Cognitive systems and their interaction
Unconscious processing and beliefs
Beliefs acquisition and revision
Semantics, concepts, knowledge
Visual word recognition and reading aloud
Driving and driving assessment
Advanced driver assistance systems: Using multimodal redundant warnings to enhance road safety Journal Article
Appl Ergon, 58 , pp. 238–244, 2017.
How to drive drivers nuts: Effect of auditory, vibrotactile and multimodal warnings on perceived urgency, annoyance and acceptability Technical Report
Statistical learning and dyslexia: A systematic review Journal Article
Ann Dyslexia, 2016.
Axiom, anguish, and amazement: How autistic traits modulate emotional mental imagery Journal Article
Front Psychol, 7 , pp. 757, 2016.
Caffeinated chewing gum as countermeasure to drivers’ passive task-related fatigue caused by monotonous roadway Journal Article
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2602), pp. 26–34, 2016.
No matter who, no matter how... and no matter whether the white matter matters. Why theories of bilingual advantage in executive functioning are so difficult to falsify Journal Article
Cortex, 73 , pp. 349–351, 2015.
Distinguishing Target From Distractor in Stroop, Picture-Word, and Word-Word Interference Tasks Journal Article
Front Psychol, 6 , pp. 1858, 2015.
Evaluation of Surface Unevenness Considering Mental Fatigue based on Heart Rate Variability Analysis Journal Article
Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. E1 (Pavement Engineering), 71 (3), 2015.
On the nature and composition of abstract (theoretical) concepts: the X-ception theory and methods for its assessment Book Chapter
Magnani, L; Ping, L; Park, W (Ed.): Philosophy and Cognitive Science II, pp. 35–58, Springer, Heidelberg/Berlin, 2015.
Semantic effects in the word--word interference task: a comment on Roelofs, Piai, and Schriefers (2013) Journal Article
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 30 (6), pp. 700–703, 2015.
What can we learn about visual attention to multiple words from the word-word interference task? Journal Article
Mem Cognit, 43 (1), pp. 121–132, 2015.
The cumulative semantic interference effect in normal and pathological ageing Journal Article
Neuropsychologia, 65 , pp. 125–130, 2014.
Color naming of colored non-color words and the response-exclusion hypothesis: a comment on Mahon et al. and on Roelofs and Piai Journal Article
Cortex, 52 , pp. 120–122, 2014.
The role of the sound of objects in object identification: evidence from picture naming Journal Article
Front Psychol, 5 , pp. 1139, 2014.
Colors, colored overlays, and reading skills Journal Article
Front Psychol, 5 , pp. 833, 2014.
Traffic-Calming Measures Affecting Perceived Speed in Approaching Bends: On-Field Validated Virtual Environment Journal Article
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2434), pp. 35–43, 2014.
Measuring inconsistencies can lead you forward: Imageability and the x-ception theory Journal Article
Front Psychol, 5 , pp. 708, 2014.
Beeping ADAS: Reflexive effect on drivers’ behavior Journal Article
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour, 25 , pp. 27–33, 2014.
Imageability: now you see it again (albeit in a different form) Journal Article
Front Psychol, 5 , pp. 279, 2014.
Age-of-acquisition effects in delayed picture-naming tasks Journal Article
Psychon Bull Rev, 20 (1), pp. 148–153, 2013.
Warning sound to affect perceived speed in approaching roundabouts: Experiments with a driving simulator Journal Article
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 87 , pp. 269–278, 2013.
Artifact and tool categorization Journal Article
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 4 (3), pp. 407–418, 2013.
Reading nonwords aloud: evidence for dynamic control in skilled readers Journal Article
Psychon Bull Rev, 19 (6), pp. 1135–1141, 2012.
Reading aloud: the cumulative lexical interference effect Journal Article
Psychon Bull Rev, 19 (4), pp. 662–667, 2012.
Picture-word interference and the response-exclusion hypothesis Journal Article
Cortex, 48 (3), pp. 363–372, 2012.
PLoS ONE, 7 (11), pp. e49099, 2012.
Evaluating the Impact of Processing Spoken Words on Driving: Experiments with Driving Simulator Journal Article
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, (2321), pp. 66–72, 2012.
Il linguaggio: processi di comprensione e produzione. Book Chapter
Job, R; Cubelli, R (Ed.): Psicologia dei processi cognitivi, pp. 189-239, Roma: Carocci Editore, 2012.
Front Psychol, 2 , pp. 57, 2011.
c, oltre l'individuo: l'intelligenza collettiva Journal Article
Giornale italiano di psicologia, 38 (2), pp. 355–362, 2011.
Perceptual and motor spatial representations in word recognition Book Chapter
Cadine, M; Galdi, S; Maass, A (Ed.): Social perception, cognition, and language, pp. 151-165, CLEUP, Padova, 2011.
Front Psychol, 1 , pp. 177, 2010.
J Exp Child Psychol, 106 (2-3), pp. 177–183, 2010.
Speed of processing explains the picture-word asymmetry in conditional naming Journal Article
Psychol Res, 74 (1), pp. 71–81, 2010.
The turple effect is modulated by base word frequency: implications for models of lexical and semantic access Journal Article
Psychon Bull Rev, 15 (6), pp. 1078–1082, 2008.
Reading nonwords aloud: The "changed letter" effect varies as a function of reading abilities Inproceedings
International Journal of Psychology, pp. 689–690, 2008.
Serial effects in reading: The case of the pseudoword-to-baseword consistency effect. Book Chapter
Arcuri, L; Boscolo, P; Peressotti, F (Ed.): Cognition and Language: A long story, pp. 117-134, Cleup: Padova, 2008.
Zeading and reazing: which is faster? The position of the diverging letter in a pseudoword determines reading time Journal Article
Q J Exp Psychol (Hove), 60 (7), pp. 1005–1014, 2007.
Do Computational Models of Reading Need a Bit of Semantics? Book Chapter
Magnani, L; Li, P (Ed.): Model-Based Reasoning in Science, Technology, and Medicine, 64 , pp. 511–525, Springer, Berlin, 2007.
The acquisition of literacy in Italian Book Chapter
Joshy, R M; Aaron, P G (Ed.): Handbook of orthography and literacy, pp. 105–120, Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006.
Neighborhood effects in reading aloud: New findings and new challenges for computational models. Journal Article
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 32 (4), pp. 799, 2006.
Considerazioni preliminari sull’implementazione di un modulo semantico in un modello computazionale della lettura. Book Chapter
Giarretta, P; Cherubini, P; Marraffa, M (Ed.): Cognizione e computazione, Cleup: Padova, 2006.
(Non) automaticità: la presentazione dello stimolo non è suffciente ad innescare l'elaborazione funzionale Journal Article
Giornale italiano di psicologia, 33 (1), pp. 207–0, 2006.
Implementing the DRC model of reading aloud in Italian Journal Article
International Journal of Psychology, 39 (5-6), pp. 70–71, 2004.
Lettura di parole isolate: Un simulatore, un esperimento e una simulazione Journal Article
Laboratorio di Scienze Cognitive, Università degli studi di Trento, Report, (19), 2003.
Esperimento con parole ‘straniere’: effetto di regolarità ed effetto di posizione dell’irregolarità Journal Article
Giornale italiano di psicologia, 30 (4), pp. 883–894, 2003.
Moduli, modelli e livelli esplicativi Journal Article
Giornale Italiano di Psicologia, 29 , pp. 307-313, 2002.
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