Leopoldo Bon

Affiliations: 
University of Modena e Reggio Emilia, Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy 
Area:
Sensorimotor integration, Frontal cortex, Macaque monkey
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Lucchetti C, Lanzilotto M, Perciavalle V, et al. (2012) Neuronal activity reflecting progression of trials in the pre-supplementary motor area of macaque monkey: an expression of neuronal flexibility. Neuroscience Letters. 506: 33-8
Lucchetti C, Lanzilotto M, Bon L. (2008) Auditory-motor and cognitive aspects in area 8B of macaque monkey's frontal cortex: a premotor ear-eye field (PEEF). Experimental Brain Research. 186: 131-41
Bon L, Lucchetti C. (2006) Auditory environmental cells and visual fixation effect in area 8B of macaque monkey. Experimental Brain Research. 168: 441-9
Lucchetti C, Ulrici A, Bon L. (2005) Dorsal premotor areas of nonhuman primate: functional flexibility in time domain. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 95: 121-30
Bon L, Lucchetti C, Portolan F, et al. (2002) MUPRO: a multipurpose robot. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 112: 855-68
Lucchetti C, Bon L. (2001) Time-modulated neuronal activity in the premotor cortex of macaque monkeys. Experimental Brain Research. 141: 254-60
Lucchetti C, Lui F, Bon L. (1998) Neglect syndrome for aversive stimuli in a macaque monkey with dorsomedial frontal cortex lesion. Neuropsychologia. 36: 251-7
Bon L, Lucchetti C. (1997) Activity of neurons related to eye movements during drowsiness in the frontal cortex of the macaca monkey. Sleep. 20: 501-4
Lucchetti C, Bon L. (1997) Motor programs of spontaneous and visually guided saccades in macaque monkey: an electrophysiological approach. The International Journal of Neuroscience. 90: 37-43
Bon L, Lucchetti C. (1997) Attention-related neurons in the supplementary eye field of the macaque monkey. Experimental Brain Research. 113: 180-5
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