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  1. Cristina Iani, Sandro Rubichi, Luca Ferraro, Roberto Nicoletti & Vittorio Gallese (2013). Observational Learning Without a Model is Influenced by the Observer's Possibility to Act: Evidence From the Simon Task. Cognition 128 (1):26-34.
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  2. Paola Ricciardelli, Cristina Iani, Luisa Lugli, Antonello Pellicano & Roberto Nicoletti (2012). Gaze Direction and Facial Expressions Exert Combined but Different Effects on Attentional Resources. Cognition and Emotion 26 (6):1134-1142.
  3. Nadia Milanese, Cristina Iani & Sandro Rubichi (2010). Shared Learning Shapes Human Performance: Transfer Effects in Task Sharing. Cognition 116 (1):15-22.
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  4. Cristina Iani, Federico Ricci, Giulia Baroni & Sandro Rubichi (2009). Attention Control and Susceptibility to Hypnosis. Consciousness and Cognition 18 (4):856-863.
    The present work aimed at assessing whether the interference exerted by task-irrelevant spatial information is comparable in high- and low-susceptible individuals and whether it may be eliminated by means of a specific posthypnotic suggestion. To this purpose high- and low-susceptible participants were tested using a Simon-like interference task after the administration of a suggestion aimed at preventing the processing of the irrelevant spatial information conveyed by the stimuli. The suggestion could be administered either in the absence or following a standard (...)
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  5. Daniel Gopher & Cristina Iani (2003). Attention. In L. Nadel (ed.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Nature Publishing Group.
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