ANOBILE, GIOVANNI
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 2.212
EU - Europa 1.209
AS - Asia 368
OC - Oceania 5
AF - Africa 2
SA - Sud America 2
Totale 3.798
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 2.205
PL - Polonia 380
IT - Italia 323
IE - Irlanda 212
HK - Hong Kong 138
SE - Svezia 116
SG - Singapore 71
CN - Cina 65
JO - Giordania 64
RU - Federazione Russa 58
GB - Regno Unito 48
FI - Finlandia 16
VN - Vietnam 16
DE - Germania 12
ES - Italia 8
CA - Canada 7
PT - Portogallo 7
BE - Belgio 6
UA - Ucraina 6
KR - Corea 5
AU - Australia 4
FR - Francia 4
NL - Olanda 4
PH - Filippine 3
TR - Turchia 3
AT - Austria 2
GR - Grecia 2
HU - Ungheria 2
NO - Norvegia 2
PE - Perù 2
TW - Taiwan 2
TZ - Tanzania 2
EE - Estonia 1
IN - India 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
Totale 3.798
Città #
Warsaw 378
Fairfield 361
Ashburn 222
Dublin 208
Chandler 200
Woodbridge 167
Houston 137
Seattle 130
Cambridge 127
Wilmington 93
Altamura 90
Hong Kong 90
Lawrence 85
Ann Arbor 61
Princeton 58
Florence 52
Buffalo 42
Moscow 40
Milan 37
Singapore 32
Boston 30
Medford 29
San Diego 28
Boardman 26
Kent 24
Beijing 23
Shanghai 20
New York 18
Dong Ket 16
Norwalk 16
Pisa 12
Rome 12
Falls Church 10
Modena 10
Barcelona 8
Brooklyn 8
Lisbon 7
Redwood City 7
South Ockendon 7
Avigliano 6
Brussels 6
London 6
Los Angeles 6
Toronto 6
Andover 5
Hillsboro 5
Seoul 5
Cagliari 4
Kilburn 4
Knoxville 4
Old Bridge 4
Serra 4
Sydney 4
Bagno a Ripoli 3
Izmir 3
Jacksonville 3
Menlo Park 3
Phoenix 3
Santa Clara 3
Trento 3
Arezzo 2
Bacoor 2
Bologna 2
Chicago 2
Dar es Salaam 2
Graz 2
Hounslow 2
Lima 2
Lucca 2
Palermo 2
Piraeus 2
Potsdam 2
Saint-Fons 2
San Francisco 2
Serravalle Pistoiese 2
Stockport 2
Trondheim 2
Xi'an 2
Acton 1
Ashton-under-Lyne 1
Avio 1
Bari 1
Berlin 1
Birmingham 1
Bluffton 1
Budapest 1
Calenzano 1
Campi Bisenzio 1
Cascina 1
Cedar Knolls 1
Central 1
Chiswick 1
Clifton 1
Columbus 1
Dallas 1
Follonica 1
Forest City 1
Grevenbroich 1
Guangzhou 1
Helsinki 1
Totale 3.069
Nome #
A shared numerical representation for action and perception. 262
Attention and Numerosity perception in adults and children. 238
Spatial but Not Temporal Numerosity Thresholds Correlate With Formal Math Skills in Children 122
Spontaneous perception of numerosity in humans 120
Independent adaptation mechanisms for numerosity and size perception provide evidence against a common sense of magnitude 102
Distortions of visual time induced by motor adaptation 101
Mechanisms for perception of numerosity or texture-density are governed by crowding-like effects 99
Time, number and attention in very low birth weight children 95
Numerosity but not texture-density discrimination correlates with math ability in children 95
“Groupitizing”: a strategy for numerosity estimation 92
Number As a Primary Perceptual Attribute: A Review 91
Linear mapping of numbers onto space requires attention 91
Psychophysical evidence for the number sense 88
Higher attentional costs for numerosity estimation at high densities 85
Motor adaptation distorts visual space 85
Different reaction-times for subitizing, estimation, and texture 82
Connecting visual objects reduces perceived numerosity and density for sparse but not dense patterns 82
Adaptation Affects Both High and Low (Subitized) Numbers Under Conditions of High Attentional Load 80
Subitizing but not estimation of numerosity requires attentional resources 79
Simultaneous and sequential subitizing are separate systems, and neither predicts math abilities 79
Spontaneous perception of numerosity in pre-school children 78
Compressive mapping of number to space reflects dynamic encoding mechanisms, not static logarithmic transform 78
The effects of cross-sensory attentional demand on subitizing and on mapping number onto space 76
Near optimal encoding of numerosity in typical and dyscalculic development 75
Math Anxiety Mediates the Link Between Number Sense and Math Achievements in High Math Anxiety Young Adults 69
Numbers in Action 66
Separate mechanisms for perception of numerosity and density. 65
Visual sustained attention and numerosity sensitivity correlate with math achievement in children. 65
Spontaneous representation of numerosity in typical and dyscalculic development 63
Typical numerosity adaptation despite selectively impaired number acuity in dyscalculia 61
Grouping strategies in number estimation extend the subitizing range 60
Implicit visuospatial attention shapes numerosity adaptation and perception 59
The effects of cross-sensory attentional demand on subitizing and on mapping number onto space 59
Numerosity adaptation partly depends on the allocation of implicit numerosity-contingent visuo-spatial attention 57
Groupitizing Improves Estimation of Numerosity of Auditory Sequences 52
A Sensorimotor Numerosity System 49
Perception of geometric sequences and numerosity both predict formal geometric competence in primary school children 49
Mathematics and Numerosity but Not Visuo-Spatial Working Memory Correlate with Mathematical Anxiety in Adults 49
Groupitizing modifies neural coding of numerosity 46
Auditory time thresholds in the range of milliseconds but not seconds are impaired in ADHD 44
Symmetry as a grouping cue for numerosity perception 43
Three-systems for visual numerosity: A single case study 39
Numerosity perception is tuned to salient environmental features 39
Normal Retinotopy in Primary Visual Cortex in a Congenital Complete Unilateral Lesion of Lateral Geniculate Nucleus in Human: A Case Study 38
Uncertainty and prior assumptions, rather than innate logarithmic encoding, explain non-linear number-to-space mapping 36
Typical crossmodal numerosity perception in preterm newborns 35
Time and numerosity estimation in peripersonal and extrapersonal space 33
Visual Duration but Not Numerosity Is Distorted While Running 33
Cognitive processes underlying arithmetical skills in primary school: The role of fluency, handwriting, number line and number acuity 31
Unimpaired groupitizing in children and adolescents with dyscalculia 30
When color "counts": evidence of color-selective numerosity adaptation 28
Neurocognitive Assessment of Mathematics-Related Capacities in Neurosurgical Patients 26
Visual P2p component responds to perceived numerosity 26
Similar effect of running on visual and auditory time perception in the ranges of milliseconds and seconds 18
Math difficulties in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder do not originate from the visual number sense 17
The symmetry-induced numerosity illusion depends on visual attention 12
Top-down determinants of the numerosity–time interaction 11
The role of non-numerical information in the perception of temporal numerosity 10
Auditory time perception impairment in children with developmental dyscalculia 10
Sensorimotor mechanisms selective to numerosity derived from individual differences 5
On the Nature of the Interplay of Perception, Action, and Cognition 3
Totale 3.911
Categoria #
all - tutte 14.251
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 0
Totale 14.251


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2019/2020678 43 33 15 44 81 90 83 86 79 42 51 31
2020/2021590 40 53 5 50 29 125 39 37 65 73 40 34
2021/2022476 11 9 92 7 13 51 17 34 19 19 88 116
2022/2023990 98 236 39 47 62 138 151 55 120 15 18 11
2023/2024634 21 41 69 27 51 57 23 115 15 75 62 78
2024/202577 77 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totale 3.911