CASTELLI, FULVIA

CASTELLI, FULVIA  

DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZE DEL SISTEMA NERVOSO E DEL COMPORTAMENTO  

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Amygdala damage impairs eye contact during conversations with real people. 1-gen-2007 Spezio, Ml; Huang, Py; Castelli, Fulvia; Adolphs, R.
Anthropomorphizing without social cues requires the basolateral amygdala 1-gen-2018 Waytz, A.; Cacioppo, J. T.; Hurlemann, R.; Castelli, F.; Adolphs, R.; Paul, L. K.
Autism, Asperger syndrome and brain mechanisms for the attribution of mental states to animated shapes. 1-gen-2002 Castelli, Fulvia; Frith, C; Happé, F; Frith, U.
Discrete and analogue quantity processing in the parietal lobe: a functional MRI study. 1-gen-2006 Castelli, Fulvia; Glaser, De; Butterworth, B.
Disturbances in the spontaneous attribution of social meaning in schizophrenia 1-gen-2009 Horan, Wp; Nuechterlein, K. H; Wynn, J. K; Lee, J; Castelli, Fulvia; Green, M. F.
Movement and Mind: A Functional Imaging Study of Perception and Interpretation of Complex Intentional Movement Patterns. 1-gen-2005 Castelli, Fulvia; Happe, Francesca; Frith, Uta; Frith, Chris
Primary Somatosensory Cortex Discriminates Affective Significance in Social Touch 1-gen-2011 V., Gazzola; Ml, Spezio; Ja, Etzel; Castelli, Fulvia; R., Adolphs; C., Keysers
Primary somatosensory cortex discriminates affective significance in social touch 1-gen-2012 V., Gazzola; M. L., Spezio; J. A., Etzel; Castelli, Fulvia; R., Adolphs; C., Keysers
The impact of extensive medial frontal lobe damage on 'Theory of Mind' and cognition 1-gen-2004 Bird, Cm; Castelli, Fulvia; Malik, O; Frith, U; Husain, M.
The Valley task: Understanding intention from goal-directed motion in typical development and autism 1-gen-2006 Castelli, Fulvia
TMS Over the Cerebellum Interferes with Short-term Memory of Visual Sequences 1-gen-2018 Ferrari, C; Cattaneo, Z; Oldrati, V; Casiraghi, L; Castelli, F; D'Angelo, E; Vecchi, T
Understanding emotions from standardized facial expressions in autism and normal development. 1-gen-2005 Castelli, Fulvia