Organizational Neuroscience is the field of research that utilizes neuroscience evidence, theories, and methods to advance organizational and management knowledge and practice.
The Organizational Neuroscience Laboratory is headed by Associate Professor Sebastiano Massaro, the first scholar across the globe to be recognized and appointed in the field of Organizational Neuroscience.
The Laboratory focuses on the theoretical, empirical, and practical contributions of Organizational Neuroscience through an integrative and interdisciplinary approach. Sebastiano and his team explore and tackle fundamental issues traditionally addressed by organizational and behavioral scientists using neurophysiological methods, neuroimaging, computational models, and experimental approaches.
An innovative, creative, and cooperative space, the Organizational Neuroscience Laboratory is comprised of passionate researchers with diverse disciplinary and cultural backgrounds.
AFFECT AND COGNITION
METHODS AND MODELS FOR BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
ECOLOGICAL VALIDITY AND
HEALTH AND KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE SECTORS
GLOBAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICE
Whether you would like to learn more about the Laboratory, have an idea that you would like to explore using Organizational Neuroscience, or think you are a good blend for our team, we are always eager to hear from you.