Cinzia Chiandetti
Cinzia Chiandetti
Department of Life Sciences - Psychology Unit - University of Trieste
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Brain asymmetry (animal)
G Vallortigara, C Chiandetti, VA Sovrano
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 2 (2), 146-157, 2011
Conversion of mild cognitive impairment to dementia in elderly subjects: a preliminary study in a memory and cognitive disorder unit
F Maioli, M Coveri, P Pagni, C Chiandetti, C Marchetti, R Ciarrocchi, ...
Archives of gerontology and geriatrics 44, 233-241, 2007
Is there an innate geometric module? Effects of experience with angular geometric cues on spatial re-orientation based on the shape of the environment
C Chiandetti, G Vallortigara
Animal cognition 11 (1), 139-146, 2008
From natural geometry to spatial cognition
L Tommasi, C Chiandetti, T Pecchia, VA Sovrano, G Vallortigara
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 36 (2), 799-824, 2012
Chicks like consonant music
C Chiandetti, G Vallortigara
Psychological science 22 (10), 1270-1273, 2011
Spatial reorientation: the effects of space size on the encoding of landmark and geometry information
C Chiandetti, L Regolin, VA Sovrano, G Vallortigara
Animal cognition 10 (2), 159-168, 2007
Early-light embryonic stimulation suggests a second route, via gene activation, to cerebral lateralization in vertebrates
C Chiandetti, J Galliussi, RJ Andrew, G Vallortigara
Scientific reports 3, 2701, 2013
Intuitive physical reasoning about occluded objects by inexperienced chicks
C Chiandetti, G Vallortigara
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 278 (1718 …, 2011
Rudiments of mind: Insights through the chick model on number and space cognition in animals.
G Vallortigara, L Regolin, C Chiandetti, R Rugani
Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews 5, 2010
Inexperienced newborn chicks use geometry to spontaneously reorient to an artificial social partner
C Chiandetti, ES Spelke, G Vallortigara
Developmental science 18 (6), 972-978, 2015
Can clicker training facilitate conditioning in dogs?
C Chiandetti, S Avella, E Fongaro, F Cerri
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 184, 109-116, 2016
Experience and geometry: controlled-rearing studies with chicks
C Chiandetti, G Vallortigara
Animal cognition 13 (3), 463-470, 2010
Effects of light stimulation of embryos on the use of position-specific and object-specific cues in binocular and monocular domestic chicks (Gallus gallus)
C Chiandetti, L Regolin, LJ Rogers, G Vallortigara
Behavioural brain research 163 (1), 10-17, 2005
Doing Socrates experiment right: controlled rearing studies of geometrical knowledge in animals
G Vallortigara, VA Sovrano, C Chiandetti
Current opinion in neurobiology 19 (1), 20-26, 2009
Animal cognition
G Vallortigara, C Chiandetti, R Rugani, VA Sovrano, L Regolin
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 1 (6), 882-893, 2010
Spatial reorientation in large and small enclosures: comparative and developmental perspectives
C Chiandetti, G Vallortigara
Cognitive processing 9 (4), 229-238, 2008
Re-orienting in space: do animals use global or local geometry strategies?
DM Kelly, C Chiandetti, G Vallortigara
Biology Letters 7 (3), 372-375, 2011
Pseudoneglect and embryonic light stimulation in the avian brain.
C Chiandetti
Behavioral neuroscience 125 (5), 775, 2011
Distinct effect of early and late embryonic light-stimulation on chicks' lateralization
C Chiandetti, G Vallortigara
Neuroscience 414, 1-7, 2019
Visual Hierarchical Processing and Lateralization of Cognitive Functions through Domestic Chicks' Eyes
C Chiandetti, T Pecchia, F Patt, G Vallortigara
PLOS ONE 9 (1), e84435, 2014
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