Patrizia Fattori

Affiliations: 
Università di Bologna, Bologna, Italy 
Area:
neurophysiology, V6, V6A
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Sulpizio V, von Gal A, Galati G, et al. (2024) Neural sensitivity to translational self- and object-motion velocities. Human Brain Mapping. 45: e26571
Breveglieri R, Borgomaneri S, Bosco A, et al. (2023) rTMS over the human medial parietal cortex impairs online reaching corrections. Brain Structure & Function
Sulpizio V, Fattori P, Pitzalis S, et al. (2023) Functional organization of the caudal part of the human superior parietal lobule. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 153: 105357
Borra D, Filippini M, Ursino M, et al. (2023) Motor decoding from the posterior parietal cortex using deep neural networks. Journal of Neural Engineering. 20
Breveglieri R, Borgomaneri S, Diomedi S, et al. (2023) A short route for reach planning between human V6A and the motor cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Hadjidimitrakis K, De Vitis M, Ghodrati M, et al. (2022) Anterior-posterior gradient in the integrated processing of forelimb movement direction and distance in macaque parietal cortex. Cell Reports. 41: 111608
Vaccari FE, Diomedi S, Filippini M, et al. (2022) New insights on single-neuron selectivity in the era of population-level approaches. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 16: 929052
Breveglieri R, Borgomaneri S, Filippini M, et al. (2022) Complementary contribution of the medial and lateral human parietal cortex to grasping: a repetitive TMS study. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Bosco A, Bertini C, Filippini M, et al. (2022) Machine learning methods detect arm movement impairments in a patient with parieto-occipital lesion using only early kinematic information. Journal of Vision. 22: 3
Sulpizio V, Strappini F, Fattori P, et al. (2022) The human middle temporal cortex responds to both active leg movements and egomotion-compatible visual motion. Brain Structure & Function
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