Valentina Sulpizio
Valentina Sulpizio
Fondazione Santa Lucia
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Spatiotemporal brain mapping during preparation, perception, and action
F Di Russo, G Lucci, V Sulpizio, M Berchicci, D Spinelli, S Pitzalis, ...
Neuroimage 126, 1-14, 2016
Selective role of lingual/parahippocampal gyrus and retrosplenial complex in spatial memory across viewpoint changes relative to the environmental reference frame
V Sulpizio, G Committeri, S Lambrey, A Berthoz, G Galati
Behavioural brain research 242, 62-75, 2013
Hemispheric asymmetries in the transition from action preparation to execution
V Sulpizio, G Lucci, M Berchicci, G Galati, S Pitzalis, F Di Russo
NeuroImage 148, 390-402, 2017
A penny for your thoughts! Patterns of fMRI activity reveal the content and the spatial topography of visual mental images
M Boccia, L Piccardi, L Palermo, F Nemmi, V Sulpizio, G Galati, ...
Human Brain Mapping 36 (3), 945-958, 2015
Distributed cognitive maps reflecting real distances between places and views in the human brain
V Sulpizio, G Committeri, G Galati
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8, 716, 2014
Direct and indirect parieto-medial temporal pathways for spatial navigation in humans: evidence from resting-state functional connectivity
M Boccia, V Sulpizio, F Nemmi, C Guariglia, G Galati
Brain Structure and Function 222, 1945-1957, 2017
Age-related effects on spatial memory across viewpoint changes relative to different reference frames
M Montefinese, V Sulpizio, G Galati, G Committeri
Psychological research 79, 687-697, 2015
Neural bases of self‐and object‐motion in a naturalistic vision
S Pitzalis, C Serra, V Sulpizio, G Committeri, F de Pasquale, P Fattori, ...
Human brain mapping 41 (4), 1084-1111, 2020
A common neural substrate for processing scenes and egomotion-compatible visual motion
V Sulpizio, G Galati, P Fattori, C Galletti, S Pitzalis
Brain structure and Function 225 (7), 2091-2110, 2020
I can see where you would be: patterns of fMRI activity reveal imagined landmarks
M Boccia, V Sulpizio, L Palermo, L Piccardi, C Guariglia, G Galati
Neuroimage 144, 174-182, 2017
Functional connectivity between posterior hippocampus and retrosplenial complex predicts individual differences in navigational ability
V Sulpizio, M Boccia, C Guariglia, G Galati
Hippocampus 26 (7), 841-847, 2016
Role of the human retrosplenial cortex/parieto-occipital sulcus in perspective priming
V Sulpizio, G Committeri, S Lambrey, A Berthoz, G Galati
Neuroimage 125, 108-119, 2016
A putative human homologue of the macaque area PEc
S Pitzalis, C Serra, V Sulpizio, S Di Marco, P Fattori, G Galati, C Galletti
Neuroimage 202, 116092, 2019
Egomotion‐related visual areas respond to active leg movements
C Serra, C Galletti, S Di Marco, P Fattori, G Galati, V Sulpizio, S Pitzalis
Human Brain Mapping 40 (11), 3174-3191, 2019
Caloric vestibular stimulation reduces pain and somatoparaphrenia in a severe chronic central post-stroke pain patient: a case study
GF Spitoni, G Pireddu, G Galati, V Sulpizio, S Paolucci, L Pizzamiglio
PloS one 11 (3), e0151213, 2016
Visuospatial transformations and personality: evidence of a relationship between visuospatial perspective taking and self-reported emotional empathy
V Sulpizio, G Committeri, E Metta, S Lambrey, A Berthoz, G Galati
Experimental Brain Research 233, 2091-2102, 2015
Path integration in 3D from visual motion cues: A human fMRI study
I Indovina, V Maffei, E Mazzarella, V Sulpizio, G Galati, F Lacquaniti
NeuroImage 142, 512-521, 2016
Assessing the effective connectivity of premotor areas during real vs imagined grasping: a DCM-PEB approach
F Bencivenga, V Sulpizio, MG Tullo, G Galati
Neuroimage 230, 117806, 2021
The dynamic contribution of the high‐level visual cortex to imagery and perception
M Boccia, V Sulpizio, A Teghil, L Palermo, L Piccardi, G Galati, ...
Human brain mapping 40 (8), 2449-2463, 2019
Preference for locomotion-compatible curved paths and forward direction of self-motion in somatomotor and visual areas
S Di Marco, P Fattori, G Galati, C Galletti, M Lappe, T Maltempo, C Serra, ...
Cortex 137, 74-92, 2021
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