Eraldo Paulesu

University of Milano-Bicocca, IT 
cognitive neuropsycholoy, functional imaging, reading, working memory, motor control and awareness, motor imagery, aging, memory, dyslexia, spatial neglect, anosognosia, Tourette syndrome
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Gandola M, Zapparoli L, Saetta G, et al. (2021) Brain Abnormalities in Individuals with a Desire for a Healthy Limb Amputation: Somatosensory, Motoric or Both? A Task-Based fMRI Verdict. Brain Sciences. 11
Salvato G, Berlingeri M, De Maio G, et al. (2020) Autonomic responses to emotional linguistic stimuli and amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations predict outcome after severe brain injury. Neuroimage. Clinical. 28: 102356
Zapparoli L, Seghezzi S, Sacheli LM, et al. (2020) Eyes wide shut: How visual cues affect brain patterns of simulated gait. Human Brain Mapping
Zapparoli L, Sacheli LM, Seghezzi S, et al. (2020) Motor imagery training speeds up gait recovery and decreases the risk of falls in patients submitted to total knee arthroplasty. Scientific Reports. 10: 8917
Saetta G, Hänggi J, Gandola M, et al. (2020) Neural Correlates of Body Integrity Dysphoria. Current Biology : Cb
Sacheli LM, Zapparoli L, Bonandrini R, et al. (2020) How aging affects the premotor control of lower limb movements in simulated gait. Human Brain Mapping
Sacheli LM, Verga C, Arcangeli E, et al. (2020) How Task Interactivity Shapes Action Observation. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 29: 5302-5314
Zapparoli L, Seghezzi S, Zirone E, et al. (2020) How the effects of actions become our own Science Advances. 6: eaay8301
Salvato G, Richter F, Sedeño L, et al. (2019) Building the bodily self-awareness: Evidence for the convergence between interoceptive and exteroceptive information in a multilevel kernel density analysis study. Human Brain Mapping
Gandola M, Zapparoli L, Saetta G, et al. (2019) Thumbs up: Imagined hand movements counteract the adverse effects of post-surgical hand immobilization. Clinical, behavioral, and fMRI longitudinal observations. Neuroimage. Clinical. 23: 101838
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