Irene Ronga
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Cognitive aspects of nociception and pain. Bridging neurophysiology with cognitive psychology
V Legrain, F Mancini, CF Sambo, DM Torta, I Ronga, E Valentini
Neurophysiologie Clinique/Clinical Neurophysiology 42 (5), 325-336, 2012
Novelty is not enough: laser-evoked potentials are determined by stimulus saliency, not absolute novelty 2
I Ronga, E Valentini, A Mouraux, GD Iannetti
Neural coding of nociceptive stimuli—from rat spinal neurones to human perception
S Sikandar, I Ronga, GD Iannetti, AH Dickenson
PAIN® 154 (8), 1263-1273, 2013
Effects of attentional and cognitive variables on unilateral spatial neglect
R Ricci, A Salatino, F Garbarini, I Ronga, R Genero, A Berti, ...
Neuropsychologia 92, 158-166, 2016
Linguistic synaesthesia, perceptual synaesthesia, and the interaction between multiple sensory modalities
I Ronga, C Bazzanella, F Rossi, G Iannetti
Pragmatics & Cognition 20 (1), 135-167, 2012
“As long as that is my hand, that willed action is mine”: Timing of agency triggered by body ownership
D Burin, M Pyasik, I Ronga, M Cavallo, A Salatino, L Pia
Consciousness and cognition 58, 186-192, 2018
L’eccezione dell’azzurro. Il lessico cromatico: fra scienza e societą
I Ronga
Cuadernos de Filologķa Italiana 16, 57-79, 2009
Suppressing movements with phantom limbs and existing limbs evokes comparable electrophysiological inhibitory responses
V Bruno, I Ronga, C Fossataro, F Capozzi, F Garbarini
Cortex 117, 64-76, 2019
Everything is illuminated: Prismatic adaptation lowers visual detection threshold in normal subjects.
I Ronga, P Sarasso, C Fossataro, A Salatino, F Garbarini, R Ricci, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 44 (10 …, 2018
Everything is (still) illuminated: Dual right cathodal-left anodal tDCS of PPC prevents fatigue on a visual detection task
P Sarasso, M Ninghetto, A Salatino, I Ronga, A Bongiardina, I Iarrobino, ...
Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in …, 2019
Leftward oculomotor prismatic training induces a rightward bias in normal subjects
I Ronga, P Sarasso, F Raineri, JR Duhamel, C Becchio, M Neppi-Modona
Experimental Brain Research 235 (6), 1759-1770, 2017
Taste Synaesthesias: Linguistic features and neurophysiological bases
I Ronga
Metaphor and Communication, 2016
Black as night or as a chimney sweep? Color words and typical exemplars
I Ronga, C Bazzanella, E Strudsholm, L Salvati
Intercultural pragmatics 11 (4), 485-520, 2014
Colour word in proverbs
C Bazzanella, L Salvati, I Ronga
The International Symposium on Language and Communication: Research trends …, 2012
Aesthetic appreciation of musical intervals enhances behavioural and neurophysiological indexes of attentional engagement and motor inhibition
P Sarasso, I Ronga, A Pistis, E Forte, F Garbarini, R Ricci, ...
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-14, 2019
‘See me, feel me’: Prismatic adaptation of an alien limb ameliorates spatial neglect in a patient affected by pathological embodiment
I Ronga, F Garbarini, M Neppi-Modona, C Fossataro, M Pyasik, V Bruno, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2726, 2019
Beauty in mind: Aesthetic appreciation correlates with perceptual facilitation and attentional amplification
P Sarasso, I Ronga, P Kobau, T Bosso, I Artusio, R Ricci, ...
Neuropsychologia 136, 107282, 2020
Oculomotor prismatic training is effective in ameliorating spatial neglect: a pilot study
I Ronga, M Franza, P Sarasso, M Neppi-Modona
Experimental Brain Research 235 (6), 1771-1780, 2017
Metaphor and emotion in colour words
E Strudsholm, C Bazzanella, I Ronga
Colour and colour naming: crosslinguistic approaches, 130-144, 2016
Long-term limb immobilization modulates inhibition-related electrophysiological brain activity
V Bruno, I Ronga, C Fossataro, M Galigani, K Sacco, F Garbarini
NeuroImage, 116911, 2020
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