Scandola, Michele

Scandola, Michele  

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Alterations of the peripersonal space around the feet in paraplegics 1-gen-2014 Scandola, Michele; Brunelli, Giovanni; Avesani, Renato; Bonente, Claudio; Aglioti Salvatore, Maria; Moro, Valentina
Anosognosia for apraxia: Experimental evidence for defective awareness of one's own bucco-facial gestures. 1-gen-2014 Canzano, L; Scandola, Michele; Pernigo, Simone; Aglioti, Sm; Moro, Valentina
Anosognosia for hemiplegia as a tripartite disconnection syndrome 1-gen-2019 Pacella, Valentina; Foulon, Chris; Jenkinson, Paul M; Scandola, Michele; Bertagnoli, Sara; Avesani, Renato; Fotopoulou, Aikaterini; Moro, Valentina; Thiebaut de Schotten, Michel
Anosognosia for limb and bucco-facial apraxia as inferred from the recognition of gestural errors 1-gen-2020 Scandola, Michele; Canzano, Loredana; Avesani, Renato; Leder, Mara; Bertagnoli, Sara; Gobbetto, Valeria; Aglioti, Salvatore M; Moro, Valentina
Anosognosia for theory of mind deficits: A single case study and a review of the literature 1-gen-2020 Pacella, Valentina; Scandola, Michele; Beccherle, Maddalena; Bulgarelli, Cristina; Avesani, Renato; Carbognin, Giovanni; Agostini, Giulia; Thiebaut de Schotten, Michel; Moro, Valentina
Anticipation of wheelchair and rollerblade actions in spinal cord injured people, rollerbladers, and physiotherapists 1-gen-2019 Scandola, Michele; Aglioti, Salvatore Maria; Avesani, Renato; Bertagnoni, Gianettore; Marangoni, Anna; Moro, Valentina
Apparent Biological Motion in First and Third Person Perspective 1-gen-2016 Tidoni, E; Scandola, Michele; Orvalho, V; Candidi, M.
Bayesian Multilevel Single Case model (BMSC): a new approach to single case statistical analysis that allows to test the null and the alternative hypotheses 1-gen-2019 Scandola, Michele; Romano, Daniele
Bayesian Multilevel Single Case model (BSMC): un nuovo approccio all'analisi statistia dei casi singoli 1-gen-2018 Scandola, Michele; Romano, Daniele
Bayesian Multilevel Single Case Models using 'Stan'. A new tool to study single cases in Neuropsychology 1-gen-2021 Scandola, Michele; Romano, Daniele
bmscstan: Bayesian Multilevel Single Case Models using 'Stan' 1-gen-2020 Scandola, Michele
Bodily Illusions and Motor Imagery in Fibromyalgia 1-gen-2022 Scandola, Michele; Pietroni, Giorgia; Landuzzi, Gabriella; Polati, Enrico; Schweiger, Vittorio; Moro, Valentina
Body illusions and misperception in fibromyalgia: how chronic pain impacts on body representation and imagery of actions 1-gen-2021 Scandola, Michele; Lonardi, Cristina; Pietroni, Giorgia; Schweiger, Vittorio; Moro, Valentina
Body, action, and space representations in people affected by spinal cord injuries 1-gen-2022 Scandola, Michele
Cognitive Training Improves Disconnected Limbs’ Mental Representation and Peripersonal Space after Spinal Cord Injury 1-gen-2021 Moro, Valentina; Corbella, Michela; Ionta, Silvio; Ferrari, Federico; Scandola, Michele
Comprehension of written texts for the assessment of clinical competence and decision making in people with mild to moderate Alzheimer disease 1-gen-2020 Moro, Valentina; Valbusa, Valeria; Corsi, Nicole; Bonazzi, Annachiara; Condoleo, Maria Teresa; Broggio, Elisabetta; Scandola, Michele; Gambina, Giuseppe
Computer assisted training for robotic surgery 1-gen-2012 Hernansanz, Albert; Zerbato, Davide; Gasperotti, Lorenza; Scandola, Michele; Fiorini, Paolo; Casals, Alicia
Contextual bottom-up and implicit top-down modulation of anarchic hand syndrome: A single-case report and a review of the literature 1-gen-2015 Moro, Valentina; Pernigo, Simone; Scandola, Michele; Mainente, Maria; Avesani, Renato; Aglioti, Salvatore Maria
Corporeal illusions in chronic spinal cord injuries 1-gen-2017 Scandola, Michele; Aglioti, Salvatore Maria; Avesani, Renato; Bertagnoni, Gianettore; Marangoni, Anna; Moro, Valentina
Correction to: Comprehension of written texts for the assessment of clinical competence and decision making in people with mild to moderate Alzheimer disease 1-gen-2020 Moro, Valentina; Valbusa, Valeria; Corsi, Nicole; Bonazzi, Annachiara; Condoleo, Maria Teresa; Broggio, Elisabetta; Scandola, Michele; Gambina, Giuseppe