Pietro Pietrini

University of Pisa, Pisa, Toscana, Italy 
"Pietro Pietrini"
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Lancione M, Costagli M, Handjaras G, et al. (2021) Complementing canonical fMRI with functional Quantitative Susceptibility Mapping (fQSM) in modern neuroimaging research. Neuroimage. 244: 118574
Scarpazza C, Finos L, Genon S, et al. (2021) Idiopathic and acquired pedophilia as two distinct disorders: an insight from neuroimaging. Brain Imaging and Behavior
Scarpazza C, Zampieri I, Miolla A, et al. (2020) A multidisciplinary approach to insanity assessment as a way to reduce cognitive biases. Forensic Science International. 319: 110652
Papale P, Leo A, Handjaras G, et al. (2020) Shape coding in occipito-temporal cortex relies on object silhouette, curvature and medial-axis. Journal of Neurophysiology
Monaro M, Zampieri I, Sartori G, et al. (2020) The detection of faked identity using unexpected questions and choice reaction times. Psychological Research
Bottari D, Bednaya E, Dormal G, et al. (2020) EEG frequency-tagging demonstrates increased left hemispheric involvement and crossmodal plasticity for face processing in congenitally deaf signers. Neuroimage. 117315
Ricciardi E, Papale P, Cecchetti L, et al. (2020) Does (lack of) sight matter for V1? New light from the study of the blind brain. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 118: 1-2
Palumbo S, Mariotti V, Anastasio T, et al. (2020) A genetic profile of oxytocin receptor improves moral acceptability of outcome-maximizing harm in male insurance brokers. Behavioural Brain Research. 112681
Avvenuti G, Leo A, Cecchetti L, et al. (2020) Reductions in perceived stress following Transcendental Meditation practice are associated with increased brain regional connectivity at rest. Brain and Cognition. 139: 105517
Alia-Klein N, Gan G, Gilam G, et al. (2019) The feeling of anger: From brain networks to linguistic expressions. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 108: 480-497
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