Dr. Daniele Marzoli is currently a Research Fellow at the Department of Psychological Sciences, Health and Territory of the University of Chieti, Italy. He received his Ph.D. in Psychology in 2010 from the University of Chieti. During his academic career, the main interests of Dr. Marzoli have been embodied cognition, social cognition, and hemispheric lateralization, with a particular emphasis on their evolutionary grounds. This broad range of interest is reflected in the variety of topics he has dealt so far, extending from embodiment of emotion to mate choice, from empathy to gaze cueing, from approach-avoidance motivation to object observation. As a consequence, his publications include papers addressing different topics. Since 2010, Dr. Marzoli has also been committed in teaching (Psychology of Perception, Psychology of Perception and Attention, Psychobiology and Evolutionary Psychology).
Hemispheric asymmetries; embodiment; motor imagery; body and action representations; affordance; emotion; empathy; evolutionary psychology; mate preferences; cognitive and behavioural neurosciences.