Her primary scientific interests are in Cognitive psychology, Neuroscience, Cognitive disorder, Language disorder and Audiology. Maria Caterina Silveri works in the field of Cognitive psychology, namely Lateralization of brain function. The concepts of her Cognitive disorder study are interwoven with issues in Alzheimer's disease, Neurocognitive and Developmental psychology.
Her Language disorder research includes elements of Agrammatism and Cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome. The study incorporates disciplines such as Neuropsychological test, Neuropsychology and Unilateral spatial neglect in addition to Audiology. In her study, Lesion is inextricably linked to Stimulus, which falls within the broad field of Cognition.
Maria Caterina Silveri spends much of her time researching Cognitive psychology, Cognition, Audiology, Neuropsychology and Neuroscience. Her Cognitive psychology research integrates issues from Semantics, Dissociation and Comprehension. Her Cognition research includes themes of Alzheimer's disease, Agrammatism, Categorization and Rating scale.
Her study looks at the relationship between Alzheimer's disease and fields such as Developmental psychology, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. The Audiology study which covers Parkinson's disease that intersects with Confounding. Her work in the fields of Cerebellum and Central nervous system disease overlaps with other areas such as Disconnection.
Maria Caterina Silveri mostly deals with Parkinson's disease, Cognition, Audiology, Disease and Cognitive psychology. The Parkinson's disease study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology, Personalized medicine, Patient characteristics, Caregiver burden and Confounding. Her Cognition study combines topics in areas such as Lesion, Spelling, Laterality and Rating scale.
Her Audiology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Working memory, Sadness, Neurology and Elementary cognitive task. Her study in the field of Dementia is also linked to topics like Person-centered care. Her Lateralization of brain function study in the realm of Cognitive psychology interacts with subjects such as In patient.
Maria Caterina Silveri mainly investigates Cognitive psychology, In patient, Selection, Verb and Noun. Many of her studies on Cognitive psychology apply to Recognition memory as well. Her In patient research incorporates Semantic memory, Temporal pole, Semantic dementia, Cerebral damage and Semantic similarity.
Her Selection study incorporates themes from Dysexecutive syndrome, Class, Adjective and Set. Her studies in Verb integrate themes in fields like Lateralization of brain function and Task. Maria Caterina Silveri combines subjects such as Developmental psychology, Dementia and Serial position effect with her study of Parkinson's disease.
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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.
Cerebellum and procedural learning: evidence from focal cerebellar lesions
Marco Molinari;Maria G. Leggio;Alessandra Solida;Roberto Ciorra.
Neuroanatomical correlates of category-specific semantic disorders: A critical survey
Guido Gainotti;Maria Caterina Silveri;Antonio Daniele;Laura Giustolisi.
The cerebellum contributes to linguistic production: A case of agrammatic speech following a right cerebellar lesion
Maria Caterina Silveri;Maria Giuseppa Leggio;Marco Molinari.
The phonological short-term store-rehearsal system: Patterns of impairment and neural correlates
Giuseppe Vallar;Anna Maria Di Betta;Maria Caterina Silveri.
Neuropsychological correlates of localized cerebral lesions in non-aphasic brain-damaged patients
Gabriele Miceli;C. Caltagirone;G. Gainotti;C. Masullo.
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology (1981)
Efavirenz associated with cognitive disorders in otherwise asymptomatic HIV-infected patients
N. Ciccarelli;M. Fabbiani;S. Di Giambenedetto;I. Fanti.
Dissociation between knowledge of living and nonliving things in dementia of the Alzheimer type
Maria Caterina Silveri;Antonio Daniele;Laura Giustolisi;Guido Gainotti.
Phonological grouping is specifically affected in cerebellar patients: a verbal fluency study
Maria Giuseppa Leggio;Maria Caterina Silveri;Laura Petrosini;Marco Molinari.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry (2000)
Cognitive and anatomical locus of lesion in a patient with a category-specific semantic impairment for living beings
Guido Gainotti;Maria Caterina Silveri.
Cognitive Neuropsychology (1996)
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