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Angela Bartolo

MSc(Padua, Italy) - PhD(Aberdeen, UK) - HDR(Lille, France)

Professor in Neuropsychology

Membre junior de l'Institut Universitaire de France (IUF) (2015-2020)

Research interests

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF MOTOR COGNITION


Publications

H-index: 13

PEER REVIEWED PAPERS

 (students)

  1. Lesourd, M., Budriesi, C., Osiurak, F., Nichelli, P.F., & Bartolo, A. (in press). Mechanical knowledge does matter to tool use even when assessed with a non-production task: evidence from left brain-damaged patients. Journal of Neuropsychology.

  2. Lesourd, M., Osiurak, F., Baumard, J., Bartolo, A., Vanbellingen, T., & Reynaud, E. (2018). Cerebral correlates of imitation of intransitive gestures: an integrative review of neuroimaging data and brain lesion studies. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 95: 44-60 https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1XqvY_3PxpXsQ4.

  3. Bartolo, A., Rossetti, Y., Revol, P., Urquizar, C., Pisella, L. & Coello, Y. (2018). Reachability judgment in optic ataxia: effect of peripheral vision on hand and target perception in depth. Cortex, Jan;98:102-113.

  4. Collette, C., Bonnotte, I., Jacquemont, C., Kalènine, S., & Bartolo, A. (2016). The development of object function and manipulation knowledge: evidence from a semantic priming study. Frontiers in Psychology: Cognitive Sciences, Aug 23;7:1239.
  5. Bartolo, A., & Stieglitz Ham, H. (2016). A cognitive overview of limb apraxia. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, Aug;16(8):7. 
  6. Bartolo, A., Della Sala, S., & Cubelli, R. (2016). The sign of "Undue Contact" in the Object Use Test. Cortex, Feb;75:235-6
  7. Balconi, M., Vanutelli, M.E., Bartolo, A., & Cortesi, L. (2015). Transitive and intransitive gesture execution and observation compared to resting state. The hemodynamic measures (fNIRS). Cognitive Processing, 16 (1), 125-129
  8. Dewaele, J., Bartolo, A., Macchi, L., & Cautillon, M-E. (2015). Relationship between limb dyspraxia and dyslexia in children with learning disabilities. Psychologie Française, 60(3): 285-300.
  9. Bartolo, A., Coello, Y., Delepoulle, S., Edwards, M.G., Endo, S., & Wing, A.M. (2014). Contribution of the motor system to the perception of reachable space: an fMRI study, European Journal of Neuroscience, 40(12):3807-17.
  10. Bartolo, A. Carlier, M., Hassaini, S., Martin, Y., & Coello, Y. (2014). The perception of peripersonal space in right and left brain damage hemiplegic patients. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Jan 27;8:3.
  11. Bartolo, A., & Cubelli, R. (2014) The cognitive models of limb apraxia and the specific properties of meaningful gestures. Discussion forum on « Apraxia, the cognitive side of motor control, by Georg Goldenberg, Oxford University Press, 2013. Cortex, 57, 297-8.
  12. Goel, V., Vartanian, O., Bartolo, A., Hakim, L., Ferraro, A.M., Isella, V., Appollonio, I., Drei, S., & Nichelli, P. (2013). Lesions to right prefrontal cortex impair real-world planning through premature commitments. Neuropsychologia, 51, 713-724. 
  13. Stieglitz Ham, H., & Bartolo, A. (2012). Exploring the Relationship between Gesture and Language in ASD. Perspectives of Language Learning and Education (ASHA Journal), 19(2), 56-65. 
  14. Stieglitz Ham, H., Bartolo, A., Corley, M., Rajendran, G., Szabo, A., & Swanson, S. (2011). Exploring the Relationship between Gestural Recognition and Imitation: Evidence of Dyspraxia in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 41(1), 1-12.
  15. Stieglitz Ham, H., Bartolo, A., Corley, M., Swanson, S., & Rajendran, T. (2010). Selective deficit in the production of intransitive gestures in an individual with autism Cortex, 46(3), 407-409. 
  16. Coello, Y., Bartolo, A., Amiri, B., Houdayer, E., Devanne, H., & Derambure, P. (2008). Perceiving what is reachable depends on motor representations: Evidence from a transcranial magnetic stimulation study. PlosOne, 3(8), 1-12. 
  17. Bartolo, A., Drei, S., Cubelli, R. & Della Sala, S. (2008). Approccio cognitivo alla valutazione dell’aprassia degli arti: presentazione di una nuova batteria. Giornale Italiano di Psicologia, XXXV(2), 435-460.
  18. Bartolo, A., Cubelli, R., & Della Sala, S. (2008). Cognitive approach to the assessment of limb apraxia. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 22(1), 27-45.
  19. Bartolo, A.,Weisbecker, A. & Coello, Y. (2007). Linguistic and spatial information for action. Behavioural Brain Research, 184, 19-30.
  20. Goel, V., Tierney, M., Sheesley, L., Bartolo, A., Vartanian, O., & Grafman, J. (2007). Hemispheric specialization for resolving certain and uncertain inferences in the human brain. Cerebral Cortex, 17(10), 2245-2250. 
  21. Bartolo, A., Daümuller, M., Della Sala, S., & Goldenberg, G. (2007). Relationship between object-related gestures and the fractionated object knowledge system. Behavioural Neurology, 18(3): 143-7.
  22. Bartolo, A., Benuzzi, F., Nocetti, L., Baraldi, P., & Nichelli, P. (2006). Humor comprehension and appreciation: an fMRI study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 18(11), 1789-1798. 
  23. Cubelli, R., Bartolo, A., Nichelli, P., & Della Sala, S. (2006). List effect in apraxia assessment. Neuroscience Letters, 407(2), 118-120. 
  24. Cocchini, G., Bartolo, A., & Nichelli, P. (2006). Left ipsilesional neglect for visual imagery: A mental image generation impairment? Neurocase, 12(3), 197-206. 
  25. Goel, V., Bartolo, A., St.Claire, D., & Venneri, A. (2004). Logical reasoning deficits in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 66, 87-88.
  26. Cocchini, G., A. Bartolo, & Nichelli P. (2004). Ipsilesional neglect for the left imaginal space. Cortex, 40, 164-165. 
  27. Bartolo, A., R. Cubelli, Della Sala, S., & Drei, S. (2003). Pantomimes are special gestures, which rely on working memory. Brain and Cognition, 53, 483-494.
  28. Venneri, A., Bartolo, A., McCrimmon, S. & St.Claire, D. (2002). Memory and dating of past events in schizophrenia. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 8, 861-866.
  29. Bartolo, A., Cubelli, R., Della Sala, S., Drei, S. & Marchetti, C. (2001). Double dissociation between meaningful and meaningless gesture reproduction in apraxia. Cortex, 37, 696-699. 

BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Bartolo, A., Bonnotte, I., & Coello, Y. (2014). Les liens langage-action dans la production et la perception des actes moteurs volontaires. In V. Frak & T. Nazir (eds.), Le langage au bout des doigts: les liens fonctionnels entre la motricité et le langage (p. 105-136). Montréal, Presses universitaires de Montréal. ISBN 978-2-7605-4004-0
  2. Bartolo, A. (2014). Comprehension of humor. In S. Attardo (ed.) Encyclopedia of Humor Studies . London/New York, SAGE Publications Ltd. ISBN: 9781412999090
  3. Coello, Y., & Bartolo, A. (2014). Language and action in cognitive neuroscience. Hove: Psychology Press. ISBN: 978-1-84872-082-4 
  4. Coello, Y., & Bartolo, A. (2014). Contribution of the motor system to language perception and comprehension: Evidence, controversy and new research avenues for the future. In Y. Coello & A. Bartolo (eds.), Language and action in cognitive neuroscience (p. 321-354). Hove, Psychology Press.ISBN: 978-1-84872-082-4 
  5. Stieglitz Ham, H., & Bartolo, A. (2012). The relationship between gesture and language in brain damaged patients and individuals with autism. In Y. Coello & A. Bartolo (eds.), Language and action in cognitive neuroscience (p. 285-306). Hove, Psychology Press. ISBN: 978-1-84872-082-4 
  6. Delevoye-Turrell, Y., Bartolo, A., & Coello, Y. (2010). Motor representations and the perception of space. In N. Gangopadhyay, M. Madary, & F. Spicer (eds.), Perception, action, and consciousness. Sensorimotor Dynamics and Two Visual Systems (p. 217-242). Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780199551118
  7. Bartolo, A., & Della Sala, S. (2006). L’azione impropria. Il calvario dell’aprassia. In S. Della Sala & N. Beschin (eds.). Il cervello ferito (p.131-144). Firenze, Giunti Editore. ISBN 88-09-04428-2
  8. Bartolo, A., & Della Sala, S. (2006). I segreti delle pantomime. Viaggio nel magazzino dei gesti. In S. Della Sala & N. Beschin (eds.). Il cervello ferito (p. 145-156). Firenze, Giunti Editore. ISBN 88-09-04428-2
  9. Bartolo, A., & Della Sala, S. (2006). Il blackout dell’umorismo. Quelli che non sanno più sorridere. In S. Della Sala & N. Beschin (eds.). Il mondo cervello ferito (p. 235-244). Firenze, Giunti Editore.ISBN 88-09-04428-2

PROCEEDINGS

  1. Collette, C., Bonnotte, I., Jacquemont, C., Kalénine, S., & Bartolo, A. (2016). Manipulation and function knowledge in a lifespan perspective: evidence from a semantic priming study. Perception, 45: 281.
  2. Jacquemont, C., Collette, C., Bartolo, A., Bonnotte, I., & Kalénine, S. (2013). Construction d’un matériel expérimental pour la détection des troubles praxiques. Actes du 55e Congrès National de la Société Française de Psychologie « Psychologie et conscience ». 159-160.
  3. Bartolo, A., Stieglitz Ham, H., Dewaele, J., Macchi, L., Boidein, F., & Casalis, S. (2012). Relationship between language and gestures in neuropsychology, Neuropsychological Trends, 12, 20.
  4. Bartolo, A., Coello, Y., Delepoulle, S., Edwards, M.G., Endo, S. & Wing, A.M. (2009). Neurobiological basis of reachability judgement: an fMRI study, Neuroimage, 47, S171. 
  5. Coello, Y., Bartolo, A., & Bourgeois, J. (2009). Visual perception of peripersonal space depends on motor representation: Evidence from psychophysical and brain imaging studies, Perception, 38: 65. 
  6. Coello, Y., Bartolo, A., Amiri, B., & Bourgeois, J. (2008). Being conscious of what is reachable in the peripersonal space, International Journal of Psychology, 3-4: 432. 
  7. Coello, Y., Bartolo, A., & Weisbecker, A. (2007). Linguistic and spatial information for action. Perception, 36, 220-221.
  8. Coello, Y., Bartolo, A., & Weisbecker, A. (2007). Visual processing of words and spatial information for action. Journal of Vision, 7(9), 514.
  9. Benuzzi, F., Fioravanti, V., Bartolo, A., Lui, F., Baraldi, P., Nocetti, L., & Nichelli, P. (2007). The amygdala and the prefrontal cortex in processing social emotions. Neuroimage, 31.
  10. Tondelli, M., Benuzzi, F., Bartolo, A., Baraldi, P., Nocetti, L., & Nichelli, P. (2006). Functional lateralization of the mesial-temporal lobe structures from emotional linguistic cues. Neuroimage, 31.
  11. Benuzzi, F., Fioravanti, V., Bartolo, A., Lui, F., Baraldi, P., Nocetti, L., & Nichelli, P. (2006). Explicit and implicit processing of mental states from eyes cues. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, available on CD-Rom in Neuroimage, 31. 
  12. Bartolo, A., Benuzzi, F., Nocetti, L., & Nichelli, P. (2006). What’s so funny about humor disparagement? An fMRI study, Neuroimage, 31.
  13. Tondelli, M., Benuzzi, F., Bartolo, A., Baraldi, P., Nocetti, L., & Nichelli, P. (2005). Neural network for processing emotional linguistic cues. XXVI Congress of the Italian Neurological Society -Neurological Sciences Supplement, 26, S46.
  14. Bartolo, A., Leone, M.E., Grandi, M., Pasqualini, R., & Nichelli, P. (2005). The strange case of a patient with three arms. XXVI Congress of the Italian Neurological Society -Neurological Sciences Supplement, 26, S251.
  15. Bartolo, A., Benuzzi, F., Nocetti, L., Baraldi, P., & Nichelli, P. (2005). Do we cognitively of emotionally laugh? A study on humour”, NeuroImage, 26. 
  16. Molinari, M.A., Bartolo, A., & Nichelli, P. (2004). When the episodic memory retrieves the object knowledge. 1st Congress of the European Neuropsychological Societies, 1: 161.
  17. Bartolo, A., Drei, S., Cubelli, R., & Della Sala, S. (2002). La produzione delle pantomime nel disturbo prassico. Atti del Primo Convegno Nazionale “Disabilità, Trattamento, Integrazione”, 2: pp. 76-77.
  18. Bartolo, A., Cubelli, R., & Della Sala, S. (2001). La comunicazione gestuale e l’aprassia degli arti: un nuovo strumento di valutazione. Atti del Primo Convegno Nazionale “Disabilità, Trattamento, Integrazione”, 1: pp. 44-45.

1. Talks and poster presentation

TOOLS:

1. Bartolo, A., Drei, S., Cubelli, R., & Della Sala, S. (2008). LAB: Limb apraxia battery. Organizzazioni Speciali, Giunti Editore: Firenze, 2008. (Italian version)

2. Bartolo, A., Cubelli, R., & Della Sala, S. Battery of tasks for the assessment of limb apraxia. Available on line for free. (British version)

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- Référente Relations Internationales UFR Psychologie

- Coordinatrice Erasmus UFR Psychologie (rdv par mail)

- Coresponsable Master PPNSA

- Enseignant réferént stage etudiants M2 PPNSA

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Enseignements :

- cours: sur moodle.

 

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Post Doc:

Francesco Ruotolo

PhD students:

Cynthia Collette

Maria Francesca Gigliotti

 

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Sujets TE/TER :

1. « Quoi », « où » et « comment » : les objets en réalité virtuelle augmentée (en collaboration avec M F. Ruotolo, Post Doc)

-Etude comportementale  chez l'adulte en realité virtuelle.
-Pré-requis: aucun.

2. The role of gestures in human interaction: a multi-method approach NIRS-EEG and autonomic response for a neurophysiological investigation in hyperscanning (in collaboration with the Catholic University of Milan, Italy - Prof. M. Balconi, and D. De Filippis, PhD).

-Étude en multi-techniques chez l'adulte.
-Pré-requis: aucun.

TER (Master thesis) Erasmus students M2 PPNSA in collaboration with the University of Minho (Portugal):

Neural basis of pantomimes and intransitive gestures: an fMRI study

TER (Master thesis) Erasmus students M2 PPNSA in collaboration with the University of Naples (Italy):

Pantomime and object use: a behavioural/patient study

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Contact

Angela Bartolo
SCALab UMR CNRS 9193
Université de Lille -site Pont de Bois
BP 149
59653 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
France
tél. : (+33)(0)3-20-41-71-12
fax. : (+33)(0)3-20-41-60-36
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