Somatosensory perception, uni- and multisensory integration, sensorimotor interactions, gaze agency, sensory substitution, motor augmentation
Antonio Cataldo is a postdoctoral researcher at CVBE, LMU, where he investigates the behavioural and neural correlates of sense of agency for gaze-mediated actions. His research mainly focusses on the study of how the bodily senses shape our perception of the world, while simultaneously creating a representation of our own body as a unique object in the world. He completed his PhD at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (UCL), with a doctoral thesis on the processes underlying the merging of multiple simultaneous somatosensory stimuli into holistic percepts. Before joining the CVBE, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (UCL) and the School of Adanced Study (UoL), where he investigated the contribution of sensorimotor and oculomotor interactions to spatial perception.