Ignazio Puzzo, PhD

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University of Reading, Earley, England, United Kingdom 
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Panasiti MS, Puzzo I, Chakrabarti B. (2015) Autistic Traits Moderate the Impact of Reward Learning on Social Behaviour. Autism Research : Official Journal of the International Society For Autism Research
Puzzo I, Cooper NR, Cantarella S, et al. (2013) The effect of rTMS over the inferior parietal lobule on EEG sensorimotor reactivity differs according to self-reported traits of autism in typically developing individuals. Brain Research. 1541: 33-41
Cooper NR, Simpson A, Till A, et al. (2013) Beta event-related desynchronization as an index of individual differences in processing human facial expression: further investigations of autistic traits in typically developing adults. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 159
Cooper NR, Puzzo I, Pawley AD, et al. (2012) Bridging a yawning chasm: EEG investigations into the debate concerning the role of the human mirror neuron system in contagious yawning. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience. 12: 393-405
Puzzo I, Cooper NR, Cantarella S, et al. (2011) Measuring the effects of manipulating stimulus presentation time on sensorimotor alpha and low beta reactivity during hand movement observation. Neuroimage. 57: 1358-63
Puzzo I, Cooper NR, Vetter P, et al. (2010) EEG activation differences in the pre-motor cortex and supplementary motor area between normal individuals with high and low traits of autism. Brain Research. 1342: 104-10
Puzzo I, Cooper NR, Vetter P, et al. (2009) Reduced cortico-motor facilitation in a normal sample with high traits of autism. Neuroscience Letters. 467: 173-7
Cooper NR, Puzzo I, Pawley AD. (2008) Contagious yawning: the mirror neuron system may be a candidate physiological mechanism. Medical Hypotheses. 71: 975-6
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