Simone Gori
Simone Gori
Associate Professor, University of Bergamo
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Action video games make dyslexic children read better
S Franceschini, S Gori, M Ruffino, S Viola, M Molteni, A Facoetti
Current biology 23 (6), 462-466, 2013
A causal link between visual spatial attention and reading acquisition
S Franceschini, S Gori, M Ruffino, K Pedrolli, A Facoetti
Current biology 22 (9), 814-819, 2012
How the visual aspects can be crucial in reading acquisition: The intriguing case of crowding and developmental dyslexia
S Gori, A Facoetti
Journal of vision 15 (1), 8-8, 2015
Multiple causal links between magnocellular–dorsal pathway deficit and developmental dyslexia
S Gori, AR Seitz, L Ronconi, S Franceschini, A Facoetti
Cerebral Cortex 26 (11), 4356-4369, 2016
Improving methodological standards in behavioral interventions for cognitive enhancement
C Shawn Green, D Bavelier, AF Kramer, S Vinogradov, U Ansorge, ...
Journal of Cognitive Enhancement 3, 2-29, 2019
Action video games improve reading abilities and visual-to-auditory attentional shifting in English-speaking children with dyslexia
S Franceschini, P Trevisan, L Ronconi, S Bertoni, S Colmar, K Double, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 5863, 2017
Visual spatial attention and speech segmentation are both impaired in preschoolers at familial risk for developmental dyslexia
A Facoetti, N Corradi, M Ruffino, S Gori, M Zorzi
Dyslexia 16 (3), 226-239, 2010
Perceptual learning as a possible new approach for remediation and prevention of developmental dyslexia
S Gori, A Facoetti
Vision research 99, 78-87, 2014
Attentional engagement deficits in dyslexic children
M Ruffino, AN Trussardi, S Gori, A Finzi, S Giovagnoli, D Menghini, ...
Neuropsychologia 48 (13), 3793-3801, 2010
Spatial and temporal attention in developmental dyslexia
M Ruffino, S Gori, D Boccardi, M Molteni, A Facoetti
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 331, 2014
Magnocellular-dorsal pathway and sub-lexical route in developmental dyslexia
S Gori, P Cecchini, A Bigoni, M Molteni, A Facoetti
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 460, 2014
A different vision of dyslexia: Local precedence on global perception
S Franceschini, S Bertoni, T Gianesini, S Gori, A Facoetti
Scientific reports 7 (1), 17462, 2017
Is excessive visual crowding causally linked to developmental dyslexia?
S Bertoni, S Franceschini, L Ronconi, S Gori, A Facoetti
Neuropsychologia 130, 107-117, 2019
Zoom-out attentional impairment in children with autism spectrum disorder
L Ronconi, S Gori, M Ruffino, M Molteni, A Facoetti
cortex 49 (4), 1025-1033, 2013
The DCDC2 Intron 2 Deletion Impairs Illusory Motion Perception Unveiling the Selective Role of Magnocellular-Dorsal Stream in Reading (Dis)ability
S Gori, S Mascheretti, E Giora, L Ronconi, M Ruffino, E Quadrelli, ...
Cerebral Cortex 25 (6), 1685-1695, 2015
TMS on right frontal eye fields induces an inflexible focus of attention
L Ronconi, D Basso, S Gori, A Facoetti
Cerebral Cortex 24 (2), 396-402, 2014
“Shall we play a game?”: Improving reading through action video games in developmental dyslexia
S Franceschini, S Bertoni, L Ronconi, M Molteni, S Gori, A Facoetti
Current Developmental disorders reports 2, 318-329, 2015
Do fish perceive illusory motion?
S Gori, C Agrillo, M Dadda, A Bisazza
Scientific reports 4 (1), 6443, 2014
Unattended exposure to components of speech sounds yields same benefits as explicit auditory training
AR Seitz, A Protopapas, Y Tsushima, EL Vlahou, S Gori, S Grossberg, ...
Cognition 115 (3), 435-443, 2010
Serious games for early identification of developmental dyslexia
O Gaggi, CE Palazzi, M Ciman, G Galiazzo, S Franceschini, M Ruffino, ...
Computers in Entertainment (CIE) 15 (2), 1-24, 2017
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