Number Race”: A randomized controlled trial on preschoolers (Trends in Neuroscience and Education (2016) 5(1) (20–29) (S2211949316300035) (10.1016/j.tine.2016.02.002))

    • Sella F
    • Tressoldi P
    • Lucangeli D
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  • Mind the Brain: The Mediating and Moderating Role of Neurophysiology

    • Harty S
    • Sella F
    • Cohen Kadosh R
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  • Modulating hemispheric lateralization by brain stimulation yields gain in mental and physical activity

    • Zich C
    • Harty S
    • Kranczioch C
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  • Transcranial electrical stimulation and behavioral change: The intermediary influence of the brain

    • Harty S
    • Sella F
    • Cohen Kadosh R
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Education history

Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford