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2018

De Felice, Sara, Romani, Cristina, Geberhiwot, Tarekegn, Macdonald, Anita and Palermo, Liana (2018). Language processing and executive functions in early treated adults with phenylketonuria (PKU). Cognitive Neuropsychology, 34 (3-4), pp. 148-170.

Romani, Cristina, MacDonald, Anita, de Felice, Sara and Palermo, Liana (2018). Speed of processing and executive functions in adults with phenylketonuria:quick in finding the word, but not the ladybird. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 35 (3-4), pp. 171-198.

2016

Palermo, Liana, Cinelli, Maria Cristina, Piccardi, Laura, Ciurli, Paola, Incoccia, Chiara, Zompanti, Laura and Guariglia, Cecilia (2016). Women outperform men in remembering to remember. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69 (1), pp. 65-74.

2015

Boccia, Maddalena, Piccardi, Laura, Palermo, Liana, Nori, Raffaella and Palmiero, Massimiliano (2015). Where do bright ideas occur in our brain? Meta-analytic evidence from neuroimaging studies of domain-specific creativity. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 (AUG),

Piccardi, Laura, Palermo, Liana, Bocchi, Alessia, Guariglia, Cecilia and d'Amico, Simonetta (2015). Does spatial locative comprehension predict landmark-based navigation? PLoS ONE, 10 (1),

Piccardi, Laura, Curcio, Giuseppe, Palermo, Liana and Pai, Ming Chyi (2015). Ageing and neurodegenerative disorders. Behavioural Neurology, 2015 , pp. 1-2.

di Vita, A., Palermo, L., Piccardi, L. and Guariglia, C. (2015). Peculiar body representation alterations in hemineglect:a case report. Neurocase, 21 (6), pp. 697-706.

2014

Boccia, M., Piccardi, L., Palermo, L., Nemmi, F., Sulpizio, V., Galati, G. and Guariglia, C. (2014). One's own country and familiar places in the mind's eye:different topological representations for navigational and non-navigational contents. Neuroscience Letters, 579 , pp. 52-57.

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