Giulia Galli
Giulia Galli
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The ERP response to the amount of information conveyed by words in sentences
SL Frank, LJ Otten, G Galli, G Vigliocco
Brain and language 140, 1-11, 2015
1792015
Efficiency of weak brain connections support general cognitive functioning
E Santarnecchi, G Galli, NR Polizzotto, A Rossi, S Rossi
Human brain mapping 35 (9), 4566-4582, 2014
1152014
Sex differences in the use of anticipatory brain activity to encode emotional events
G Galli, N Wolpe, LJ Otten
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (34), 12364-12370, 2011
482011
“Did you see him in the newspaper?” Electrophysiological correlates of context and valence in face processing
G Galli, M Feurra, MP Viggiano
Brain research 1119 (1), 190-202, 2006
442006
Word surprisal predicts N400 amplitude during reading
SL Frank, LJ Otten, G Galli, G Vigliocco
Sofia, Bulgaria: Association for Computational Linguistics, 2013
402013
Material-specific neural correlates of recollection: Objects, words, and faces
G Galli, LJ Otten
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 23 (6), 1405-1418, 2011
322011
Category-specific visual recognition as affected by aging and expertise
MP Viggiano, S Righi, G Galli
Archives of gerontology and geriatrics 42 (3), 329-338, 2006
302006
What makes deeply encoded items memorable? Insights into the levels of processing framework from neuroimaging and neuromodulation
G Galli
Frontiers in Psychiatry 5, 61, 2014
272014
Effects of anodal transcranial direct current stimulation over the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex on episodic memory formation and retrieval
A Medvedeva, M Materassi, V Neacsu, J Beresford-Webb, A Hussin, ...
Cerebral Cortex 29 (2), 657-665, 2019
212019
Emotion regulation modulates anticipatory brain activity that predicts emotional memory encoding in women
G Galli, VA Griffiths, LJ Otten
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9 (3), 378-384, 2014
212014
A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) on episodic memory
G Galli, MA Vadillo, M Sirota, M Feurra, A Medvedeva
Brain Stimulation 12 (2), 231-241, 2019
192019
Prestimulus brain activity predicts primacy in list learning
G Galli, T Leng Choy, LJ Otten
Cognitive neuroscience 3 (3-4), 160-167, 2012
172012
Atypical event-related potentials in patients with mild cognitive impairment: an identification-priming study
G Galli, A Ragazzoni, MP Viggiano
Alzheimer's & Dementia 6 (4), 351-358, 2010
172010
Overclock your brain for gaming? Ethical, social and health care risks.
E Santarnecchi, M Feurra, G Galli, A Rossi, S Rossi
Brain stimulation 6 (5), 713, 2013
162013
Visual recognition memory in Alzheimer's disease: repetition-lag effects
MP Viggiano, G Galli, S Righi, C Brancati, G Gori, M Cincotta
Experimental aging research 34 (3), 267-281, 2008
162008
Learning facts during aging: the benefits of curiosity
G Galli, M Sirota, MJ Gruber, BE Ivanof, J Ganesh, M Materassi, A Thorpe, ...
Experimental aging research 44 (4), 311-328, 2018
152018
Available processing resources influence encoding-related brain activity before an event
G Galli, AD Gebert, LJ Otten
Cortex 49 (8), 2239-2248, 2013
152013
Transcranial alternating current stimulation affects decision making
M Feurra, G Galli, S Rossi
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 6, 39, 2012
132012
Frequency-specific insight into short-term memory capacity
SR Matteo Feurra, Giulia Galli, Enea Francesco Pavone, Alessandro Rossi
Journal of Neurophysiology 116 (1), 153-158, 2016
122016
Sex differences in the neural processing of aversive interoceptive events: the benefit of relief
G Galli, A Shukla, AN Simmons, PW Davenport, MP Paulus
PloS one 8 (12), e84044, 2013
82013
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