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    Body ownership: When feeling and knowing diverge.Daniele Romano, Anna Sedda, Peter Brugger & Gabriella Bottini - 2015 - Consciousness and Cognition 34:140-148.
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    The physiology of motor delusions in anosognosia for hemiplegia: Implications for current models of motor awareness.Martina Gandola, Gabriella Bottini, Laura Zapparoli, Paola Invernizzi, Margherita Verardi, Roberto Sterzi, Ignazio Santilli, Maurizio Sberna & Eraldo Paulesu - 2014 - Consciousness and Cognition 24:98-112.
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    Metric biases in body representation extend to objects.Valeria Peviani, Francesca Giulia Magnani, Gabriella Bottini & Lucia Melloni - 2021 - Cognition 206 (C):104490.
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    Unrealistic representations of “the self”: A cognitive neuroscience assessment of anosognosia for memory deficit.Manuela Berlingeri, Alessandra Ravasio, Silvia Cranna, Stefania Basilico, Maurizio Sberna, Gabriella Bottini & Eraldo Paulesu - 2015 - Consciousness and Cognition 37:160-177.
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    Multiple Dissociations in Patients With Disorders of Body Awareness: Implications for the Study of Consciousness.Gabriella Bottini, Francesca Giulia Magnani, Gerardo Salvato & Martina Gandola - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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    Exploring the Interaction Between Handedness and Body Parts Ownership by Means of the Implicit Association Test.Damiano Crivelli, Valeria Peviani, Gerardo Salvato & Gabriella Bottini - 2021 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15.
    The experience of owning a body is built upon the integration of exteroceptive, interoceptive, and proprioceptive signals. Recently, it has been suggested that motor signals could be particularly important in producing the feeling of body part ownership. One thus may hypothesize that the strength of this feeling may not be spatially uniform; rather, it could vary as a function of the degree by which different body parts are involved in motor behavior. Given that our dominant hand plays a leading role (...)
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    Exploring the role of interoception in autobiographical memory recollection.Alessandro Messina, Stefania Basilico, Gabriella Bottini & Gerardo Salvato - 2022 - Consciousness and Cognition 102 (C):103358.
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    Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Integrative Group Treatment Protocol Applied to Caregivers of Patients With Dementia.Serena Passoni, Teresa Curinga, Alessio Toraldo, Manuela Berlingeri, Isabel Fernandez & Gabriella Bottini - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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    Through the Looking Glass: A Scoping Review of Cinema and Video Therapy.Elena Sacilotto, Gerardo Salvato, Federica Villa, Fulvia Salvi & Gabriella Bottini - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    Background: Cinematherapy and video treatments are artistic therapeutic techniques by which the individuals are exposed to their psycho-physical difficulties through the stories of the characters on the screen who are coping with the same issues that the patients are. Although these techniques are increasingly common within modern art therapies, there are neither comprehensive classifications of the different approaches nor agreement on their effectiveness. We performed a scoping review, describing different methodological approaches and outcome measures in cinematherapy and video treatments.Methodology: We (...)
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    “I feel your fear”: superior fear recognition in organised crime members.Gerardo Salvato, Gabriele De Maio, Elisa Francescon, Maria L. Fiorina, Teresa Fazia, Alessandro Grecucci, Luisa Bernardinelli, Daniela Ovadia & Gabriella Bottini - 2023 - Cognition and Emotion 37 (3):430-438.
    Individuals who deviate from social norms by committing crimes may have reduced facial emotion recognition abilities. Nevertheless, a specific category of offenders – i.e. organised crime (OC) members – is characterised by hierarchically organised social networks and a tendency to manipulate others to reach their illicit goals. Since recognising emotions is crucial to building social networks, OC members may be more skilled in recognising the facial emotion expressions of others to use this information for their criminal purposes. Evidence of a (...)
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