Federica Meconi
Federica Meconi
Assistant Professor, University of Trento, Department of Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
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Taking one’s time in feeling other-race pain: an event-related potential investigation on the time-course of cross-racial empathy
P Sessa, F Meconi, L Castelli, R Dell’Acqua
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (4), 454-463, 2014
“Reality” of near-death-experience memories: Evidence from a psychodynamic and electrophysiological integrated study
A Palmieri, V Calvo, JR Kleinbub, F Meconi, M Marangoni, P Barilaro, ...
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 297, 2014
The attentional blink impairs detection and delays encoding of visual information: Evidence from human electrophysiology
R Dell'Acqua, PE Dux, B Wyble, M Doro, P Sessa, F Meconi, P Jolicœur
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (4), 720-735, 2015
Individual differences in anxiety predict neural measures of visual working memory for untrustworthy faces
F Meconi, R Luria, P Sessa
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9, 1872-1879, 2014
Double dissociation of neural responses supporting perceptual and cognitive components of social cognition: Evidence from processing of others' pain
P Sessa, F Meconi, S Han
Scientific Reports 4 (1), 7424, 2014
Perceived trustworthiness shapes neural empathic responses toward others' pain
P Sessa, F Meconi
Neuropsychologia 79, 97-105, 2015
Minimal humanity cues induce neural empathic reactions towards non-human entities
J Vaes, F Meconi, P Sessa, M Olechowski
Neuropsychologia 89, 132-140, 2016
Out of sight out of mind: Perceived physical distance between the observer and someone in pain shapes observer’s neural empathic reactions
A Schiano Lomoriello, F Meconi, I Rinaldi, P Sessa
Frontiers in psychology 9, 391328, 2018
Neural measures of the role of affective prosody in empathy for pain
F Meconi, M Doro, A Schiano Lomoriello, G Mastrella, P Sessa
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 291, 2018
On the role of the inferior intraparietal sulcus in visual working memory for lateralized single-feature objects
S Brigadoi, S Cutini, F Meconi, M Castellaro, P Sessa, M Marangon, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 29 (2), 337-351, 2017
On the neglected role of stereotypes in empathy toward other-race pain
F Meconi, J Vaes, P Sessa
Social Neuroscience 10, 1-10, 2015
EEG and fMRI evidence for autobiographical memory reactivation in empathy
F Meconi, J Linde-Domingo, CS Ferreira, S Michelmann, B Staresina, ...
Human Brain Mapping, 2021
Aberrant prefrontal beta oscillations predict episodic memory encoding deficits in schizophrenia
F Meconi, S Anderl-Straub, H Raum, M Landgrebe, B Langguth, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 12, 499-505, 2016
Anxious brains: A combined data fusion machine learning approach to predict trait anxiety from morphometric features
T Baggio, A Grecucci, F Meconi, I Messina
Sensors 23 (2), 610, 2023
N2pc reflects two modes for coding the number of visual targets
S Benavides‐Varela, S Basso Moro, S Brigadoi, F Meconi, M Doro, ...
Psychophysiology 55 (11), e13219, 2018
Long-term continuous monitoring of the preterm brain with diffuse optical tomography and electroencephalography: a technical note on cap manufacturing
A Galderisi, S Brigadoi, S Cutini, SB Moro, E Lolli, F Meconi, ...
Neurophotonics 3 (4), 045009-045009, 2016
Enhanced neural empathic responses in patients with spino-bulbar muscular atrophy: an electrophysiological study
A Palmieri, F Meconi, A Vallesi, M Capizzi, E Pick, S Marcato, JR Kleinbub, ...
Brain Sciences 11 (1), 16, 2020
Perceived trustworthiness shapes neural empathic responses toward others' pain. Neuropsychologia, 79 (Part A), 97–105
P Sessa, F Meconi
Perceived untrustworthiness of a face goes beyond its race when it comes to empathizing with others' pain: An event-related potentials study
F Meconi, P Sessa
International Journal of Psychophysiology 94, 173-173, 2014
Fading boundaries between the physical and the social world: Insights and novel techniques from the intersection of these two fields
C Dapor, I Sperandio, F Meconi
Frontiers in Psychology 13, 2023
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