MARINO BARBARA

Ruolo: 
assegnista di ricerca

Ricerca

I have extensive scientific expertise on multiple domains of Cognitive Psychology including human sensorymotor control, motor cognition, language, perception, multisensory integration, attention, and social categorization. My current main research focus is the eye-hand coordination in the control of grasping movements. Besides, I am studying the inhibitory control of eye-movements driven by social and non-social signals. Recently, I stated working on sensorymotor aspects of aging and degenerative disorders.

Pubblicazioni

  • Marino, B., Borghi, A., Buccino, G., & Riggio, L. (2017). Chained activation of the motor system during language understanding. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 8(FEB). Dettaglio
  • Buccino, G., Marino, B., Bulgarelli, C., & Mezzadri, M. (2017). Fluent speakers of a second language process graspable nouns expressed in L2 like in their native language. FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 8(AUG). Dettaglio
  • Marino, B., & Ricciardelli, P. (2017). The modulation of the motor resonance triggered by reach-to-grasp movements: No role of human physical similarity as conveyed by age. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH, 235(7), 2267-2286. Dettaglio
  • Marino, B., & Ricciardelli, (2016). The motor resonance driven by reach-to-grasp is not shaped by physical similarity but by “vitality form”. Intervento presentato a: International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Dettaglio
  • Mussi, D., Marino, B., & Riggio, L. (2015). The influence of social and nonsocial variables on the Simon effect. EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 62(4), 215-231. Dettaglio