I work on philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science and philosophical psychology.


My main areas of interests include the embodied approach to cognition (perception, action, memory and imagination) and emotions, enactivism, and ecological psychology. 


I studied philosophy at the State University of Milan and the Paris-Sorbonne University, then completed my Ph.D. in Philosophy, Science, Cognition, and Semiotics at the University of Bologna in 2018, with a dissertation on the topic of mental representations in the enactive and extended approach to cognition. 


From 2018 to 2020 I was a post-doctoral fellow at the same University, doing research on the affective components of affordance perception.


I am currently working on the embodied/enactive approach to memory and the relationship between episodic memory and psychological wellbeing.