Emmanuele (also known as "Tido!") completed a BA and a two-year MSc at Bologna University (ITA) and a PhD at Sapienza University of Rome (ITA). After a career-break in 2018, he joined the University of Hull in March 2019 where he leads as Principal Investigator the Human Technology Laboratory.
Since childhood he wondered about the underlining processes allowing people to think of them and others as intentional agents. Now, he uses behavioural and neuroscientific techniques to provide answers that will be useful for our technological world.
As a scientist and a person he owes much to his Supervisors, to students, and to all people he worked with. He is always ready to learn from his collaborators and he is looking forward working together with passioned people.
Student Research Assistants
Steven is a second-year Psychology student at the University of Hull. Born in Hull, Steven has had a good variety of jobs which has given him a well-rounded pool of knowledge and experience. After working in the care sector Steven became interested in psychology. Through his studies, Steven has narrowed his interest to the applications of virtual reality on people’s health in a clinical setting and is looking to pursue his interest into the clinical PhD programme.
Loron is an undergraduate who joined the University of Hull in 2017 and has supported the psychology department by becoming a course representative for foundation psychology students, progressing onto becoming a student mentor for foundation students in 2018. Loron represented her student body for the University of Hull at the British Psychological Society accreditation meeting in 2019. Her main interests are social and cognitive neuropsychology, human-robot interactions and (a)typical development, in particular autism spectrum disorder.
Joshua grew up in Birmingham, he enjoyed both science and arts subjects at school. Before going to University Josh spent six months working as a ski instructor in Japan, in the mountains near Tokyo. He now studies BSc Psychology at the University of Hull. During his second year he has been working as Dr Tidoni’s lab assistant and he plans to further continue his studying by applying for an MSc in Industrial and Organisational Psychology. In his free time, he enjoys travelling, cinema, going to the gym and playing the guitar.