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Luisa Lugli
Luisa Lugli
Associate Professor, University of Bologna
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Are visual stimuli sufficient to evoke motor information?: Studies with hand primes
AM Borghi, C Bonfiglioli, L Lugli, P Ricciardelli, S Rubichi, R Nicoletti
Neuroscience Letters 411 (1), 17-21, 2007
1282007
Varieties of abstract concepts and their multiple dimensions
C Villani, L Lugli, MT Liuzza, AM Borghi
Language and Cognition 11 (3), 403-430, 2019
1082019
The Simon effect with conventional signals: a time-course analysis.
A Pellicano, L Lugli, G Baroni, R Nicoletti
Experimental Psychology 56 (4), 219, 2009
642009
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
622018
Graspable objects shape number processing
M Ranzini, L Lugli, F Anelli, R Carbone, R Nicoletti, AM Borghi
Frontiers in human neuroscience 5, 147, 2011
452011
Emotional attention: effects of emotion and gaze direction on overt orienting of visual attention
P Bonifacci, P Ricciardelli, L Lugli, A Pellicano
Cognitive Processing 9 (2), 127-135, 2008
452008
Novelty and emotion: Pupillary and cortical responses during viewing of natural scenes
V Ferrari, A De Cesarei, S Mastria, L Lugli, G Baroni, R Nicoletti, ...
Biological Psychology 113, 75-82, 2016
412016
Counting is easier while experiencing a congruent motion
L Lugli, G Baroni, F Anelli, AM Borghi, R Nicoletti
PloS one 8 (5), e64500, 2013
392013
Comparing Stroop-like and Simon effects on perceptual features
E Scerrati, L Lugli, R Nicoletti, C UmiltÓ
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
352017
Walking boosts your performance in making additions and subtractions
F Anelli, L Lugli, G Baroni, AM Borghi, R Nicoletti
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1459, 2014
332014
Sensorimotor and interoceptive dimensions in concrete and abstract concepts
C Villani, L Lugli, MT Liuzza, R Nicoletti, AM Borghi
Journal of memory and language 116, 104173, 2021
292021
Self, others, objects: How this triadic interaction modulates our behavior
L Lugli, G Baroni, C Gianelli, AM Borghi, R Nicoletti
Memory & cognition 40 (8), 1373-1386, 2012
292012
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
Eyes keep watch over you! Competition enhances joint attention in females
F Ciardo, P Ricciardelli, L Lugli, S Rubichi, C Iani
Acta Psychologica 160, 170-177, 2015
272015
Emergence of the go/no-go Simon effect by means of practice and mixing paradigms
L Lugli, C Iani, R Nicoletti, S Rubichi
Acta psychologica 144 (1), 19-24, 2013
242013
The modality-switch effect: visually and aurally presented prime sentences activate our senses
E Scerrati, G Baroni, AM Borghi, R Galatolo, L Lugli, R Nicoletti
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1668, 2015
232015
Visual hand primes and manipulable objects
AM Borghi, C Bonfiglioli, L Lugli, P Ricciardelli, S Rubichi, R Nicoletti
COGSCI2005. XXVII annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 322-327, 2005
202005
Visual versus auditory Simon effect: A behavioural and physiological investigation
S D’Ascenzo, L Lugli, G Baroni, R Guidotti, S Rubichi, C Iani, R Nicoletti
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (4), 917-930, 2018
182018
Influence of temporal overlap on time course of the Simon effect.
G Baroni, A Pellicano, L Lugli, R Nicoletti, RW Proctor
Experimental psychology 59 (2), 88, 2012
182012
The unimanual handle-to-hand correspondence effect: Evidence for a location coding account
A Pellicano, L Lugli, F Binkofski, S Rubichi, C Iani, R Nicoletti
Psychological Research 83 (7), 1383-1399, 2019
162019
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