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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. Bartolo, A., Rossetti, Y., Revol, P., Urquizar, C., Pisella, L. & Coello, Y. (in press). Reachability judgment in optic ataxia: effect of peripheral vision on hand and target perception in depth. Cortex
  3. 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.
  4. Bartolo, A., & Stieglitz Ham, H. (2016). A cognitive overview of limb apraxia. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports, Aug;16(8):7.
  5. Bartolo, A., Della Sala, S., Cubelli, R. (2016). The sign of "Undue Contact" in the Object Use Test. Cortex, Feb;75:235-6
  6. 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
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. 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. 
  12. 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. 
  13. 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.
  14. 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. 
  15. 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. 
  16. 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.
  17. Bartolo, A., Cubelli, R., & Della Sala, S. (2008). Cognitive approach to the assessment of limb apraxia. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 22(1), 27-45.
  18. Bartolo, A.,Weisbecker, A. & Coello, Y. (2007). Linguistic and spatial information for action. Behavioural Brain Research, 184, 19-30.
  19. 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. 
  20. 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.
  21. 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. 
  22. Cubelli, R., Bartolo, A., Nichelli, P., & Della Sala, S. (2006). List effect in apraxia assessment. Neuroscience Letters, 407(2), 118-120. 
  23. Cocchini, G., Bartolo, A., & Nichelli, P. (2006). Left ipsilesional neglect for visual imagery: A mental image generation impairment? Neurocase, 12(3), 197-206. 
  24. Goel, V., Bartolo, A., St.Claire, D., & Venneri, A. (2004). Logical reasoning deficits in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 66, 87-88.
  25. Cocchini, G., A. Bartolo, & Nichelli P. (2004). Ipsilesional neglect for the left imaginal space. Cortex, 40, 164-165. 
  26. 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.
  27. 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.
  28. 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)

- Enseignant réferént stage etudiants M2 PPNSA

 

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Enseignements :

- cours: sur moodle.

 

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Post Doc: Francesco Ruotolo

PhD student: Cynthia Collette

 

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Sujets TE/TER :

1. Fonction vs. manipulation de l’objet (avec Mme Bonnotte MCF; Mme C.Collette étudiante de doctorat)

-Etude comportementale (adultes jeunes et/ou âgés et/ou patients) à l’aide du paradigme d’amorçage. Matériel prêt à l’emploi.
-Pré-requis: aucun.

2. Relation entre geste et langage (approche neurocognitif)

-Étude chez des enfants atteints de troubles praxiques. Utilisation d’une batterie de tâches sur les troubles praxiques gestuels et sur le troubles du langage orale.
-Pré-requis: effectuer un stage dans un centre qui accueille des enfants avec trouble d’acquisition de la coordination.

3. Drôle ou offensif ? Le conflit dans l’humour (avec Mme Roger MCF)

-Etudier le conflit qu’on retrouve dans une blague entre le rire et la perception du dénigrement à l’aide de l’EEG. Une partie du matériel est à finaliser.
-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 Charles-de-Gaulle Lille III
Domaine universitaire du Pont de Bois
BP 149
59653 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
France
tél. : (+33)(0)3-20-41-71-12
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