Dr. Hasson received his PhD. from Princeton University in 2004, where he was advised by Sam Glucksberg and Phil Johnson-Laird. He was then a post-doctoral scholar at the University of Chicago where he worked with Steven Small and Howard Nusbaum on questions related to the neurobiology of language. In 2008 he took at position at the University of Trento, Italy, where he is now an Associate Professor.
His interests encompass several inter-related domains within cognition and perception, including statistical learning and prediction, language comprehension, and features of resting-state processes. In 2010, he was awarded an ERC starting grant to study mechanisms by which the human brain codes the recent past to predict the immediate future.
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