Laura Sebastiani

University of Pisa, Pisa, Toscana, Italy 
"Laura Sebastiani"
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Menicucci D, Di Gruttola F, Cesari V, et al. (2020) Task-independent electrophysiological correlates of motor imagery ability from kinaesthetic and visual perspectives. Neuroscience
Diolaiuti F, Fantozzi MPT, Di Galante M, et al. (2020) Association of hypnotizability and deep sleep: any role for interoceptive sensibility? Experimental Brain Research
Diolaiuti F, Huber A, Ciaramella A, et al. (2019) Hypnotisability-related interoceptive awareness and inhibitory/activating emotional traits. Archives Italiennes De Biologie. 157: 111-119
Lanata A, Sebastiani L, Di Gruttola F, et al. (2019) Nonlinear Analysis of Eye-Tracking Information for Motor Imagery Assessments. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 1431
Ruggirello S, Campioni L, Piermanni S, et al. (2019) Does hypnotic assessment predict the functional equivalence between motor imagery and action? Brain and Cognition. 136: 103598
Sebastiani L, Di Gruttola F, Incognito O, et al. (2019) The higher the basal vagal tone the better the motor imagery ability. Archives Italiennes De Biologie. 157: 3-14
Incognito O, Menardo E, Di Gruttola F, et al. (2018) Visuospatial imagery in healthy individuals with different hypnotizability levels. Neuroscience Letters
Debarnot U, Rossi M, Schwartz S, et al. (2017) Sleep does not facilitate insight in older adults. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Gemignani A, Menicucci D, Laurino M, et al. (2015) Linking Sleep Slow Oscillations with consciousness theories: new vistas on Slow Wave Sleep unconsciousness. Archives Italiennes De Biologie. 153: 145-53
Sebastiani L, Castellani E, Gemignani A, et al. (2015) Inefficient stimulus processing at encoding affects formation of high-order general representation: A study on cross-modal word-stem completion task. Brain Research. 1622: 386-96
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