Anna Basso spends much of her time researching Aphasia, Lesion, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology and Lateralization of brain function. The concepts of her Aphasia study are interwoven with issues in Rehabilitation, Fluency, Language disorder and Audiology. Her Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Modality, Functional disconnection, Mental image and Neuropsychology.
Her work focuses on many connections between Neuropsychology and other disciplines, such as Perceptual Disorders, that overlap with her field of interest in Intelligence quotient. Her Developmental psychology research integrates issues from Pattern recognition, Cerebral hemisphere and Right hemisphere. Anna Basso interconnects Agraphia and Dissociation in the investigation of issues within Lateralization of brain function.
Anna Basso mostly deals with Aphasia, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Audiology and Lateralization of brain function. The Aphasia study combines topics in areas such as Rehabilitation, Lesion, Dissociation, Neuropsychology and Language disorder. Her work carried out in the field of Cognitive psychology brings together such families of science as Verbal memory, Social psychology, Perception and Mental image.
In her study, Pediatrics is inextricably linked to Etiology, which falls within the broad field of Developmental psychology. Her Audiology study combines topics in areas such as Nonverbal communication, Comprehension, Acalculia, Expression and Cognitive disorder. Her Lateralization of brain function study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Agraphia and Cerebral hemisphere.
Anna Basso mainly investigates Aphasia, Reading, Cognitive psychology, Neuropsychology and Pediatrics. Her study in Aphasia focuses on Agrammatism in particular. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychosocial, Cognitive neuropsychology, Conversation and Face.
Her study explores the link between Neuropsychology and topics such as Clinical psychology that cross with problems in Cognition and Rehabilitation. Her Pediatrics research includes elements of Psychotherapist, Prolonged treatment and Negative studies. Anna Basso combines subjects such as Developmental psychology, Speech apraxia and Randomized controlled trial with her study of Acalculia.
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Raven's coloured progressive matrices: normative values on 305 adult normal controls.
A Basso;E Capitani;M Laiacona.
Functional Neurology (1987)
Influence of rehabilitation on language skills in aphasic patients. A controlled study.
Anna Basso;Erminio Capitani;Luigi A. Vignolo.
JAMA Neurology (1979)
Left hemisphere damage and selective impairment of auditory verbal short-term memory. A case study.
Anna Basso;Hans Spinnler;Giuseppe Vallar;M.Ester Zanobio.
Progressive language impairment without dementia: a case with isolated category specific semantic defect.
Anna Basso;Erminio Capitani;Marcella Laiacona.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (1988)
Anatomoclinical correlations of the aphasias as defined through computerized tomography: exceptions.
Anna Basso;Andre Roch Lecours;Silvia Moraschini;Marie Vanier.
Brain and Language (1985)
LOSS OF MENTAL IMAGERY: A CASE STUDY
Anna Basso;Edoardo Bisiach;Claudio Luzzatti.
A fMRI study of word retrieval in aphasia.
D Perani;S.F Cappa;M Tettamanti;M Rosa.
Brain and Language (2003)
Neuropsychological evidence for the existence of cerebral areas critical to the performance of intelligence tasks.
A. Basso;E. De Renzi;P. Faglioni;G. Scotti.
Phonemic Identification Defect in Aphasia
A. Basso;G. Casati;L.A. Vignolo.
The role of the right hemisphere in recovery from aphasia. Two case studies.
Anna Basso;Maurizia Gardelli;Maria Pia Grassi;Marita Mariotti.
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