Davide Bottari

Affiliations: 
University of Trento, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy 
Area:
Crossmodal plasticity, EEG
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Lettieri G, Handjaras G, Cappello EM, et al. (2024) Dissecting abstract, modality-specific and experience-dependent coding of affect in the human brain. Science Advances. 10: eadk6840
Sourav S, Kekunnaya R, Bottari D, et al. (2024) Sound suppresses earliest visual cortical processing after sight recovery in congenitally blind humans. Communications Biology. 7: 118
Berto M, Ricciardi E, Pietrini P, et al. (2023) Distinguishing Fine Structure and Summary Representation of Sound Textures from Neural Activity. Eneuro. 10
Federici A, Bennett CR, Bauer CM, et al. (2023) Altered neural oscillations underlying visuospatial processing in cerebral visual impairment. Brain Communications. 5: fcad232
Ossandón JP, Stange L, Gudi-Mindermann H, et al. (2023) The development of oscillatory and aperiodic resting state activity is linked to a sensitive period in humans. Neuroimage. 120171
Federici A, Bernardi G, Senna I, et al. (2023) Crossmodal plasticity following short-term monocular deprivation. Neuroimage. 274: 120141
Setti F, Handjaras G, Bottari D, et al. (2023) A modality-independent proto-organization of human multisensory areas. Nature Human Behaviour
Pavani F, Bottari D. (2022) Neuroplasticity following cochlear implants. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 187: 89-108
Villwock A, Bottari D, Röder B. (2022) Event-related potential correlates of visuo-tactile motion processing in congenitally deaf humans. Neuropsychologia. 170: 108209
Stroh AL, Grin K, Rösler F, et al. (2022) Developmental experiences alter the temporal processing characteristics of the visual cortex: Evidence from deaf and hearing native signers. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 55: 1629-1644
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