SALATINO, ADRIANA

SALATINO, ADRIANA  

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Awareness of symptoms amelioration after low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in a patient with tourette syndrome and comorbid obsessive-compulsive disorder 2013 Salatino A.; Momo E.; Nobili M.; Berti A.; Ricci R.
Awareness of symptoms amelioration after low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in a patient with tourette syndrome and comorbid obsessive-compulsive disorder 2013 A.Salatino; E. Momo; M. Nobili; A.Berti; R. Ricci
Behavioral and neuroplastic effects of Low-Frequency rTMS of the unaffected hemisphere in a chronic stroke patient 2011 A. Salatino; E. Berra; W. Troni; K. Sacco; F. Cauda; F. D’Agata; G. Geminiani; R. Ricci
Biological foundation of Human Movement responses to the Rorschach test 2015 Andò A.; Salatino A.; Giromini L.; Ricci R.; Cristofanelli S.; Ferro L.; Pignolo C.; Viglione D.J.; Zennaro A
A comparison between the effects of Prism Adaptation and low-frequency repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on visuospatial perception in healthy volunteers 2015 Salatino A., Gontero F., Poncini M., Ricci R.
A comparison of Prism Adaptation and Visual Scanning Training in patients with left-neglect 2013 A. Salatino; F. Vigna; S. Barba; V. Arzenton; F. Cicerone; R. Ricci
Do movements contribute to sense of body ownership?:How long-term motor practice affects Rubber Hand Illusion 2017 Pyasik, Maria; Salatino, Adriana; Pia, Lorenzo
Dual task and gait analysis in patients with mild cognitive impairment 2011 A. Nascimbeni; M. Rigano; S. Caruso; A. Salatino; M. Carenza; A. Raviolo; R. Ricci
Effect of Low-Frequency rTMS of the contralesional hemisphere on motor and visuo-spatial deficits in a chronic patient with subcortical stroke 2010 A. Salatino; R. Ricci; E. Berra; W. Troni; K. Sacco; F. D’Agata; F. Cauda; G. Geminiani; S. Duca; U. Dimanico
Effects of different repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation treatments and the role of attentional bias in complex Focal Hand Dystonia: a case-report 2014 Salatino A.; Mazzeo G.; Nobili M.; Ricci R
Effects of low-frequency rTMS of the unaffected hemisphere in chronic stroke: a concomitant TMS and fMRI study 2017 Salatino, A.; Morese, R.; Daniele, M.; Berti, A.; Perozzo, P.; Molo, M.T.; Cerrato, P.; Nobili, M.; Valentini, C.; Ricci, R
Effects of Prism Adaptation and low-frequency repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on visuospatial perception in the healthy brain 2014 Salatino A.; Gontero F.; Poncini M.; Caldano M.; Ricci R.
Effects of rTMS in a patient with severe Tourette Syndrome and comorbid obsessive-compulsive disorder: a case-report 2013 Salatino A.; Momo E.; Nobili M.; Ricci R
Effects or rTMS of left inferior gyrus on human movement responses to the Rorschach test 2013 A. Ando'; A. Salatino; L. Giromini; C. Pignolo; R. Ricci; A. Zennaro
EFFETTI DELLA STIMOLAZIONE MAGNETICA TRANSCRANICA SULLE RISPOSTE MOVIMENTO UMANO AL TEST DI RORSCHACH 2014 A. Ando'; A. Salatino; L. Giromini; R. Ricci
Entrainment and shared representations in joint finger tapping. In Proceedings of the Fourth annual iCog conference 2017 Dell’Anna, A; Fossataro, C; Burin, D; Bruno, V; Garbarini, F; Salatino, A; Ricci, R; Pia, L; Berti, A
Imaging The Neural Correlates of rightward neglect-like bias in healthy volunteers: an Interleaved TMS/fMRI study 2012 A. Salatino; X. Li; J.J. Taylor; Q. Mu; D. Bohning; M.S. George; R. Ricci
Imaging the Neural Correlates of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation induced neglect in healthy participants 2011 R. Ricci; A. Salatino; X. Li; J.J. Taylor; Q. Mu; D. Bohning; M.S. George
Imaging The Neural Mechanisms of TMS induced neglect in healthy participants: an Interleaved TMS/fMRI study 2011 R. Ricci; A. Salatino; S. Logan; A. P. Funk; X. Li; Q. Mu; D. Bohning; M.S. George
Imaging The Neural Mechanisms of Visuo-Spatial Perception with the Interleaved TMS/fMRI technique: a pilot feasibility study 2010 R. Ricci; A. Salatino; S. Logan; A. P. Funk ; X. Li ; Q. Mu ; K. Johnson ; D. Bohning ; and M.S. George