Carlo Alberto Marzi
Carlo Alberto Marzi
Professor of Psychology, Verona University, Italy
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Is interhemispheric transfer of visuomotor information asymmetric? Evidence from a meta-analysis
CA Marzi, P Bisiacchi, R Nicoletti
Neuropsychologia 29 (12), 1163-1177, 1991
The spatial distribution of visual attention in hemineglect and extinction patients.
N Smania, MC Martini, G Gambina, G Tomelleri, A Palamara, E Natale, ...
Brain: a journal of neurology 121 (9), 1759-1770, 1998
Distribution in the visual field of the costs of voluntarily allocated attention and of the inhibitory after-effects of covert orienting
G Tassinari, S Aglioti, L Chelazzi, CA Marzi, G Berlucchi
Neuropsychologia 25 (1), 55-71, 1987
Right visual field superiority for accuracy of recognition of famous faces in normals
CA Marzi, G Berlucchi
Neuropsychologia 15 (6), 751-756, 1977
Interhemispheric transmission of visuomotor information in humans: fMRI evidence
M Tettamanti, E Paulesu, P Scifo, A Maravita, F Fazio, D Perani, CA Marzi
Journal of Neurophysiology 88 (2), 1051-1058, 2002
Collicular vision guides nonconscious behavior
M Tamietto, F Cauda, LL Corazzini, S Savazzi, CA Marzi, R Goebel, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 22 (5), 888-902, 2010
Spatial summation across the vertical meridian in hemianopics: A test of blindsight
CA Marzi, G Tassinari, S Aglioti, L Lutzemberger
Neuropsychologia 24 (6), 749-758, 1986
Corpus callosum and simple visuomotor integration
G Berlucchi, S Aglioti, CA Marzi, G Tassinari
Neuropsychologia 33 (8), 923-936, 1995
Neural site of the redundant target effect: Electrophysiological evidence
C Miniussi, M Girelli, CA Marzi
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 10 (2), 216-230, 1998
Attentional orienting induced by arrows and eye-gaze compared with an endogenous cue
D Brignani, D Guzzon, CA Marzi, C Miniussi
Neuropsychologia 47 (2), 370-381, 2009
Blindsight in hemispherectomized patients as revealed by spatial summation across the vertical meridian.
F Tomaiuolo, M Ptito, CA Marzi, T Paus, A Ptito
Brain: a journal of neurology 120 (5), 795-803, 1997
Spatial distribution of the inhibitory effect of peripheral non-informative cues on simple reaction time to non-fixated visual targets
G Berlucchi, G Tassinari, CA Marzi, M Di Stefano
Neuropsychologia 27 (2), 201-221, 1989
Implicit redundant-targets effect in visual extinction
CA Marzi, N Smania, MC Martini, G Gambina, G Tomelleri, A Palamara, ...
Neuropsychologia 34 (1), 9-22, 1996
Hemispheric control of unilateral and bilateral movements of proximal and distal parts of the arm as inferred from simple reaction time to lateralized light stimuli in man
M Di Stefano, M Morelli, CA Marzi, G Berlucchi
Experimental Brain Research 38, 197-204, 1980
The neural mechanisms of the effects of transcranial magnetic stimulation on perception
M Ruzzoli, CA Marzi, C Miniussi
Journal of Neurophysiology 103 (6), 2982-2989, 2010
Dissociating arbitrary stimulus-response mapping from movement planning during preparatory period: evidence from event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging
C Cavina-Pratesi, KF Valyear, JC Culham, S Köhler, SS Obhi, CA Marzi, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (10), 2704-2713, 2006
ERP and fMRI correlates of endogenous and exogenous focusing of visual‐spatial attention
E Natale, CA Marzi, M Girelli, EF Pavone, S Pollmann
European Journal of Neuroscience 23 (9), 2511-2521, 2006
Attention and interhemispheric transfer: a behavioral and fMRI study
B Weber, V Treyer, N Oberholzer, T Jaermann, P Boesiger, P Brugger, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 17 (1), 113-123, 2005
Ipsilateral inhibition and contralateral facilitation of simple reaction time to non-foveal visual targets from non-informative visual cues
G Tassanari, M Biscaldi, CA Marzi, G Berlucchi
Acta Psychologica 70 (3), 267-291, 1989
The role of frontal eye-fields and superior colliculi in visual search and non-visual search in rhesus monkeys
NG Collin, A Cowey, R Latto, C Marzi
Behavioural Brain Research 4 (2), 177-193, 1982
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