Anna M. Borghi
Anna M. Borghi
Associate Professor of Psychology, Sapienza University of Rome and ISTC-CNR, Rome
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Embodied cognition and beyond: Acting and sensing the body
AM Borghi, F Cimatti
Neuropsychologia 48 (3), 763-773, 2010
Putting words in perspective
AM Borghi, AM Glenberg, MP Kaschak
Memory & Cognition 32 (6), 863-873, 2004
Grasping language–a short story on embodiment
D Jirak, MM Menz, G Buccino, AM Borghi, F Binkofski
Consciousness and cognition 19 (3), 711-720, 2010
Theories and computational models of affordance and mirror systems: An integrative review
S Thill, D Caligiore, AM Borghi, T Ziemke, G Baldassarre
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 37, 491-521, 2013
Object concepts and action
AM Borghi
Pecher & Zwaan (Eds.). Grounding cognition: The role of perception and …, 2005
Sentence comprehension and simulation of object temporary, canonical and stable affordances
AM Borghi, L Riggio
Brain Research 1253, 117-128, 2009
Sentence comprehension and action: Effector specific modulation of the motor system
C Scorolli, AM Borghi
Brain research 1130, 119-124, 2007
TRoPICALS: A computational embodied neuroscience model of experiments on compatibility effects
D Caligiore, AM Borghi, D Parisi, G Baldassarre
Psychological Review, 2010
Words as social tools: An embodied view on abstract concepts
AM Borghi, F Binkofski
Springer New York, 2014
The challenge of abstract concepts
AM Borghi, F Binkofski, C Castelfranchi, F Cimatti, C Scorolli, L Tummolini
Psychological Bulletin, 2016
When objects are close to me: affordances in the peripersonal space
M Costantini, E Ambrosini, C Scorolli, AM Borghi
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (2), 302-308, 2011
Words as tools and the problem of abstract word meanings
AM Borghi, F Cimatti
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the cognitive science society 31 (31), 2009
One hand, two objects: Emergence of affordance in contexts
AM Borghi, A Flumini, N Natraj, LA Wheaton
Brain and cognition 80 (1), 64-73, 2012
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
Are visual stimuli sufficient to evoke motor information?: Studies with hand primes
AM Borghi, C Bonfiglioli, L Lugli, P Ricciardelli, S Rubichi, R Nicoletti
Neuroscience Letters 411 (1), 17-21, 2007
Object concepts and action: Extracting affordances from objects parts
AM Borghi
Acta Psychologica 115 (1), 69-96, 2004
Manipulating objects and telling words: a study on concrete and abstract words acquisition
AM Borghi, A Flumini, F Cimatti, D Marocco, C Scorolli
Frontiers in psychology 2, 15, 2011
Manipulating objects and telling words: a study on concrete and abstract words acquisition
AM Borghi, A Flumini, F Cimatti, D Marocco, C Scorolli
Frontiers in psychology 2 (15), 2011
Sentence processing: linking language to motor chains
F Chersi, S Thill, T Ziemke, AM Borghi
Frontiers in neurorobotics 4, 4, 2010
When affordances climb into your mind: advantages of motor simulation in a memory task performed by novice and expert rock climbers
G Pezzulo, L Barca, AL Bocconi, AM Borghi
Brain and Cognition 73 (1), 68-73, 2010
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