Maurizio Gentilucci

Institute of Human Physiology University of Parma, Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy 
"Maurizio Gentilucci"
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Stefani E, De Marco D, Gentilucci M. (2015) Factors affecting athletes' motor behavior after the observation of scenes of cooperation and competition in competitive sport: the effect of sport attitude. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1648
De Marco D, De Stefani E, Gentilucci M. (2015) Gesture and word analysis: the same or different processes? Neuroimage. 117: 375-85
Fabbri-Destro M, Avanzini P, De Stefani E, et al. (2015) Interaction Between Words and Symbolic Gestures as Revealed By N400. Brain Topography. 28: 591-605
Dalla Volta R, Fabbri-Destro M, Gentilucci M, et al. (2014) Spatiotemporal dynamics during processing of abstract and concrete verbs: an ERP study. Neuropsychologia. 61: 163-74
De Stefani E, Innocenti A, De Marco D, et al. (2014) The spatial alignment effect in near and far space: a kinematic study. Experimental Brain Research. 232: 2431-8
Ferri F, Busiello M, Campione GC, et al. (2014) The eye contact effect in request and emblematic hand gestures. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 39: 841-51
Campione GC, De Stefani E, Innocenti A, et al. (2014) Does comprehension of symbolic gestures and corresponding-in-meaning words make use of motor simulation? Behavioural Brain Research. 259: 297-301
Innocenti A, De Stefani E, Sestito M, et al. (2014) Understanding of action-related and abstract verbs in comparison: a behavioral and TMS study. Cognitive Processing. 15: 85-92
De Stefani E, Innocenti A, De Marco D, et al. (2013) Concatenation of observed grasp phases with observer's distal movements: a behavioural and TMS study. Plos One. 8: e81197
De Stefani E, Innocenti A, Secchi C, et al. (2013) Type of gesture, valence, and gaze modulate the influence of gestures on observer's behaviors. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7: 542
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