Aldo Genovesio

Affiliations: 
Universita La Sapienza Roma, Roma, Lazio, Italy 
Area:
behavioral neurophysiology
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Marcos E, Londei F, Genovesio A. (2019) Hidden Markov Models Predict the Future Choice Better Than a PSTH-Based Method. Neural Computation. 1-17
Marcos E, Tsujimoto S, Mattia M, et al. (2019) A Network Activity Reconfiguration Underlies the Transition from Goal to Action. Cell Reports. 27: 2909-2920.e4
Ferrucci L, Nougaret S, Brunamonti E, et al. (2019) Effects of reward size and context on learning in macaque monkeys. Behavioural Brain Research. 372: 111983
Nougaret S, Ferrucci L, Genovesio A. (2019) Role of the social actor during social interaction and learning in human-monkey paradigms. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 102: 242-250
Mione V, Tsujimoto S, Genovesio A. (2019) Neural Correlations Underlying Self-Generated Decision in the Frontal Pole Cortex during a Cued Strategy Task. Neuroscience
Ferrucci L, Nougaret S, Genovesio A. (2019) Macaque monkeys learn by observation in the ghost display condition in the object-in-place task with differential reward to the observer. Scientific Reports. 9: 401
Cirillo R, Fascianelli V, Ferrucci L, et al. (2018) Neural Intrinsic Timescales in the Macaque Dorsal Premotor Cortex Predict the Strength of Spatial Response Coding. Iscience. 10: 203-210
Cirillo R, Ferrucci L, Marcos E, et al. (2018) Coding of Self and Other's Future Choices in Dorsal Premotor Cortex during Social Interaction. Cell Reports. 24: 1679-1686
Nougaret S, Genovesio A. (2018) Learning the meaning of new stimuli increases the cross-correlated activity of prefrontal neurons. Scientific Reports. 8: 11680
Fascianelli V, Tsujimoto S, Marcos E, et al. (2017) Autocorrelation Structure in the Macaque Dorsolateral, But not Orbital or Polar, Prefrontal Cortex Predicts Response-Coding Strength in a Visually Cued Strategy Task. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
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