Pietro Pietrini

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University of Pisa, Pisa, Toscana, Italy 
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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
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
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
Lettieri G, Handjaras G, Ricciardi E, et al. (2019) Emotionotopy in the human right temporo-parietal cortex. Nature Communications. 10: 5568
Ricciardi E, Bottari D, Ptito M, et al. (2019) The sensory-deprived brain as a unique tool to understand brain development and function. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Cecchetti L, Lettieri G, Handjaras G, et al. (2019) Brain Hemodynamic Intermediate Phenotype Links Vitamin B to Cognitive Profile of Healthy and Mild Cognitive Impaired Subjects. Neural Plasticity. 2019: 6874805
Imperatori LS, Betta M, Cecchetti L, et al. (2019) EEG functional connectivity metrics wPLI and wSMI account for distinct types of brain functional interactions. Scientific Reports. 9: 8894
Papale P, Betta M, Handjaras G, et al. (2019) Common spatiotemporal processing of visual features shapes object representation. Scientific Reports. 9: 7601
Bernardi G, Betta M, Cataldi J, et al. (2019) Visual imagery and visual perception induce similar changes in occipital slow waves of sleep. Journal of Neurophysiology
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