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Joana C. Carmo
Joana C. Carmo
Faculdade de Psicologia, Universidade de Lisboa
Verified email at fp.ul.pt
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Imitation of transitive and intransitive actions in healthy individuals
JC Carmo, RI Rumiati
Brain and cognition 69 (3), 460-464, 2009
762009
Neuropsychological perspectives on the mechanisms of imitation
RI Rumiati, JC Carmo, C Corradi-Dell'Acqua
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364 …, 2009
592009
Preserved imitation of known gestures in children with high-functioning autism
JC Carmo, RI Rumiati, R Siugzdaite, P Brambilla
International Scholarly Research Notices 2013, 2013
182013
Verbal fluency as a function of time in autism spectrum disorder: An impairment of initiation processes?
JC Carmo, E Duarte, S Pinho, JF Marques, CN Filipe
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 37 (7), 710-721, 2015
172015
A Systematic Review of Normative Studies Using Images of Common Objects.
C Souza, MV Garrido, JC Carmo
Frontiers in Psychology, 2020
152020
Effects of categorical representation on visuospatial working memory in autism spectrum disorder
JC Carmo, C Souza, F Gonçalves, S Pinho, CN Filipe, T Lachmann
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 39 (2), 131-141, 2017
142017
Understanding and imitating unfamiliar actions: distinct underlying mechanisms
JC Carmo, RI Rumiati, A Vallesi
Public Library of Science 7 (10), e46939, 2012
132012
Preserved Proactive Interference in Autism Spectrum Disorder
JC Carmo, E Duarte, S Pinho, CN Filipe, JF Marques
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (1), 53-63, 2016
122016
Contextual effects on visual short-term memory in high-functioning autism spectrum disorders
C Souza, MI Coco, S Pinho, CN Filipe, JC Carmo
Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 32, 64-69, 2016
102016
Brief Report: Testing the Impairment of Initiation Processes Hypothesis in Autism Spectrum Disorder
JC Carmo, E Duarte, C Souza, S Pinho, CN Filipe
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 47 (4), 1256-1260, 2017
92017
RealPic: Picture norms of real-world common items
C Souza, MV Garrido, M Saraiva, JC Carmo
Behavior Research Methods, 2021
62021
Holistic processing of faces is intact in adults with autism spectrum disorder
CN Ventura, P, Carmo, JC, Souza, C, Martins, F, Leite, I, Pinho, S, Barahona ...
Visual Cognition, 2018
62018
We see the orange not the lemon: typicality effects in ultra‐rapid categorization in adults with and without autism spectrum disorder
JC Carmo, F Martins, S Pinho, B Barahona‐Correa, P Ventura, CN Filipe
Journal of Neuropsychology, 2020
32020
Conceptual Knowledge Modulates Memory Recognition of Common Items: The Selective role of Item-Typicality
C Souza, MV Garrido, OV Horchak, JC Carmo
Memory & Cognition, 2022
22022
The update of semantic memories in amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment
A de Mendonça, S Cardoso, J Maroco, M Guerreiro, JC Carmo
Journal of Neuropsychology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jnp.12217, 2021
12021
Norms for pictures of proper names: contrasting famous people and well-known places in younger and older adults
C Souza, JC Carmo, MV Garrido
Behavior Research Methods, 1-15, 2022
2022
The Distinctive Pattern of Declarative Memories in Autism Spectrum Disorder: Further Evidence of Episodic Memory Constraints
C Souza, MV Garrido, OV Horchak, JB Barahona-Correa, JC Carmo
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 1-11, 2022
2022
Disentangling response initiation difficulties from response inhibition in autism spectrum disorder: A sentence-completion task
JC Carmo, CN Filipe
Frontiers in Psychology, 2022
2022
Is the dolphin a fish? ERP evidence for the impact of typicality during early visual processing in ultra-rapid semantic categorization in autism spectrum disorder
AK Beck, D Czernochowski, T Lachmann, B Barahona-Corrêa, JC Carmo
Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 14 (46), 2022
2022
Portugal and Autism
CN Filipe, JC Carmo
Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders, doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-6435 …, 2021
2021
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