Mario Bonato
Mario Bonato
Associate Professor, University of Padua (ITA)
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When time is space: Evidence for a mental time line
M Bonato, M Zorzi, C Umiltà
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 36, 2257-2273, 2012
The mental representation of numerical fractions: Real or integer?
M Bonato, S Fabbri, C Umiltà, M Zorzi
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 33 (6 …, 2007
Neglect and extinction depend greatly on task demands: a review
M Bonato
Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, 195, 2012
Increased attentional demands impair contralesional space awareness following stroke
M Bonato, K Priftis, R Marenzi, C Umiltà, M Zorzi
Neuropsychologia 48 (13), 3934-3940, 2010
Computer-based attention-demanding testing unveils severe neglect in apparently intact patients
M Bonato, K Priftis, C Umiltà, M Zorzi
Behavioural Neurology 26 (3), 179-181, 2013
Deficits of contralesional awareness: A case study on what paper-and-pencil tests neglect.
M Bonato, K Priftis, R Marenzi, C Umiltà, M Zorzi
Neuropsychology 26, 20-36, 2012
Normal and impaired reflexive orienting of attention after central nonpredictive cues
M Bonato, K Priftis, R Marenzi, M Zorzi
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 21 (4), 745-759, 2009
Right hemisphere dysfunction and emotional processing in ALS: an fMRI study
A Palmieri, M Naccarato, S Abrahams, M Bonato, C D’Ascenzo, ...
Journal of Neurology 257 (12), 1970-1978, 2010
Neglect impairs explicit processing of the mental number line
M Zorzi, M Bonato, B Treccani, G Scalambrin, R Marenzi, K Priftis
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6, 125, 2012
Modulation of hemispatial neglect by directional and numerical cues in the line bisection task
M Bonato, K Priftis, R Marenzi, M Zorzi
Neuropsychologia 46 (2), 426-433, 2008
Hemispatial neglect: computer-based testing allows more sensitive quantification of attentional disorders and recovery and might lead to better evaluation of rehabilitation
M Bonato, LY Deouell
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 2013
Neuropsychology is nothing without control: A potential fallacy hidden in clinical studies.
M Bonato, F Sella, I Berteletti, C Umiltà
Cortex 48, 353-355, 2012
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
Pupil dilation reveals top–down attentional load during spatial monitoring
M Lisi, M Bonato, M Zorzi
Biological Psychology 112, 39-45, 2015
Unveiling residual, spontaneous recovery from subtle hemispatial neglect three years after stroke
M Bonato
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9, 413, 2015
Subitizing and visual short-term memory in human and non-human species: a common shared system?
S Cutini, M Bonato
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 469, 2012
Hemispatial neglect shows that “before” is “left”
M Bonato, A Saj, P Vuilleumier
Neural plasticity 2016, 2016
Effects of multimodal load on spatial monitoring as revealed by ERPs
M Bonato, C Spironelli, M Lisi, K Priftis, M Zorzi
PloS one 10 (9), e0136719, 2015
Heterogeneous timescales are spatially represented
M Bonato, C Umiltà
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 542, 2014
Living on the edge: strategic and instructed slowing in the stop signal task
F Sella, M Bonato, S Cutini, C Umiltà
Psychological Research 77 (2), 204-210, 2013
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