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Veronica Montani
Veronica Montani
Department of Neurosciences Biomedicine & Movement Sciences, University of Verona
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A new adaptive videogame for training attention and executive functions: design principles and initial validation
V Montani, M De Filippo De Grazia, M Zorzi
Frontiers in Psychology, 409, 2014
512014
The effect of decreased interletter spacing on orthographic processing
V Montani, A Facoetti, M Zorzi
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22 (3), 824-832, 2015
392015
Spatial attention in written word perception
V Montani, A Facoetti, M Zorzi
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 42, 2014
262014
Steady state visual evoked potentials in reading aloud: Effects of lexicality, frequency and orthographic familiarity
V Montani, V Chanoine, IP Stoianov, J Grainger, JC Ziegler
Brain and Language 192, 1-14, 2019
92019
Frequency-tagged visual evoked responses track syllable effects in visual word recognition
V Montani, V Chanoine, J Grainger, JC Ziegler
Cortex, 2019
32019
The dynamics of reading complex words: evidence from steady-state visual evoked potentials
E Beyersmann, V Montani, JC Ziegler, J Grainger, IP Stoianov
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-14, 2021
2021
Neurobiological and behavioral evidence for a serial attentional mechanism in the phonological decoding processing
V Montani, D Basso, M Ruffino, M Zorzi, A Facoetti
19th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP …, 2015
2015
A new videogame fot the rehabilitation of attention and executive functions following traumatic brain injury
V Montani
2012
Visuo-attentional span and reading
V Montani, A Facoetti, M Zorzi
Perception ECVP abstract 40, 192-192, 2011
2011
Crowding effect in lexical and sublexical recognition
V Montani, A Facoetti, M Zorzi
Perception ECVP abstract 39, 148-148, 2010
2010
Investigating the orthographic code with frequency-tagged neuroelectric responses
V Montani, I Stoianov, J Grainger, J Ziegler
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