Alessandro Agostini
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New insights into the brain involvement in patients with Crohn’s disease: a voxel‐based morphometry study
A Agostini, F Benuzzi, N Filippini, A Bertani, A Scarcelli, V Farinelli, ...
Neurogastroenterology & Motility 25 (2), 147-e82, 2013
Brain functional changes in patients with ulcerative colitis: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study on emotional processing
A Agostini, N Filippini, D Cevolani, R Agati, C Leoni, R Tambasco, ...
Inflammatory bowel diseases 17 (8), 1769-1777, 2011
Adult attachment and early parental experiences in patients with Crohn’s disease
A Agostini, F Rizzello, G Ravegnani, P Gionchetti, R Tambasco, ...
Psychosomatics 51 (3), 208-215, 2010
Parental bonding and inflammatory bowel disease
A Agostini, F Rizzello, G Ravegnani, P Gionchetti, R Tambasco, ...
Psychosomatics 51 (1), 14-21, 2010
Attachment and quality of life in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
A Agostini, M Moretti, C Calabrese, F Rizzello, P Gionchetti, M Ercolani, ...
International journal of colorectal disease 29 (10), 1291-1296, 2014
Functional magnetic resonance imaging study reveals differences in the habituation to psychological stress in patients with Crohn’s disease versus healthy controls
A Agostini, N Filippini, F Benuzzi, A Bertani, A Scarcelli, C Leoni, ...
Journal of behavioral medicine 36 (5), 477-487, 2013
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): Attachment styles and parental bonding
M Ercolani, M Farinelli, A Agostini, F Baldoni, F Baracchini, G Ravegnani, ...
Perceptual and motor skills 111 (2), 625-630, 2010
Attachment and perceived stress in patients with ulcerative colitis, a case–control study
A Agostini, G Spuri Fornarini, M Ercolani, M Campieri
Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing 23 (9-10), 561-567, 2016
Food addiction distinguishes an overweight phenotype that can be reversed by low calorie diet
MA Guzzardi, S Garelli, A Agostini, E Filidei, F Fanelli, A Giorgetti, ...
European Eating Disorders Review 26 (6), 657-670, 2018
Absence of change in the gray matter volume of patients with ulcerative colitis in remission: a voxel based morphometry study
A Agostini, M Campieri, A Bertani, A Scarcelli, D Ballotta, C Calabrese, ...
BioPsychoSocial medicine 9 (1), 1-4, 2015
Attachment and mentalizing abilities in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
A Agostini, E Scaioli, A Belluzzi, M Campieri
Gastroenterology research and practice 2019, 2019
Glucocorticoids, stress and obesity
R Pasquali, V Vicennati, A Agostini, U Pagotto
Expert Review of Endocrinology & Metabolism 5 (3), 425-434, 2010
Disease course, stress, attachment, and mentalization in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
V Colonnello, A Agostini
Medical hypotheses 140, 109665, 2020
There is a limit to your openness: mental illness stigma mediates effects of individual traits on preference for psychiatry specialty
E Fino, A Agostini, M Mazzetti, V Colonnello, E Caponera, PM Russo
Frontiers in psychiatry 10, 775, 2019
The Role Of Effective Radiation Therapist–Patient Communication In Alleviating Treatment-Related Pain And Procedural Discomfort During Radiotherapy
K Mattarozzi, E Fino, V Panni, A Agostini, AG Morganti, PM Russo
Patient preference and adherence 13, 1861, 2019
Emotionally salient patient information enhances the educational value of surgical videos
V Colonnello, K Mattarozzi, A Agostini, PM Russo
Advances in Health Sciences Education, 1-10, 2020
Psychological Aspects of Rhinoplasty
M Ercolani, A Agostini
Advanced Aesthetic Rhinoplasty, 93-98, 2013
Lack of attentional resources modulation in chronic stress: an fMRI study on Crohn’s disease.
F Benuzzi, A Agostini, M Zucchelli, V Farinelli, N Filippini, M Campieri, ...
Applicazione della neurodiagnostica avanzata allo studio dei disturbi psicologici nelle malattie infiammatorie croniche intestinali
A Agostini
alma, 2011
II dolore cronico viscerale
M Ercolani, A Agostini
Psicologia clinica del dolore, 131-150, 2010
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