Talks and Posters

[You’ll find here everything that I’ve produced directly, i.e., every piece of work where I’m the only or the first author. You should also find everything that was produced in my lab, i.e., by students or post-docs. You may not be able to find, instead, work coming out of my collaborations with other labs; if you’re interested in some missing bits, just ask me here and we’ll se what we can do.]

 

[At research institutions]
15. Crepaldi, D. (2016). When cognitive models meet actual language use: word identification as revealed by eye tracking. Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, 15 April. [Invited by Piermarco Bertinetto; talk slides]
14. Crepaldi, D. (2015). Clusters of information in the reading brain. Bicocca Incontri di Linguistica, Milano, Italy, 15 April. [Contributed, self hosted; talk slides]
13. Crepaldi, D. (2015). Word identification in the visual and auditory domains. Connex talk series, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, 21 January. [Invited by Fabienne Chetail and Alain Content; talk slides]
12. Crepaldi, D. (2104). Word structure and word identification. University of Chicago, 19 November. [Contributed, hosted by Daniel Casasanto; talk slides]
11. Crepaldi, D. and Keuleers, E. (2014). Non che è di un, e la il a per una: on word frequencies in general and subtitle-based frequencies for Italian. Bicocca Incontri di Linguistica, Milano, Italy, 20 January. [Contributed, self hosted; talk slides]
10.  Crepaldi, D. (2013). Nouns and verbs in the brain: Task effects and neural substrate, Département of Psychologie, Université de Montréal, 20 November. [Invited by Phaedra Royle; talk slides]
9. Crepaldi, D. (2013). A tale of two morphologies: A lemma model of complex word identification. CRBLM, McGill University, 19 November. [Invited by Karsten Steinhauer and Kristina Kasparian; talk slides]
8. Crepaldi, D. (2012). Get it in a bit! Early steps in the visual identification of complex words. Department of Psychology, Gent Universiteit, October 18. [Invited by Emmanuel Keuleers and Marc Brysbaert; talk slides]
7. Crepaldi, D. (2011). Mente, cervello e libero arbitrio: lo spazio per l’esercizio dell’autorità secondo le neuroscienze cognitive. Autunno Stenseniano, Ripensare l’autorità. Istituto Stensen, Firenze. [Invited by Dario De Santis; article; in Italian]
6. Crepaldi, D. (October 2010). Pubblicare ad accesso aperto: i vantaggi per la ricerca (Open‑access publishing: benefits for the reserach community). Bicocca Open‑Access Day, University of Milano‑Bicocca, Milan. [Invited by Bonaria Biancu; podcast; in Italian]
5. Crepaldi, D. (July 2009). Morfemi senza senso e l’importanza di stare al proprio posto: il riconoscimento visivo delle parole complesse (Meaningless morphemes and the importance to stay in the right place: the visual identification of complex words). Bicocca Meetings on Theoretical Linguistics, University of Milano‑Bicocca, Milan. [Contributed, self hosted]
4. Crepaldi, D. (March 2009). Morpheme identity and morpheme position: towards a computational model of complex printed words. Department Seminar, Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London. [Invited by Courtenay Norbury]
3. Crepaldi, D. (May 2008). Nouns and verbs in the lexicon: how neuropsychological and psycholinguistic evidence can(‘t) work together. Department Seminar, Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London. [Invited by Kathy Rastle]
2. Crepaldi, D. (March 2007). Semantic and morphological relationships between nouns and verbs as assessed through the priming paradigm. Department seminar, Institute of Cognitive Science and Technology, National Research Centre (CNR), Rome. [Contributed, hosted by Lisa Saskia Arduino and Cristina Burani]
1. Crepaldi, D. (May 2006). Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: modeling the recognition of (existing) morphologically complex written words. Department seminar, Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science, Sydney. [Invited by Max Coltheart and Lyndsey Nickels].

 

[At congresses/schools, invited]
4. Crepaldi, D. (2016). The reading brain as a statistical learning machine. The Science of Aphasia, Lido di Venezia, Italy, 26-29 September. [Invited by the Organising Committee; talk slides]
3. Crepaldi, D. (2015). SUBTLEX-IT: I corpus linguistici visti dall’eye tracker. CoLFIS e oltre, Accademia della Crusca, Firenze, Italy, 14 December. [Invited by Pier Marco Bertinetto; talk slides]
2. Crepaldi, D. (2013). Clusters of information in the reading brain. miLanguage, Language Spring School at Milano Bicocca, Italy, 27-29 May. [Invited by Claudio Luzzatti and Francesca Foppolo; talk slides]
1. Crepaldi, D. and Marelli, M. (2013). The lemma in the reading system: Grammatical and lexical effects in morphologically complex words. European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 21-25 January. [Invited by Claudio Luzzatti and Na’ama Friedmann; talk slides]

 

[At congresses, contributed]
Forthcoming
78. Bottini, R., Casasanto, D., Nadalini, A., and Crepaldi, D. (2016). Stepping out of the Chinese room: Word meaning with and without consciousness. Third Italian conference on Computational Linguistics (CLiC-IT), Napoli, Italy, 5-6 December.
Past
77. Rob @ Pnoms
76. Crepaldi, D., Amenta, S., Mandera, P., Keuleers, E. and Brysbaert, M. (2016). Frequency estimates from different registers explain different aspects of visual word recognition . International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Granada, Spain, 5-8 May. [talk slides] (This talk is part of a symposium titled “Big data: The new way forward in language research”, put together by Marc Brysbaert.)
75. Crepaldi, D., Degno, F., Lavric, A., and Rastle, K. (2016). Is there morphology in the parafovea? 17th International Morphology Meeting (IMM), Vienna, Austria, 18-21 January. [talk slides] (This talk is part of a symposium titled “Morphology and the brain”, put together by Phaedra Royle and Karsten Steinhauer.)
74. Bucur, M., Bottini, R., and Crepaldi, D. (2016). Masked semantic priming is disembodied. European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 25-29 January. [abstract; poster; talk slides]
73. Crepaldi, D., Casasanto, D., Nadalini, A., and Bottini, R. (2016). Semantic processing with and without awareness. European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 25-29 January. [abstracttalk slides]
72. Argiris, G., Rumiati, R.I., & Crepaldi, D. (2016). Modality-specific processing of natural and artificial entities. FENS-Hertie Winter School: Neurobiology of Language and Communication, Oberburgl, Austria, 3-9 January. [Poster]
71. Crepaldi, D., Amenta, S., Mandera, P., Keuleers, E. and Brysbaert, M. (2015). Quality, not quantity. Register is more important than size in corpus-based frequency estimation. 19th conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus, 17-20 September. [Talk slides] (This talk was part of a symposium titled “Big data approaches to understanding visual word recognition”, put together by Kathy Rastle.)
70. Borelli, E., Crepaldi, D., Porro, C.A., and Cacciari, C. (2015). Words of pain. A norm list of 512 Italian pain-related words. 19th conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus, 17-20 September. [Poster]
69. Mapelli, G., Mapelli, C., Valentini, A., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). Early visual processing of words and objects as revealed by masked priming. 19th conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus, 17-20 September. [Poster]
68. Marelli, M., Amenta, S., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). Consistenza ortografico-semantica: effetti di trasparenza semantica in parole morfologicamente semplici? Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for Experimental Psychology, Rovereto, 10‑12 September. [Talk slides]
67. Crepaldi, D., Amenta, S., Mandera, P., Keuleers, E., and Brysbaert, M. (2015). SUBTLEX-IT. Subtitle-based word frequency estimates for Italian. Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for Experimental Psychology, Rovereto, 10‑12 September. [Talk slides]
66. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). Effetti morfo-ortografici e morfo-semantici precoci: un’indagine eyetracking nella lettura di frasi. Annual Meeting of the Italian Association for Experimental Psychology, Rovereto, 10‑12 September. [Talk]
65. Bottini, R., Bucur, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). The nature of sensorimotor facilitation by subliminal words. Embodied or disembodied? Embodied and Situated Language Processing, Lyon, France, 29-30 July. [Talk slides]
64. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). Semantic consistency measures based on distributional approaches individuate different activation networks in priming paradigms. First Quantitative Morphology Meeting, Belgrade, Serbia, 11-12 July. [Talk slides]
63. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). When stems are “transparent”: The Orthography-Semantics Consistency information. First Quantitative Morphology Meeting, Belgrade, Serbia, 11-12 July. [Talk slides]
62. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). Investigating morphological effects in sentence reading: Early morpho-orthographic and early morpho-semantic effects. Morphological Processing (MoProc), Potsdam, Germany, 17–20 June. [Talk slides]
61. Marelli, M., Amenta, S., and Crepaldi, D. (2015). Semantic transparency affects free stems: The orthography–semantic consistency. Morphological Processing (MoProc), Potsdam, Germany, 17–20 June. [Poster]
60. Bottini, R., Crepaldi, D., Casasanto, D., Crollen, V. and Collignon, O. (2015). Space and time in the sighted and the blind.  International Multisensory Research Forum, Pisa, Italy, 13-16 June. [Poster]
59. Bottini, R., Crepaldi, D., Casasanto, D., Crollen, V. and Collignon, O. (2015). Space and time in the sighted and the blind.  European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 27-31 January. [Poster]
58. Crepaldi, D. and Bottini, R. (2015). Masked morphological priming in written and spoken language.  European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 27-31 January. [Postertalk slides]
57. Rastle, K., Lavric, A., Elchlepp, H., and Crepaldi, D. (2014). Processing Differences Across Regular and Irregular Inflections Revealed Through ERPs. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, US, 20-23 November. [Talk]
56. Crepaldi, D. and Bottini, R. (2014). Acoustic and visual masked priming are both sensitive to morphology. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, US, 20-23 November. [Talk slides]
55. Bottini. R., Casasanto, D., Crollen, V., Collignon, O. and Crepaldi, D. (2014). No time in my hands. Different spatial coordinates support temporal and numerical concepts in blind and sighted individuals. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Long Beach, US, 20-23 November. [Poster]
54. Crepaldi, D., Casarotti, A., Zarino, B. and Papagno, C. (2014). How to become twice more precise in detecting neuropsychological impairments. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia 15, Miami, US, 5-7 October. [Abstract at Frontiers] [I’ve tried out Prezi on this occasion; it was great, but generated a ~70Mb file, so please e-mail me if you want a copy]
53. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2014). The fruitless effort of growing a fruitless tree: The “stem transparency” effect explained. The Mental Lexicon, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, 30 September-2 October. [Talk]
52. Marelli, M., Amenta, S., and Crepaldi, D. (2014). Why a farm is transparent and a fruit is opaque: The “stem transparency” effect explained. The Mental Lexicon, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, 30 September-2 October. [Poster]
51. Crepaldi, D., Marelli, M., Amenta, S., De Santis, A., Morone, E.A., and De Marco, R. (2014). Dealers deal after corners corn? Semantic contribution to morphological analysis as revealed by incremental masked priming. The Mental Lexicon, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, 30 September-2 October. [Poster]
50. Crepaldi, D., Casarotti, A., Zarino, B. and Papagno, C. (2014). How to become twice more precise in detecting neuropsychological impairments. The Science of Aphasia 15, Venezia, Italy, 21-24 September. [Talk slides]
49 Marelli, M., Amenta, S., and Crepaldi, D. (2014). Orthography-semantics consistency: a new measure and its impact on visual word recognition. Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP), Edinburgh, UK, 3–6 September. [Poster]
48. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., and Crepaldi, D. (2014). When growing a fruitless tree is a fruitless effort: context modulation of the processing of morpheme meanings in complex words. Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP), Edinburgh, UK, 3–6 September. [Poster]
47. Bottini, R. and Crepaldi, D. (2014). Subliminal morphological speech priming. Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP), Edinburgh, UK, 3–6 September. [Poster]
46. Degno, F. and Crepaldi, D. (2014). No morphology in parafovea: evidence from an invisible-boundary eye-tracking experiment. Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP), Edinburgh, UK, 3–6 September. [Poster]
45. Crepaldi, D., Marelli, M., Amenta, S., De Santis, A., Morone, E.A., and De Marco, R. (2014). When exactly corners stop corning? Incremental masked priming and complex word identification. Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP), Edinburgh, UK, 3–6 September. [Poster]
44. Crepaldi, D., Casarotti, A., Zarino, B. and Papagno, C. (2014). Neuropsychological norming and mixed effects models. European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 27-31 January. [Poster]
43.  Crepaldi, D., Keuleers, E., Mandera, P. and Brysbaert, M. (2013). SUBTLEX-IT: A frequency list based on movie subtitles. Incontro degli Psicolinuisti Italiani, Bologna, Italy, 22 November. [Talk slides]
42. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K. and Davis, C.J. (2013). Masked affix priming and morpheme position coding. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, Canada, 14–17 November. [Talk slides]
41. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K. and Lavric, A. (2013). Waves of regularity: ERP evidence for different timing in regular and irregular masked priming. Pre– psychonomics Symposium on Lexical Processing, London, CA, 13 November. [Talk slides]
40. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K. and Davis, C.J. (2013). Suffix priming and morpheme position coding. Morphological Processing (MoProc), Cambridge, UK, 20–22 June. [Talk slides]
39. Crepaldi, D., Traficante, D. and Marelli, M. (2013). Visual identification of complex words in Italian children: a masked priming study. Morphological Processing (MoProc), Cambridge, UK, 20–22 June. [Poster]
38. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., Morone, E.A., De Marco, R. and Crepaldi, D. (2013). Paradigm and task modulations on the morpho-orthographic effect: An eye-tracking study. Morphological Processing (MoProc), Cambridge, UK, 20–22 June. [Poster]
37. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K. and Davis, C.J. (2012). Affix Priming and the Visual Identification of Complex Words. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, US, 15–18 November.
36. Traficante, D., Marelli, M. and Crepaldi, D. (2012). How shallow is morphemic parsing in a shallow orthography? A study with Italian children. Trieste Symposium on Perception and Cognition, Trieste, Italy, 8-9 November. [Poster, abstract]
35. Amenta, S., Marelli, M., Morone, E.A. and Crepaldi, D. (2012). Is morpho–orthographic segmentation obligatory? Evidence from a new eye–tracking masked priming paradigm. Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, San Francisco, US, 28–30 October. [Poster]
34. Marelli, M., Amenta, S., Morone, E.A. and Crepaldi, D. (2012). The tell–tall eye: Fixation times indicate morpho–semantic effects in masked priming. The Mental Lexicon, Montreal, Canada, 24–26 October. [Poster]
33. Marelli, M., Amenta, S., Morone, E.A. and Crepaldi, D. (2012). The tell–tall eye: Fixation times indicate morpho–semantic effects in masked priming. Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP), Riva del Garda, Italy, 6–8 September. [Talk slides]
32. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K. and Davis, C.J. (2012). Affix Priming and the Visual Identification of Complex Words. Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP), Riva del Garda, Italy, 6–8 September. [Poster]
31. Crepaldi, D., Marelli, M., Morone, E.A., Amenta, S. (2012). When exactly do dealers deal more than corner corns? Incremental masked priming and morpho–orthographic effects. Architecture and Mechanisms of Language Processing (AMLaP), Riva del Garda, Italy, 6–8 September. [Poster]
30. Crepaldi, D., Arduino, L.S., & Luzzatti, C. (2011). Morphology and grammatical class: Noun and verb stems in Italian complex words. 7th International Morphological Processing Conference, San Sebastian, Spain, 22‑25 June [Poster].
29. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K., Davis, C.J., & Lupker, S. (2011). Seeing stems everywhere and being blind to affixes. 7th International Morphological Processing Conference, San Sebastian, Spain, 22‑25 June [Talk slides].
28. Crepaldi, D., Arduino, L.S., & Luzzatti, C. (2011). Do ‘deal’ and ‘dealer’ really share their stem? Grammatical class and morphological priming in reading. Experimental Psychology Society, Spring Meeting, Oxford, UK, 13‑15 April [Talk slides].
27. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K., & Davis, C.J. (2010). Does Position Matter? Differences in the Visual Identification of Stems and Affixes. 51th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, USA, 18-21 November [Poster].
26. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K., & Davis, C.J. (2010). Affix priming: just a matter of length? Pre-psychonomic Symposium on Lexical Processing, St. Louis, USA, 16-17 Novermber 2010 [Talk].
25. Che, W. C., Crepaldi, D., Su, I. F., & Luzzatti, C. (2010). Effects of grammatical class and morphological structure in Chinese: A mixed logit model study on picture and word naming. Forty-eighth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, Athens, Greece, 24‑26 October. [Talk].
24. Che, W. C., Crepaldi, D., Su, I. F., & Luzzatti, C. (2010). Lexical and lexical‑semantic variables affecting the performance of Chinese speakers: a mixed logit models study on picture naming and reading aloud. Second meeting of the European Federation of the Neuropsychological Societies, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 22-24 September. [Poster]
23. Che, W. C., Crepaldi, D., Su, I. F., & Luzzatti, C. (2010). Effects of grammatical class and morphological structure in Chinese: A mixed logit model study on picture and word naming. Forty-eighth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, Athens, Greece, 24‑26 October. [Talk].
22. Che, W. C., Crepaldi, D., Su, I. F., & Luzzatti, C. (2010). Picture and word naming in Chinese: Lexical and lexical‑semantic variables affecting the performance of healthy and aphasic subjects. The Science of Aphasia 11, Potsdam, Germany, 27 August‑1 September. [Talk].
21. Crepaldi, D., Berlingeri, M., Cattinelli, I., Borghese, A., Paulesu, E., Luzzatti, C. (2010). Nouns and verbs in the brain: A meta‑analysis of 27 fMRI and PET studies. The 28th European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 24-29 January. [Talk]
20. Crepaldi, D., Berlingeri, M., Cattinelli, I., Borghese, A., Paulesu, E., Luzzatti, C. (2009). Do noun and verb processing really recruit spatially-segregated neural circuits? Forty-seventh Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia, Boston, US, 18-20 October. [Poster].
19. Crepaldi, D., Rastle, K., Davis, C.J. (2009). What’s the difference between OVERHANG and HANGOVER? Morpheme position representation in the human mind. 6th Morphological Processing Conference, Turku, Finland, 14‑17 June [Talk].
18. Crepaldi, D., Coltheart, M., Nickels, L., Rastle, K. (2008). Early morpho-orthographic segmentation and masked irregular priming. Pre-psychonomic Symposium on Lexical Processing, Chicago, US, 12-13 Novermber 2008 [Talk].
17. Crepaldi, D., Coltheart, M., Nickels, L., Rastle, K. (2008). Irregular morphological priming and early morpho-orthographic segmentation. 49th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, US, 14-17 November 2008 [Poster].
16. Crepaldi, D., Marelli, M., Luzzatti, C. (2008). Mental representation and processing of nominal compounds: evidence from constituent priming in Italian. 14th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Cambridge, UK, 4-6 September [Poster].
15. Crepaldi, D., Berlingeri, M., Cattinelli, I., Borghese, A., Paulesu, E., Luzzatti, C. (2008). Nouns and verb in the brain: a meta-analysis of 27 fMRI and PET studies. First meeting of the European Federation of the Neuropsychological Societies, Edinburgh, UK, 2-5 September. [Poster]
14. Marelli, M, Crepaldi, D., Luzzatti, C. (2008). Disentangling headedness from consituent position in italian compound processing: evidence from priming effects. First meeting of the European Federation of the Neuropsychological Societies, Edinburgh, UK, 2-5 September. [Poster]
13. Crepaldi, D., Berlingeri, M., Luzzatti, C., Paulesu, E. (2007). Nouns and verbs in the brain: grammatical class and task-demand effects as revealed by fMRI. Annual Meeting of the Italian Neuropsychological Societies, Bologna, 23-24 November. [Talk]
12. Crepaldi, D., Arduino, L.S., Luzzatti, C. (2007). Classe grammaticale ed effetti di priming: rappresentazione semantica e decomposizione morfologica di nomi e verbi (Grammatical class and priming effects: semantic representation and morphological parsing of nouns and verbs). Annual Meeting of the Italian Association of Experimental Psychology, Como, 17‑19 September. [Talk]
11. Berlingeri, M., Crepaldi, D., Scialfa, G., Luzzatti, C., Paulesu, E. (2007). Correlati neurali del recupero lessicale di nomi e verbi: effetti di classe grammaticale ed effetti di task demand (Neural correlates of noun and verb lexical retrieval: grammatical class and task demand effects). Annual Meeting of the Italian Association of Experimental Psychology, Como, 17‑19 September. [Poster]
10. Crepaldi, D., Arduino, L.S., Luzzatti, C. (2007). Is there semantic priming with verbs? Evidence from word naming in Italian. The 2007 Meeting of the European Society of Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP), Marseille, France, 29 August-1 September. [Poster]
9. Crepaldi, D., Coltheart, M., Nickels, L. (2007). Early recognition of irregular words: evidence from morphological priming in English. The 2007 Meeting of the European Society of Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP), Marseille, France, 29 August-1 September. [Poster]
8. Crepaldi, D., Ingignoli, C., Semenza, C., Luzzatti, C. (2007). Noun-verb dissociation in aphasic patients’ spontaneous speech. The 25th European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 21-26 January. [Talk]
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. The 25th European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 21-26 January. [Talk]
6. Crepaldi, D., Ingignoli, C., Semenza, C., Luzzatti, C. (2006). Noun-verb dissociation in aphasia: the analysis of spontaneous speech as a way of addressing the underlying cognitive impairment. Annual Meeting of the Italian Neuropsychological Societies, Bologna, 25-26 November. [Talk]
5. Crepaldi, D. (October 2006). Supercalifragilistichespiralidoso: verso un modello del riconoscimento di parole (esistenti) morfologicamente complesse (Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious: modeling the recognition of (existing) morphologically complex written words). Department Seminar, Department of Psychology, University of Milano‑Bicocca, Milan. [Talk].
4. Crepaldi, D., Ingignoli, C., Semenza, C., Luzzatti, C. (2006). Noun-verb dissociation in aphasia: type/token differences in the analysis of spontaneous speech. The Science of Aphasia VII, Alghero, Italy, 7-12 September. [Talk]
3. Crepaldi, D., Aggujaro, S., Arduino, L.S., Zonca, G., Ghirardi, G., Inzaghi, M.G., Colombo, M., Chierchia, G., Luzzatti, C. (2004). Selective impairments of nouns and verbs in aphasia: a word retrieval task in sentence context. The Science of Aphasia V, Potsdam, Germany, 16-21 September. [Talk]
2. Crepaldi, D., Aggujaro, S., Arduino, L.S., Zonca, G., Ghirardi, G., Inzaghi, M.G., Colombo, M., Chierchia, G., Luzzatti, C. (2004). Retrieval of nouns and verbs in a sentence context: a neuropsychological study. The First Congress of the European Neuropsychological Societies, Modena, Italy, 18-20 April. [Poster]
1. Crepaldi, D., Aggujaro, S., Arduino, L.S., Zonca, G., Ghirardi, G., Inzaghi, M.G., Colombo, M., Chierchia, G., Luzzatti, C. (2004). Selective impairment of Nouns and Verbs in aphasia: The role of imageability revisited using a noun- and verb-retrieval task in a sentence context. The 22nd European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology, Bressanone, Italy, 25-30 January. [Talk]