Francesco Di Gregorio
Francesco Di Gregorio
AUSL Bologna
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Errors can elicit an error positivity in the absence of an error negativity: Evidence for independent systems of human error monitoring
F Di Gregorio, ME Maier, M Steinhauser
Neuroimage 172, 427-436, 2018
302018
Error-related brain activity and error awareness in an error classification paradigm
F Di Gregorio, M Steinhauser, ME Maier
NeuroImage 139, 202-210, 2016
242016
Impaired rapid error monitoring but intact error signaling following rostral anterior cingulate cortex lesions in humans
ME Maier, F Di Gregorio, T Muricchio, G Di Pellegrino
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 339, 2015
182015
Differential effects of instructed and objective feedback reliability on feedback‐related brain activity
F Di Gregorio, B Ernst, M Steinhauser
Psychophysiology 56 (9), e13399, 2019
42019
Are errors detected before they occur? Early error sensations revealed by metacognitive judgments on the timing of error awareness
F Di Gregorio, ME Maier, M Steinhauser
Consciousness and Cognition 77, 102857, 2020
22020
Error-related brain activity reflects independent systems in human error monitoring [cumulative dissertation]
F Di Gregorio
2019
ERROR POSITIVITY AND ERROR-RELATED NEGATIVITY REFLECT DISSOCIABLE MECHANISMS OF ERROR MONITORING
M Maier, F Di Gregorio, M Steinhauser
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 54, S171-S171, 2017
2017
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