Barbara Penolazzi
Barbara Penolazzi
Department of Life Sciences, University of Trieste
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Early semantic context integration and lexical access as revealed by event-related brain potentials.
B Penolazzi, O Hauk, F Pulvermüller
Biological psychology 74, 374-388, 2007
Differences in the perception and time course of syntactic and semantic violations
M De Vincenzi, R Job, R Di Matteo, A Angrilli, B Penolazzi, L Ciccarelli, ...
Brain and language 85 (2), 280-296, 2003
Assessing the effects of tDCS over a delayed response inhibition task by targeting the right inferior frontal gyrus and right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex
DF Stramaccia, B Penolazzi, G Sartori, M Braga, S Mondini, G Galfano
Experimental brain research 233, 2283-2290, 2015
Dysfunctional hemispheric asymmetry of theta and beta EEG activity during linguistic tasks in developmental dyslexia
C Spironelli, B Penolazzi, A Angrilli
Biological psychology 77 (2), 123-131, 2008
Cortical brain responses to semantic incongruity and syntactic violation in Italian language: an event-related potential study
A Angrilli, B Penolazzi, F Vespignani, M De Vincenzi, R Job, L Ciccarelli, ...
Neuroscience letters 322 (1), 5-8, 2002
Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on episodic memory related to emotional visual stimuli
B Penolazzi, A Di Domenico, D Marzoli, N Mammarella, B Fairfield, ...
PloS one 5 (5), e10623, 2010
Delta EEG activity as a marker of dysfunctional linguistic processing in developmental dyslexia
B Penolazzi, C Spironelli, A Angrilli
Psychophysiology 45 (6), 1025-1033, 2008
Transcranial direct current stimulation and cognitive training in the rehabilitation of Alzheimer disease: A case study
B Penolazzi, S Bergamaschi, M Pastore, D Villani, G Sartori, S Mondini
Neuropsychological rehabilitation, doi: 10.1080/09602011.2014.977301, 2014
Human memory retrieval and inhibitory control in the brain: Beyond correlational evidence.
G Penolazzi, B., Stramaccia, D. S., Braga, M
The Journal of Neuroscience 34, 6606-6610, 2014
Impulsivity and Reward Sensitivity differentially influence affective and deliberative risky decision making
B Penolazzi, P Gremigni, PM Russo
Personality and Individual Differences, 53 (5), 655-659, 2012
Circadian preference and the big five: The role of impulsivity and sensation seeking
PM Russo, L Leone, B Penolazzi, V Natale
Chronobiology international 29 (8), 1121-1126, 2012
Electrode montage dependent effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on semantic fluency
B Penolazzi, M Pastore, S Mondini
Behavioural brain research 248, 129-135, 2013
Individual differences affecting caffeine intake. Analysis of consumption behaviours for different times of day and caffeine sources
B. Penolazzi, V. Natale , L. Leone, P.M. Russo
Appetite 58 (3), 971-977, 2012
Cortical reorganization in dyslexic children after phonological training: evidence from early evoked potentials
C Spironelli, B Penolazzi, C Vio, A Angrilli
Brain 133 (11), 3385-3395, 2010
Brain plasticity in developmental dyslexia after phonological treatment: a beta EEG band study
B Penolazzi, C Spironelli, C Vio, A Angrilli
Behavioural brain research 209 (1), 179-182, 2010
Gamma EEG activity induced by semantic violation during sentence reading
B Penolazzi, A Angrilli, R Job
Neuroscience letters 465 (1), 74-78, 2009
Inverted EEG theta lateralization in dyslexic children during phonological processing
C Spironelli, B Penolazzi, C Vio, A Angrilli
Neuropsychologia 44 (14), 2814-2821, 2006
Gender differences in reading in school-aged children: An early ERP study
C Spironelli, B Penolazzi, A Angrilli
Developmental neuropsychology 35 (4), 357-375, 2010
Event-related brain potentials uncover activation dynamics in the lexicon of multiplication facts
G Galfano, B Penolazzi, I Vervaeck, A Angrilli, C Umiltà
Cortex 45 (10), 1167-1177, 2009
Altered hemispheric asymmetry during word processing in dyslexic children: an event-related potential study
B Penolazzi, C Spironelli, C Vio, A Angrilli
Neuroreport 17 (4), 429-433, 2006
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