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    Action recognition in normal and schizophrenic subjects.Marc Jeannerod, Chloe Farrer, Nicolas Franck, Pierre Fourneret, Andres Posada, Elena Daprati & Nicolas Georgieff - 2003 - In Tilo Kircher & Anthony S. David (eds.), The Self in Neuroscience and Psychiatry. Cambridge University Press. pp. 380.
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    Knowledge of one’s kinematics improves perceptual discrimination.Elena Daprati, Selina Wriessnegger & Francesco Lacquaniti - 2007 - Consciousness and Cognition 16 (1):178-188.
    We tested the hypothesis that our ability to detect fine kinematics variations is tuned to reveal more subtle differences when the motion pattern belongs to the observer compared to another individual. To this purpose, we analyzed the responses of 15 subjects in a same-different task on pairs of movements, which could belong to one or two different subjects. Self vs. Other comparisons were obtained by presenting both the observer’s and another participant’s kinematics. Subjects responded faster and more accurately when they (...)
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    Being the agent: Memory for action events.Elena Daprati, Daniele Nico, Nicolas Franck & Angela Sirigu - 2003 - Consciousness and Cognition 12 (4):670-683.
    Whoever paid the bill at the restaurant last night, will clearly remember doing it. Independently from the type of action, it is a common experience that being the agent provides a special strength to our memories. Even if it is generally agreed that personal memories (episodic memory) rely on separate neural substrates with respect to general knowledge (semantic memory), little is known on the nature of the link between memory and the sense of agency. In the present paper, we review (...)
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    Implicit visual analysis in handedness recognition.Maurizio Gentilucci, Elena Daprati & Massimo Gangitano - 1998 - Consciousness and Cognition 7 (3):478-493.
    In the present study, we addressed the problem of whether hand representations, derived from the control of hand gesture, are used in handedness recognition. Pictures of hands and fingers, assuming either common or uncommon postures, were presented to right-handed subjects, who were required to judge their handedness. In agreement with previous results (Parsons, 1987, 1994; Gentilucci, Daprati, & Gangitano, 1998), subjects recognized handedness through mental movement of their own hand in order to match the posture of the presented hand. This (...)
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    Superstitious beliefs and the associative mind.Elena Daprati, Angela Sirigu, Michel Desmurget & Daniele Nico - 2019 - Consciousness and Cognition 75:102822.
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    Single cases and dissociations.Elena Daprati & Angela Sirigu - 2006 - Trends in Cognitive Sciences 10 (6):265-270.