CAMPANA, GIANLUCA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 5.739
EU - Europa 670
AS - Asia 460
AF - Africa 4
SA - Sud America 4
OC - Oceania 2
Totale 6.879
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 5.731
CN - Cina 351
IT - Italia 175
FI - Finlandia 127
DE - Germania 106
UA - Ucraina 85
SE - Svezia 60
SG - Singapore 59
GB - Regno Unito 53
IE - Irlanda 22
FR - Francia 14
VN - Vietnam 11
BE - Belgio 9
TW - Taiwan 9
CA - Canada 8
HK - Hong Kong 8
IN - India 8
ES - Italia 6
NL - Olanda 6
BR - Brasile 4
ZA - Sudafrica 4
AE - Emirati Arabi Uniti 3
IL - Israele 3
KR - Corea 3
IS - Islanda 2
JP - Giappone 2
RU - Federazione Russa 2
TR - Turchia 2
AU - Australia 1
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 1
GR - Grecia 1
IR - Iran 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 1
Totale 6.879
Città #
Fairfield 987
Woodbridge 721
Houston 597
Ann Arbor 424
Jacksonville 393
Ashburn 360
Seattle 332
Wilmington 323
Cambridge 309
Chandler 276
Princeton 156
San Diego 101
Beijing 81
Medford 78
Padova 63
Guangzhou 59
Nanjing 57
Roxbury 52
Singapore 40
Des Moines 39
Helsinki 39
Boardman 33
Shenyang 21
Shanghai 20
Dublin 19
Nanchang 18
Norwalk 18
Changsha 15
Hebei 15
New York 15
Jinan 12
Dong Ket 11
Jiaxing 10
London 10
Rovigo 10
Tianjin 9
Borås 8
Taipei 8
Brendola 7
Falls Church 6
Hong Kong 6
Leuven 6
Los Angeles 6
Milan 6
Haikou 5
Kharkiv 5
Ogden 5
Paris 5
Phoenix 5
Tappahannock 5
Hangzhou 4
Johannesburg 4
Kilburn 4
Prescot 4
Sona 4
São Paulo 4
Atlanta 3
Brussels 3
Cazzano Sant'Andrea 3
Fayetteville 3
Hounslow 3
Indiana 3
Montreal 3
Newcastle Upon Tyne 3
Ningbo 3
Oldenburg 3
Orange 3
Rome 3
Salford 3
Taizhou 3
Yellow Springs 3
Acton 2
Auburn Hills 2
Barcelona 2
Bari 2
Bengaluru 2
Bologna 2
Chicago 2
Chiswick 2
Columbus 2
Costa Mesa 2
Gallipoli 2
Halifax 2
Hanover 2
Istanbul 2
Lappeenranta 2
Madrid 2
Mantova 2
Mondaino 2
Parkland 2
Pescia 2
Ranchi 2
Redmond 2
Reykjavik 2
Rotterdam 2
Sassari 2
Sciacca 2
Tel Aviv 2
Trento 2
Verona 2
Totale 5.933
Nome #
Transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS): a wide range of frequencies is needed for increasing cortical excitability 132
The effect of experience and of dots’ density and duration on the detection of coherent motion in dogs 130
Probing the involvement of the earliest levels of cortical processing in motion extrapolation with rapid forms of visual motion priming and adaptation 129
Differential effects of high-frequency transcranial random noise stimulation (hf-tRNS) on contrast sensitivity and visual acuity when combined with a short perceptual training in adults with amblyopia 127
Modulatory mechanisms underlying high-frequency transcranial random noise stimulation (hf-tRNS): A combined stochastic resonance and equivalent noise approach 114
Long-term effects of MDMA (ecstasy) on the human central nervous system revealed by visual evoked potentials 107
Left frontal eye field remembers "where" but not "what" 106
Visual Area V5/MT Remembers "What" but Not "Where" 105
Perceptual learning modulates electrophysiological and psychophysical response to visual texture segmentation in Humans 103
The origin of the audiovisual bounce inducing effect: A TMS study. 101
Common (and multiple) neural substrates for static and dynamic motion after-effects: a rTMS investigation. 100
Building ensemble representations: How the shape of preceding distractor distributions affects visual search 100
Representing Color Ensembles 95
Cortical interactions in vision and awareness: hierarchies in reverse 94
Attention modulates psychophysical and electrophysiological response to visual texture segmentation in humans 94
Learning in combined-feature search: specificity to orientation 94
The motion aftereffect reloaded 94
The role of human extra-striate visual areas V5/MT and V2/V3 in the perception of the direction of global motion: a transcranial magnetic stimulation study 92
Rapid learning of visual ensembles 91
Rapid response to dexamethasone intravitreal implant in diabetic macular edema 91
Priming of motion direction and area V5/MT: a test of perceptual memory 90
Stimulus-specific dynamics of learning in conjunction search tasks 90
Visual area V5/MT "remembers" what, not where 84
Editorial: Improving visual deficits with perceptual learning 84
Interactions between motion and form processing in the human visual system 83
Learning features in a complex and changing environment: A distribution-based framework for visual attention and vision in general 83
Implied motion from static photographs influences the perceived position of stationary objects 83
Detection of first- and second-order coherent motion in blindsight 81
The temporal course of recovery from brief (sub-second) adaptations to spatial contrast 81
Improving visual functions in adult amblyopia with combined perceptual training and transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS): a pilot study 81
Specificities of learning in combined-feature search: implications for underlying coding mechanisms 79
Opposite effects of high-and low-frequency transcranial random noise stimulation probed with visual motion adaptation 79
A single case study of Stargardt distrophy: evidence for cortical plasticity 77
The effect of spatial orientation on detecting motion trajectories in noise 77
Experience enhances texture saliency by reducing behavioural and cortical responses to irrelevant texture features 75
Perceptual grouping factors compete for salience 75
Improving myopia via perceptual learning: is training with lateral masking the only (or the most) efficacious technique? 75
Psychophysical and electrophysiological evidence of independent facilitation by collinearity and similarity in texture grouping and segmentation. 74
Dogs are not better than humans at detecting coherent motion 74
Opposing roles of sensory and parietal cortices in awareness in a bistable motion illusion. 73
TMS reveals flexible use of form and motion cues in biological motion perception 73
Segmentation by single and combined features involves different contextual influences 72
Illusory contours over pathological retinal scotomas 71
Improvement of uncorrected visual acuity and contrast sensitivity with perceptual learning and transcranial random noise stimulation in individuals with mild myopia 69
Sleep and time course of consolidation of visual discrimination skills in patients with narcolepsy-cataplexy 68
The role of high-level visual areas in short- and longer-lasting forms of neural plasticity 67
Contrast colour and contrast colour from flicker 66
Meccanismi di apprendimento rapido nella discriminazione di contorni illusori 66
Repetition effects of features and spatial position: evidence for dissociable mechanisms 66
Hyper-vision in a patient with central and paracentral vision loss reflects cortical reorganisation 66
Attention has memory: Priming for the size of attentional focus. 65
Illusory speed is retained in memory during invisible motion 64
The neural basis of form and form-motion integration from static and dynamic translational Glass patterns: A rTMS investigation 64
The fastest (and simplest), the earliest: the locus of processing of rapid forms of motion aftereffect 64
The application of online transcranial random noise stimulation and perceptual learning in the improvement of visual functions in mild myopia 63
Separate motion-detecting mechanisms for first- and second-order patterns revealed by rapid forms of visual motion priming and motion aftereffect 62
Reducing crowding by weakening inhibitory lateral interactions in the periphery with perceptual learning 62
GLOBAL MOTION DETECTION IN DOGS (CANIS FAMILIARIS) 62
Set size manipulations reveal the boundary conditions of perceptual ensemble learning 60
The principle of good continuation in space and time can guide visual search in the absence of spatial priming or contextual cueing 58
Reducing crowding by weakening inhibitory lateral interactions in the periphery with perceptual learning 58
Priming of first- and second-order motion: mechanisms and neural substrates 57
Segmentation by single and combined features involves different contextual influences 55
Rapid forms of visual motion priming and motion aftereffects have similar time course but different neural substrates in first- and second-order motion 54
Hyper-vision in a patient with central and paracentral visual loss 54
Effects of priming in texture segmentation 53
The neural basis of implicit short-term memory: TMS investigations of visual priming 52
Specificity and generalisation of perceptual learning in combined-features search tasks 52
Human evoked potentials correlates of segregative and aggregative mechanisms of perceptual organisation with and without attention 51
Where perception meets memory: A review ofrepetition priming in visual search tasks 49
Speech Fluency Improvement in Developmental Stuttering Using Non-invasive Brain Stimulation: Insights From Available Evidence 49
Separate motion-detecting mechanisms for first- and second-order patterns revealed by rapid forms of visual motion priming and motion aftereffect. 49
Interaction between facilitation and inhibition of return facilitates visual search 47
Interazioni contestuali su compito di segmentazione di un bordo di tessitura 46
The Neural Basis of Implicit Short-Term Memory: TMSInvestigations of Visual Priming. 46
Spatial interactions in simple and combined feature visual search 44
Probabilistic rejection templates in visual working memory 44
Cognitive exergame training and transcranial random noise stimulation effects on executive control in healthy young adults 44
Mask interrupts texture segregation but not grouping processes 43
Vision and attention: electrophysiological evidence of the role of training in human observers 42
Minnesotha Multiphasic Personality Inventory - 2: un programma per la somministrazione ed elaborazione automatizzata dei punteggi 40
Awareness in Primary Visual Cortex 39
The principle of good continuation in space and time can guide visual search in the absence of priming and contextual cues 39
Two mechanisms for detecting spatial contours defined by motion 39
Learning of combined-features search: specificity of stimulus charactheristics 39
The role of high-level visual areas in short- and long-lasting forms of neural plasticity 39
The neural mechanisms underlying directional and apparent circular motion assessed with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) 37
Simple and combined features visual search: the effects of spatial interactions 35
The involvement of early visual areas in the storage of motion aftereffect: A TMS study 34
Whitin-object conjunction visual search: evidence for grouping and binding before and after practice 34
DOMHO: Internet of Things for Ambient Assisted Co-housing 32
Visual Memory 32
Attentional modulation of visual search depends on the relation between eccentricity and spatial interactions 32
Gestalt's principles in the brain: left frontal eye field and the rule of good continuation 32
Human evoked potentials during perceptual segmentation of a texture defined bar with and without attention 29
Does physical exercise and congruent visual stimulation enhance perceptual learning? 29
Investigating the interaction between form and motion processing: a review of basic research and clinical evidence 28
Reading Efficacy Enhancement in Adults with Dyslexia: the Combination of Action Video Games and Parietal tRNS. 26
Priming for motion direction with first- and second-order stimuli 26
Contributo delle aree V5/MT e parietale posteriore nel priming per la direzione di movimento e posizione spaziale: uno studio con TMS 25
Totale 6.660
Categoria #
all - tutte 26.682
article - articoli 23.262
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 902
Totale 50.846


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019217 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 217
2019/20201.518 235 47 22 120 152 126 145 168 150 183 99 71
2020/2021946 35 74 65 79 28 69 28 116 157 130 122 43
2021/20221.231 8 148 206 95 41 40 34 180 61 26 149 243
2022/2023762 188 12 7 63 143 99 5 70 93 9 60 13
2023/2024525 27 59 60 47 29 24 30 35 45 84 74 11
Totale 6.951