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    Tye, C. and Farroni, Teresa and Volein, Agnes and Mercure, E. and Tucker, Leslie A. and Johnson, Mark H. and Bolton, P.F. (2015) Autism diagnosis differentiates neurophysiological responses to faces in adults with tuberous sclerosis complex. Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders 7 (1), ISSN 1866-1947.

    Filippetti, Maria Laura and Orioli, G. and Johnson, Mark H. and Farroni, Teresa (2015) Newborn body perception: sensitivity to spatial congruency. Infancy 20 (4), pp. 455-465. ISSN 1525-0008.

    Papageorgiou, K.A. and Farroni, Teresa and Johnson, Mark H. and Smith, Tim J. and Ronald, Angelica (2015) Individual differences in newborn visual attention associate with temperament and behavioral difficulties in later childhood. Scientific Reports 5 , p. 11264. ISSN 2045-2322.

    Rigato, Silvia and Menon, E. and Farroni, Teresa and Johnson, Mark H. (2013) The shared signal hypothesis: effects of emotion-gaze congruency in infant and adult visual preferences. British Journal of Developmental Psychology 31 (1), pp. 15-29. ISSN 0261-510X.

    Farroni, Teresa and Chiarelli, A.M. and Lloyd-Fox, Sarah and Massaccesi, S. and Merla, A. and Di Gangi, V. and Mattarello, T. and Faraguna, D. and Johnson, Mark H. (2013) Infant cortex responds to other humans from shortly after birth. Scientific Reports 3 , p. 2851. ISSN 2045-2322.

    Rosa Salva, O. and Farroni, Teresa and Regolin, L. and Vallortigara, G. and Johnson, Mark H. (2011) The evolution of social orienting: evidence from chicks (Gallus gallus) and human newborns. PLoS ONE 6 (4), ISSN 1932-6203.

    Rigato, Silvia and Menon, E. and Johnson, Mark H. and Faraguna, D. and Farroni, Teresa (2011) Direct gaze may modulate face recognition in newborns. Infant and Child Development 20 (1), pp. 20-34. ISSN 1099-0917.

    Rigato, Silvia and Menon, E. and Johnson, Mark H. and Farroni, Teresa (2011) The interaction between gaze direction and facial expressions in newborns. European Journal of Developmental Psychology 8 (5), pp. 624-636. ISSN 1740-5629.

    Rigato, Silvia and Farroni, Teresa and Johnson, Mark H. (2010) The shared signal hypothesis and neural responses to expressions and gaze in infants and adults. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 5 (1), pp. 88-97. ISSN 1749-5024.

    Farroni, Teresa and Massaccesi, S. and Menon, E. and Johnson, Mark H. (2007) Direct gaze modulates face recognition in young infants. Cognition 102 (3), pp. 396-404. ISSN 0010-0277.

    Farroni, Teresa and Menon, E. and Rigato, Silvia and Johnson, Mark H. (2007) The perception of facial expressions in newborns. European Journal of Developmental Psychology 4 (1), pp. 2-13. ISSN 1740-5629.

    Farroni, Teresa and Johnson, Mark H. and Menon, E. and Zulian, L. and Faraguna, D. and Csibra, Gergely (2005) Newborns' preference for face-relevant stimuli: effects of contrast polarity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 102 (47), pp. 17245-17250. ISSN 0027-8424.

    Johnson, Mark H. and Griffin, R. and Csibra, Gergely and Halit, Hanife and Farroni, Teresa and de Haan, M. and Tucker, Leslie A. and Baron-Cohen, S. and Richards, J. (2005) The emergence of the social brain network: evidence from typical and atypical development. Development and Psychopathology 17 (03), pp. 599-619. ISSN 0954-5794.

    Book Section

    Farroni, Teresa and Senju, Atsushi (2010) Specialized brain for the social vision: perspectives from typical and atypical development. In: Adams, R.B. and Ambady, N. and Nakayama, K. and Shimojo, S. (eds.) The Science of Social Vision. Oxford series in visual cognition. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 421-444. ISBN 9780195333176.

    Johnson, Mark H. and Grossmann, Tobias and Farroni, Teresa (2008) The social cognitive neuroscience of infancy: illuminating the early development of social brain functions. In: Kail, R. (ed.) Advances in Child Development and Behavior. Advances in Child Development and Behavior 36. Elsevier, pp. 331-372. ISBN 9780123743176.

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