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Where do bright ideas occur in our brain? Meta-analytic evidence from neuroimaging studies of domain-specific creativity
- M. Boccia, L. Piccardi, L. Palermo, R. Nori, M. Palmiero
- Psychology, BiologyFront. Psychol.
- 11 August 2015
Evidence suggests that creativity relies on multi-componential neural networks and that different creativity domains depend on different brain regions.
Does hemineglect affect visual mental imagery? Imagery deficits in representational and perceptual neglect
- L. Palermo, L. Piccardi, R. Nori, F. Giusberti, C. Guariglia
- Psychology, BiologyCognitive neuropsychology
- 1 March 2010
There is a specific relationship between hemispatial neglect and deficits in visualmental imagery and it is demonstrated that the right hemisphere plays a specific role in visual mental imagery.
The trauma symptom inventory: Italian validation of an instrument for the assessment of post-traumatic symptoms
- E. Gambetti, L. Bensi, R. Nori, F. Giusberti
- Psychology, MedicineEpidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences
- 21 March 2011
The study extended the generalization and validity of TSI and provided some suggestions for eventually revisiting factorial structure of the questionnaire.
The Enhanced Cognitive Interview: A study on the efficacy of shortened variants and single techniques
The superiority of the Enhanced Cognitive Interview (ECI) over standard police interview protocols has been strongly supported. Recently, some authors have underlined the need to develop shorter…
Cognitive Styles: Errors in Directional Judgments
It is hypothesised that landmark and route participants show alignment effects and make, respectively, alignment errors and mirror-image errors, whereas survey participants do not show an alignment effect.
Predicting cognitive styles from spatial abilities.
This work used 9 different spatial tasks to assess spatial abilities in order to predict a person's cognitive style and found that the 9 spatial tasks are able to distinguish different levels of spatial ability.
Perspective changing in primary and secondary learning: A gender difference study
Sex differences in visuospatial and navigational working memory: the role of mood induced by background music
- M. Palmiero, R. Nori, Carmelo Rogolino, S. D'Amico, L. Piccardi
- PsychologyExperimental Brain Research
- 6 April 2016
The results suggest that sex differences in the CBT and WalCT can be better explained by differences in spatial competences rather than by emotional contexts, and that mood cannot fully explain sex Differences in visuospatial and navigational working memory.
Individual Differences in Visuo-Spatial Working Memory and Real-World Wayfinding
The present research investigated the relationship between individual differences in visuo-spatial working memory (VSWM) and wayfinding performance in adults. Forty participants completed a battery…
Creativity Style and Achievements: An Investigation on the Role of Emotional Competence, Individual Differences, and Psychometric Intelligence
Analysis of relationships between psychometric and emotional intelligence and emotional competence across lifespan showed that CSQ-R was significantly predicted by interpersonal emotional competence and marginally by educational level and intrapersonal emotional competence; on the other hand, the CAQ score was significant predicted by gender, age, and composite IQ.