Publications

Published

Borghesani, V., & Piazza, M (2017). The neuro-cognitive representations of symbols: the case of concrete words. Neuropsychologia https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2017.06.026

Borghesani, V., Pedregosa, F., Buiatti, M., A. Alexis, Eger, E., & Piazza, M. (2016). Word meaning in the ventral visual path: a perceptual to conceptual gradient of semantic coding. NeuroImage http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.08.068

Borghesani*, V., de Hevia*, L., Viarouge*, A., Pinheiro Chagas, P., Eger, E., & Piazza, M. (2016). Comparing magnitudes across dimensions: a univariate and multivariate approach. International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging (pp. 1-4). [PDF]

Borghesani, V., Pedregosa, F., Eger, E., Buiatti, M., & Piazza, M. (2014). A perceptual-to-conceptual gradient of word coding along the ventral path. International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging (pp. 1-4). [PDF]


Under review

Borghesani, V., Monti, A., Fortis, P., & Miceli, G. Monothematic spatial delusion: A review on reduplicative paramnesia for places and a case report.

Borghesani, V., de Hevia, L., Viarouge, A., Pinheiro Chagas, P., Eger, E., & Piazza, M. Number and length processing in the parietal cortex: sharing resources, not a common code.

Borghesani, V., Buiatti, M., Eger, E., & Piazza, M. Conceptual and perceptual dimensions of word meaning are recovered rapidly and in parallel during reading.

Borghesani, V., Narvid, J., Battistella, G., Shwe, W., Watson, C., Binney, R., Sturm, V., Miller, Z., Mandelli, M.L., Miller, B., Gorno-Tempini, M.L. “Looks familiar, but I do not know who she is”: The role of the anterior right temporal lobe in famous face recognition.

Battistella, G., Henry, M., Gesierich, B., Wilson, S.M., Borghesani, V., Shwe, W., Miller, Z., Deleon, J., Bruce, M., Jovicich, J., Papinutto, N., Seeley, W.W. Mandelli, M.L., & Gorno-Tempini, M.L. Differential intrinsic functional connectivity changes in three language networks in Semantic Primary Progressive Aphasia.


In preparation

Borghesani, V., Riello, M., Monti, A., & Gorno-Tempini, M. Investigating the Neural Representations of Movement across Semantic Categories: the Role of the Left Fronto-Parietal Network.


Posters and Talks

Borghesani, V., de Hevia*, L., Viarouge*, A., Pinheiro Chagas, P., Eger, E., & Piazza, M. (2016).Comparing magnitudes across dimensions: a univariate and multivariate approach. PRNI, International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging

Borghesani, V., de Hevia*, L., Viarouge*, A., Pinheiro Chagas, P., Eger, E., & Piazza, M. (2016). Few: Many = Short: Long? Coding Of Magnitude Across Different Quantitative Dimensions. CAOS, Concepts, Actions, Objects

Borghesani, V., Eger, E., Buiatti, M., & Piazza, M. (2015) Perceptual and conceptual semantic dimensions: where and when? SNL, Society for the neurobiology of language

Borghesani, V., Eger, E., Buiatti, M., & Piazza, M. (2015) Can you see what I mean? Perceptual and conceptual semantics during words reading. SfN, Society of Neuroscience

Borghesani, V., Pedregosa, F., Eger, E., Buiatti, M., & Piazza, M. (2014) A perceptual-to-conceptual gradient of word coding along the ventral path. PRNI, International Workshop on Pattern Recognition in Neuroimaging [selected for oral presentation]

Borghesani, V., Pedregosa, F., Eger, E., Buiatti, M., & Piazza, M. (2014) Word reading in the ventral stream: A perceptual to conceptual gradient of information coding. CAOS, Concepts, Actions, Objects [selected for oral presentation and winner of the best poster award]


Theses

PhD thesis: Thesis committee: Christophe Pallier (advisor), Manuela Piazza (advisor), James Haxby (reviewer), Rik Vandenberghe (reviewer), Laurent Cohen (examiner), Marius Peelen (examiner). “The Neuro-Cognitive Representation of Word Meaning Resolved in Space and Time.[PDF]

Master thesis: a single case study on the neuropsychological substrate of reduplicative paramnesia (supervisor dott.ssa Alessia Monti PhD). In Italian: “Analisi neuropsicologica della paramnesia reduplicativa per i luoghi: stato dell’arte e studio di un caso”.[PDF]

Bachelor thesis: a tDCS study investigating the role of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in cognitive dissonance (supervisor Prof. G. di Pellegrino MD, PhD). In Italian: “Il ruolo della corteccia dorsolaterale prefrontale nella dissonanza cognitiva”. [PDF]