Maria Montefinese
Maria Montefinese
Independent Postdoc Fellow, Dept. General Psychology, University of Padua
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The adaptation of the affective norms for English words (ANEW) for Italian
M Montefinese, E Ambrosini, B Fairfield, N Mammarella
Behavior research methods 46 (3), 887-903, 2014
1712014
The “subjective” pupil old/new effect: Is the truth plain to see?
M Montefinese, E Ambrosini, B Fairfield, N Mammarella
International Journal of Psychophysiology 89 (1), 48-56, 2013
782013
Semantic similarity between old and new items produces false alarms in recognition memory
M Montefinese, GD Zannino, E Ambrosini
Psychological research 79 (5), 785-794, 2015
692015
Semantic memory: A feature-based analysis and new norms for Italian
M Montefinese, E Ambrosini, B Fairfield, N Mammarella
Behavior research methods 45 (2), 440-461, 2013
522013
Semantic representation of abstract and concrete words: A minireview of neural evidence
M Montefinese
Journal of neurophysiology 121 (5), 1585-1587, 2019
462019
Semantic significance: a new measure of feature salience
M Montefinese, E Ambrosini, B Fairfield, N Mammarella
Memory & cognition 42 (3), 355-369, 2014
312014
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 (4), 687-697, 2015
292015
Affective norms for Italian words in older adults: age differences in ratings of valence, arousal and dominance
B Fairfield, E Ambrosini, N Mammarella, M Montefinese
PloS one 12 (1), e0169472, 2017
242017
Recognition memory and featural similarity between concepts: the pupil’s point of view
M Montefinese, D Vinson, E Ambrosini
Biological Psychology 135, 159–169., 2018
182018
Italian age of acquisition norms for a large set of words (ItAoA)
M Montefinese, D Vinson, G Vigliocco, E Ambrosini
Frontiers in psychology 10, 278, 2019
142019
Causal role of the posterior parietal cortex for two-digit mental subtraction and addition: A repetitive TMS study
M Montefinese, C Turco, F Piccione, C Semenza
NeuroImage 155, 72-81, 2017
142017
Can the humped animal's knee conceal its name? Commentary on:“The roles of shared vs. distinctive conceptual features in lexical access”
M Montefinese, D Vinson
Frontiers in psychology 6, 418, 2015
92015
Functional specificity of the locus coeruleus-norepinephrine system in the attentional networks
E Ambrosini, R Vastano, M Montefinese, M Ciavarro
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 7, 201, 2013
92013
Erratum to: Semantic memory: A feature-based analysis and new norms for Italian.
M Montefinese, E Ambrosini, B Fairfield, N Mammarella
Springer, 2013
82013
Core features: measures and characterization for different languages
L Vivas, M Montefinese, M Bolognesi, J Vivas
Cognitive processing 21 (4), 651-667, 2020
72020
No grammatical gender effect on affective ratings: evidence from Italian and German languages
M Montefinese, E Ambrosini, E Roivainen
Cognition and Emotion 33 (4), 848-854, 2019
72019
What is the right place for atypical exemplars? Commentary: The right hemisphere contribution to semantic categorization: a TMS study
M Montefinese, M Ciavarro, E Ambrosini
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1349, 2015
72015
A practical primer on processing semantic property norm data
EM Buchanan, S De Deyne, M Montefinese
Cognitive processing 21 (4), 587-599, 2020
52020
CONCRETEXT@ EVALITA2020: The concreteness in context task
L Gregori, M Montefinese, DP Radicioni, AA Ravelli, R Varvara
Proceedings of the 7th evaluation campaign of Natural Language Processing …, 2020
42020
Catching the intangible: a role for emotion?
M Montefinese, E Ambrosini, A Visalli, D Vinson
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 43, 2020
42020
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