TURATI, CHIARA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 10.282
EU - Europa 5.847
AS - Asia 1.482
SA - Sud America 19
OC - Oceania 12
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 6
AF - Africa 4
Totale 17.652
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 10.104
IT - Italia 2.213
CN - Cina 813
SE - Svezia 777
DE - Germania 776
IE - Irlanda 521
UA - Ucraina 473
GB - Regno Unito 302
HK - Hong Kong 265
CA - Canada 173
AT - Austria 159
VN - Vietnam 156
FR - Francia 151
FI - Finlandia 132
DK - Danimarca 117
TR - Turchia 73
RU - Federazione Russa 67
IN - India 58
BE - Belgio 51
JP - Giappone 34
NL - Olanda 31
SG - Singapore 31
KR - Corea 25
ES - Italia 18
HU - Ungheria 15
CL - Cile 11
AU - Australia 10
IR - Iran 10
PL - Polonia 10
CH - Svizzera 8
GR - Grecia 6
RO - Romania 6
BG - Bulgaria 5
BR - Brasile 5
IL - Israele 5
EU - Europa 4
MX - Messico 4
BD - Bangladesh 3
SC - Seychelles 3
SM - San Marino 3
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 2
LU - Lussemburgo 2
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 2
TW - Taiwan 2
A1 - Anonimo 1
A2 - ???statistics.table.value.countryCode.A2??? 1
CO - Colombia 1
EC - Ecuador 1
ID - Indonesia 1
JO - Giordania 1
LT - Lituania 1
MC - Monaco 1
MN - Mongolia 1
NI - Nicaragua 1
NO - Norvegia 1
PE - Perù 1
PH - Filippine 1
PT - Portogallo 1
TH - Thailandia 1
ZA - Sudafrica 1
Totale 17.652
Città #
Ann Arbor 2.821
Woodbridge 945
Chandler 780
Fairfield 697
Houston 627
Milan 617
Frankfurt am Main 548
Wilmington 536
Jacksonville 531
Dublin 503
Ashburn 421
Dearborn 394
Seattle 294
New York 272
Hong Kong 260
Cambridge 242
Princeton 234
Nanjing 170
Vienna 157
Shanghai 114
Dong Ket 102
Altamura 89
Lachine 86
Lawrence 75
Beijing 71
Boardman 66
Guangzhou 60
Rome 50
Brussels 48
San Diego 46
Andover 43
Nanchang 43
Padova 43
Toronto 42
Bologna 36
Brescia 36
Helsinki 33
Pune 30
Hebei 27
Shenyang 27
Norwalk 25
Kunming 24
London 24
Jiaxing 23
Redmond 23
Turin 22
Changsha 21
Los Angeles 20
Monza 20
Hangzhou 19
Jinan 19
Parma 18
Sacramento 18
Tianjin 18
Falls Church 17
Modena 16
Edmonton 15
Huizen 15
Lozza 15
Monmouth Junction 15
Nardò 15
Kiev 14
Leawood 14
Philadelphia 14
Seriate 14
Zhengzhou 14
Bari 13
Como 13
Hefei 13
Varese 13
Budapest 12
Fremont 12
Paris 12
Vigevano 12
Pavia 11
Segrate 11
Trento 11
Verona 11
Florence 10
Ottawa 10
Palermo 10
Washington 10
Ningbo 9
Rho 9
University Park 9
Vicenza 9
Bergamo 8
Changchun 8
Daejeon 8
Istanbul 8
La Rochelle 8
Napoli 8
Pisogne 8
Torino 8
Dallas 7
La Garenne-Colombes 7
Lanzhou 7
Lissone 7
Magenta 7
Reggio Nell'emilia 7
Totale 13.014
Nome #
Promuovere lo sviluppo della mente 463
The Development of a Cross-Modal Sense of Body Ownership 320
The nature and emotional valence of a prime influences the processing of emotional faces in adults and children 305
Dynamic facial expressions of emotions are discriminated at birth 298
Multisensory motion perception in 3-4 month-old infants 294
Sibling experience prevents neural tuning to adult faces in 10-month-old infants 277
Intersensory redundancy promotes visual rhythm discrimination in visually impaired infants 270
Skin conductance reveals the early development of the unconscious processing of emotions 265
The interference effect of emotional expressions on facial identity recognition in preschool-aged children 263
Emotion in motion: Facial dynamics affect infants' neural processing of emotions 260
Human action sounds elicit sensorimotor activation early in life 255
Observation of the point-light animation of a grasping hand activates sensorimotor cortex in nine-month-old infants 252
Action priming with biomechanically possible and impossible grasps: ERP evidence from 6-month-old infants 243
Many faces, one rule: the role of perceptual expertise in infants' sequential rule learning 239
Infants' Visual Recognition of Pincer Grip Emerges Between 9 and 12 Months of Age 231
Altered bodily self-consciousness in multiple sclerosis 209
Automatic imitation in youngsters with Gilles de la Tourette syndrome: A behavioral study 202
Subliminal affective priming changes the 'feeling' towards neutral objects in infancy 200
Predicting others’ intention involves motor resonance: EMGevidence from 6- and 9-month-old infants 195
The Processing of Others' Touch Early in Human Development 193
Emotional facial expressions affect visual rule learning in 7- to 8-month-old infants 189
Newborns face recognition is based on spatial frequencies below 0.5 cycles per degree 186
Can a nonspecific bias toward top-heavy patterns explain newborns' face preference? 182
The role of rigid motion in newborns’ face recognition 179
Mirror-touch experiences in the infant brain 177
Three-year-olds' rapid facial electromyographic responses to emotional facial expressions and body postures 175
‘I see you sharing, thus I share with you’: indirect reciprocity in toddlers but not infants 172
L’effetto di un’espressione felice o di paura sull’abilità di riconoscere un volto a tre mesi di vita 171
The early development of human mirror mechanisms: evidence from electromyographic recordings at 3 and 6 months 170
Electrophysiological correlates of action observation treatment in children with cerebral palsy: A pilot study 170
How face specialization emerges in the first months of life 169
Holistic processing for faces and cars in preschool-aged children and adults: Evidence from the composite effect 167
Discrimination of Biomechanically Possible and Impossible Hand Movements at Birth 166
Newborns’ early attuning to hand-to-mouth coordinated actions 165
Newborns' local processing in schematic facelike configurations 165
Newborns' face recognition: role of inner and outer facial features 164
Face perception and recognition 164
Past and present experiences with maternal touch affect infants’ attention toward emotional faces 164
Three-month-olds' visual preference for faces and its underlying visual processing mechanisms 161
Sensitivity to spacing changes in faces and non-face objects in preschool-aged children and adults 160
Motor learning in unilateral cerebral palsy and the influence of corticospinal tract reorganization 158
Newborns’ ability to match non-speech audio-visual information in the absence of temporal synchrony 154
You smile, I smile with you. The observation of a happy facial expression activates sensorimotor areas in 7-month-old infants 152
Lo sviluppo percettivo e motorio 150
By the sound of it. An ERP investigation of human action sound processing in 7-month-old infants 149
Newborns' preference for up-down asymmetrical configurations 148
Binding actions and emotions in the infant’s brain 148
Do infants represent human actions cross-modally? An ERP visual-auditory priming study 148
Newborns’ memory processes: A study on the effects of retroactive interference and repetition priming 147
Positive, but not negative, facial expressions facilitate 3-month-olds’ recognition of an individual face 146
Newborns’ face recognition over changes in viewpoint 145
Shifts of attention triggered by biomechanically possible and impossible hand grasping: ERP evidence from 6-month-old infants 144
Effect of partial occlusion on newborns’ face preference and recognition 143
The origins of face perception: specific vs non-specific mechanisms 142
The effect of inversion on 3-to-5-year-old children recognition of face and non face visual objects 140
Social context influences infants’ ability to extract statistical information from a sequence of gestures 139
Origins and development of mirroring mechanisms: A neuroconstructivist framework 138
How a hat may affect 3-month-olds' recognition of a face: an eye-tracking study 137
Discrimination of dynamic facial expressions in newborns 137
Discrimination of dynamic facial expressions in newborns 137
L'organizzazione percettiva alla nascita: modalità di elaborazione analitica e globale 136
The role of facial emotional expression in 3-month-old recognition of an individual face 136
The origins of visual perception of touch. 136
Newborns’ early ability to match non-speech sounds and facial movements 135
Seeing touches early in life 134
Mente e corpo nello sviluppo 133
The emergence of cognitive specialization in infancy: The case of face preference 133
A Smile Enhances 3-Month-Olds’ Recognition of an Individual Face 132
The development of spontaneous facial responses to others' emotions in infancy: An EMG study 132
Neural time course of pain observation in infancy 132
Face detection in complex visual displays: An eye tracking study with 3- and 6-month-old infants and adults 131
Non-specific perceptual biases at the origins of face processing 130
Number Versus Extent in Newborns' Spontaneous Preference for Collections of Dots 130
Visual perception of human touch early in life 125
Le espressioni emotive hanno un effetto di interferenza sul riconoscimento dell'identità di un volto in età prescolare 122
Il riconoscimento del volto alla nascita 121
Metodi per la valutazione delle differenze individuali nei processi attentivi nel primo anno di vita 119
Discriminazione tra un movimento possibile e impossibile della mano alla nascita: integrazione tra rappresentazione motoria e visiva 118
Culture shapes 7-month-olds’ perceptual strategies in discriminating facial expressions of emotion 117
Sequential learning of emotional faces is statistical at 12 months of age 117
Audio-visual, visuo-tactile and audio-tactile correspondences in preschoolers 116
The effect of biomechanical properties of motion on infants' perception of goal-directed grasping actions 115
Decoding functional brain networks through graph measures in infancy: The case of emotional faces 115
Lo sviluppo dell’abilita’ di comprendere le azioni altrui nella prima infanzia: un’indagine attraverso il metodo dell’elettromiografia di superficie. 114
The origins and development of mirror neuron system in humans: an EMG study with 3- and 6-month-old infants. 114
Newborns’ perception of left-right spatial relationship 112
Why Faces Are Not Special to Newborns: An Alternative Account of the Face Preference 109
Newborns differentiate between possible and impossible movements. 109
Biomechanically possible and impossible hand movements: Do neonates discriminate? 107
Investigating the ontogeny of the Mirror Neuron System: an EMG study with 6- and 9-month-old infants 106
Il sistema di neuroni specchio nei bambini di 6 mesi di vita: Uno studio sulla comprensione delle azioni attraverso misiure neurofisiologiche 104
Three-month-old infants’ representation of a face: How is it vulnerable to the effect of an extraneous add-on element - a hat? 100
Why faces are not special to newborns: An alternative account of the face preference 99
L’organizzazione della percezione visiva alla nascita 99
Three and 4 year-old children's sensitivity to the spacing among features in faces and cars 99
The development of configural face processing in preschool-aged children: Is the inversion effect specific for faces? 99
Emotion understanding in profoundly deaf children 96
Evidence of the face-inversion effect in 4-month-old infants 95
Newborns’ preference and recognition of partly-occluded faces 95
Infants’ neural correlates of human action sounds: an event related potential study 95
Totale 16.219
Categoria #
all - tutte 50.795
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 50.795


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019457 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 216 241
2019/20203.138 359 203 236 227 283 387 415 222 283 202 253 68
2020/20213.238 145 127 320 312 329 289 295 280 287 314 199 341
2021/20222.123 212 217 252 215 107 159 86 113 157 148 142 315
2022/20233.331 389 819 351 245 264 434 105 179 209 56 133 147
2023/20242.334 113 83 142 254 314 570 332 121 250 120 35 0
Totale 18.542