Paola Rigo
Paola Rigo
Assistant Professor, University of Padova, Italy
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Neural plasticity in fathers of human infants
P Kim, P Rigo, LC Mayes, R Feldman, JF Leckman, JE Swain
Social neuroscience 9 (5), 522-535, 2014
Species-specific response to human infant faces in the premotor cortex
A Caria, S de Falco, P Venuti, S Lee, G Esposito, P Rigo, N Birbaumer, ...
Neuroimage 60 (2), 884-893, 2012
Gender differences in directional brain responses to infant hunger cries
N De Pisapia, MH Bornstein, P Rigo, G Esposito, S De Falco, P Venuti
Neuroreport 24 (3), 142, 2013
A prospective longitudinal study of perceived infant outcomes at 18-24 months: Neural and psychological correlates of parental thoughts and actions assessed during the first …
P Kim, P Rigo, JF Leckman, L Mayes, P Cole, R Feldman, JE Swain
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1772, 2015
Neurobiology of culturally common maternal responses to infant cry
MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, P Rigo, G Esposito, JE Swain, JTD Suwalsky, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (45), E9465-E9473, 2017
Predictors of mother–child interaction quality and child attachment security in at-risk families
S De Falco, A Emer, L Martini, P Rigo, S Pruner, P Venuti
Frontiers in psychology 5, 898, 2014
Parenting Stress Undermines Mother-Child Brain-to-Brain Synchrony: A Hyperscanning Study
A Azhari, WQ Leck, G Gabrieli, A Bizzego, P Rigo, P Setoh, MH Bornstein, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
Sex-specific automatic responses to infant cries: TMS reveals greater excitability in females than males in motor evoked potentials
I Messina, L Cattaneo, P Venuti, N de Pisapia, M Serra, G Esposito, ...
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1909, 2016
Interpersonal competence in young adulthood and right laterality in white matter
N De Pisapia, M Serra, P Rigo, J Jager, N Papinutto, G Esposito, P Venuti, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (6), 1257-1265, 2014
Specific maternal brain responses to their own child’s face: An fMRI meta-analysis
P Rigo, P Kim, G Esposito, DL Putnick, P Venuti, MH Bornstein
Developmental Review 51, 58-69, 2019
Brain processes in women and men in response to emotive sounds
P Rigo, N De Pisapia, MH Bornstein, DL Putnick, M Serra, G Esposito, ...
Social neuroscience 12 (2), 150-162, 2017
A decade of infant neuroimaging research: What have we learned and where are we going?
A Azhari, A Truzzi, MJY Neoh, JPM Balagtas, HAH Tan, PLP Goh, ...
Infant Behavior and Development 58, 101389, 2020
Brain processes in mothers and nulliparous women in response to cry in different situational contexts: A default mode network study
P Rigo, G Esposito, MH Bornstein, N De Pisapia, C Manzardo, P Venuti
Parenting 19 (1-2), 69-85, 2019
Secure attachment status is associated with white matter integrity in healthy young adults
M Serra, N De Pisapia, P Rigo, N Papinutto, J Jager, MH Bornstein, ...
NeuroReport 26 (18), 1106, 2015
Putting salient vocalizations in context: Adults' physiological arousal to emotive cues in domestic and external environments
A Azhari, A Truzzi, P Rigo, MH Bornstein, G Esposito
Physiology & behavior 196, 25-32, 2018
From body shadows to bodily attention: Automatic orienting of tactile attention driven by cast shadows
F Pavani, P Rigo, G Galfano
Consciousness and Cognition 29, 56-67, 2014
Brain Responses to Emotional Infant Faces in New Mothers and Nulliparous Women
K Zhang, P Rigo, X Su, M Wang, Z Chen, G Esposito, DL Putnick, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
Self-Cognition and Parental Brain
P Rigo, G Esposito, MH Bornstein, N De Pisapia, P Venuti
Parenting 19 (1-2), 97-100, 2019
Where Sounds Occur Matters: Context Effects Influence Processing of Salient Vocalisations
A Azhari, P Rigo, MH Bornstein, G Esposito
Brain Sciences 10 (7), 429, 2020
Brain imaging technologies to study infant behavior and development
G Esposito, P Rigo, MH Bornstein
Infant Behavior and Development, 2020
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