Irene Cogliati Dezza



Irene Cogliati Dezza is a postdoctoral researcher in computational cognitive neuroscience supported by fNRS grant. She is interested in the neurobehavioral and neurocognitive mechanisms underlying decision-making under uncertainty (e.g., the exploration-exploitation dilemma). She conducts her research in both healthy and clinical population (i.e., addictive disorders) using neuroimaging (i.e., fmri), behavioral and computational methods (e.g., reinforcement learning). 

Her main collaborators are William Alexander (Florida Atlantic University), Angela Yu (University of California San Diego), Tom Verguts (Ghent University), Xavier Noel (ULB) and Giovanni Pezzullo (National Research Council of Italy).

For more information, papers and codes visit her webpage at

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