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Pacifier overuse and conceptual relations of abstract and emotional concepts
L Barca, C Mazzuca, AM Borghi
Frontiers in psychology 8, 2014, 2017
752017
Abstract, emotional and concrete concepts and the activation of mouth-hand effectors
C Mazzuca, L Lugli, M Benassi, R Nicoletti, AM Borghi
PeerJ 6, e5987, 2018
612018
Overusing the pacifier during infancy sets a footprint on abstract words processing
L Barca, C Mazzuca, AM Borghi
Journal of Child Language 47 (5), 1084-1099, 2020
542020
Gender is a multifaceted concept: evidence that specific life experiences differentially shape the concept of gender
C Mazzuca, A Majid, L Lugli, R Nicoletti, AM Borghi
Language and Cognition 12 (4), 649-678, 2020
282020
From affordances to abstract words: The flexibility of sensorimotor grounding
C Mazzuca, C Fini, AH Michalland, I Falcinelli, F Da Rold, L Tummolini, ...
Brain Sciences 11 (10), 1304, 2021
182021
Conceptualisations of landscape differ across European languages
S Van Putten, C O’Meara, F Wartmann, J Yager, J Villette, C Mazzuca, ...
Plos one 15 (10), e0239858, 2020
112020
The peculiarity of emotional words: a grounded approach
C Mazzuca, L Barca, AM Borghi
Rivista internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia 8 (2), 124-133, 2017
92017
Bodily, emotional, and public sphere at the time of COVID-19. An investigation on concrete and abstract concepts
C Mazzuca, I Falcinelli, AH Michalland, L Tummolini, AM Borghi
Psychological research, 1-12, 2022
72022
Making it abstract, making it contestable: politicization at the intersection of political and cognitive science
C Mazzuca, M Santarelli
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-22, 2022
62022
Differences and similarities in the conceptualization of COVID-19 and other diseases in the first Italian lockdown
C Mazzuca, I Falcinelli, AH Michalland, L Tummolini, AM Borghi
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-12, 2021
62021
Gender at the interface of culture and language: Conceptual variation between Italian, Dutch, and English
C Mazzuca, AM Borghi, S van Putten, L Lugli, R Nicoletti, A Majid
PsyArXiv, 2020
62020
Abstract words as social tools: which necessary evidence?
AM Borghi, C Mazzuca, F Da Rold, I Falcinelli, C Fini, AH Michalland, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 613026, 2021
52021
Abstract concepts and the activation of mouth-hand effectors
C Mazzuca, AM Borghi
Human Cognitive Processing 65, 43-57, 2019
32019
Conceptual flexibility and the meaning of Covid-19: evidence from the first Italian lockdown
C Mazzuca, I Falcinelli, AH Michalland, L Tummolini, AM Borghi
PsyArXiv, 2021
22021
Pacifier overuse interferes with children’s abstract word processing
L Barca, C Mazzuca, AM Borghi
OSF Preprints, 2017
22017
From ‘mommy’to ‘like’: Tackling the emergence of abstractness during the second year of life using an ecological approach
F Bellagamba, AM Borghi, C Mazzuca, G Pecora, F Ferrara, A Fogel
PsyArXiv, 2021
12021
Gender is conceptualized in different ways depending on cultural environment: Evidence from Italian, Dutch, and English
C Mazzuca, AM Borghi, L Lugli, R Nicoletti, A Majid
12020
Queering Abstract Concepts. A Grounded Perspective on Gender
C Mazzuca
alma, 2020
12020
Abstract Concepts, Social Interaction, and Beliefs
AM Borghi, C Fini, C Mazzuca
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 919808, 2022
2022
Exposing implicit biases and stereotypes in human and artificial intelligence: state of the art and challenges with a focus on gender
L Marinucci, C Mazzuca, A Gangemi
AI & SOCIETY, 1-15, 2022
2022
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