Manuela Berlingeri
Manuela Berlingeri
Associate Professor, Department of Humanistic Studies (DISTUM), University of Urbino Carlo Bo, Italy
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Reading the dyslexic brain: multiple dysfunctional routes revealed by a new meta-analysis of PET and fMRI activation studies
E Paulesu, L Danelli, M Berlingeri
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 830, 2014
A place for nouns and a place for verbs? A critical review of neurocognitive data on grammatical-class effects
D Crepaldi, M Berlingeri, E Paulesu, C Luzzatti
Brain and language 116 (1), 33-49, 2011
Reassessing the HAROLD model: is the hemispheric asymmetry reduction in older adults a special case of compensatory-related utilisation of neural circuits?
M Berlingeri, L Danelli, G Bottini, M Sberna, E Paulesu
Experimental brain research 224, 393-410, 2013
Hungry brains: A meta-analytical review of brain activation imaging studies on food perception and appetite in obese individuals
F Devoto, L Zapparoli, R Bonandrini, M Berlingeri, A Ferrulli, L Luzi, ...
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 94, 271-285, 2018
Nouns and verbs in the brain: Grammatical class and task specific effects as revealed by fMRI
M Berlingeri, D Crepaldi, R Roberti, G Scialfa, C Luzzatti, E Paulesu
Cognitive neuropsychology 25 (4), 528-558, 2008
Clustering the lexicon in the brain: a meta-analysis of the neurofunctional evidence on noun and verb processing
D Crepaldi, M Berlingeri, I Cattinelli, NA Borghese, C Luzzatti, E Paulesu
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 303, 2013
Mental images across the adult lifespan: a behavioural and fMRI investigation of motor execution and motor imagery
L Zapparoli, P Invernizzi, M Gandola, M Verardi, M Berlingeri, M Sberna, ...
Experimental Brain Research 224, 519-540, 2013
Anatomy of the Episodic Buffer: A Voxel‐Based Morphometry Study in Patients with Dementia
M Berlingeri, G Bottini, S Basilico, G Silani, G Zanardi, M Sberna, ...
Behavioural neurology 19 (1-2), 29-34, 2008
Artificial intelligence and neuropsychological measures: The case of Alzheimer’s disease
P Battista, C Salvatore, M Berlingeri, A Cerasa, I Castiglioni
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 114, 211-228, 2020
A neuroanatomical account of mental time travelling in schizophrenia: a meta-analysis of functional and structural neuroimaging data
GA Fornara, C Papagno, M Berlingeri
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 80, 211-222, 2017
Neural intersections of the phonological, visual magnocellular and motor/cerebellar systems in normal readers: implications for imaging studies on dyslexia
L Danelli, M Berlingeri, G Bottini, F Ferri, L Vacchi, M Sberna, E Paulesu
Human brain mapping 34 (10), 2669-2687, 2013
Like the back of the (right) hand? A new fMRI look on the hand laterality task
L Zapparoli, P Invernizzi, M Gandola, M Berlingeri, A De Santis, A Zerbi, ...
Experimental brain research 232, 3873-3895, 2014
Orthographic depth and developmental dyslexia: A meta-analytic study
D Carioti, MF Masia, S Travellini, M Berlingeri
Annals of Dyslexia 71 (3), 399-438, 2021
Neural correlates of body integrity dysphoria
G Saetta, J Hänggi, M Gandola, L Zapparoli, G Salvato, M Berlingeri, ...
Current Biology 30 (11), 2191-2195. e3, 2020
With time on our side? Task-dependent compensatory processes in graceful aging
M Berlingeri, G Bottini, L Danelli, F Ferri, D Traficante, L Sacheli, ...
Experimental Brain Research 205, 307-324, 2010
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: how the brain learns words never heard before
E Paulesu, G Vallar, M Berlingeri, M Signorini, P Vitali, C Burani, D Perani, ...
Neuroimage 45 (4), 1368-1377, 2009
Is a lone right hemisphere enough? Neurolinguistic architecture in a case with a very early left hemispherectomy
L Danelli, G Cossu, M Berlingeri, G Bottini, M Sberna, E Paulesu
Neurocase 19 (3), 209-231, 2013
How many deficits in the same dyslexic brains? A behavioural and fMRI assessment of comorbidity in adult dyslexics
L Danelli, M Berlingeri, G Bottini, NA Borghese, M Lucchese, M Sberna, ...
Cortex 97, 125-142, 2017
Unrealistic representations of “the self”: a cognitive neuroscience assessment of anosognosia for memory deficit
M Berlingeri, A Ravasio, S Cranna, S Basilico, M Sberna, G Bottini, ...
Consciousness and cognition 37, 160-177, 2015
Framing effects reveal discrete lexical-semantic and sublexical procedures in reading: an fMRI study
L Danelli, M Marelli, M Berlingeri, M Tettamanti, M Sberna, E Paulesu, ...
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1328, 2015
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