Viola Del Pinto

Viola got her Master degree in Clinical Psychology at the Salesian Pontifical University in Rome, with a thesis on social communication disorders. She then joined to the lab as a Research Assistant in September 2019. Viola is particularly interested in language development, bilingualism and, more generally, how the way we speak influences the way we think and feel. 

In the lab, Viola studies the correlation between finger tracking and eye movement during children's reading. She's also involved in MECO, a project aimed at building a multilingual eye tracking corpus for adult reading.