Teresa Del Bianco

Postdoctoral Researcher

Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development
Henry Wellcome Building
Birkbeck, University of London
Malet Street

Phone: +44 (0)20 7079 6322
Email: t.delbianco@bbk.ac.uk


Research interests

Infants’ social development, gaze and face processing, regulation of attention, Autism Spectrum Disorder

Curriculum vitae

PhD in Psychological Sciences and Education, University of Trento (2018)

Master of Medicine, University of Pisa (2014)


Del Bianco, T., Falck‐Ytter, T., Thorup, E., & Gredebäck, G. (2018). The Developmental Origins of Gaze‐Following in Human Infants. Infancy.

Del Bianco T., Ozturk Y., Basadonne I., Mazzoni N., Venuti P. (2018) "The thorn in the dyad: a vision on the parent-child relationship in Autism Spectrum Disorder", Europe’s Journal of Psychology

Del Bianco, T., Mazzoni, N., Bentenuto, A., & Venuti, P. (2018). An investigation of attention to faces and eyes: looking time is task-dependent in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Frontiers in psychology9, 2629.

Del Bianco, T., & Venuti, P. (2017). The Gaze of Others: Atypical development of early social orienting in Autism Spectrum Disorder. Psicologia Clinica Dello Sviluppo, 21(3). http://doi.org/10.1449/88499

Kleberg, J. L., Del Bianco, T., & Falck‐Ytter, T. (2018). How Infants Arousal Influences Their Visual Search. Child development.