Domenico Parisi

Institute of Psychology / ISTC CNR Italy 
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Angelo Cangelosi research assistant 1992-1997 CNR Italy
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Caligiore D, Parisi D, Baldassarre G. (2014) Integrating reinforcement learning, equilibrium points, and minimum variance to understand the development of reaching: a computational model. Psychological Review. 121: 389-421
Ferrauto T, Parisi D, Di Stefano G, et al. (2013) Different genetic algorithms and the evolution of specialization: a study with groups of simulated neural robots. Artificial Life. 19: 221-53
Caligiore D, Borghi AM, Parisi D, et al. (2013) How affordances associated with a distractor object affect compatibility effects: a study with the computational model TRoPICALS. Psychological Research. 77: 7-19
Parisi D. (2012) Studying the impact of language on the mind by constructing robots that have language Advances in Complex Systems. 15
Harnad S, Steels L, Belpaeme T, et al. (2011) Research Commentaries on Cangelosi’s “Solutions and Open Challenges for the Symbol Grounding Problem” International Journal of Signs and Semiotic Systems. 1: 55-79
Caligiore D, Borghi AM, Parisi D, et al. (2011) Affordances of distractors and compatibility effects: a study with the computational model TRoPICALS Nature Precedings. 1-1
Borghi AM, di Ferdinando A, Parisi D. (2011) Objects, spatial compatibility, and affordances: A connectionist study Cognitive Systems Research. 12: 33-44
Parisi D. (2010) Robots with language. Frontiers in Neurorobotics. 4: 10
Caligiore D, Borghi AM, Parisi D, et al. (2010) TRoPICALS: a computational embodied neuroscience model of compatibility effects. Psychological Review. 117: 1188-228
Mirolli M, Parisi D. (2008) How producer biases can favor the evolution of communication: An analysis of evolutionary dynamics Adaptive Behavior. 16: 27-52
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