Capasso, Rita
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 2.750
EU - Europa 621
AS - Asia 105
OC - Oceania 2
Totale 3.478
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 2.747
UA - Ucraina 158
IT - Italia 153
SE - Svezia 81
FI - Finlandia 78
CN - Cina 75
GB - Regno Unito 66
BG - Bulgaria 29
DE - Germania 26
IN - India 10
NL - Olanda 9
SG - Singapore 8
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 5
FR - Francia 4
ID - Indonesia 4
CA - Canada 3
TH - Thailandia 3
AL - Albania 2
AU - Australia 2
CH - Svizzera 2
GR - Grecia 2
KR - Corea 2
RO - Romania 2
AT - Austria 1
AZ - Azerbaigian 1
DK - Danimarca 1
HK - Hong Kong 1
IE - Irlanda 1
JP - Giappone 1
PL - Polonia 1
Totale 3.478
Città #
Chandler 370
Fairfield 366
Jacksonville 339
Ashburn 198
Woodbridge 195
Seattle 163
Wilmington 156
Cambridge 127
Houston 113
San Mateo 86
Ann Arbor 77
Princeton 75
Beijing 48
Trento 41
Lawrence 39
New York 38
Sofia 28
Helsinki 27
San Diego 23
Boardman 21
London 12
Bologna 10
Falls Church 10
Milan 10
Washington 10
Dearborn 9
Fremont 8
Rome 8
Des Moines 6
Los Angeles 6
Shanghai 6
Bratislava 5
Kunming 5
Nijmegen 5
Saint Louis 5
Singapore 5
Bengaluru 4
Bielefeld 4
Bonndorf 4
Hefei 4
Sheffield 4
Torri Del Benaco 4
Albino 3
Andover 3
Bangkok 3
Düsseldorf 3
Edinburgh 3
Kilburn 3
Lentini 3
Padova 3
Toronto 3
Volterra 3
Altamura 2
Dreumel 2
Gangnam-gu 2
Magenta 2
Manchester 2
Napoli 2
Norwalk 2
Pisa 2
San Jose 2
San Paolo di Civitate 2
Shaoxing 2
Taranto 2
Trieste 2
Tübingen 2
Venezia 2
Vicovaro 2
Villafranca Padovana 2
Zeddam 2
Acireale 1
Acton 1
Atlanta 1
Auronzo Di Cadore 1
Bad Bellingen 1
Baku 1
Baotou 1
Basel 1
Bolzano 1
Carbonera 1
Charlotte 1
Chioggia 1
Chiswick 1
Civitanova Marche 1
Como 1
Costa Mesa 1
Dublin 1
Florence 1
Foggia 1
Fuzhou 1
Genova 1
Gunzenhausen 1
Hebei 1
Hollywood 1
Hong Kong 1
Hounslow 1
Hyderabad 1
Impruneta 1
Islington 1
Jinan 1
Totale 2.770
Nome #
Time reference in nonfluent and fluent aphasia: a cross-linguistic test of the PAst DIscourse LInking Hypothesis 115
A computer-aided evaluation of error patterns in aphasic speech 114
Distinguishable neurofunctional effects of task practice and item practice in picture naming: a BOLD fMRI study in healthy subjects. 113
Pure word deafness following left temporal damage: Behavioral and neuroanatomical evidence from a new case 101
Language testing in brain tumor patients 100
Behavioral effects and neural underpinnings of phonological treatment of anomia 27 years post-onset: an fMRI case study 99
Cognitive outcome after awake surgery for tumors in language areas 93
Lexical and morphological dissociations between nouns and verbs: behavioral and neuroanatomical data 92
The role of Broca's area in speech perception: evidence from aphasia revisited. 92
Across-session consistency of performance and stability of error constraints in aphasic naming 90
Consequences of reduced representational distinctiveness and temporal instability on reading accuracy in patients with dysgraphia due to orthographic short-term memory damage: A new case and a literature review. 90
Patterns of comprehension performance in agrammatic Broca's aphasia: a test of the trace deletion hypothesis 84
The relationships between morphological and phonological errors in aphasic speech: data from a word repetition task 78
Interactivity and continuity in normal and aphasic language production 78
Separable processing of consonants and vowels 75
The neural correlates of grammatical gender: An fMRI investigation 73
A reverse concreteness effect in a subject with semantic dementia 70
Reversed concreteness effect for nouns in a subject with semantic dementia. 70
Temporal stability and representational distinctiveness: key functions of orthographic working memory. 68
Delimiting the borders of Pure Word Deafness: a single case report 68
The role of the graphemic buffer in reading 67
Word-centred neglect dyslexia: Evidence from a new case. 67
The categorical distinction of vowel and consonant representations: evidence from dysgraphia 64
The independence of phonological and orthographic lexical forms: Evidence from aphasia. 63
Modelling picture naming in aphasia: the relationship between consistency and predictability of responses 63
Awake surgery between art and science. Part II: language and cognitive mapping. 62
Il sistema dei numeri e del calcolo nella normalità e nella patologia 61
Semantic category dissociations and the fusiform gyrus : observations on stroke patients 61
I disturbi del calcolo. Diagnosi e riabilitazione 60
Delimiting the borders of Pure Word Deafness: a single case report 60
Semantically-based recurrent perseverations in a subject with selective damage to biological category knowledge 60
Acquired dysgraphia in a professional stenographer. 59
Il sistema semantico-lessicale e le procedure sublessicali nellaproduzione di parole: Osservazioni neuropsicologiche 56
Phonological agraphia: functional and anatomical correlates of seven cases. 55
The remediation of anomia resulting from output lexical damage: Analysis of two cases. 55
Phonological similarity between target and semantic errors in picture naming: Are aphasic patients a homogeneous group? A study of 31 cases. 54
Posterior cerebral artery infarcts and semantic category dissociations: A study of 28 patients. 53
Esame Neuropsicologico per l'Afasia - E.N.P.A. 51
The dissociation of color from form and function knowledge 49
Mapping language areas during a naming task: the effect of repeated sessions and language training 48
Selective disorder in writing double letters. 47
Calculation and number processing in normality and pathology 47
Semantically-related perseverations in a subject with category-specific disorder 46
Semantic errors as neuropsychological evidence for the autonomy and the interaction of phonological and orthographic forms. 46
Selective deficit for people¿s names following left temporal damage: An impairment of domain-specific knowledge. 45
The categorical distinction of consonant and vowel representations: Evidence from dysgraphia 44
Le afasie 43
Neuroplasticity induced by phonological lexical training: an fMRI investigation 43
Rigid and non-rigid objects in canonical and non-canonical view: Effects of unilateral stroke on object identification. 40
The interaction of lexical and non-lexical mechanisms in reading, writing, and repetition. 38
Spelling and dysgraphia 32
Semantic damage following posterior cerebral artery stroke: a report on 24 consecutive cases 29
The role of a cognitive model in the treatment of calculation and number processing disorders 27
Neurofunctional correlates of auditory and visual sentence comprehension: Evidence from aphasia 27
Riabilitazione del Sistema dei numeri e del Calcolo 23
Language Assessment in Multilingualism and Awake Neurosurgery 23
Valutazione dell’uso delle preposizioni nei disturbi del linguaggio (ValPre). Batteria standardizzata. 14
Production of Sentential Negation in German and Italian Non-fluent Aphasia 1
Totale 3.546
Categoria #
all - tutte 15.378
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 998
Totale 16.376


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019221 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 125 96
2019/2020789 48 27 63 72 95 44 98 72 116 72 23 59
2020/2021603 20 93 9 78 58 64 54 37 65 39 56 30
2021/2022511 20 103 5 21 8 13 18 95 20 33 65 110
2022/2023715 118 57 17 97 74 119 0 67 88 11 49 18
2023/2024236 22 24 17 11 15 74 27 24 7 10 5 0
Totale 3.546