Michele Miozzo

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Michele Miozzo"
Mean distance: 15.37 (cluster 15)
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Alfonso Caramazza grad student 2000 Harvard
 (Lexical access in speech production.)
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Mahon BZ, Miozzo M, Pilcher WH. (2019) Direct electrical stimulation mapping of cognitive functions in the human brain. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 36: 97-102
Miozzo M, Shuster VP, Fischer-Baum S. (2018) How modality-specific is morphology? Cognitive Neuropsychology. 1-14
Miozzo M, Petrova A, Fischer-Baum S, et al. (2016) Serial position encoding of signs. Cognition. 154: 69-80
Hamberger MJ, Miozzo M, Schevon CA, et al. (2016) Functional differences among stimulation-identified cortical naming sites in the temporal region. Epilepsy & Behavior : E&B. 60: 124-129
Fischer-Baum S, Miozzo M, Laiacona M, et al. (2016) Perseveration During Verbal Fluency in Traumatic Brain Injury Reflects Impairments in Working Memory. Neuropsychology
Rapp B, Fischer-Baum S, Miozzo M. (2015) Modality and morphology: what we write may not be what we say. Psychological Science. 26: 892-902
Miozzo M, Hamberger MJ. (2015) Preserved meaning in the context of impaired naming in temporal lobe epilepsy. Neuropsychology. 29: 274-81
Rapp B, Fischer-Baum S, Miozzo M. (2015) Modality and Morphology: What We Write May Not Be What We Say Psychological Science. 26: 892-902
SCALTRITTI M, PERESSOTTI F, MIOZZO M. (2015) Bilingual advantage and language switch: What's the linkage?* Bilingualism
Miozzo M, Rawlins K, Rapp B. (2014) How verbs and non-verbal categories navigate the syntax/semantics interface: insights from cognitive neuropsychology. Cognition. 133: 621-40
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