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GIPSI - research Group on Inferential Processes in Social Interaction



Settore ERC

SH4_8 - Language learning and processing (first and second languages)


Pragmatics and social interactios

Pragmatic refers to the ability to communicate intentions in a given context, going beyond the literal meaning of an expressive act. Not only language, but also other expressive means, as extra-linguistic and paralinguistic, contribute to the realization of such capacity in a multimodal perspective.

The interest of the research group focuses on determining the role of neural correlates and cognitive skills such as inferential ability, i.e. the ability to go behind the literal meaning of an utterance, executive functions and theory of the mind, in allowing a communicative interaction and in understanding and producing different types of pragmatic phenomena, such as direct and indirect communicative acts, ironies, deceits and communicative failures.

We adopt a life span and clinical perspective: from the development of such skills in typical and atypical development to their decay in healthy aging and including people with acquired brain lesions, i.e. traumatic brain injury and vascular brain damage, and psychiatric disorders, i.e. schizophrenia and autism.

Moreover, the interest of the GIPSI research group in this domain addresses the assessment of communicative disorders affecting patients in the above-mentioned pathological conditions. In particular some of the members of the GIPSI contributed to the creation of the Assessment Battery for Communication (ABaCO), and its equivalent  Forms, a clinical tool for the evaluation of pragmatic deficits in different pathological conditions, i.e. traumatic brain injury, vascular brain injury and schizophrenia. 

The members of GIPSI also contributed to the creation of  the Cognitive Pragmatic Treatment, a rehabilitative program aimed at improving communicative ability in patients withtraumatic brain injury and schizophrenia. Recently the treatment has been adapted for adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders (see below for a description of the adapted Italian version) More recently, a further area of interest is the development of pragmatic ability from a cross-cultural perspective.

A specific domain of research is also the development and decay of Theory of Mind (ToM). ToM is a complex and multifacets cognitive skill that allows people to attribute mental states to oneself and others, and to use this knowledge to regulate one's own behavior and that of other people. We developped and validatd the Theory of Mind Assessment Scale a clincial tool able to investigate different ToM (cognitive, affective, first and third person, first and secon order) aspects. 

Within the Cognitive Science perspective, the interest of the research group focuses on the study and the evaluation of ToM during its developmental trajectory from newborn to infant and adolescent, to healty aging as well as its deficit in people in different clinical conditions, such as schizophrenia,  Traumatic Brain Injury, Mild Cognitive imapirmant and Autism Spectrum Disorders.

In more recent years the interest in the the domain of the social interactions has also extended to the decision making in punishment, reword and social support behaviors, with a specific interest for the investigation of the neural correlates underlying the decision making processes during an economic interaction.  

In order to investigate these areas of research we use different techniques: behavioral observation, fMRI, eyes trackers and maching-learning.

The GIPSI group also participates to the BciAi4Sla (Brain Computer Interfaces and Artificial Intelligence for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis; in collaboration with the Departments of Computer Science (Prof. Cristina Gena, PI) and Neurosciences (Prof. Andrea Calvo and Prof. Silvestro Roatta). The aim of the project is to restore a communication channel in patients who have impaired communicative channels due to the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis using Brain-Computer Interfaces.

The group belongs to - An Italian Network of Experimental Pragmatics (

and organized the 

“XPRAGIT - 4th International Conference”, Italian Network for Experimental Pragmatic, Turin, 8-9 July 2021.

The research group also belongs to UNITA, Universitas Montium, an alliance of six European comprehensive research universities from five countries with different  trajectories gathering together  students and staff members:

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Visiting Scientists

  • Prof. Rogerio Lopes Salvini, Federal University of Goiàs, Brasil 
  • Dr. Soile Lokousa, University of Oulu, Finland


Visiting Young Researchers

  • David Navarro, University of Sevilla, Spain, 1 mese, vincitore del premio XPRAG2020 - Young Investigator Training Program 2019, Fondazione Associazione e Fondazioni Casse di Risparmio Italiane (ACRI)
  • Ximena Restepo, University of Bogotà, Colombia, 1 mese, vincitrice del premio XPRAG2020 - Young Investigator Training Program 2019, Fondazione Associazione e Fondazioni Casse di Risparmio Italiane (ACRI)

Present national scientific collaborations

  • Prof. Andrea Marini, University of Trieste
  • Prof. Fiorenzo Laghi, University of Rome


Present International scientific collaborations

  • Prof. Rogerio Lopes Salvini, Federal University of Goiàs, Brasil 
  • Dr. Soile Lokousa, University of Oulu, Finland
  • Prof. Nenad Glumbić, University of Belgrado, Serbia
  • Prof. Eeva Leinonen, University of Murdoch, Australia 
  • Prof. Riccardo Fusaroli, University of Aarhus, Denmark


Past international scientific collaborations

  • dr. Giorgia Silani e prof. Klaus Lamm, University of Wien, Austria
  • Prof. Alan Leslie, Rutgers University, NJ, Usa


  • 2021-2023 Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Torino (CRT), Ricerca e Istruzione, richieste ordinarie: Migliorare la comunicazione e la qualità della vita percepita: Training dell’abilità pragmatica per adolescenti con disturbo dello spettro autistico
  • 2020-2022: Comunicazione sociale e invecchiamento: decadimento nella popolazione sana e patologica e prospettive di intervento. Bando IDEEare 2019, Compagnia di San Paolo. PI Francesca M. Bosco
  • 2020: XPRAG2020 - Young Investigator Training Program 2019, Fondazione Associazione e Fondazioni Casse di Risparmio Italiane (ACRI)
  • 2018-2020: Internalization ex-post founding, Unversity of Turin, Compagnia di San Paolo, Turin, PI Francesca M. Bosco

  • 2016-2019: The interpretative brain: Understanding and promoting pragmatic abilities across lifespan and in mental illness, Italian Ministry of University and Research (MIUR) Research Project of National Interest (PRIN 2015), Local PI Francesca M. Bosco

  • 2013‐2015: Rehabilitation of communication skills in people with schizophrenia, Cassa di Risparmio di Torino (CRT) Foundation PI Francesca M. Bosco


 Italian Ministry of University and Research (MIUR), "Ricerca locale, ex 60%":

  • 2016-2018: Comunicative pragmatic ability in health aging
  • 2015-2017: Economic games: behavioral and neuronal aspects
  • 2014-2016: Rehabilitation of pragmatic communication skills in patients with traumatic brain injury
  • 2012‐2014: Rehabilitation of pragmatic communication skills in schizophrenic patients
  • 2007‐2009: Development and decay of linguistic and extralinguistic abilities
  • 2006‐2008: Creation of an instrument for the evaluation of the Theory of Mind
  • 2005‐2007: The comprehension of simple and complex communication acts
  • 2004‐2006: The role of context in the attribution of communicative intention
  • 2003‐2005: Pretend play in 1526 month olds children
  • 2002‐2004: Recognition and repair of communicative failures and theory of mind


  • Brain Computer Interfaces and Artificial Intelligence for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Cassa di Risparmio di Torino (CRT) Foundatio, Italy PI Cristina Gena
  • Walk Safe Project, PI Arianna Astolfi & Anna Pellegrino, Polytechinc of Turin


    • 2020: Modelling vocal expression in schizophrenia (MOVES) Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) – Individuals Fellowship from the European Commission within the Horizon2020 - Framework Program. 
    • 2019:  Differences and similarities in the pragmatic development: A cross-cultural approach,  Compagnia di San Paolo - Bando per l'internazionalizzazione della ricerca 2018, one year postdoctoral position, Ilaria Gabbatore
    • 2019:  Acoustic analysis of voice patterns: a potential biomarker for schizophnrenia, Compagnia di San Paolo - Bando per l'internazionalizzazione della ricerca 2018, one year postdoctoral position, Alberto Parola
    • 2019: CONFAP-MCI 2018 mobility program between Brasil and Italy, 6 months post-doc position prof. Rogerio Salvini
    • fMRI (Philips, 3 Tesla)
    • Eye Tracker MR compatible (Arrington Research)
    • Olygraph MR compatible: Skin conductance, HR, MEP, Oximetry (Biopac MP150)



Prodotti della ricerca

  • Gabbatore I., Dindar K., Pirinen V., Vähänikkilä H., Mämmelä L., Kotila A., Bosco F.M., Leinonen E., Loukusa S. (2023). Silent Finns and Talkative Italians? An investigation of communicative differences and similarities as perceived by parents in typically developing children. First Language.
  • Hilviu, D., Frau, F., Bosco, F.M., Marini, A., Gabbatore, I. (2023). Can Narrative Skills Improve in Autism Spectrum Disorder? A Preliminary Study with Verbally Fluent Adolescents Receiving the Cognitive Pragmatic Treatment. Journal of Psycholinguist Resserach, in press.
  • Loukusa, S, Gabbatore, I., Kotila, A.R., Dindar, K. Mäkinen, L. Leinonen, E.; Mämmelä, Laura, Bosco, F.M., Jussila, K., Ebeling, H., Hurtig, T. M., Mattila, M. (2023). Non-linguistic comprehension, social inference and empathizing skills in autistic young adults, young adults with autistic traits and control young adults: Group differences and interrelatedness of skills. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, in press (SJR: Q1)
  • Gena C., Hilviu D., Chiarion G., Roatta S., Bosco F.M., Calvo A., Mattutino C., Vincenzi S. (2023). The BciAi4SLA Project: Towards a User-Centered BCI, 12 (5), Electronics (Switzerland), Art. no. 1234.
  • Parola, A., Bosco F.M. (2022) An eye-tracking investigation of the cognitive processes involved in the comprehension of simple and complex communicative acts. Q J Exp Psychol, in press doi: 10.1177/17470218221079629.
  • Hilviu D., Parola A., Vivaldo S., Di Lisi D., Consolino P., Bosco F.M. (2021), Children with hearing impairment and early cochlear implant: A pragmatic assessment, Article number e07428,  doi: 10.1016/j.heliyon.2021.e07428
  • Parola, A., Brasso, C., Morese, R., Rocca, P., Bosco, F.M. (2021). Understanding communicative intentions in schizophrenia using an error analysis approach. NPJ Schizophrenia, 7, (1) December 2021, Article number 12, doi: 10.1038/s41537-021-00142-7
  • Gabbatore I., Longobardi C., Bosco F.M. (2021). Improvement of communicative-pragmatic ability in adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder: The adapted version of the Cognitive Pragmatic Treatment. Language Learning  and Development, DOI: 10.1080/15475441.2021.1924177
  • Gabbatore I., Bosco F.M., Mäkinen L., Leinonen E., Loukusa S. (2021). Social-pragmatic contextual comprehension in Italian preschool and schoolaged children: a study using the Pragma Test (In press). Intercultural Pragmatics, 2, 131-162, doi: 10.1515/ip-2021-2001
  • Parola, A., Gabbatore, I., Berardinelli, L., Salvini R., Bosco F.M. (2021). Multimodal assessment of communicative-pragmatic features in schizophrenia: A machine learning approach. NPJ Schizophrenia 7, 28. doi: 10.1038/s41537-021-00153-4
  • Parola, A., Salvini, R., Gabbatore, I., Colle, L., Berardinelli, L., Bosco, F.M. (2020). Pragmatics, Theory of Mind and executive functions in schizophrenia: Disentangling the puzzle using machine learning. Plos One, 15, 3, e0229603 doi:
  • Morese, R. Lamm, Bosco, F.M., Valentini, M.C., Silani, G. (2019). Social support modulates the neural correlates underlying social exclusion. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 14, 633–643. doi: 10.1093/scan/nsz033
  • Lo Gerfo, E., Gallucci, A., Morese, R., Vergallito, A., Ottone, S., Ponzano, F.,  Locatelli, G., Bosco, F.M., Romero Lauro, L.J. (2019). The role of ventromedial prefrontal cortex and temporo-parietal junction in third-party punishment behavior. NeuroImage, 200, 501-510. doi:
  • Bozzatello, P.,  Morese, R.,  Valentini, M.C.,  Rocca, P.,  Bosco, F.M.,  Bellino, S. (2019). Autobiographical memories, identity disturbance and brain functioning in patients with borderline personality disorder: An fMRI study Heliyon, 5, art. n. e01323. doi: 10.1016/j.heliyon.2019.e01323
  • Bosco F.M., Berardinelli L. Parola, A. (2019). The ability of patients with schizophrenia to comprehend and produce sincere, deceitful, and ironic communicative intentions: The role of Theory of Mind and executive functions. Frontiers in Psychology, 10 art. n. 827 doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00827
  • Colle, L.,  Gabbatore, I.,  Riberi, E.,  Borroz, E.,  Bosco, F.M.,  Keller, R.  (2019). Mindreading abilities and borderline personality disorder: A comprehensive assessment using the Theory of Mind Assessment Scale. Psychiatry Research, 272, 609-617. doi: 10.1016/j.psychres.2018.12.102
  • Colle, L., Gabbatore, I., Riberi, E., Borroz, E., Bosco, F.M., Keller, R. (2019). Mindreading abilities and borderline personality disorder: A comprehensive assessment using the Theory of Mind Assessment Scale. Psychiatry Research, 272, 609-617. Doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2018.12.102
  • Parola, A., Bosco, F.M., Gabbatore, I., Galetto, V., Zettin, M., Marini, A. (2019). The impact of the Cognitive Pragmatic Treatment on the pragmatic and informative skills of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Journal of Neurolinguistics, 51, 53-62. DOI:10.1097/HTR.0000000000000087
  • Bosco, F.M., Gabbatore, I., Angeleri, R., Zettin, M., & Parola, A. (2018). Do executive function and theory of mind predict pragmatic abilities following traumatic brain injury? An analysis of sincere, deceitful and ironic communicative acts. Journal of Communication Disorders, 75, 102-117. Doi: 10.1016/j.jcomdis.2018.05.002
  • Bosco, F.M., Parola, A., Angeleri, R., Galetto, V., Zettin, M., & Gabbatore, I. (2018). Improvement of Communication Skills after Traumatic Brain Injury: The Efficacy of the Cognitive Pragmatic Treatment Program using the Communicative Activities of Daily Living. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 33(7), 875-888. DOI: 10.1093/arclin/acy041
  • Bosco, F.M., Tirassa, M., & Gabbatore, I. (2018). Why Pragmatics and Theory of Mind Do Not (Completely) Overlap. Frontiers in Psychology, 9. Parola, A., Berardinelli, L., & Bosco, F.M. (2018). Cognitive abilities and theory of mind in explaining communicative pragmatic disorders in patients with schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, 260, 144-151.
  • Parola, A., Berardinelli, L., Bosco, F.M. (2018). Cognitive abilities and theory of mind in explaining communicative-pragmatic disorders in patients with schizophrenia, Psychiatry Research, 260, 144-151.  Doi:
  • Bosco FM & Gabbatore I. (2017). Sincere, deceitful, and ironic communicative acts and the role of the Theory of Mind in childhood. Frontiers in Psychology, 8:21.                    Doi:
  • Bosco, F.M., Gabbatore, I (2017). Theory of mind in recognizing and recovering communicative failures. Applied Psycholinguistics, 1, 57-88. Doi: https:10.1017/S0142716416000047
  • Bosco, F.M, Parola, A. (2017). Schizophrenia. Perspectives in Pragmatics, Philosophy and Psychology, 11, 267-290.
  • Bosco, F.M., Parola, A., Sacco, K., Zettin, M., Angeleri, R. (2017). Communicative-pragmatic disorders in traumatic brain injury: The role of theory of mind and executive functions. Brain and Language, 168, 73-83. Doi:
  • Bosco, F.M. Parola, A., Valentini, M.C., Morese, R. (2017). Neural correlates underlying the comprehension of deceitful and ironic communicative intentions. Cortex, 94, 73-86. Doi:
  • Gabbatore, I., Bosco, F.M., Geda, E., Gastaldo, L., Duca, S., Costa, T., Bara, B.G., Sacco, K. (2017). Cognitive Pragmatic rehabilitation program in schizophrenia: A single case fMRI study. Neural Plasticity, art. n. 1612078. Doi:
  • Bosco, F.M., Gabbatore, I. (2017). Sincere, deceitful, and ironic communicative acts and the role of the theory of mind in childhood. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, art. n. 21. Doi:
  • Marini, A., Zettin, M., Bencich, E. Bosco, F.M., Galetto, V. (2017). Severity effects on discourse production after TBI. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 44, 91-106. Doi:
  • Angeleri R., Gabbatore I., Bosco F.M., Sacco K., Colle L. (2016). Pragmatic abilities in children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder: A study with the ABaCo battery. Minerva Psichiatrica, 57, 93-103, ISSN: 0391-1772
  • Bosco F.M., Gabbatore I. (2016). Theory of mind in recognizing and recovering communicative failures. Applied Psycholinguistics, 19, 1-32, Doi:
  • Bosco F. M., Gabbatore I.., Gastaldo L., Sacco K. (2016). Communicative-Pragmatic Treatment in schizophrenia: A pilot study. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1-12. Doi:
  • Bosco, F. M., Gabbatore, I., Tirassa, M., & Testa, S. (2016). Psychometric Properties of the Theory of Mind Assessment Scale in a Sample of Adolescents and Adults. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 566.
  • Capozzi F., Bosco F.M., Tirassa, M. (2016). Noetic and autonoetic memory in persons with a diagnosis of schizophrenia: An explorative study. Minerva Psichiatrica, vol. 57, p. 22-33.
  • Laghi F., Terrinoni A., Cerutti R., Fantini F., Galosi S., Ferrara M., Bosco F.M. (2016). Theory of mind in non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) adolescents. Consciousness and Cognition, 43, 38-47. Doi:
  • Morese R., Rabellino D., Sambataro F., Perussia F., Valentini M. C., Bara B. G., Bosco F.M. (2016). Group Membership Modulates the Neural Circuitry Underlying Third Party Punishment. Plos One, 1-14. Doi: 1932-6203, doi:
  • Parola, A., Gabbatore, I. , Bosco, F.M., Bara, B.G., Cossa, F.M., Gindri, P., Sacco, K. (2016). Assessment of pragmatic impairment in right hemisphere damage. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 39, 10-25. Doi:
  • Rabellino D., Morese R., Ciaramidaro A., Bara B.G., Bosco F.M. (2016). Third-party punishment: altruistic and anti-social behaviours in in-group and out-group settings. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 28, 486-495. Doi:
  • Sacco, K., Gabbatore, I., Geda, E., Duca, S., Cauda, F., Bara, B. G., & Bosco, F. M. (2016). Rehabilitation of Communicative Abilities in Patients with a History of TBI: Behavioral Improvements and Cerebral Changes in Resting-State Activity. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 10, 48.
  • Bosco, F. M., Angeleri, R., Sacco, K., & Bara, B. G. (2015). Explaining pragmatic performance in traumatic brain injury: a process perspective on communicative errors. International journal of language & communication disorders, 50(1), 63-83. Doi:
  • Brizio, A., Gabbatore, I., Tirassa, M., Bosco, F.M. (2015) "No more a child, not yet an adult": studying social cognition in adolescence. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1011. Doi:
  • Chiavarino, C., Bianchino, C., Brach-Prever, S., Riggi, C., Palumbo, L., Bara, B. G., & Bosco, F. M. (2015). Theory of mind deficit in adult patients with congenital heart disease. Journal of health psychology, 20(10), 1253-1262. Doi:
  • Gabbatore I, Sacco, K., Angeleri, R., Zettin, M, Bara B. G., Bosco, F. M. (2015). Cognitive Pragmatic Treatment: A Rehabilitative Program for Traumatic Brain Injury Individuals. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 30 (5), E14-E28. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Capozzi, F., Colle, L. Marostica, P. & Tirassa, M. (2014). Theory of Mind deficit in subjects with alcohol use disorder: An analysis of mindreading processes. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 49, 299-307. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Gabbatore I., Tirassa M. (2014). A broad assessment of theory of mind in adolescence: The complexity of mindreading. Consciouness and Cognition, 24, 84-97. Doi:
  • Gabbatore, I., Angeleri, R., Bosco, F. M., Cossa, F. M., Bara, B. G., Sacco (2014). Assessment of Communicative Abilities in Aphasic Patients. Minerva Psichiatrica, 55(2), 45-55.
  • Laghi F., Cotugno, A., Cecere F., Sirolli A., Palazzoni D. & Bosco, F. M. (2014). An exploratory assessment of theory of mind and psychological impairment in patients with bulimia nervosa. British Journal of Psychology, 105, 509 - 523. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Angeleri, R., Colle L., Sacco K., Bara B.G. (2013). Communicative abilities in children: An assessment through different phenomena and expressive mean. Journal of Child Language, 46, 294-308. Doi:
  • Colle L., Angeleri R., Vallana M., Sacco K., Bara B.G., Bosco F.M. (2013). Understanding the communicative impairments in schizophrenia: A preliminary study. Journal of Communication Disorders, 46, 294-308. Doi:
  • Angeleri, R., Bosco F.M., Gabbatore, I., Bara, B. G., & Sacco, K. (2012). Assessment battery for communication: Normative data. Behavior Research Methods, 44, 845-61.                                    Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Angeleri R., Zuffranieri, M. Bruno G. Bara, Sacco K. (2012).Assessment battery for communication: Development of two equivalent forms. Journal of Communication Disorders, 45, 290-303. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Bono A., Bara B. G. (2012). Recognition and Repair of communicative failures: The interaction between theory of mind and cognitive complexity in schizophrenic patients. Journal of Communication Disorders, 145, 181-197. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Vallana, M. & Bucciarelli M. (2012). The inferential chain makes the difference between familiar and novel figurative expressions. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 24, 525-540. Doi:
  • Castellino N., Bosco F.M., Marshall W. L, Marshall L. E. & Veglia F. (2011). Mindreading abilities in sexual offenders: An analysis of theory of mind processes. Consciousness and Cognition, 20, 1612-1624. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Colle L., Tirassa M. (2009). The complexity of theory of mind. Consciosness and Cognition, 18, 323-324. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Vallana, M., Bucciarelli, M. (2009). Comprehension of communicative intentions: The case of figurative language. Journal of Cognitive Science 10, 245-277.
  • Angeleri R. Bosco F.M., Zettin M., Sacco K., Colle L., Bara B.G. (2008). Communicative impairment in traumatic brain injury: A complete pragmatic assessment. Brain and Language, 107, 229-245. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Bucciarelli M. (2008). Simple and Complex Deceits and Ironies. Journal of Pragmatics, 40, 583-607. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Colle L., De Fazio, S., Bono A., Ruberti, S., Tirassa M. (2008). Th.o.m.a.s.: An exploratory assessment of Theory of Mind in schizophrenic subjects. Consciousness and Cognition, 18, 306-319. Doi:
  • Sacco K,. Angeleri R., Bosco F.M., Colle L., Mate D. Bara B.G. (2008). Assessment Battery for Communication - ABaCo: A new instrument for the evaluation of pragmatic abilities. Journal of Cognitive Science, 2, 111-157.
  • Tirassa M., Bosco F.M. (2008). On the nature and role of intersubjectivity in human communication. Emerging Communication: Studies in New Technologies and Practices in Communication, 10, 81-95.
  • Bosco F.M., Bucciarelli M., Bara B. G. (2006). Recognition and repair of communicative failures: A developmental perspective. Journal of Pragmatics, 38, 1398-1429. Doi:
  • Bosco, F.M., Friedman, O., Lesile A. (2006). Recognition of pretend and real actions in play by one- and two-year-olds: Early success and why they fail. Cognitive Development, 21, 3-10. Doi:
  • Tirassa M, Bosco F.M., Colle L. (2006). Sharedness and privateness in human early social life. Cognitive Systems Research, 7, 128-139. Doi:
  • Tirassa M., Bosco F.M., Colle L., (2006). Rethinking the ontogeny of mindreading. Consciousness and Cognition, 15, 197-217. Doi:
  • Bosco F.M., Bucciarelli M., Bara B.G. (2004). The fundamental context categories in understanding communicative intention. Journal of Pragmatics, 36, 467- 488. Doi:
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