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Rinaldo Livio Perri

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Name
Rinaldo Livio
Last name
Perri
Degree
PhD
Language
Italian, English
Biography

Researcher at University Niccolò Cusano, Rome. Lecturer of Anatomo-physiology of the nervous system (bachelor's degree course), and Neuropsychology (master’s degree course), faculty of Psychology.

Member of the faculty of the PhD programme in “Law and cognitive neuroscience” at University Niccolò Cusano, Rome.

Clinical psychologist specialized in cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy. Website www.ipnosiper.it

 

EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE

2016-2017     Postdoctoral researcher in Cognitive Neuroscience. University of Rome “Foro Italico”.

2012-2015     PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience, curriculum in “Neuropsychology and Cognitive   Neuroscience”, University La Sapienza, Rome. Supervisor: Prof. Francesco Di Russo

2012-2017     Trainee at Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy School “Psicoterapia Training School, PTS”, Rome.

2014-2015      Visiting student at Laboratory of Brain Computer Interface (BCI), Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health. Albany, NY.

October 2011   University of Padova, Master of Clinical Psychology. Thesis: The Cardiovascular Patient: Depressive States and Psychophysiological Activation. Final mark: 110 cum laude. Advisor: Prof. Daniela Palomba

October 2009    University of Chieti, Bachelor of Psychological Sciences. Thesis: The Effect of Recording Environment on the Cerebral Rhythms. Advisor: Prof. Alfredo Brancucci

July 2006       High School Diploma, classical studies. Cosenza.

AWARDS AND FUNDING

Best scientific contribution at the XXIII Congress of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology, (SIPF). Lucca, November 2015.

Best oral presentation at the XXI Congress of the Italian Association of Psychology (AIP). Rovereto, September 2015.

Winner of the young researcher award of the University of Rome “la Sapienza”. Funded project: “Missing the Target: Neurocognitive Bases of Omission Errors”. 2015

SOFTWARE PROFINCIENCIES

Ms Office, StatSoft Statistica, Presentation (Neurobehavioral Systems), Brain Vision System (Analyzer e Recorder), BioGraph Infiniti, Corel Draw, sLORETA, BESA, inquisit Lab.

EDITORIAL ACTIVITES

Editor for the EC neurology.
Peer-reviewer for the journals: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, PlosOne, Neuroimage, Neuropsychology, Biological Psychology, Scientific Reports.

MAIN LINES OF RESEARCH

  1. Trait and state individual differences in the perceptual decision-making
  2. The role of the anterior insula in the sensory processing
  3. The role of hypnosis in the somatosensory processing
  4. The transcranial electrical stimulation (tES) to enhance the attentional performance

 

 

Location
Italy
location_lat
41.8719611
location_lng
12.56833180000001
Publications
Publications

PUBLICATION LIST. RINALDO LIVIO PERRI, PhD International Journals: papers in review

  1. Ragazzoni, A., Di Russo, F., Fabbri, S., Pesaresi, I., Di Rollo, A., Perri, R.L., Barloscio, D., Bocci, T., Cosottini, M., Sartucci, F. Emitted versus Evoked ERPs: An EEG-fMRI Source Analysis of the Endogenous components. Scientific Reports
  2. Berchicci, M., ten Brink, A., Quinzi, F., Perri, R.L., Spinelli, D. & Di Russo, F. Electrophysiological signs of visuo-spatial attention effects on anterior insular cortex. Cortex
    Quinzi F, Berchicci M, Perri RL, Bianco V, Mariani P, Macaluso A, Di Russo F. Contribution of cognitive functions to postural control in anticipating predictable and unpredictable lower-limb perturbations.
  3. Quinzi, F, Berchicci, M, Bianco V., Perri, R.L., Spinelli, D., Di Russo F. The independency of the Bereitschaftspotential from previous stimulus locked P3 in visuomotor discriminative response tasks.
  4. Perri, R.L. Proactive and reactive inhibition: an attentional account.
  5. Quinzi F, Perri RL, Berchicci M, Bianco V, Pitzalis S, Zeri F & Di Russo F. Weak proactive cognitive/motor brain control accounts for poor children’s behavioral performance in speeded discrimination tasks. Biological Psychology
  6. Di Russo F, Berchicci M, Bianco V, Perri RL, Pitzalis S, Quinzi F & Spinelli D. Clear signals from human brain: Normative ERP data from sensory and cognitive tasks reveal prefrontal, frontal and occipital activities prior and ensuing perception.
  7. Bianco V, Perri RL, Berchicci M, Quinzi F, Spinelli D, & Di Russo F. The predictive brain: Modality-Specific Sensory Anticipation of Upcoming Events.
  8. Perri, RL, Rossani, F, Di Russo, F. Neuroelectric evidence of top-down hypnotic modulation associated with somatosensory processing of sensory and limbic regions. Neuroimage.

International Journals: published papers

  1. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M, Bianco, V., Quinzi, F., Spinelli, D., Di Russo. Perceptual load in decision making: ERP correlates of anterior insula processing. Brain Topography, in press [IF 3.4]
  2. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M, Bianco, V., Quinzi, F., Spinelli, D., Di Russo. Endogenous Visual Processing Associated with Perceptual Analysis within the Anterior Insula. Brain structure and Function. In press [IF 4.7]
  3. Perri, R.L. and Di Russo, F. Executive functions and performance variability measured by event- related potentials to understand the neural bases of perceptual decision-making. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 11, 556 [IF 3.2]
  4. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M, Bianco, V., Spinelli, D., Di Russo. Brain waves from an “isolated” cortex: Contribution of the anterior insula to cognitive functions. Brain structure and Function, 1-13 [IF 4.7]
  5. Bianco, V., Berchicci, M., Perri, R.L., Quinzi, F., Di Russo, F. (2017). Exercise-Related Cognitive Effects on Sensory-Motor Control in Athletes and Drummers Compared to Non-athletes and Other Musicians. Neuroscience 360, 39-47 [IF 3.27]
  6. Perri, R.L., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. (2017). Missing the target: the neural processing underlying response omission. Brain topography, 1-12 [IF 3.72]
  7. Lucci, G., Berchicci, M., Perri, R.L., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F., (2016). Effect of target probability on pre-stimulus brain activity. Neuroscience, 322, 121-128. [IF 3.23]
  8. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M., Lucci, G., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. (2016). How the brain prevents a second error in a decision-making task. Scientific Reports, 6 32058 [IF 5.22]
  9. Bianco, V., Di Russo, F., Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M. (2016). Different proactive and reactive control in fencers’ and boxers’ brain. Neuroscience, 343, 260-268 [IF 3.2]
  10. Perri, R.L., Lucci, G., Berchicci, M., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. (2015). Why do we Make Mistakes? Neurocognitive Processes During the Preparation-Perception-Action Cycle and Error-Processing. Neuroimage, 113 (2015): 320-328. [IF 6.45]
  11. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M., Lucci, G., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. (2015). The Premotor Role of the Prefrontal Cortex in Response Consistency. Neuropsychology, 29 (5), 767-775. [IF 3.269]
  12. Berchicci, M., Lucci, G., Perri, R.L., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. (2014). Benefits of physical exercise on basic visuo-motor functions across age. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 6:48 [IF 5.224]
  13. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M., Lucci, G., Cimmino, R.L., Bello, A., Di Russo, F. (2014). Getting Ready for an Emotion: Specific Premotor Brain Activities for Self-Administered Emotional Pictures. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience, 8, 197 [IF 4.16]
    Di Russo, F., Berchicci, M., Bozzacchi, C., Perri, R.L., Pitzalis, S., Spinelli, D. (2017). Beyond the“Bereitschaftspotential”: Action Preparation Behind Cognitive Functions. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. 78, 57-81 [IF 8.58]
  14. Bianco, V., Berchicci, M., Perri, R.L., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. (2017). The Proactive Self-Control of Actions: Time-Course of Underlying Brain Activities. Neuroimage, 156, 388-393 [IF 5.46]
  15. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M, Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. (2014). Individual Differences in Response Speed and Accuracy are Associated to Specific Brain Activities of two Interacting Systems. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience, 8, 251. [IF 4.16]
  16. Di Russo, F., Berchicci, M., Perri, R. L., Ripani, F. R., Ripani, M. (2013). A passive exoskeleton can push your life up: Application on multiple sclerosis patients. PLOS ONE, 8(10), e77348. [IF 3.53]
  17. Di Russo, F., Berchicci, M., Perri, R. L., Ripani, F. R., Ripani, M. (2013). Effects of the HBP passive exoskeleton on brain functions: Application on multiple sclerosis patients. Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology, 118(2), 75.

 

Contact
Website
http://www.ipnosiper.it
Presentations/ teachings
Qualifications

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS

  1. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M., Bianco, V., Quinzi, F., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. Identification of prefrontal ERPs from the anterior insula and their association with executive functions. Cognitive Neuroscience of Executive Functions (CNEF), 2017. Conference Proceedings, p. 83
  2. Di Rollo, A., Cosottini, M., Pesaresi, I., Fabbri, S., Di Russo, F., Perri, R. L., Barloscio, D., Bocci, T., Ragazzoni, A., Sartucci, F. (2016). 29. ERP generators in an omitted-target oddball task: A simultaneous EEG-fMRI study. Clinical Neurophysiology, 127(12), e330.
  3. Berchicci, M, Quinzi, F., Bianco, V., Perri, R.L., Vannozzi, G., Di Russo, F. Getting ready to walk: combining neuro motor control and peripersonal/extrapersonal space. Neuropsychological Trends, 20/2016
  4. Di Russo, F., Bianco, V., Berchicci, M., Spinelli, D., Perri, R.L. Links between stimulus-related insular activity and awareness. Neuropsychological Trends, 20/2016
  5. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M, Bianco, V., Spinelli, D., Di Russo. Signals from an hidden island: novel ERP components from the anterior Insula and their involvement in visual recognition and in action-related evidence accumulation. Neuropsychological Trends, 20/2016
  6. Ragazzoni, A., Di Russo, F., Fabbri, S., Pesaresi, I., Di Rollo, A., Perri, R.L., Barloscio, D., Bocci, T., Cosottini, M., Sartucci, F. Are omitted targets best suited for eliciting purely endogenous ERPs? Source modelling of emitted potentials based on simultaneous EEG-fMRI recordings. Neuropsychological Trends, 20/2016
  1. Di Russo, F., Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M., Lucci, G., Bianco, V., Spinelli, D. The premotor origin of the N2 component in Go/No-go tasks. Neuropsychological Trends, 18/2015.
  2. Perri, R.L., Spinelli, D., Di Russo, F. Making error: why did it happen and how to fix it? Electrophysiological signs from the brain. Neuropsychological Trends, 18/2015.
  3. Di Russo, F., Berchicci, M., Bozzacchi, C., Lucci, G., Perri, R.L., Pitzalis, S., Spinelli, D. Beyond the “Bereitschaftspotential”: action anticipation and cognitive functions. Neuropsychological trends, 16/2014
  4. Perri, R.L., Berchicci, M., Di Russo, F. (2013). Anticipating expected emotions: the role of prefrontal and occipital areas. Neuropsychological Trends, 116. ISSN 1970-321X.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

“Signals from an hidden island: Novel ERP components from the anterior Insula and their involvement in visual recognition and in action-related evidence accumulation”. Oral presentation at the XXIV Congress of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology (SIPF). Milan, October 2016.

“Early prefrontal ERPs reflect the anterior insular processing associated with the sensory- and visuomotor-awareness.” Oral presentation at the XXII Congress of the Italian Association of Psychology (AIP). Rome, September 2016.

“The contribution of the psychophysiology to the understanding of the criminal behavior”. Oral presentation. Palazzo del Viminale. Rome, June 2016.

 

“The role of the anterior insula in the awareness of action”. Oral presentation at the seminar “The neuroscience of self: body awareness and neural basis”. Department of Psychology of the University of Naples. Naples, April 2016.

 

“Making error: why did it happen and how to fix it? Electrophysiological signs from the brain”.

Oral presentation at the XXIII Congress of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology (SIPF). Lucca, November 2015.

 

“False alarm vs. Omission: neural basis of error commission in perceptual decision-making”.

Oral presentation at the XXI Congress of the Italian Association of Psychology (AIP). Rovereto, September 2015.

 

The Individual Speed and Accuracy Performance are Associated to Specific Brain Activities of two Interacting Systems.” Oral presentation at the XX Congress of the Italian Association of Psychology (AIP). Pavia, September 2014.

 

Benefits of the HBP Exoskeleton on Walking and Cognitive Brain Functions in Multiple Sclerosis Patients”. Oral presentation at the XX Congress of the International Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology (ISEK). Rome, July 2014.

 

Anticipating expected emotions: the role of prefrontal and occipital areas. Poster presented at the XXI Congress of the Italian Society of Psychophysiology (SIPF). Lecce, October 2013.

 

From the attachment disorders to psychopathology: neurophysiological markers. Lecture presented at the Workshop “The authors of violence, stalking and homicide”. Rome, July 2012.

 

The neurophysiology of aggression. Lecture presented at the national campaign of sensitization about stalking and psychological violence. Rome, June 2012.

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