Davide R Mussi

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Recently, the Simon effect (SE) has been observed in social contexts when two individuals share a two-choice task. This joint SE (JSE) has been interpreted as evidence that people co-represent their actions. However, it is still not clear if the JSE is driven by social factors or low-level mechanisms. To address this question, we applied a common paradigm(More)
A study of the relationship between sociodemographic conditions and suicidal risk was conducted on 377 cases of suicide committed in Genoa between 1985 and 1988. We used random subjects among Genoa residents as a control group. Data obtained were analyzed by means of an unconditional logistic regression model. The most interesting result of the study is the(More)
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