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Lara Bardi
Lara Bardi
CNRS, Lyon, France
Verified email at isc.cnrs.fr
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Biological motion preference in humans at birth: Role of dynamic and configural properties
L Bardi, L Regolin, F Simion
Developmental science 14 (2), 353-359, 2011
2072011
Automatic imitation: A meta-analysis.
E Cracco, L Bardi, C Desmet, O Genschow, D Rigoni, L De Coster, ...
Psychological Bulletin 144 (5), 453, 2018
1892018
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
1062017
The processing of social stimuli in early infancy: from faces to biological motion perception
F Simion, E Di Giorgio, I Leo, L Bardi
Progress in brain research 189, 173-193, 2011
952011
The first time ever I saw your feet: Inversion effect in newborns’ sensitivity to biological motion.
L Bardi, L Regolin, F Simion
Developmental psychology 50 (4), 986, 2014
852014
Holistic face processing in newborns, 3‐month‐old infants, and adults: Evidence from the composite face effect
C Turati, E Di Giorgio, L Bardi, F Simion
Child development 81 (6), 1894-1905, 2010
722010
The role of the right temporoparietal junction in the elicitation of vicarious experiences and detection accuracy while observing pain and touch.
GL Vandenbroucke Sophie, Bardi Lara, Lamm Claus
Experimental Brain Research 234 (4), 1019-32, 2016
68*2016
Brain activation for spontaneous and explicit false belief tasks overlaps: new fMRI evidence on belief processing and violation of expectation
L Bardi, C Desmet, A Nijhof, JR Wiersema, M Brass
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 12 (3), 391-400, 2017
622017
Defining the neural correlates of spontaneous theory of mind (ToM): An fMRI multi-study investigation
S Boccadoro, E Cracco, AR Hudson, L Bardi, AD Nijhof, JR Wiersema, ...
NeuroImage 203, 116193, 2019
552019
Repetitive TMS of the temporo-parietal junction disrupts participant’s expectations in a spontaneous Theory of Mind task
L Bardi, P Six, M Brass
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 12 (11), 1775-1782, 2017
532017
Understanding time perception through non-invasive brain stimulation techniques: A review of studies
G Mioni, S Grondin, L Bardi, F Stablum
Behavioural brain research 377, 112232, 2020
522020
Brain activity for spontaneous and explicit mentalizing in adults with autism spectrum disorder: An fMRI study
AD Nijhof, L Bardi, M Brass, JR Wiersema
NeuroImage: Clinical 18, 475-484, 2018
492018
Measuring mentalizing ability: A within-subject comparison between an explicit and implicit version of a ball detection task
AD Nijhof, M Brass, L Bardi, JR Wiersema
PloS one 11 (10), e0164373, 2016
462016
Direct current stimulation (tDCS) reveals parietal asymmetry in local/global and salience-based selection
L Bardi, R Kanai, D Mapelli, V Walsh
Cortex 49 (3), 850-860, 2013
432013
Neuropsychological profile in a large group of heart transplant candidates
D Mapelli, L Bardi, M Mojoli, B Volpe, G Gerosa, P Amodio, L Daliento
PloS one 6 (12), e28313, 2011
382011
Eliminating mirror responses by instructions
L Bardi, C Bundt, W Notebaert, M Brass
Cortex 70, 128-136, 2015
372015
Timing spatial conflict within the parietal cortex: a TMS study
S Schiff, L Bardi, D Basso, D Mapelli
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (12), 3998-4007, 2011
342011
Measuring spontaneous mentalizing with a ball detection task: putting the attention-check hypothesis by Phillips and colleagues (2015) to the test
R El Kaddouri, L Bardi, D De Bremaeker, M Brass, JR Wiersema
Psychological Research 84 (6), 1749-1757, 2020
332020
TPJ-M1 interaction in the control of shared representations: New insights from tDCS and TMS combined
L Bardi, D Gheza, M Brass
NeuroImage 146, 734-740, 2017
322017
The role of stimulus-driven versus goal-directed processes in fight and flight tendencies measured with motor evoked potentials induced by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
A Moors, C Fini, T Everaert, L Bardi, E Bossuyt, P Kuppens, M Brass
PloS one 14 (5), e0217266, 2019
272019
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