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Motor cortical plasticity induced by motor learning through mental practice
L Avanzino, N Gueugneau, A Bisio, P Ruggeri, C Papaxanthis, M Bove
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 105, 2015
1262015
Motor Contagion during Human-Human and Human-Robot Interaction
A Bisio, A Sciutti, F Nori, G Metta, L Fadiga, G Sandini, T Pozzo
PloS one 9 (8), e106172, 2014
1212014
Measuring human-robot interaction through motor resonance
A Sciutti, A Bisio, F Nori, G Metta, L Fadiga, T Pozzo, G Sandini
International Journal of Social Robotics 4 (3), 223-234, 2012
892012
Time perception of visual motion is tuned by the motor representation of human actions
G Gavazzi, A Bisio, T Pozzo
Scientific Reports 3, 2013
742013
Automatic versus voluntary motor imitation: effect of visual context and stimulus velocity
A Bisio, N Stucchi, M Jacono, L Fadiga, T Pozzo
PLoS One 5 (10), e13506, 2010
722010
Effects of Two Types of 9-Month Adapted Physical Activity Program on Muscle Mass, Muscle Strength, and Balance in Moderate Sarcopenic Older Women
G Piastra, L Perasso, S Lucarini, F Monacelli, A Bisio, V Ferrando, ...
BioMed Research International 2018, 2018
642018
Observing and perceiving: a combined approach to induce plasticity in human motor cortex
A Bisio, L Avanzino, N Gueugneau, T Pozzo, P Ruggeri, M Bove
Clinical Neurophysiology 126 (6), 1212-1220, 2015
542015
This racket is not mine: The influence of the tool-use on peripersonal space
M Biggio, A Bisio, L Avanzino, P Ruggeri, M Bove
Neuropsychologia 103, 54-58, 2017
522017
Provision of somatosensory inputs during motor imagery enhances learning-induced plasticity in human motor cortex
G Bonassi, M Biggio, A Bisio, P Ruggeri, M Bove, L Avanzino
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
512017
Robots can be perceived as goal-oriented agents.
A Sciutti, A Bisio, F Nori, G Metta, L Fadiga, S Giulio
Interaction Studies 14 (3), 329-350, 2013
512013
Dynamic shaping of the defensive peripersonal space through predictive motor mechanisms: when the “near” becomes “far”
A Bisio, F Garbarini, M Biggio, C Fossataro, P Ruggeri, M Bove
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (9), 2415-2424, 2017
472017
Motor training and the combination of action observation and peripheral nerve stimulation reciprocally interfere with the plastic changes induced in primary motor cortex …
A Bisio, L Avanzino, M Biggio, P Ruggeri, M Bove
Neuroscience 348, 33-40, 2017
362017
Action observation: mirroring across our spontaneous movement tempo
L Avanzino, G Lagravinese, A Bisio, L Perasso, P Ruggeri, M Bove
Scientific reports 5, 2015
312015
Motor resonance mechanisms are preserved in Alzheimer’s disease patients
A Bisio, M Casteran, Y Ballay, P Manckoundia, F Mourey, T Pozzo
Neuroscience 222, 58-68, 2012
312012
Learning by observing: the effect of multiple sessions of action-observation training on the spontaneous movement tempo and motor resonance
G Lagravinese, A Bisio, P Ruggeri, M Bove, L Avanzino
Neuropsychologia 96, 89-95, 2017
302017
The ITALK Project: A Developmental Robotics Approach to the Study of Individual, Social, and Linguistic Learning
F Broz, CL Nehaniv, T Belpaeme, A Bisio, K Dautenhahn, L Fadiga, ...
Topics in cognitive science 6 (3), 534-544, 2014
272014
Spontaneous movement tempo can be influenced by combining action observation and somatosensory stimulation
A Bisio, L Avanzino, G Lagravinese, M Biggio, P Ruggeri, M Bove
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9, 2015
252015
Consolidation and retention of motor skill after motor imagery training
G Bonassi, G Lagravinese, A Bisio, P Ruggeri, E Pelosin, M Bove, ...
Neuropsychologia 143, 107472, 2020
242020
The kinematics of handwriting movements as expression of cognitive and sensorimotor impairments in people with multiple sclerosis
A Bisio, L Pedullà, L Bonzano, A Tacchino, G Brichetto, M Bove
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
242017
The tool as the last piece of the athlete’s gesture imagery puzzle
A Bisio, L Avanzino, P Ruggeri, M Bove
Neuroscience 265, 196-203, 2014
202014
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