Davide Crepaldi
Davide Crepaldi
Associate Professor in Cognitive Neuroscience, International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA
Verified email at sissa.it
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Morphological processing as we know it: An analytical review of morphological effects in visual word identification
S Amenta, D Crepaldi
Frontiers in psychology 3, 232, 2012
‘Fell’primes ‘fall’, but does ‘bell’prime ‘ball’? Masked priming with irregularly-inflected primes
D Crepaldi, K Rastle, M Coltheart, L Nickels
Journal of memory and language 63 (1), 83-99, 2010
A place for nouns and a place for verbs? A critical review of neurocognitive data on grammatical-class effects
D Crepaldi, M Berlingeri, E Paulesu, C Luzzatti
Brain and language 116 (1), 33-49, 2011
Noun–verb dissociation in aphasia: The role of imageability and functional locus of the lesion
D Crepaldi, S Aggujaro, LS Arduino, G Zonca, G Ghirardi, MG Inzaghi, ...
Neuropsychologia 44 (1), 73-89, 2006
Nouns and verbs in the brain: Grammatical class and task specific effects as revealed by fMRI
M Berlingeri, D Crepaldi, R Roberti, G Scialfa, C Luzzatti, E Paulesu
Cognitive neuropsychology 25 (4), 528-558, 2008
Neuro-anatomical correlates of impaired retrieval of verbs and nouns: Interaction of grammatical class, imageability and actionality
S Aggujaro, D Crepaldi, C Pistarini, M Taricco, C Luzzatti
Journal of Neurolinguistics 19 (3), 175-194, 2006
MultiPic: A standardized set of 750 drawings with norms for six European languages
JA Duņabeitia, D Crepaldi, AS Meyer, B New, C Pliatsikas, E Smolka, ...
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (4), 808-816, 2018
Space and time in the sighted and blind
R Bottini, D Crepaldi, D Casasanto, V Crollen, O Collignon
Cognition 141, 67-72, 2015
Clustering the lexicon in the brain: a meta-analysis of the neurofunctional evidence on noun and verb processing
D Crepaldi, M Berlingeri, I Cattinelli, NA Borghese, C Luzzatti, E Paulesu
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7, 303, 2013
Morphemes in their place: Evidence for position-specific identification of suffixes
D Crepaldi, K Rastle, CJ Davis
Memory & cognition 38 (3), 312-321, 2010
Verb-noun double dissociation in aphasia: theoretical and neuroanatomical foundations
C Luzzatti, S Aggujaro, D Crepaldi
Cortex 42 (6), 875-883, 2006
Seeing stems everywhere: Position-independent identification of stem morphemes.
D Crepaldi, K Rastle, CJ Davis, SJ Lupker
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (2), 510, 2013
Meaning is in the beholder’s eye: Morpho-semantic effects in masked priming
M Marelli, S Amenta, EA Morone, D Crepaldi
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (3), 534-541, 2013
Semantic transparency in free stems: The effect of Orthography-Semantics Consistency on word recognition
M Marelli, S Amenta, D Crepaldi
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (8), 1571-1583, 2015
The fruitless effort of growing a fruitless tree: Early morpho-orthographic and morpho-semantic effects in sentence reading.
S Amenta, M Marelli, D Crepaldi
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (5), 1587, 2015
Head position and the mental representation of nominal compounds: A constituent priming study in Italian
M Marelli, D Crepaldi, C Luzzatti
The Mental Lexicon 4 (3), 430-454, 2009
On nouns, verbs, lexemes, and lemmas: Evidence from the spontaneous speech of seven aphasic patients
D Crepaldi, C Ingignoli, R Verga, A Contardi, C Semenza, C Luzzatti
Aphasiology 25 (1), 71-92, 2011
Masked suffix priming and morpheme positional constraints
D Crepaldi, L Hemsworth, CJ Davis, K Rastle
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (1), 113-128, 2016
Lexical-semantic variables affecting picture and word naming in Chinese: A mixed logit model study in aphasia
D Crepaldi, WC Che, IF Su, C Luzzatti
Behavioural neurology 25 (3), 165-184, 2012
The nature of semantic priming by subliminal spatial words: Embodied or disembodied?
R Bottini, M Bucur, D Crepaldi
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (9), 1160, 2016
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