Marco Tullio Liuzza
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Follow my eyes: the gaze of politicians reflexively captures the gaze of ingroup voters
MT Liuzza, V Cazzato, M Vecchione, F Crostella, GV Caprara, SM Aglioti
PloS one 6 (9), e25117, 2011
632011
Manipulating the alpha level cannot cure significance testing
D Trafimow, V Amrhein, CN Areshenkoff, CJ Barrera-Causil, EJ Beh, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2018
44*2018
Do not resonate with actions: sentence polarity modulates cortico-spinal excitability during action-related sentence reading
MT Liuzza, M Candidi, SM Aglioti
PloS one 6 (2), e16855, 2011
352011
Kids observing other kids’ hands: visuomotor priming in children
MT Liuzza, A Setti, AM Borghi
Consciousness and cognition 21 (1), 383-392, 2012
322012
Rubber hand illusion highlights massive visual capture and sensorimotor face-hand remapping in a tetraplegic man
E Tidoni, L Grisoni, MT Liuzza, SM Aglioti
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 32 (5), 611-622, 2014
302014
A look into the ballot box: Gaze following conveys information about implicit attitudes toward politicians
MT Liuzza, M Vecchione, F Dentale, F Crostella, C Barbaranelli, ...
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66 (2), 209-216, 2013
202013
Lingue, corpo, pensiero: le ricerche contemporanee
MT Liuzza, F Cimatti, AM Borghi
Carocci, 2010
202010
Interpersonal Multisensory Stimulation reduces the overwhelming distracting power of self-gaze: psychophysical evidence for ‘engazement’
G Porciello, BS Holmes, MT Liuzza, F Crostella, SM Aglioti, I Bufalari
Scientific reports 4, 6669, 2014
172014
Subliminal perception of others’ physical pain and pleasure
PA Chiesa, MT Liuzza, A Acciarino, SM Aglioti
Experimental brain research 233 (8), 2373-2382, 2015
152015
Harm avoiders suppress motor resonance to observed immoral actions
MT Liuzza, M Candidi, AL Sforza, SM Aglioti
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (1), 72-77, 2014
152014
Body odour disgust sensitivity predicts authoritarian attitudes
MT Liuzza, T Lindholm, CB Hawley, M Gustafsson Sendén, I Ekström, ...
Royal Society open science 5 (2), 171091, 2018
122018
The attracting power of the gaze of politicians is modulated by the personality and ideological attitude of their voters: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study
V Cazzato, MT Liuzza, GV Caprara, E Macaluso, SM Aglioti
European Journal of Neuroscience 42 (8), 2534-2545, 2015
122015
Fortunes and misfortunes of political leaders reflected in the eyes of their electors
G Porciello, MT Liuzza, I Minio-Paluello, GV Caprara, SM Aglioti
Experimental brain research 234 (3), 733-740, 2016
112016
rTMS-induced virtual lesion of the posterior parietal cortex (PPC) alters the control of reflexive shifts of social attention triggered by pointing hands
G Porciello, F Crostella, MT Liuzza, E Valentini, SM Aglioti
Neuropsychologia 59, 148-156, 2014
92014
Body odor trait disgust sensitivity predicts perception of sweat biosamples
MT Liuzza, JK Olofsson, A Sabiniewicz, A Sorokowska
Chemical senses 42 (6), 479-485, 2017
82017
The body odor disgust scale (BODS): development and validation of a novel olfactory disgust assessment
MT Liuzza, T Lindholm, C Hawley, MG Sendén, I Ekström, MJ Olsson, ...
Chemical senses 42 (6), 499-508, 2016
72016
Brain activity induced by implicit processing of others' pain and pleasure
PA Chiesa, MT Liuzza, E Macaluso, SM Aglioti
Human brain mapping 38 (11), 5562-5576, 2017
52017
Right-wing authoritarianism and stereotype-driven expectations interact in shaping intergroup trust in one-shot vs multiple-round social interactions
G Ponsi, MS Panasiti, SM Aglioti, MT Liuzza
PLoS ONE 12 (12), e0190142, 2017
42017
Do valenced odors and trait body odor disgust affect evaluation of emotion in dynamic faces?
E Syrjänen, MT Liuzza, H Fischer, JK Olofsson
Perception 46 (12), 1412-1426, 2017
42017
Body odor disgust sensitivity is associated with prejudice towards a fictive group of immigrants
M Zakrzewska, JK Olofsson, T Lindholm, A Blomkvist, MT Liuzza
Physiology & behavior 201, 221-227, 2019
32019
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