Davide Filingeri
Davide Filingeri
THERMOSENSELAB, Skin Sensing Research Group, University of Southampton
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Neurophysiology of skin thermal sensations
D Filingeri
Comprehensive Physiology 6 (3), 1429-1491, 2016
Why wet feels wet? A neurophysiological model of human cutaneous wetness sensitivity
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (6), 1457-1469, 2014
Postural adaptations in preadolescent karate athletes due to a one week karate training camp
S Vando, D Filingeri, L Maurino, H Chaabčne, A Bianco, G Salernitano, ...
Journal of human kinetics 38 (2013), 45-52, 2013
High-density thermal sensitivity maps of the human body
M Luo, Z Wang, H Zhang, E Arens, D Filingeri, L Jin, A Ghahramani, ...
Building and environment 167, 106435, 2020
Human skin wetness perception: psychophysical and neurophysiological bases
D Filingeri, G Havenith
Temperature 2 (1), 86-104, 2015
Temperature sensitivity in multiple sclerosis: an overview of its impact on sensory and cognitive symptoms
A Christogianni, R Bibb, SL Davis, O Jay, M Barnett, N Evangelou, ...
Temperature 5 (3), 208-223, 2018
A comparison of thermoregulatory responses to exercise between mass-matched groups with large differences in body fat
S Dervis, GB Coombs, GK Chaseling, D Filingeri, J Smoljanic, O Jay
Journal of applied physiology 120 (6), 615-623, 2016
Thermal and tactile interactions in the perception of local skin wetness at rest and during exercise in thermo-neutral and warm environments
D Filingeri, B Redortier, S Hodder, G Havenith
Neuroscience 258, 121-130, 2014
The role of decreasing contact temperatures and skin cooling in the perception of skin wetness
D Filingeri, B Redortier, S Hodder, G Havenith
Neuroscience letters 551, 65-69, 2013
Is karate effective in improving postural control?
D Filingeri, A Bianco, D Zangla, A Paoli, A Palma
Loughborough University, 2012
Thermosensory micromapping of warm and cold sensitivity across glabrous and hairy skin of male and female hands and feet
D Filingeri, H Zhang, EA Arens
Journal of Applied Physiology 125 (3), 723-736, 2018
Body mapping of cutaneous wetness perception across the human torso during thermo-neutral and warm environmental exposures
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of Applied Physiology 117 (8), 887-897, 2014
Postural stability in subjects with whiplash injury symptoms: results of a pilot study
A Bianco, F Pomara, M Petrucci, G Battaglia, D Filingeri, M Bellafiore, ...
Acta oto-laryngologica 134 (9), 947-951, 2014
Humidity sensation, cockroaches, worms, and humans: are common sensory mechanisms for hygrosensation shared across species?
D Filingeri
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (2), 763-767, 2015
Post-warm-up muscle temperature maintenance: blood flow contribution and external heating optimisation
M Raccuglia, A Lloyd, D Filingeri, SH Faulkner, S Hodder, G Havenith
European journal of applied physiology 116, 395-404, 2016
Tactile cues significantly modulate the perception of sweat-induced skin wetness independently of the level of physical skin wetness
D Filingeri, D Fournet, S Hodder, G Havenith
Journal of neurophysiology 113 (10), 3462-3473, 2015
Afferent thermosensory function in relapsing–remitting multiple sclerosis following exercise‐induced increases in body temperature
D Filingeri, G Chaseling, P Hoang, M Barnett, SL Davis, O Jay
Experimental physiology 102 (8), 887-893, 2017
Characteristics of the local cutaneous sensory thermoneutral zone
D Filingeri, H Zhang, EA Arens
Journal of Neurophysiology 117 (4), 1797-1806, 2017
Warm temperature stimulus suppresses the perception of skin wetness during initial contact with a wet surface
D Filingeri, B Redortier, S Hodder, G Havenith
Skin Research and Technology 21 (1), 9-14, 2015
Acute effects of whole-body vibration on running gait in marathon runners
J Padulo, D Filingeri, K Chamari, GM Migliaccio, G Calcagno, G Bosco, ...
Journal of sports sciences 32 (12), 1120-1126, 2014
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