Sara Bottiroli
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Immersive virtual reality and virtual embodiment for pain relief
M Matamala-Gomez, T Donegan, S Bottiroli, G Sandrini, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 279, 2019
The cognitive effects of listening to background music on older adults: processing speed improves with upbeat music, while memory seems to benefit from both upbeat and downbeat …
S Bottiroli, A Rosi, R Russo, T Vecchi, E Cavallini
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 6, 284, 2014
Telemedicine and virtual reality for cognitive rehabilitation: a roadmap for the COVID-19 pandemic
E Mantovani, C Zucchella, S Bottiroli, A Federico, R Giugno, G Sandrini, ...
Frontiers in neurology 11, 926, 2020
Theory of Mind in aging: Comparing cognitive and affective components in the faux pas test
S Bottiroli, E Cavallini, I Ceccato, T Vecchi, S Lecce
Archives of gerontology and geriatrics 62, 152-162, 2016
Cerebellar stimulation reduces inducible nitric oxide synthase expression and protects brain from ischemia
E Galea, EV Golanov, DL Feinstein, KA Kobylarz, SB Glickstein, DJ Reis
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 274 (6 …, 1998
Beyond false belief: Theory of mind in young, young-old, and old-old adults
E Cavallini, S Lecce, S Bottiroli, P Palladino, A Pagnin
The International Journal of Aging and Human Development 76 (3), 181-198, 2013
Dubbing versus subtitling in young and older adults: Cognitive and evaluative aspects
E Perego, F Del Missier, S Bottiroli
Perspectives 23 (1), 1-21, 2015
Long-term effects of memory training in the elderly: A longitudinal study
S Bottiroli, E Cavallini, T Vecchi
Archives of gerontology and geriatrics 47 (2), 277-289, 2008
Promoting transfer in memory training for older adults
E Cavallini, J Dunlosky, S Bottiroli, C Hertzog, T Vecchi
Aging clinical and experimental research 22, 314-323, 2010
Theory of Mind and social relationships in older adults: The role of social motivation
S Lecce, I Ceccato, F Bianco, A Rosi, S Bottiroli, E Cavallini
Aging & Mental Health 21 (3), 253-258, 2017
The importance of training strategy adaptation: A learner-oriented approach for improving older adults’ memory and transfer.
S Bottiroli, E Cavallini, J Dunlosky, T Vecchi, C Hertzog
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 19 (3), 205, 2013
Promoting theory of mind in older adults: does age play a role?
A Rosi, E Cavallini, S Bottiroli, F Bianco, S Lecce
Aging & mental health 20 (1), 22-28, 2016
Training older adults on Theory of Mind (ToM): Transfer on metamemory
S Lecce, S Bottiroli, F Bianco, A Rosi, E Cavallini
Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 60 (1), 217-226, 2015
Cognitive telerehabilitation for older adults with neurodegenerative diseases in the COVID-19 era: a perspective study
S Bernini, F Stasolla, S Panzarasa, S Quaglini, E Sinforiani, G Sandrini, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 11, 623933, 2021
Serious games for screening pre-dementia conditions: from virtuality to reality? A pilot project
C Zucchella, E Sinforiani, C Tassorelli, E Cavallini, D Tost-Pardell, S Grau, ...
Functional neurology 29 (3), 153, 2014
Training for generalization in Theory of Mind: a study with older adults
E Cavallini, F Bianco, S Bottiroli, A Rosi, T Vecchi, S Lecce
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 1123, 2015
Telemedicine and virtual reality at time of COVID-19 pandemic: an overview for future perspectives in neurorehabilitation
M Matamala-Gomez, S Bottiroli, O Realdon, G Riva, L Galvagni, T Platz, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 12, 646902, 2021
Dubbing versus subtitling yet again? An empirical study on user comprehension and preferences in Spain
A Matamala, E Perego, S Bottiroli
Babel 63 (3), 423-441, 2017
Traumatic experiences, stressful events, and alexithymia in chronic migraine with medication overuse
S Bottiroli, F Galli, M Viana, G Sances, C Tassorelli
Frontiers in psychology 9, 704, 2018
Alexithymia in chronic and episodic migraine: a comparative study
F Galli, M Caputi, G Sances, E Vegni, S Bottiroli, G Nappi, C Tassorelli
Journal of Mental Health 26 (3), 192-196, 2017
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