Diego Manzoni

University of Pisa, Pisa, Toscana, Italy 
"Diego Manzoni"
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Massimo Barresi grad student
Claudia Grasso grad student
Francesco Di Gruttola grad student 2014-2018
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Santarcangelo EL, Manzoni D. (2021) Hypnotisability and the Cerebellum: Hypotheses and Perspectives. Cerebellum (London, England)
Lanatà A, Greco A, Ciardelli M, et al. (2021) Linear and non linear measures of pupil size as a function of hypnotizability. Scientific Reports. 11: 5196
Tramonti Fantozzi MP, Lazzarini G, De Cicco V, et al. (2021) The path from trigeminal asymmetry to cognitive impairment: a behavioral and molecular study. Scientific Reports. 11: 4744
Tramonti Fantozzi MP, De Cicco V, Argento S, et al. (2020) Trigeminal input, pupil size and cognitive performance: From oral to brain matter. Brain Research. 147194
Manetti R, Manzoni D, Orsini P, et al. (2020) Postural effects of interoceptive imagery as a function of hypnotizability. Physiology & Behavior. 113222
Menicucci D, Di Gruttola F, Cesari V, et al. (2020) Task-independent electrophysiological correlates of motor imagery ability from kinaesthetic and visual perspectives. Neuroscience
Fantozzi MPT, Banfi T, De Cicco V, et al. (2019) Assessing Pupil-linked Changes in Locus Coeruleus-mediated Arousal Elicited by Trigeminal Stimulation. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove
Tramonti Fantozzi MP, Diciotti S, Tessa C, et al. (2019) Unbalanced Occlusion Modifies the Pattern of Brain Activity During Execution of a Finger to Thumb Motor Task. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 499
Ibáñez-Marcelo E, Campioni L, Manzoni D, et al. (2019) Spectral and topological analyses of the cortical representation of the head position: Does hypnotizability matter? Brain and Behavior. e01277
De Cicco V, Tramonti Fantozzi MP, Cataldo E, et al. (2017) Trigeminal, Visceral and Vestibular Inputs May Improve Cognitive Functions by Acting through the Locus Coeruleus and the Ascending Reticular Activating System: A New Hypothesis. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 11: 130
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