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Giuseppe Pellizzer, Ph.D.

Principal Investigator, Brain Sciences Center

Associate Professor, Neuroscience, University of Minnesota

Specialties
Spatial cognition; motor planning and control.

Education
Ph.D., Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Geneva, Switzerland

M.A., Faculty of Psychology and Educational Services, University of Geneva, Switzerland

B.A., Faculty of Psychology and Educational Services, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Selected publications

  • Ince N.F., Gupta R., Arica S., Tewfik A., Ashe J. and Pellizzer G. (2010) High accuracy decoding of movement target direction in non-human primates based on common spatial patterns of local field potentials. PLoS ONE 5(12): e14384.
  • Tzagarakis C., Ince N.F., Leuthold A. and Pellizzer G. (2010) Beta-band activity during motor planning reflects response uncertainty. Journal of Neuroscience 30, 1120-11277.
  • Pellizzer G. and Zesiger P. (2009) Drawing movements in 8- to 12-year old children: Hypothesis regarding spatio-motor processing during continuous movements. Cortex 45, 356-367.
  • Pellizzer G. and Stephane M. (2007) Response selection in schizophrenia. Experimental Brain Research 180, 705-714.
  • Pellizzer G. and Hedges J.H. (2003) Motor planning: effect of directional uncertainty with discrete spatial cues. Experimental Brain Research 150: 276-289.
  • Carpenter A.F., Georgopoulos A.P. and Pellizzer G. (1999) Motor cortical encoding of serial order in a context-recall task. Science 283, 1752-1757.
  • Pellizzer G. (1996) Mental transformations in the motor cortex. Cognitive Brain Research 5, 123-130.
  • Pellizzer G., Sargent P. and Georgopoulos A.P. (1995) Motor cortical activity in a context-recall task. Science 269, 702-705.

 


 

 
Updated December 4, 2015