Matteo Martini
Matteo Martini
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of East London
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What color is my arm? Changes in skin color of an embodied virtual arm modulates pain threshold
M Martini, D Perez-Marcos, MV Sanchez-Vives
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience / https://doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2013.00438, 2013
672013
Modulation of pain threshold by virtual body ownership.
M Martini, D Perez‐Marcos, MV Sanchez‐Vives
European Journal of Pain 18 (7), 1040-1048, 2014
562014
The body fades away: investigating the effects of transparency of an embodied virtual body on pain threshold and body ownership.
M Martini, K Kilteni, A Maselli, MV Sanchez-Vives
Scientific Reports 29 (5), 13948, 2015
332015
Seeing an embodied virtual hand is analgesic contingent on colocation
B Nierula, M Martini, M Matamala-Gomez, M Slater, MV Sanchez-Vives
The Journal of Pain 18 (6), 645-655, 2017
302017
Seeing facial expressions enhances placebo analgesia
E Valentini, M Martini, M Lee, SM Aglioti, G Iannetti
PAIN® 155 (4), 666-673, 2014
262014
Intracortical modulation, and not spinal inhibition, mediates placebo analgesia.
M Martini, MCH Lee, E Valentini, GD Iannetti
European Journal of Neuroscience 41 (4), 498-504., 2015
232015
Parkinsonian patients with deficits in the dysexecutive spectrum are impaired on theory of mind tasks
A Costa, A Peppe, M Martini, K Coletta, M Oliveri, C Caltagirone, ...
Behavioural Neurology 27 (4), 523-533, 2013
202013
Real, rubber or virtual: The vision of “one’s own” body as a means for pain modulation. A narrative review
M Martini
Consciousness and Cognition 43, 143-151, 2016
172016
Is that me or my twin? Lack of self-face recognition advantage in identical twins.
M Martini, I Bufalari, MA Stazi, SM Aglioti
PLoS One 10 (4), e0120900., 2015
132015
Emotional conflict in a model modulates nociceptive processing in an onlooker: a laser-evoked potentials study.
M Martini, E Valentini, SM Aglioti
Experimental Brain Research 225 (2), 237-245., 2013
102013
Selective distortion of body image by asynchronous visuotactile stimulation
D Perez-Marcos, M Martini, CT Fuentes, AIB Rivas, P Haggard, ...
Body Image 24, 55-61, 2018
92018
The bodily illusion in adverse conditions: virtual arm ownership during visuomotor mismatch
B Caola, M Montalti, A Zanini, A Leadbetter, M Martini
Perception 47 (5), 477-491, 2018
72018
Pain during illusory own arm movement: a study in immersive virtual reality
A Zanini, M Montalti, B Caola, A Leadbetter, M Martini
European Medical Journal. 2 (2), 90-97, 2017
62017
Author's reply to the commentary by Gilpin et al
M Martini, D Perez‐Marcos, MV Sanchez‐Vives
European Journal of Pain 19 (1), 143-144, 2015
62015
Altered visual feedback from an embodied avatar unconsciously influences movement amplitude and muscle activity
P Bourdin*, M Martini*, MV Sanchez-Vives
*Equal contribution Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
22019
Visuo–tactile stimulation, but not type of movement, modulates pain during the vision of a moving virtual limb
C Gordon, A Barbullushi, S Tombolini, F Margiotta, A Ciacci, LS Yosef, ...
Pain management 9 (5), 449-460, 2019
22019
Agency and responsibility over virtual movements controlled through different paradigms of brain− computer interface
B Nierula, B Spanlang, M Martini, M Borrell, VV Nikulin, ...
The Journal of Physiology, 2019
12019
Commentary: mechanical pain thresholds and the rubber hand illusion
M Martini
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1715, 2018
12018
Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Chronic Pain and Depression: any Possible Applications of Multisensory Feedback Approaches Based on Body Representation?
M Martini
Psychology and Behavioral Science International Journal (PBSIJ) 2 (5), 2017
12017
Pain modulation by illusory body rotation: A new way to disclose the interaction between the vestibular system and pain processing
A Daniel, L Barker, M Martini
European Journal of Pain 24 (6), 1119-1129, 2020
2020
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