Franco Delogu

Lawrence Technological University 
Cognitive neuroscience
"Franco Delogu"
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Hayashi S, Caron B, Heinsfeld AS, et al. (2023) A decentralized and open source cloud platform to support neuroscience research. Arxiv
Meloni C, Delogu F, Fanari R. (2023) Symbolic and non-symbolic predictors of number line task in Italian kindergarteners. Frontiers in Psychology. 14: 1137607
Delogu F, Barnewold M, Meloni C, et al. (2020) The Morra Game as a Naturalistic Test Bed for Investigating Automatic and Voluntary Processes in Random Sequence Generation. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 551126
Delogu F, Zheng Y. (2020) Beneficial Effects of Musicality on the Development of Productive Phonology Skills in Second Language Acquisition. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 14: 618
Delogu F, Gravina M, Dong X, et al. (2020) Tactile beauty is in the hand, but also in the eye of the beholder: Interaction between haptic and visual experiences in aesthetic judgement. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts
Delogu F, McMurray P. (2019) Where did that noise come from? Memory for sound locations is exceedingly eccentric both in front and in rear space. Cognitive Processing
Delogu F, Brunetti R, Inuggi A, et al. (2019) That does not sound right: Sounds affect visual ERPs during a piano sight-reading task. Behavioural Brain Research
Delogu F, Lilla CC. (2017) Do you remember where sounds, pictures and words came from? The role of the stimulus format in object location memory. Memory (Hove, England). 1-7
Brunetti R, Del Gatto C, Cavallina C, et al. (2016) Did I see your hand moving? The effect of movement-related information on the Corsi block tapping task. Psychological Research
Delogu F, Huddas C, Steven K, et al. (2016) A Dissociation Between Recognition and Hedonic Value in Caloric and Non-caloric Carbonated Soft Drinks. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 36
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