Emma Brambilla

Emma Brambilla graduated in Psychology of Communication at the Catholic University of Milan. Her research interests deal mainly with clinical neuropsychology applied on neurological diseases with a focus on rehabilitation (expecially about Tourette Syndrome, inhibitory processes and non-pharmacological approach). She’s also interested in music, both about cognitive comprehension and processing of musical stimuli and therapeutic use of music’s potentialities.


National and International Conferences
Brambilla, E. & Balconi, M. (2008). Analisi dei Correlati Neurosicologici su Caso Singolo con Sindrome di Tourette. Convegno dell’Associazione Italiana di Psicologia, Area Sperimentale, 18-20 settembre 2008, Padova, Italia.