Anna Berti
Anna Berti
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience
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When far becomes near: Remapping of space by tool use
A Berti, F Frassinetti
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 12 (3), 415-420, 2000
Unawareness of disease following lesions of the right hemisphere: anosognosia for hemiplegia and anosognosia for hemianopia
E Bisiach, G Vallar, D Perani, C Papagno, A Berti
Neuropsychologia 24 (4), 471-482, 1986
Unilateral neglect: personal and extra-personal
E Bisiach, D Perani, G Vallar, A Berti
Neuropsychologia 24 (6), 759-767, 1986
Shared cortical anatomy for motor awareness and motor control
A Berti, G Bottini, M Gandola, L Pia, N Smania, A Stracciari, I Castiglioni, ...
science 309 (5733), 488-491, 2005
Visual processing without awareness: Evidence from unilateral neglect
A Berti, G Rizzolatti
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 4 (4), 345-351, 1992
Perceptual and premotor factors of unilateral neglect
E Bisiach, G Geminiani, A Berti, ML Rusconi
Neurology 40 (8), 1278-1278, 1990
The anatomy of anosognosia for hemiplegia: a meta-analysis
L Pia, M Neppi-Modona, R Ricci, A Berti
Cortex 40 (2), 367-377, 2004
Anosognosia for hemiplegia, neglect dyslexia, and drawing neglect: Clinical findings and theoretical considerations
A Berti, E LÓdavas, M Della Corte
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 2 (5), 426-440, 1996
Technetium-99m HM-PAO-SPECT study of regional cerebral perfusion in early Alzheimer's disease
D Perani, V Di Piero, G Vallar, S Cappa, C Messa, G Bottini, A Berti, ...
Journal of Nuclear Medicine 29 (9), 1507-1514, 1988
Neglect as a neural representation deficit.
G Rizzolatti, A Berti
Revue Neurologique 146 (10), 626-634, 1990
Dyschiria. An attempt at its systemic explanation
E Bisiach, A Berti
Advances in psychology 45, 183-201, 1987
E LÓdavas
Levels of processing for visual stimuli in an “extinguished” field
A Berti, A Allport, J Driver, Z Dienes, J Oxbury, S Oxbury
Neuropsychologia 30 (5), 403-415, 1992
‘Moving’a paralysed hand: bimanual coupling effect in patients with anosognosia for hemiplegia
F Garbarini, M Rabuffetti, A Piedimonte, L Pia, M Ferrarin, F Frassinetti, ...
Brain 135 (5), 1486-1497, 2012
Understanding motor awareness through normal and pathological behavior
A Berti, L Pia
Current Directions in Psychological Science 15 (5), 245-250, 2006
When your arm becomes mine: pathological embodiment of alien limbs using tools modulates own body representation
F Garbarini, C Fossataro, A Berti, P Gindri, D Romano, L Pia, F della Gatta, ...
Neuropsychologia 70, 402-413, 2015
Neglect as a deficit determined by an imbalance between multiple spatial representations
E LÓdavas, A Berti, E Ruozzi, F Barboni
Experimental Brain Research 116, 493-500, 1997
The left inferior frontal gyrus is crucial for reading the mind in the eyes: brain lesion evidence
O Dal Monte, S Schintu, M Pardini, A Berti, EM Wassermann, J Grafman, ...
Cortex 58, 9-17, 2014
Decreased motor cortex excitability mirrors own hand disembodiment during the rubber hand illusion
F Della Gatta, F Garbarini, G Puglisi, A Leonetti, A Berti, P Borroni
Elife 5, e14972, 2016
Modular structure of awareness for sensorimotor disorders: evidence from anosognosia for hemiplegia and anosognosia for hemianaesthesia
L Spinazzola, L Pia, A Folegatti, C Marchetti, A Berti
Neuropsychologia 46 (3), 915-926, 2008
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