Publications

The power of a story: New, automatic associations from a single reading of a short scenario

Journal: 

Psychonomic Bulletin and Review

Date: 

1 February, 2005

Foroni, F. & Mayr, U. (2005).  The power of a story: New, automatic associations from a single reading of a short scenario. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 12(1), 139-144.  

Action-related properties of objects shape object representations in the ventral stream

Journal: 

Neuron

Mahon B.Z., Milleville S.C., Negri G.A., Rumiati R.I., Caramazza A. & Martin A. (2007). Action-related properties of objects shape object representations in the ventral stream. Neuron, 55, 507-20.

Neuropsychological evidence for a strategic control of multiple routes in imitation

Journal: 

Brain

Tessari, A., Canessa, N., Ukmar, M. & Rumiati, R.I. (2007). Neuropsychological evidence for a strategic control of multiple routes in imitation. Brain, 130, 1111-1126.

Higher-level motor processes

Journal: 

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Rumiati, R.I., Papeo, L., & Corradi-Dell’Acqua, C. (2010). Higher-level motor processes. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1191, 219-41.

Neural correlates of spatial and anatomical components in action imitation

Journal: 

Neuroimage

Mengotti, P., Corradi dell’Acqua, C., & Rumiati, R.I. (2012). Neural correlates of spatial and anatomical components in action imitation. Neuroimage, 59, 1622-30.

One or two things I know about apraxia

Journal: 

Cortex

Rumiati R.I. (2014). One or two things I know about apraxia. Cortex, 57, 279-280.

Cognitive Neuroscience goes social

Journal: 

Cortex

Rumiati R.I., Humphreys G.W. Cognitive neuroscience goes social (2015). Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 70: 1-4.

Facial mimicry is asymmetrical in an anatomical way – a study in unilateral facial nerve patients

Journal: 

JAMA Facial Plastics Surgery

Korb, S., Wood, A., Hadlock, T., Agoulnik, D., Niedenthal, P. (in press). Facial mimicry is asymmetrical in an anatomical way – a study in unilateral facial nerve patients. JAMA Facial Plastics Surgery.

Fashioning the face: Sensorimotor simulation contributes to facial expression recognition

Journal: 

Trends in Cognitive Sciences

Wood, A., Rychlowska, M., Korb, S., Niedenthal, P. (in press). Fashioning the face: Sensorimotor simulation contributes to facial expression recognition. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.

The deficits on a cortical–subcortical loop of meaning processing in schizophrenia

Journal: 

Neuroreport

Chen, P. J., Fan, L. Y., Hwang, T. J., Hwu, H. G., Liu, C. M., & Chou, T. L. (2013). The deficits on a cortical–subcortical loop of meaning processing in schizophrenia. Neuroreport, 24(3), 147-151

Reduced structural integrity and functional lateralization of the dorsal language pathway correlate with hallucinations in schizophrenia: A combined diffusion spectrum imaging and functional magnetic resonance imaging study

Journal: 

Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging

Wu, C. H., Hwang, T. J., Chen, P. J., Chou, T. L., Hsu, Y. C., Liu, C. M.,  Hwu H.G. & Tseng, W. Y. I. (2014). Reduced structural integrity and functional lateralization of the dorsal language pathway correlate with hallucinations in schizophrenia: A combined diffusion spectrum imaging and functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 224(3), 303-310

Food for the mind: nutrition and the representation of eating [original title: Cibo per la mente: nutrizione e rappresentazione alimentare]. In V.A. Sironi (Ed.)

Journal: 

Chapter in Le Declinazioni del Cibo. Alimenti e salute, nutrizione e sostenibilità
Rumiati, R.I. & Foroni, F. (in press).  Food for the mind: nutrition and the representation of eating [original title: Cibo per la mente: nutrizione e rappresentazione alimentare]. In V.A. Sironi (Ed.). Le Declinazioni del Cibo. Alimenti e salute, nutrizione e sostenibilità. Laterza, Roma-Bari.

We are what we eat: How food is represented in our mind/brain

Journal: 

Psychonomic Bulletin and Review
Rumiati, R.I. & Foroni, F. (in press).  We are what we eat: How food is represented in our mind/brain.  Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. 
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