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  1. Classical paintings may trigger pain and pleasure in the gendered bra…

    de Gelder, B., Watson, R., Zhan, M., Diano, M., Tamietto, M., & Vaessen, M. J. (2018). Classical paintings may trigger pain and pleasure in the gendered brain. Cortex, 109, 171-180.
  2. Amygdala response to emotional stimuli without awareness - Facts and …

    Diano, M., Celeghin, A., Bagnis, A., & Tamietto, M. (2017). Amygdala response to emotional stimuli without awareness: Facts and Interpretations. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, [2029].
  3. Basic emotions in human neuroscience - Neuroimaging and beyond

    Celeghin, A., Diano, M., Bagnis, A., Viola, M., & Tamietto, M. (2017). Basic emotions in human neuroscience: Neuroimaging and beyond. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, [1432].
  4. Intact hemisphere and corpus callosum compensate for visuomotor funct…

    Celeghin, A., Diano, M., De Gelder, B., Weiskrantz, L., Marzi, C. A., & Tamietto, M. (2017). Intact hemisphere and corpus callosum compensate for visuomotor functions after early visual cortex damage. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS), 114(48), E10475–E10483.
  5. Dynamic changes in amygdala psychophysiological connectivity reveal d…

    Diano, M., Tamietto, M., Celeghin, A., Weiskrantz, L., Tatu, M-K., Bagnis, A., ... Costa, T. (2017). Dynamic changes in amygdala psychophysiological connectivity reveal distinct neural networks for facial expressions of basic emotions. Scientific Reports, 7, [45260].

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