Paolo Bernardis

Psychology University of Trieste, Trieste, TS, Italy 
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Galliussi J, Perondi L, Chia G, et al. (2020) Inter-letter spacing, inter-word spacing, and font with dyslexia-friendly features: testing text readability in people with and without dyslexia. Annals of Dyslexia
Mezzarobba S, Grassi M, Pellegrini L, et al. (2017) Action Observation Plus Sonification. A Novel Therapeutic Protocol for Parkinson's Patient with Freezing of Gait. Frontiers in Neurology. 8: 723
Galliussi J, Grzeczkowski L, Gerbino W, et al. (2017) Is lack of attention necessary for task-irrelevant perceptual learning? Vision Research
Vallesi A, Arbula S, Bernardis P. (2014) Functional dissociations in temporal preparation: evidence from dual-task performance. Cognition. 130: 141-51
Gentilucci M, Campione GC, Dalla Volta R, et al. (2009) The observation of manual grasp actions affects the control of speech: a combined behavioral and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation study. Neuropsychologia. 47: 3190-202
Bernardis P, Salillas E, Caramelli N. (2008) Behavioural and neurophysiological evidence of semantic interaction between iconic gestures and words. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 25: 1114-28
Bernardis P, Bello A, Pettenati P, et al. (2008) Manual actions affect vocalizations of infants. Experimental Brain Research. 184: 599-603
Bruno N, Bernardis P, Gentilucci M. (2008) Visually guided pointing, the Müller-Lyer illusion, and the functional interpretation of the dorsal-ventral split: conclusions from 33 independent studies. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 32: 423-37
Barbieri F, Buonocore A, Bernardis P, et al. (2007) On the relations between affordance and representation of the agent's effector. Experimental Brain Research. 180: 421-33
Gentilucci M, Bernardis P. (2007) Imitation during phoneme production. Neuropsychologia. 45: 608-15
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