Dr Matteo Martini


NameDr Matteo Martini
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressm.martini@uel.ac.uk
Research institutePsychology

Research outputs

Agency and responsibility over virtual movements controlled through different paradigms of brain−computer interface

Nierula, B., Spanlang, B., Martini, M., Borrell, M., Nikulin, V. V. and Sanchez-Vives, M. V. 2019. Agency and responsibility over virtual movements controlled through different paradigms of brain−computer interface. Journal of Physiology.

Visuo-tactile stimulation, but not type of movement, modulates pain during the vision of a moving virtual limb

Gordon, C., Barbullushi, A., Tombolini, S., Margiotta, F., Ciacci, A., Sheck, L., Barker, L. and Martini, M. 2019. Visuo-tactile stimulation, but not type of movement, modulates pain during the vision of a moving virtual limb. Pain Management. 9 (5), pp. 449-460.

Commentary: Mechanical Pain Thresholds and the Rubber Hand Illusion

Martini, M. 2018. Commentary: Mechanical Pain Thresholds and the Rubber Hand Illusion. Frontiers in Psychology. 9, p. Art. 1715.

The Bodily Illusion in Adverse Conditions: Virtual Arm Ownership During Visuomotor Mismatch

Caola, Barbara, Montalti, Martina, Zanini, Alessandro, Leadbetter, Antony and Martini, M. 2018. The Bodily Illusion in Adverse Conditions: Virtual Arm Ownership During Visuomotor Mismatch. Perception. 47 (5), pp. 477 -491.

Selective distortion of body image by asynchronous visuotactile stimulation

Perez-Marcos, Daniel, Martini, M., Fuentes, Christina T., Bellido Rivas, Anna I., Haggard, Patrick and Sanchez-Vives, Maria V. 2017. Selective distortion of body image by asynchronous visuotactile stimulation. Body Image. 24, pp. 55-61.

Pain During Illusory Own Arm Movement: A Study in Immersive Virtual Reality

Zanini, Alessandro, Montalti, Martina, Caola, Barbara, Leadbetter, A. and Martini, M. 2017. Pain During Illusory Own Arm Movement: A Study in Immersive Virtual Reality. European Medical Journal. 2 (2), pp. 90-97.

Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Chronic Pain and Depression: any Possible Applications of Multisensory Feedback Approaches Based on Body Representation?

Martini, M. 2017. Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Chronic Pain and Depression: any Possible Applications of Multisensory Feedback Approaches Based on Body Representation? Psychology and Behavioral Science International Journal. 2 (5), p. 555599.

Seeing an embodied virtual hand is analgesic contingent on co-location

Nierula, Birgit, Martini, M., Matamala-Gomez, Marta, Slater, Mel and Sanchez-Vives, Maria V. 2017. Seeing an embodied virtual hand is analgesic contingent on co-location. The Journal of Pain. 18 (6), pp. 645-655.

Real, rubber or virtual: The vision of “one’s own” body as a means for pain modulation. A narrative review

Martini, M. 2016. Real, rubber or virtual: The vision of “one’s own” body as a means for pain modulation. A narrative review. Consciousness and Cognition. 43, pp. 143-151.

Modulation of pain threshold by virtual body ownership

Martini, M., Perez-Marcos, D. and Sanchez-Vives, M.V. 2014. Modulation of pain threshold by virtual body ownership. European Journal of Pain. 18 (7), pp. 1040-1048.

Author's reply to the commentary by Gilpin et. al.

Martini, M., Perez-Marcos, D. and Sanchez-Vives, M.V. 2014. Author's reply to the commentary by Gilpin et. al. European Journal of Pain. 19 (1), pp. 143-144.

Intracortical modulation, and not spinal inhibition, mediates placebo analgesia

Martini, M., Lee, M. C. H., Valentini, E. and Iannetti, G. D. 2014. Intracortical modulation, and not spinal inhibition, mediates placebo analgesia. European Journal of Neuroscience. 41 (4), pp. 498-504.

The body fades away: investigating the effects of transparency of an embodied virtual body on pain threshold and body ownership

Martini, M., Kilteni, Konstantina, Maselli, Antonella and Sanchez-Vives, Maria V. 2015. The body fades away: investigating the effects of transparency of an embodied virtual body on pain threshold and body ownership. Scientific Reports. 5, p. 13948.

Is That Me or My Twin? Lack of Self-Face Recognition Advantage in Identical Twins

Martini, M., Bufalari, Ilaria, Stazi, Maria Antonietta and Aglioti, Salvatore Maria 2015. Is That Me or My Twin? Lack of Self-Face Recognition Advantage in Identical Twins. PLOS ONE. 10 (4), p. e0120900.
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