Valentina Borghesani
Valentina Borghesani
University of Geneva, NCCR Evolving Language
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“Looks familiar, but I do not know who she is”: The role of the anterior right temporal lobe in famous face recognition
V Borghesani, J Narvid, G Battistella, W Shwe, C Watson, RJ Binney, ...
Cortex 115, 72-85, 2019
Word meaning in the ventral visual path: a perceptual to conceptual gradient of semantic coding
V Borghesani, F Pedregosa, M Buiatti, A Amadon, E Eger, M Piazza
NeuroImage 143, 128-140, 2016
The neuro-cognitive representations of symbols: the case of concrete words
V Borghesani, M Piazza
Neuropsychologia 105, 4-17, 2017
Right temporal degeneration and socioemotional semantics: semantic behavioural variant frontotemporal dementia
K Younes, V Borghesani, M Montembeault, S Spina, ML Mandelli, ...
Brain 145 (11), 4080-4096, 2022
Differential intrinsic functional connectivity changes in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia
G Battistella, M Henry, B Gesierich, SM Wilson, V Borghesani, W Shwe, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical, 101797, 2019
The Open Brain Consent: Informing research participants and obtaining consent to share brain imaging data
E Bannier, G Barker, V Borghesani, N Broeckx, P Clement, KE Emblem, ...
Human Brain Mapping 42 (7), 1945-1951, 2021
Regional and hemispheric susceptibility of the temporal lobe to FTLD-TDP type C pathology
V Borghesani, G Battistella, ML Mandelli, A Welch, E Weis, K Younes, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 28, 102369, 2020
Processing number and length in the parietal cortex: Sharing resources, not a common code
V Borghesani, MD de Hevia, A Viarouge, P Pinheiro-Chagas, E Eger, ...
Cortex 114, 17-27, 2019
Brainhack: Developing a culture of open, inclusive, community-driven neuroscience
R Gau, S Noble, K Heuer, KL Bottenhorn, IP Bilgin, YF Yang, ...
Neuron 109 (11), 1769-1775, 2021
Dissociating nouns and verbs in temporal and perisylvian networks: Evidence from neurodegenerative diseases
S Lukic, V Borghesani, E Weis, A Welch, R Bogley, J Neuhaus, J Deleon, ...
Cortex 142, 47-61, 2021
Embracing diversity and inclusivity in an academic setting: Insights from the Organization for Human Brain Mapping
A Tzovara, I Amarreh, V Borghesani, MM Chakravarty, E DuPre, ...
NeuroImage 229, 117742, 2021
Task-free functional language networks: reproducibility and clinical application
G Battistella, V Borghesani, M Henry, W Shwe, M Lauricella, Z Miller, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (6), 1311-1320, 2020
State and trait characteristics of anterior insula time-varying functional connectivity
L Pasquini, G Toller, A Staffaroni, JA Brown, J Deng, A Lee, K Kurcyus, ...
NeuroImage 208, 116425, 2020
Taking the sub-lexical route: brain dynamics of reading in the semantic variant of Primary Progressive Aphasia.
V Borghesani, LB Hinkley, KG Ranasinghe, M Thompson, W Shwe, ...
Brain 143 (8), 2545–2560, 2019
Verbal semantics and the left dorsolateral anterior temporal lobe: a longitudinal case of bilateral temporal degeneration
J Vonk, V Borghesani, G Battistella, K Younes, J DeLeon, A Welch, ...
Aphasiology, 2019
Conceptual and Perceptual Dimensions of Word Meaning Are Recovered Rapidly and in Parallel during Reading
V Borghesani, M Buiatti, E Eger, M Piazza
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 31 (1), 95-108, 2019
Symbolic categorization of novel multisensory stimuli in the human brain
S Vigaṇ, V Borghesani, M Piazza
NeuroImage 235, 118016, 2021
Frontotemporal dementia: A unique window on the functional role of the temporal lobes
V Borghesani, J DeLeon, ML Gorno-Tempini
Handbook of Clinical Neurology 187, 429-448, 2022
Neural dynamics of semantic categorization in semantic variant of Primary Progressive Aphasia
V Borghesani, CL Dale, S Lukic, LBN Hinkley, M Lauricella, W Shwe, ...
eLife 10, e63905, 2021
Functional and morphological correlates of developmental dyslexia: A multimodal investigation of the ventral occipitotemporal cortex
MLGT Valentina Borghesani, Cheng Wang, Christa Watson, Florence Bouhali ...
Journal of Neuroimaging, 2021
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