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Lubrini, Genny, Martín-Montes, A., Díez-Ascaso, O. y Díez-Tejedor, Exuperio . (2018) Brain disease, connectivity, plasticity and cognitive therapy: A neurological view of mental disorders. 38 9
Simón-Martínez, Vanesa, Laseca-Zaballa, Garazi, Lubrini, Genny, Periáñez, José A., Martínez Álvarez, Roberto, Torres-Díaz, Cristina V., Martínez Moreno, Nuria, Alvarez-Linera, Juan y Ríos-Lago, Marcos . (2021) Cognitive deficits and clinical symptoms in patients with treatment-refractory obsessive–compulsive disorder: The role of slowness in information processing. 44 10
Arroyo, Aida, Periáñez, José A., Ríos-Lago, Marcos, Lubrini, Genny, Andreo, Jorge, Benito-León, Julián, D. Louis, Elan y Pablo Romero, Juan . (2021) Components determining the slowness of information processing in parkinson’s disease. 33 5
Periáñez, José A., Lubrini, Genny, García-Gutiérrez, Ana y Ríos-Lago, Marcos . (2020) Construct Validity of the Stroop Color-Word Test: Influence of Speed of Visual Search, Verbal Fluency, Working Memory, Cognitive Flexibility, and Conflict Monitoring. 30 150
Lubrini, Genny, Periáñez, José A., Fernández-Fournier, Mireya, Tallón Barranco, Antonio, Díez-Tejedor, Exuperio, Frank García, Ana y Ríos-Lago, Marcos . (2020) Identifying Perceptual, Motor, and Cognitive Components Contributing to Slowness of Information Processing in Multiple Sclerosis with and without Depressive Symptoms. 35 6
Haro-Martínez, Ana M., Lubrini, Genny, Madero-Jarabo, Rosario, Díez-Tejedor, Exuperio y Fuentes, Blanca . (2018) Melodic intonation therapy in post-stroke nonfluent aphasia: a randomized pilot trial. 28 7
Lubrini, Genny, Ríos Lago, Marcos, Periañez, José A., Tallón Barranco, Antonio, De Dios, Consuelo, Fernández-Fournier, Mireya, Diez Tejedor, Exuperio y Frank García, Ana . (2016) The contribution of depressive symptoms to slowness of information processing in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis. 32 8