Leonardo Fernandino
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Toward a brain-based componential semantic representation
JR Binder, LL Conant, CJ Humphries, L Fernandino, SB Simons, ...
Cognitive neuropsychology 33 (3-4), 130-174, 2016
Concept representation reflects multimodal abstraction: A framework for embodied semantics
L Fernandino, JR Binder, RH Desai, SL Pendl, CJ Humphries, WL Gross, ...
Cerebral cortex 26 (5), 2018-2034, 2016
Parkinson’s disease disrupts both automatic and controlled processing of action verbs
L Fernandino, LL Conant, JR Binder, K Blindauer, B Hiner, K Spangler, ...
Brain and language 127 (1), 65-74, 2013
Common and dissociable prefrontal loci associated with component mechanisms of analogical reasoning
S Cho, TD Moody, L Fernandino, JA Mumford, RA Poldrack, TD Cannon, ...
Cerebral cortex 20 (3), 524-533, 2010
Where is the action? Action sentence processing in Parkinson's disease
L Fernandino, LL Conant, JR Binder, K Blindauer, B Hiner, K Spangler, ...
Neuropsychologia 51 (8), 1510-1517, 2013
Predicting neural activity patterns associated with sentences using a neurobiologically motivated model of semantic representation
AJ Anderson, JR Binder, L Fernandino, CJ Humphries, LL Conant, ...
Cerebral Cortex 27 (9), 4379-4395, 2017
Are cortical motor maps based on body parts or coordinated actions? Implications for embodied semantics
L Fernandino, M Iacoboni
Brain and language 112 (1), 44-53, 2010
Predicting brain activation patterns associated with individual lexical concepts based on five sensory-motor attributes
L Fernandino, CJ Humphries, MS Seidenberg, WL Gross, LL Conant, ...
Neuropsychologia 76, 17-26, 2015
Decoding the information structure underlying the neural representation of concepts
L Fernandino, JQ Tong, LL Conant, CJ Humphries, JR Binder
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (6), e2108091119, 2022
Heteromodal cortical areas encode sensory-motor features of word meaning
L Fernandino, CJ Humphries, LL Conant, MS Seidenberg, JR Binder
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (38), 9763-9769, 2016
Multiple regions of a cortical network commonly encode the meaning of words in multiple grammatical positions of read sentences
AJ Anderson, EC Lalor, F Lin, JR Binder, L Fernandino, CJ Humphries, ...
Cerebral cortex 29 (6), 2396-2411, 2019
An integrated neural decoder of linguistic and experiential meaning
AJ Anderson, JR Binder, L Fernandino, CJ Humphries, LL Conant, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (45), 8969-8987, 2019
Deep artificial neural networks reveal a distributed cortical network encoding propositional sentence-level meaning
AJ Anderson, D Kiela, JR Binder, L Fernandino, CJ Humphries, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 41 (18), 4100-4119, 2021
A distributed network for multimodal experiential representation of concepts
J Tong, JR Binder, C Humphries, S Mazurchuk, LL Conant, L Fernandino
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (37), 7121-7130, 2022
The effects of bilateral presentations on lateralized lexical decision
L Fernandino, M Iacoboni, E Zaidel
Brain and Cognition 64 (1), 60-67, 2007
Semantic processing
JR Binder, L Fernandino
Academic Press, 2015
What we mean when we say semantic: A consensus statement on the nomenclature of semantic memory
J Reilly, M Diaz, L Pylkkänen, E Jefferies, D Poeppel, G Zubicaray, ...
PsyArXiv preprint: https://osf. io/pre prints/psyarxiv/xrnb2, 2023
Neural processing of word meaning
JR Binder, L Fernandino
Dynamic modularity in interhemispheric interaction
E Zaidel, L Fernandino
Brain and Cognition 67 (1), 46, 2008
How does the “default mode” network contribute to semantic cognition?
L Fernandino, JR Binder
Brain and Language 252, 105405, 2024
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