Laboratory of Social Neuroscience and Comparative Development
Gino Coudé

Phone: (334) 37 91 12

G. Coudé has studied neuroscience at Université de Montréal. He has worked on the neurophysiology and neuroanatomy of motor and mirror neurons in nonhuman primates, on vocalization neurophysiology and behavior in nonhuman primates, and on grasping kinematics in human and nonhuman primates at Università di Parma and Università di Ferrara

  • E.De Stefani, M.Ardizzi, Y.Nicolini, M.Belluardo, A.Barbot, C.Bertolini, G.Garofalo, B.Bianchi, G.Coudè, L.Murray, P.F.Ferrari
    Children with facial paralysis due to Moebius syndrome exhibit reduced autonomic modulation during emotion processing.
    Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders, 12, Vol: 11, (2019), doi: 10.1186/s11689-019-9272-2
  • G.Coudè, G.Toschi, F.Festante, M.Bimbi, J.Bonaiuto, P.F.Ferrari
    Grasping Neurons in the Ventral Premotor Cortex of Macaques Are Modulated by Social Goals.
    Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 299--313, Vol: 31, (2019), doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_01353
  • M.Bimbi, F.Festante, G.Coudè, R.E.Vanderwert, N.A.Fox, P.F.Ferrari
    Simultaneous scalp recorded EEG and local field potentials from monkey ventral premotor cortex during action observation and execution reveals the contribution of mirror and motor neurons to the mu-rhythm.
    NeuroImage, 22--31, Vol: 175, (2018), doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2018.03.037
  • P.F. Ferrari, M. Gerbella, G. Coudé, S. Rozzi
    Two different mirror neuron networks: The sensorimotor (hand) and limbic (face) pathways
    Neuroscience, 300 - 315, Vol: 358, (2017), doi:
  • Gino Coudè, Pier Francesco Ferrari, Francesca Rodá, Monica Maranesi, Eleonora Borelli, Vania Veroni, Fabio Monti, Stefano Rozzi, Leonardo Fogassi
    Neurons Controlling Voluntary Vocalization in the Macaque Ventral Premotor Cortex
    PLoS ONE, e26822, Vol: 6, (2011), doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0026822

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