Roberta Sellaro graduated in Psychology at the University of Padova (Italy), in 2007, under the supervision of Prof. Carlo A. Umiltá. She spent her post-grad year doing internships in cognitive psychology (Department of Developmental Psychology and Socialization, University of Padova) and in clinical neuropsychology (Rehabilitation Unit for acquired neuropsychological deficits, Pieve di Soligo, Treviso, Italy). In 2009 she moved to the Center for Mind and Brain Sciences (CIMeC) of the University of Trento where she obtained her PhD degree (2013) in Cognitive and Brain Sciences, under the supervision of Prof. Roberto Cubelli. Afterwards she has moved to the Leiden University (Cognitive Psychology Unit) where she is currently a postdoctoral fellow working on the effects of tyrosine on cognition, a project funded by NWO- Vidi grant (2013) to Lorenza S. Colzato.
- Increased response conflict in recreational cocaine polydrug users. (2014)
- Preferred, but not objective temperature predicts working memory depletion. (2014)
- When co-action eliminates the Simon effect: Disentangling the impact of co-actor's presence and task sharing on joint-task performance (2013)