Andrea Nadalini

Andrea NadaliniAndrea Nadalini, psycholinguist
Istituto di Linguistica Computazionale - CNR
building B, entrance 21, 1st floor, room 17

I am a research fellow at the CNR Institute for Computational Linguistics, in Pisa. My research interests concern how written words are processed and represented within our lexical-semantic system. These issues have been approached by combining experimental techniques (semantic categorization and lexical decision times, ERPs) with computational tools (vector-based models).

In addition, I got interested in the interface between consciousness and semantic processing, trying to define what kind of information can be extracted from words that are subliminally presented. In this context, I investigated metaphorical and semantic masked priming, particularly in the temporal, numerical and affective domains.

In Pisa, I am currently involved in the Readlet project, which collects informations about children's reading behaviour via a tablet-based application and should eventually help educators to dynamically spot learner's weaknesses and strengths.

I got my MA in Linguistics at the University of Bologna. Then I joined prof. Davide Crepaldi's Lab at the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, first as a research assistant and then as a PhD student.

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2022 - Book chapters
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Crepaldi D., Ferro M., Marzi C., Nadalini A., Pirrelli V., and Taxitari L. (2022) “Finger movements and eye movements during adults' silent and oral reading”, Developing language and literacy-Studies in Honor of Dorit Diskin Ravid, ISBN 978-3-030-99890-5, Levie R., Bar On A., Ashkenazi O., Dattner E., and Brandes G. (eds.), published by Springer (Dordrecht, NLD), vol. 23, pp. 443-471.
2021 - Conference papers
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Taxitari L., Cappa C., Ferro M., Marzi C., Nadalini A., and Pirrelli V. (2021) “Using mobile technology for reading assessment”, ISBN 9781728166469, 6th IEEE Congress on Information Science & Technology (IEEE CIST'20), online, 05/06/2021, pp. 1-6.
2021 - Conference contributions
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Marzi C., Taxitari L., Ferro M., Nadalini A., and Pirrelli V. (2021) “Valutare la lettura "in tempo reale": un esempio di integrazione tra linguistica computazionale e linguistica applicata”, FARE LINGUISTICA APPLICATA CON LE DIGITAL HUMANITIES, XXI Congresso Internazionale di AItLA, Bergamo (I), 11-12/02/2021, vol. 2021, pp. 5-5.
2020 - Conference papers
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Marzi C., Rodella A., Nadalini A., Taxitari L., and Pirrelli V. (2020) “Does finger-tracking point to child reading strategies?”, Proceedings of the Seventh Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics, ISSN 1613-0073, Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics 2020, Bologna, 1-3/03/2021, Monti J., Dell'Orletta F., and Tamburini F. (eds.), published by CEUR-WS. org (Aachen, DEU), vol. vol-2769, pp. 1-7.
2020 - Conference contributions
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Pirrelli V., Cappa C., Crepaldi D., Del Pinto V., Ferro M., Giulivi S., Marzi C., Nadalini A., and Taxitari L. (2020) “Tracking the pace of reading with finger movements”, Words in the World International Conference, Montreal (Canada), 16-18/10/2020, 1 page.
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