Davide Rigoni
Davide Rigoni
Solvay Business School, Vrij Universiteit Brussel
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Inducing disbelief in free will alters brain correlates of preconscious motor preparation: The brain minds whether we believe in free will or not
D Rigoni, S Kühn, G Sartori, M Brass
Psychological science 22 (5), 613-618, 2011
1652011
Reducing self-control by weakening belief in free will
D Rigoni, S Kühn, G Gaudino, G Sartori, M Brass
Consciousness and cognition 21 (3), 1482-1490, 2012
1082012
Imaging volition: what the brain can tell us about the will
M Brass, MT Lynn, J Demanet, D Rigoni
Experimental brain research 229 (3), 301-312, 2013
792013
When people matter more than money: an ERPs study
D Rigoni, D Polezzi, R Rumiati, R Guarino, G Sartori
Brain research bulletin 81 (4-5), 445-452, 2010
702010
When errors do not matter: Weakening belief in intentional control impairs cognitive reaction to errors
D Rigoni, H Wilquin, M Brass, B Burle
Cognition 127 (2), 264-269, 2013
622013
Automatic imitation: A meta-analysis.
E Cracco, L Bardi, C Desmet, O Genschow, D Rigoni, L De Coster, ...
Psychological Bulletin 144 (5), 453, 2018
592018
‘Why should I care?’Challenging free will attenuates neural reaction to errors
D Rigoni, G Pourtois, M Brass
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 10 (2), 262-268, 2015
442015
Free will beliefs predict attitudes toward unethical behavior and criminal punishment
ND Martin, D Rigoni, KD Vohs
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (28), 7325-7330, 2017
422017
Mimicry and automatic imitation are not correlated
O Genschow, S van Den Bossche, E Cracco, L Bardi, D Rigoni, M Brass
PloS one 12 (9), e0183784, 2017
412017
How neuroscience and behavioral genetics improve psychiatric assessment: report on a violent murder case
D Rigoni, S Pellegrini, V Mariotti, A Cozza, A Mechelli, SD Ferrara, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 4, 160, 2010
342010
Belief in free will affects causal attributions when judging others’ behavior
O Genschow, D Rigoni, M Brass
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (38), 10071-10076, 2017
292017
Post-action determinants of the reported time of conscious intentions
D Rigoni, M Brass, G Sartori
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 4, 38, 2010
292010
Top-down modulation of brain activity underlying intentional action and its relationship with awareness of intention: an ERP/Laplacian analysis
D Rigoni, M Brass, C Roger, F Vidal, G Sartori
Experimental brain research 229 (3), 347-357, 2013
272013
The detection and the neural correlates of behavioral (prior) intentions
S Agosta, U Castiello, D Rigoni, S Lionetti, G Sartori
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (12), 3888-3902, 2011
242011
From intentions to neurons: Social and neural consequences of disbelieving in free will
D Rigoni, M Brass
Topoi 33 (1), 5-12, 2014
232014
Attitudes towards end-of-life decisions and the subjective concepts of consciousness: an empirical analysis
L Lotto, A Manfrinati, D Rigoni, R Rumiati, G Sartori, N Birbaumer
PLoS One 7 (2), e31735, 2012
202012
Sensory prediction errors are less modulated by global context in autism spectrum disorder
J Goris, S Braem, AD Nijhof, D Rigoni, E Deschrijver, S Van de Cruys, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 3 (8), 667-674, 2018
132018
What do you believe in? French translation of the FAD-Plus to assess beliefs in free will and determinism and their relationship with religious practices and personality traits
EA Caspar, O Verdin, D Rigoni, A Cleeremans, O Klein
Psychologica Belgica 57 (1), 1, 2017
92017
Happiness in action: the impact of positive affect on the time of the conscious intention to act
D Rigoni, J Demanet, G Sartori
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1307, 2015
92015
The hand of god or the hand of Maradona? Believing in free will increases perceived intentionality of others’ behavior
O Genschow, D Rigoni, M Brass
Consciousness and cognition 70, 80-87, 2019
72019
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