Cristina Iani
Cristina Iani
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The Simon effect occurs relative to the direction of an attention shift.
S Rubichi, R Nicoletti, C Iani, C Umiltà
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 23 (5 …, 1997
1791997
Epidemiological aspects and psychological reactions to COVID-19 of dental practitioners in the Northern Italy Districts of Modena and Reggio Emilia
U Consolo, P Bellini, D Bencivenni, C Iani, V Checchi
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (10), 3459, 2020
1432020
Simon-like and functional affordance effects with tools: The effects of object perceptual discrimination and object action state
A Pellicano, C Iani, AM Borghi, S Rubichi, R Nicoletti
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (11), 2190-2201, 2010
1342010
Effects of task difficulty and invested mental effort on peripheral vasoconstriction
C Iani, D Gopher, P Lavie
Psychophysiology 41 (5), 789-798, 2004
1152004
The role of group membership on the modulation of joint action
C Iani, F Anelli, R Nicoletti, L Arcuri, S Rubichi
Experimental Brain Research 211 (3-4), 439, 2011
952011
The role of attention in the occurrence of the affordance effect
L Riggio, C Iani, E Gherri, F Benatti, S Rubichi, R Nicoletti
Acta psychologica 127 (2), 449-458, 2008
812008
Factors affecting task management in aviation
C Iani, CD Wickens
Human factors 49 (1), 16-24, 2007
792007
Hypnotic suggestion modulates cognitive conflict: the case of the flanker compatibility effect
C Iani, F Ricci, E Gherri, S Rubichi
Psychological Science 17 (8), 721-727, 2006
702006
On the relationship between affordance and Simon effects: Are the effects really independent?
C Iani, G Baroni, A Pellicano, R Nicoletti
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 23 (1), 121-131, 2011
682011
Shared learning shapes human performance: transfer effects in task sharing
N Milanese, C Iani, S Rubichi
Cognition 116 (1), 15-22, 2010
662010
Co-occurrence of sequential and practice effects in the Simon task: Evidence for two independent mechanisms affecting response selection
C Iani, S Rubichi, E Gherri, R Nicoletti
Memory & cognition 37 (3), 358-367, 2009
602009
Attention control and susceptibility to hypnosis
C Iani, F Ricci, G Baroni, S Rubichi
Consciousness and Cognition 18 (4), 856-863, 2009
582009
Contextual determinants of the social-transfer-of-learning effect
N Milanese, C Iani, N Sebanz, S Rubichi
Experimental brain research 211 (3-4), 415, 2011
392011
Shifting attention between objects
C Iani, R Nicoletti, S Rubichi, C Umiltà
Cognitive Brain Research 11 (1), 157-164, 2001
372001
Response inhibition and adaptations to response conflict in 6-to 8-year-old children: Evidence from the Simon effect
C Iani, G Stella, S Rubichi
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76 (4), 1234-1241, 2014
342014
Facilitation and interference components in the joint Simon task
L Ferraro, C Iani, M Mariani, N Milanese, S Rubichi
Experimental Brain Research 211 (3-4), 337, 2011
332011
Look what I am doing: does observational learning take place in evocative task-sharing situations?
L Ferraro, C Iani, M Mariani, R Nicoletti, V Gallese, S Rubichi
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e43311, 2012
272012
Between-task transfer of learning from spatial compatibility to a color Stroop task
M Marini, C Iani, R Nicoletti, S Rubichi
Experimental Psychology, 2011
252011
Observational learning without a model is influenced by the observer’s possibility to act: evidence from the Simon task
C Iani, S Rubichi, L Ferraro, R Nicoletti, V Gallese
Cognition 128 (1), 26-34, 2013
242013
The carry-over effect of competition in task-sharing: Evidence from the joint Simon task
C Iani, F Anelli, R Nicoletti, S Rubichi
PloS one 9 (6), e97991, 2014
232014
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