Vincenzo Maffei

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IRCCS Santa Lucia Foundation and University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy 
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Balestrucci P, Maffei V, Lacquaniti F, et al. (2020) The effects of visual parabolic motion on the subjective vertical and on interception. Neuroscience
Indovina I, Bosco G, Riccelli R, et al. (2020) Structural connectome and connectivity lateralization of the multimodal vestibular cortical network. Neuroimage. 222: 117247
Maffei V, Indovina I, Mazzarella E, et al. (2020) Sensitivity of occipito-temporal cortex, premotor and Broca's areas to visible speech gestures in a familiar language. Plos One. 15: e0234695
Balestrucci P, Daprati E, Lacquaniti F, et al. (2017) Effects of visual motion consistent or inconsistent with gravity on postural sway. Experimental Brain Research
Indovina I, Maffei V, Mazzarella E, et al. (2016) Path integration in 3D from visual motion cues: A human fMRI study. Neuroimage
Maffei V, Mazzarella E, Piras F, et al. (2016) Processing of visual gravitational motion in the peri-sylvian cortex: Evidence from brain-damaged patients. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 78: 55-69
Lacquaniti F, Bosco G, Gravano S, et al. (2015) Gravity in the Brain as a Reference for Space and Time Perception. Multisensory Research. 28: 397-426
Indovina I, Mazzarella E, Maffei V, et al. (2015) Sound-evoked vestibular stimulation affects the anticipation of gravity effects during visual self-motion. Experimental Brain Research. 233: 2365-71
Bosco G, Monache SD, Gravano S, et al. (2015) Filling gaps in visual motion for target capture. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 9: 13
Maffei V, Indovina I, Macaluso E, et al. (2015) Visual gravity cues in the interpretation of biological movements: neural correlates in humans. Neuroimage. 104: 221-30
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