His primary scientific interests are in Audiology, Developmental psychology, Aphasia, Cognitive psychology and Apraxia. He focuses mostly in the field of Audiology, narrowing it down to matters related to Lesion and, in some cases, Visual field, Posterior region and Vigilance. His Developmental psychology research includes themes of Affect and Sentence comprehension test.
E. De Renzi is involved in the study of Aphasia that focuses on Token test in particular. The concepts of his Token test study are interwoven with issues in Aphasia Tests, Psychological testing and Auditory comprehension. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stimulus, Perception, Communication and Cognitive impairment.
His main research concerns Audiology, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Lateralization of brain function and Aphasia. The study incorporates disciplines such as Apraxia, Visual field, Visual perception and Visual memory in addition to Audiology. His Cognitive psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Proper noun, Verbal memory, Perception and Neuropsychology.
E. De Renzi combines subjects such as Lesion side and Extinction with his study of Developmental psychology. E. De Renzi has included themes like Code and Lesion, Cerebral lesion in his Lateralization of brain function study. His work on Token test and Global aphasia as part of general Aphasia study is frequently linked to MEDLINE and Normative, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Audiology, Lateralization of brain function, Neuroscience, Cognitive psychology and X ray computed. His Audiology research includes elements of Constructional apraxia, Apraxia, Disconnection syndrome, Dysgraphia and Semantic memory. The various areas that he examines in his Lateralization of brain function study include Cerebral hemisphere, Radiology, Visual agnosia and Brain damage.
His study on Recall is often connected to Single entity as part of broader study in Cognitive psychology. His Recall research integrates issues from Stimulus, Perception and Communication. His research in X ray computed intersects with topics in Central nervous system disease, Developmental psychology, Behavior disorder, Imitation and Utilization behavior.
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The token test: A sensitive test to detect receptive disturbances in aphasics.
E. De Renzi;L. A. Vignolo.
Normative Data and Screening Power of a Shortened Version of the Token Test
E. De Renzi;P. Faglioni.
Prosopagnosia can be associated with damage confined to the right hemisphere—An MRI and PET study and a review of the literature
E. De Renzi;D. Perani;Giovanni A. Carlesimo;M. C. Silveri.
Apperceptive and associative forms of prosopagnosia.
E. De Renzi;P. Faglioni;D. Grossi;P. Nichelli.
Ideational apraxia: A quantitative study
E. De Renzi;A. Pieczuro;L.A. Vignolo.
Modality-specific and supramodal mechanisms of apraxia
E. De Renzi;P. Faglioni;P. Sorgato.
Bilateral paramedian thalamic artery infarcts: report of eight cases.
M Gentilini;E De Renzi;G Crisi.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (1987)
Are semantic systems separately represented in the brain? The case of living category impairment.
E. De Renzi;F. Lucchelli.
Oral Apraxia and Aphasia
E. De Renzi;A. Pieczuro;L.A. Vignolo.
Prosopagnosia in two patients with CT scan evidence of damage confined to the right hemisphere.
E De Renzi.
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