Published papers

[Pdfs are post–print versions of the papers. If your institution grants you access to the journal, I suggest you to go there for a better looking version. When a pdf is not available on this page, access to the journal is typically free.]

30. Duñabeitia, J.A., Crepaldi, D., Meyer, A.S., New, B., Pliatsikas, C., Smolka, E., and Brysbaert, M. (in press). MultiPic: A standardized set of 750 drawings with multilingual norms, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. [pdfat the publisher, the database]

29. Bottini, R., Bucur, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2016). The nature of semantic priming by subliminal spatial words. Embodied or disembodied?, Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 145, 1160-1176. [pdf, at the publisher]

28. Amenta, S. and Crepaldi, D. (2016). The variable mind? How apparently inconsistent effects might inform model building. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 185. [at the publisher]

27. Crepaldi, D., Hemsworth, L., Davis, C.J., and Rastle, K. (2016). Masked suffix priming and morpheme positional constraints. Quartely Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69, 113-128. [pdf, at the publisher]

26. Rastle, K., Lavric, A., Elchlepp, H., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). Processing differences across regular and irregular inflections revealed through ERPs. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 41, 747-760. [pdf, at the publisher]

25. Bottini, R., Crepaldi, D., Casasanto, D., Crollen, V., and Collignon, O. (2015). Space and time in the sighted and blind. Cognition, 141, 67-72. [pdf, at the publisher]

24. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). The fruitless effort of growing a fruitless tree: Early morpho-orthographic and morpho-semantic effects in sentence reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition., 41, 1587-1596. [pdf, at the publisher]

23. Marelli, M., Amenta, S. and Crepaldi, D. (2015). Semantic transparency in free stems: the effect of Orthography–Semantics Consistency in word recognition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, 1571-1583. [pdf, at the publisher]

22. Crepaldi, D., Casarotti, A., Zarino, B., & Papagno, C. (2014). How to become twice more precise in detecting neuropsychological impairments. Frontiers in Psychology, 65. [at the publisher]

21. Crepaldi, D., Morone, E.A., Arduino, L.S., and Luzzatti, C. (2014). Morphological processing of printed nouns and verbs: Cross-class priming effects. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 26, 433-460. [pdf, at the publisher]

20. Crepaldi, D., Berlingeri, M., Cattinelli, I., Borghese, N.A., Luzzatti, C., and Paulesu, E.. (2013). Clustering the lexicon in the brain: A meta‑analysis of the neurofunctional evidence on noun and verb processing. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 303. [At the publisher]

19. Marelli, M., Amenta, S., Morone, E.A., & Crepaldi, D. (2013). Meaning is in the beholder’s eye: Morpho-semantic effects in masked priming. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 20, 534-541. [pdf, at the publisher]

18. Crepaldi, D. and Amenta, S. (2013). Cognitive theory development as we know it: Specificity, explanatory power and the brain. Frontiers in Language Sciences, 4, 56. [At the publisher]

17. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K., Davis, C.J., & Lupker, S.J. (2013). Seeing stems everywhere: Position-independent identification of stem morphemes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 39, 510-525. [pdf, at the publisher]

16. Amenta, S. & Crepaldi, D. (2012). Morphological processing as we know it: An analytical review of morphological effects in visual word identification. Frontiers in Language Sciences, 3, 232. [At the publisher]

15. Crepaldi, D., Che W.‑C., I-Fan, S., & Luzzatti, C. (2012). Lexical-Semantic Variables Affecting Picture and Word Naming in Chinese: A Mixed Logit Model Study in Aphasia. Behavioural Neurology, 25, 165-184. [pdf, at the publisher]

14. Crepaldi, D., Ingignoli, C., Verga, R., Contardi, A., Semenza, C., Luzzatti, C. (2011). The representation of the noun-verb dichotomy: Evidence from the spontaneous speech of aphasic patients. Aphasiology, 25, 71‑92. [pdf, at the publisher]

13. Crepaldi, D., Berlingeri, M., Paulesu, E., Luzzatti, C. (2011). A place for nouns and a place for verbs? A critical review of neurocognitive data on grammatical class effects. Brain and Language, 116, 33‑49. [pdf, at the publisher]

12. Che, W., Crepaldi, D., Su, I., & Luzzatti, C. (2010). Effects of grammatical class and morphological structure in Chinese: A mixed logit model study on picture and word naming. Procedia: social & behavioral sciences, 6, 139-140. [pdf, at the publisher]

11. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K., Coltheart, M., & Nickels, L. (2010). ‘Fell’ primes ‘fall’, but does ‘bell’ prime ‘ball’? Masked priming with irregularly‑inflected primes. Journal of Memory and Language, 63, 83‑99. [pdf, at the publisher]

10. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K., & Davis, C. J. (2010). Morphemes in their place: evidence for position‑specific identification of suffixes. Memory and Cognition, 38, 312-321. [pdf, at the publisher]

9. Marelli, M., Crepaldi, D., Luzzatti, C. (2009). Head position and the mental representation of Italian nominal compounds. The Mental Lexicon, 4, 430‑455. [pdf, at the publisher]

8. Berlingeri, M., Crepaldi, D., Roberti, R., Scialfa, G., Luzzatti, C., Paulesu, E. (2008). Nouns and verbs in the brain: Grammatical class and task specific effects as revealed by fMRI. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 25 , 528 – 558. [pdf, at the publisher]

7. Berlingeri, M., Crepaldi, D., Roberti, R., Scialfa, G., Luzzatti, C., Paulesu, E. (2007). Brain areas underlying retrieval of nouns and verbs: Grammatical class and task demand effects. Brain and Language, 103, 156-157. [pdf, at the publisher]

6. Aggujaro, S., Crepaldi, D., Pistarini, C., Taricco, M., Luzzatti, C. (2006). Neuro-anatomical correlates of impaired retrieval of verbs and nouns: Interaction of grammatical class, imageability and actionality. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 19, 175-194. [At the publisher; I am sorry, I do not hold a post-print version of this paper]

5. Crepaldi, D., Aggujaro, S., Arduino, L.S., Zonca, G., Ghirardi, G., Inzaghi, M.G., Colombo, M., Chierchia, G., Luzzatti, C. (2006). Noun-verb dissociation in aphasia: The role of imageability and functional locus of the lesion. Neuropsychologia, 44, 73-89. [pdf, at the publisher]

4. Luzzatti, C., Ingignoli, C., Crepaldi, D., Semenza, C.,  (2006). Noun-verb dissociation in aphasia: type/token differences in the analysis of spontaneous speech, Brain and Language, 99, 8-219. [pdf, at the publisher]

3. Luzzatti, C., Aggujaro, S., Crepaldi, D. (2006). Noun-verb double dissociation in aphasia: theoretical and neuroanatomical foundations. Cortex, 42, 875-883.  [At the publisher; I am sorry, I do not hold a post-print version of this paper]

2. Aggujaro, S., Crepaldi, D., Ripamonti, E., Luzzatti, C. (2005). Lexical and semantic access in Letter-by-Letter Dyslexia: A case report. Brain and Language, 95, 225–226. [pdf, at the publisher]

1. Crepaldi, D., Aggujaro, S., Arduino, L.S., Zonca, G., Ghirardi, G., Inzaghi, M.G., Colombo, M., Chierchia, G., Luzzatti, C. (2004). Naming of nouns and verbs in aphasia: preliminary results of a word retrieval task in a sentence context. Brain and Language, 91, 150-151. [pdf, at the publisher]