Emiliano Brunamonti
Emiliano Brunamonti
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Evaluation of the elevated plus-maze and open-field tests for the assessment of anxiety-related behaviour in inbred mice
V Carola, F D'Olimpio, E Brunamonti, F Mangia, P Renzi
Behavioural brain research 134 (1-2), 49-57, 2002
Neural variability in premotor cortex is modulated by trial history and predicts behavioral performance
E Marcos, P Pani, E Brunamonti, G Deco, S Ferraina, P Verschure
Neuron 78 (2), 249-255, 2013
Reaching in depth: hand position dominates over binocular eye position in the rostral superior parietal lobule
S Ferraina, E Brunamonti, MA Giusti, S Costa, A Genovesio, R Caminiti
Journal of Neuroscience 29 (37), 11461-11470, 2009
The over-representation of contralateral space in parietal cortex: a positive image of directional motor components of neglect?
A Battaglia-Mayer, M Mascaro, E Brunamonti, R Caminiti
Cerebral Cortex 15 (5), 514-525, 2005
Cerebellar damage impairs executive control and monitoring of movement generation
E Brunamonti, FR Chiricozzi, S Clausi, G Olivito, MA Giusti, M Molinari, ...
PloS one 9 (1), 2014
Cognitive control of movement in Down syndrome
E Brunamonti, P Pani, O Papazachariadis, P Onorati, G Albertini, ...
Research in developmental disabilities 32 (5), 1792-1797, 2011
Beneficial effects of the NMDA antagonist ketamine on decision processes in visual search
K Shen, S Kalwarowsky, W Clarence, E Brunamonti, M Paré
Journal of neuroscience 30 (29), 9947-9953, 2010
Neural encoding of self and another agent's goal in the primate prefrontal cortex: human–monkey interactions
R Falcone, E Brunamonti, S Ferraina, A Genovesio
Cerebral Cortex 26 (12), 4613-4622, 2016
Controlled movement processing: evidence for a common inhibitory control of finger, wrist, and arm movements
E Brunamonti, S Ferraina, M Paré
Neuroscience 215, 69-78, 2012
Anxiety-related behaviour in C57BL/6↔ BALB/c chimeric mice
V Carola, F D’Olimpio, E Brunamonti, A Bevilacqua, P Renzi, F Mangia
Behavioural brain research 150 (1-2), 25-32, 2004
Both the COMT Val158Met single-nucleotide polymorphism and sex-dependent differences influence response inhibition
V Mione, S Canterini, E Brunamonti, P Pani, F Donno, MT Fiorenza, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 9, 127, 2015
Vicarious learning from human models in monkeys
R Falcone, E Brunamonti, A Genovesio
PloS one 7 (7), 2012
Postsaccadic activities in the posterior parietal cortex of primates are influenced by both eye movement vectors and eye position
A Genovesio, E Brunamonti, MA Giusti, S Ferraina
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (12), 3268-3273, 2007
Alpha-and beta-band oscillations subserve different processes in reactive control of limb movements
P Pani, F Di Bello, E Brunamonti, V D’Andrea, O Papazachariadis, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 8, 383, 2014
Gaze modulates non-propositional reasoning: further evidence for spatial representation of reasoning premises
E Brunamonti, A Genovesio, K Carbe, S Ferraina
Neuroscience 173, 110-115, 2011
Monkeys monitor human goals in a nonmatch-to-goal interactive task
R Falcone, E Brunamonti, S Ferraina, A Genovesio
PloS one 7 (2), 2012
Macaque monkeys can learn token values from human models through vicarious reward
S Bevacqua, E Cerasti, R Falcone, M Cervelloni, E Brunamonti, ...
PloS one 8 (3), 2013
Reaching-related neurons in superior parietal area 5: influence of the target visibility
E Brunamonti, A Genovesio, P Pani, R Caminiti, S Ferraina
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 28 (11), 1828-1837, 2016
Mating-related interactions share common features with anxiety in the mouse
V Carola, E Scalera, E Brunamonti, C Gross, F D’Amato
Behavioural brain research 186 (2), 185-190, 2008
Atrophic degeneration of cerebellum impairs both the reactive and the proactive control of movement in the stop signal paradigm
G Olivito, E Brunamonti, S Clausi, P Pani, FR Chiricozzi, M Giamundo, ...
Experimental brain research 235 (10), 2971-2981, 2017
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