Alfonso Caramazza

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Alfonso Caramazza"
Mean distance: 13.32 (cluster 23)
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Evelina (Ev) Fedorenko research assistant MIT
Petra E. Pajtas research assistant 2007- Harvard
Joanna Lillian Willms research assistant 2008- Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard University
Stefano Anzellotti grad student Harvard
Rita Berndt grad student Johns Hopkins
Charles C. Lee grad student Johns Hopkins University; Harvard University Schoold of Medicine
E. Charles Leek grad student Johns Hopkins University; Harvard University Schoold of Medicine
Randi Martin grad student Johns Hopkins
Brenda Rapp grad student Johns Hopkins
Marie-Josephe Tainturier grad student
Jorge Almeida grad student 2003- Harvard
Caterina Magri grad student 2013- Harvard
Michele Miozzo grad student 2000 Harvard
Tatiana T. Schnur grad student 2003 Harvard
Niels Janssen grad student 2005 Harvard
Yanchao Bi grad student 2006 Harvard
Kevin A. Shapiro grad student 1996-2008 Harvard
Mark D. Knobel grad student 2009 Harvard
Bradford Z. Mahon grad student 2009 Harvard
Seth M. Levine grad student 2012-2015 University of Trento
F. Xavier Alario post-doc Harvard
Olivia S. Cheung post-doc Harvard University & University of Trento
Albert Costa post-doc Harvard
Matthew S. Finkbeiner post-doc Harvard
Talia Konkle post-doc University of Trento, CIMeC
Ella Striem-Amit post-doc Harvard University - Psychology Department
Scott Laurence Fairhall post-doc 2009- Harvard University, CIMeC
Marius V. Peelen post-doc 2009- Harvard
Teresa M. Schubert post-doc 2018- Harvard
Arnaud Rey post-doc 1998-1999
Angelika Lingnau post-doc 2006-2010 University of Trento
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Wurm MF, Caramazza A. (2021) Two 'what' pathways for action and object recognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Vannuscorps G, Galaburda A, Caramazza A. (2021) Shape-centered representations of bounded regions of space mediate the perception of objects. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 1-50
Magri C, Konkle T, Caramazza A. (2021) The contribution of object size, manipulability, and stability on neural responses to inanimate objects. Neuroimage. 237: 118098
Blanco-Elorrieta E, Caramazza A. (2021) A common selection mechanism at each linguistic level in bilingual and monolingual language production. Cognition. 104625
Vannuscorps G, Andres M, Carneiro S, et al. (2021) Typically Efficient Lipreading without Motor Simulation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-11
Liu Y, Vannuscorps G, Caramazza A, et al. (2020) Evidence for an effector-independent action system from people born without hands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Wang X, Men W, Gao J, et al. (2020) Two Forms of Knowledge Representations in the Human Brain. Neuron
Vannuscorps G, Andres M, Caramazza A. (2020) Efficient recognition of facial expressions does not require motor simulation. Elife. 9
Vannuscorps G, Caramazza A. (2020) Conceptual processing of action verbs with and without motor representations. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 1-12
Vannuscorps G, Andres M, Caramazza A. (2020) Author response: Efficient recognition of facial expressions does not require motor simulation Elife
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