Irene Senna
Irene Senna
Ulm University, Appl. Cognitive Psychology
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Rehabilitating patients with left spatial neglect by prism exposure during a visuomotor activity.
P Fortis, A Maravita, M Gallucci, R Ronchi, E Grassi, I Senna, E Olgiati, ...
Neuropsychology 24 (6), 681, 2010
Literal, fictive and metaphorical motion sentences preserve the motion component of the verb: a TMS study
C Cacciari, N Bolognini, I Senna, MC Pellicciari, C Miniussi, C Papagno
Brain and language 119 (3), 149-157, 2011
Auditory enhancement of visual phosphene perception: the effect of temporal and spatial factors and of stimulus intensity
N Bolognini, I Senna, A Maravita, A Pascual-Leone, LB Merabet
Neuroscience letters 477 (3), 109-114, 2010
The marble-hand illusion
I Senna, A Maravita, N Bolognini, CV Parise
PloS one 9 (3), e91688, 2014
The impact of latency on perceptual judgments and motor performance in closed-loop interaction in virtual reality
T Waltemate, I Senna, F HŘlsmann, M Rohde, S Kopp, M Ernst, M Botsch
Proceedings of the 22nd ACM conference on virtual reality software andá…, 2016
The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months
C Turati, E Natale, N Bolognini, I Senna, M Picozzi, E Longhi, VM Cassia
Developmental science 16 (6), 793-800, 2013
Grasping with the foot: goal and motor expertise in action observation
I Senna, N Bolognini, A Maravita
Human brain mapping 35 (4), 1750-1760, 2014
Hearing in slow-motion: Humans underestimate the speed of moving sounds
I Senna, CV Parise, MO Ernst
Scientific reports 5, 14054, 2015
Predicting others’ intention involves motor resonance: EMG evidence from 6-and 9-month-old infants
E Natale, I Senna, N Bolognini, E Quadrelli, M Addabbo, VM Cassia, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 7, 23-29, 2014
Discrimination of biomechanically possible and impossible hand movements at birth
E Longhi, I Senna, N Bolognini, H Bulf, P Tagliabue, V Macchi Cassia, ...
Child development 86 (2), 632-641, 2015
The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants’ perception of goal-directed grasping actions
E Geangu, I Senna, E Croci, C Turati
Journal of experimental child psychology 129, 55-67, 2015
Altered visual feedback modulates cortical excitability in a mirror-box-like paradigm
I Senna, C Russo, CV Parise, I Ferrario, N Bolognini
Experimental Brain Research 233 (6), 1921-1929, 2015
Seeing touches early in life
M Addabbo, E Longhi, N Bolognini, I Senna, P Tagliabue, VM Cassia, ...
PloS one 10 (9), e0134549, 2015
Modulation frequency as a cue for auditory speed perception
I Senna, CV Parise, MO Ernst
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1858), 20170673, 2017
Infants' Visual Recognition of Pincer Grip Emerges Between 9 and 12 Months of Age
I Senna, M Addabbo, N Bolognini, E Longhi, V Macchi Cassia, C Turati
Infancy 22 (3), 389-402, 2017
Superimposed skilled performance in a virtual mirror improves motor performance and cognitive representation of a full-body motor action
F HŘlsmann, C Frank, I Senna, MO Ernst, T Schack, M Botsch
Frontiers in Robotics and AI 6, 43, 2019
The marble-hand illusion
I Senna, A Maravita, N Bolognini, CV Parise
Multisensory Research 26, 203-203, 2013
Multisensory Perception for Action in Newly Sighted Individuals
MO Ernst, I Senna, S Pfister
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 159b-159b, 2019
Impaired Sensory-Motor Learning in Newly Sighted Children
S Pfister, I Senna, D Wiebusch, MO Ernst
PERCEPTION 48, 119-120, 2019
Sight Restoration in Congenitally Blind Individuals: Visuo-Motor Adaptation
I Senna, S Pfister, MO Ernst
PERCEPTION 48, 174-174, 2019
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