Chiara Spironelli
Chiara Spironelli
Department of General Psychology, University of Padova, Italy
Verified email at unipd.it
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Schizophrenia as failure of left hemispheric dominance for the phonological component of language
A Angrilli, C Spironelli, T Elbert, TJ Crow, G Marano, L Stegagno
PLoS One 4 (2), e4507, 2009
1002009
Developmental aspects of automatic word processing: language lateralization of early ERP components in children, young adults and middle-aged subjects
C Spironelli, A Angrilli
Biological psychology 80 (1), 35-45, 2009
902009
Dysfunctional hemispheric asymmetry of theta and beta EEG activity during linguistic tasks in developmental dyslexia
C Spironelli, B Penolazzi, A Angrilli
Biological psychology 77 (2), 123-131, 2008
822008
Delta EEG activity as a marker of dysfunctional linguistic processing in developmental dyslexia
B Penolazzi, C Spironelli, A Angrilli
Psychophysiology 45 (6), 1025-1033, 2008
762008
Influence of phonological, semantic and orthographic tasks on the early linguistic components N150 and N350
C Spironelli, A Angrilli
International Journal of Psychophysiology 64 (2), 190-198, 2007
612007
EEG delta band as a marker of brain damage in aphasic patients after recovery of language
C Spironelli, A Angrilli
Neuropsychologia 47 (4), 988-994, 2009
582009
Cortical reorganization in dyslexic children after phonological training: evidence from early evoked potentials
C Spironelli, B Penolazzi, C Vio, A Angrilli
Brain 133 (11), 3385-3395, 2010
562010
Brain plasticity in developmental dyslexia after phonological treatment: a beta EEG band study
B Penolazzi, C Spironelli, C Vio, A Angrilli
Behavioural brain research 209 (1), 179-182, 2010
512010
Gender differences in reading in school-aged children: An early ERP study
C Spironelli, B Penolazzi, A Angrilli
Developmental neuropsychology 35 (4), 357-375, 2010
432010
Failure of language lateralization in schizophrenia patients: an ERP study on early linguistic components
C Spironelli, A Angrilli, L Stegagno
Journal of psychiatry & neuroscience: JPN 33 (3), 235, 2008
432008
Inverted EEG theta lateralization in dyslexic children during phonological processing
C Spironelli, B Penolazzi, C Vio, A Angrilli
Neuropsychologia 44 (14), 2814-2821, 2006
432006
Temporal dynamics of linguistic processes are reorganized in aphasics' cortex: an EEG mapping study
A Angrilli, T Elbert, S Cusumano, L Stegagno, B Rockstroh
Neuroimage 20 (2), 657-666, 2003
432003
Language lateralization in phonological, semantic and orthographic tasks: a slow evoked potential study
C Spironelli, A Angrilli
Behavioural brain research 175 (2), 296-304, 2006
412006
Altered hemispheric asymmetry during word processing in dyslexic children: an event-related potential study
B Penolazzi, C Spironelli, C Vio, A Angrilli
Neuroreport 17 (4), 429-433, 2006
392006
Multi-tasking uncovers right spatial neglect and extinction in chronic left-hemisphere stroke patients
E Blini, Z Romeo, C Spironelli, M Pitteri, F Meneghello, M Bonato, M Zorzi
Neuropsychologia 92, 147-157, 2016
372016
Delta EEG band as a marker of left hypofrontality for language in schizophrenia patients
C Spironelli, A Angrilli, A Calogero, L Stegagno
Schizophrenia bulletin 37 (4), 757-767, 2011
372011
Mass and count nouns activate different brain regions: an ERP study on early components
S Mondini, A Angrilli, P Bisiacchi, C Spironelli, K Marinelli, C Semenza
Neuroscience letters 430 (1), 48-53, 2008
342008
Supine posture inhibits cortical activity: Evidence from Delta and Alpha EEG bands
C Spironelli, J Busenello, A Angrilli
Neuropsychologia 89, 125-131, 2016
322016
Functional plasticity in Alzheimer's disease: effect of cognitive training on language-related ERP components
C Spironelli, S Bergamaschi, S Mondini, D Villani, A Angrilli
Neuropsychologia 51 (8), 1638-1648, 2013
322013
Developmental aspects of language lateralization in delta, theta, alpha and beta EEG bands
C Spironelli, A Angrilli
Biological psychology 85 (2), 258-267, 2010
302010
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