Anna M. Borghi focuses on Embodied cognition, Cognition, Communication, Cognitive science and Action. Her Embodied cognition research includes themes of Mirror neuron, Cognitive psychology, Sensory cue, Eye movement and Abstract and concrete. Her work deals with themes such as Motor system, Perception, Comprehension and Conceptualization, which intersect with Cognition.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Object, Affordance, Human–computer interaction and Object. Her Cognitive science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Representation, Meaning, Computational model and Social cognition. Anna M. Borghi has included themes like Extended cognition, Body schema and The Extended Mind in her Action study.
Her primary areas of investigation include Embodied cognition, Cognitive psychology, Cognitive science, Communication and Action. Her research integrates issues of Representation, Cognition, Social cognition, Sentence and Abstract and concrete in her study of Embodied cognition. The various areas that Anna M. Borghi examines in her Cognitive psychology study include Categorization, Visual perception, Perception and Object.
Her Mirror neuron study in the realm of Cognitive science connects with subjects such as Sociality, Perspective and Function. Her Communication study incorporates themes from Modality, Human–computer interaction and Priming. Her Action research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Object, Linguistics and Movement.
Her primary areas of study are Embodied cognition, Cognitive psychology, Cognitive science, Cognition and Flexibility. Her work deals with themes such as Sentence, Concreteness and Autism, which intersect with Embodied cognition. Her work carried out in the field of Cognitive psychology brings together such families of science as Situational ethics, Representation, Situated, Abstract and concrete and Semantics.
Her studies in Cognitive science integrate themes in fields like Electrophysiology, Electroencephalography, Affordance, Contextual information and Object. Anna M. Borghi works mostly in the field of Cognition, limiting it down to topics relating to Categorization and, in certain cases, Concept learning, Abstraction, Group cohesiveness and Social relation. Her research on Flexibility also deals with topics like
Her primary scientific interests are in Embodied cognition, Abstract and concrete, Linguistics, Action and Concreteness. Her Embodied cognition study incorporates themes from Context, Metacognition, Cognitive science, Task analysis and Semantics. Her Metacognition study is related to the wider topic of Cognition.
Her work in Cognitive science addresses issues such as Neuroenhancement, which are connected to fields such as Representation. Her Abstract and concrete research includes elements of Interoception, Cognitive psychology and Control. Her Linguistics study focuses mostly on Persian, Literal and figurative language and Sentence.
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Embodied Cognition and beyond: Acting and Sensing the Body.
Anna M. Borghi;Felice Cimatti.
Putting words in perspective.
Anna M. Borghi;Arthur M. Glenberg;Michael P. Kaschak.
Memory & Cognition (2004)
The challenge of abstract concepts.
Anna M. Borghi;Ferdinand Binkofski;Cristiano Castelfranchi;Felice Cimatti.
Psychological Bulletin (2017)
Words as Social Tools: An Embodied View on Abstract Concepts
Anna M. Borghi;Ferdinand Binkofski.
Theories and computational models of affordance and mirror systems: an integrative review.
Serge Thill;Daniele Caligiore;Anna M. Borghi;Tom Ziemke.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2013)
Grasping language--a short story on embodiment.
Doreen Jirak;Mareike M. Menz;Giovanni Buccino;Anna M. Borghi.
Consciousness and Cognition (2010)
Sentence comprehension and simulation of object temporary, canonical and stable affordances.
Anna M. Borghi;Lucia Riggio.
Brain Research (2009)
Sentence comprehension and action: Effector specific modulation of the motor system
Claudia Scorolli;Anna Maria Borghi.
Brain Research (2007)
TRoPICALS: A Computational Embodied Neuroscience Model of Compatibility Effects.
Daniele Caligiore;Anna M. Borghi;Domenico Parisi;Gianluca Baldassarre.
Psychological Review (2010)
When objects are close to me: Affordances in the peripersonal space
Marcello Costantini;Ettore Ambrosini;Claudia Scorolli;Anna M. Borghi;Anna M. Borghi.
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review (2011)
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