Affiliation: University of Trieste
- Dissociating perception and action in Kanizsa's compression illusionNicola Bruno
Dipartimento di Psicologia, Universita di Trieste, Trieste, Italy
Psychon Bull Rev 9:723-30. 2002..Implications for the current debate on the existence of dissociations between spatial perception and visually controlled actions in personal space are discussed...
- Distance perception in autism and typical developmentLorena Giovannini
Department of Psychology, University of Trieste, Via S Anastasio 12, I 34134 Trieste, Italy
Perception 38:429-41. 2009..These latter representations involve a form of large-scale pattern perception that may mature more slowly than representations of egocentric distance and develop atypically in autism...
- Ames's window in proprioceptionNicola Bruno
Department of Psychology and BRAIN Centre for Neuroscience, University of Trieste, Italy
Perception 35:25-30. 2006..This finding argues against a 'visual-capture' account, supports an explanation in terms of bimodal integrative processes, and underscores the importance of supplementing phenomenological observations with objective measures...
- Visually guided pointing, the Müller-Lyer illusion, and the functional interpretation of the dorsal-ventral split: conclusions from 33 independent studiesNicola Bruno
Dipartimento di Psicologia, Universita di Trieste, Via S Anastasio 12, 34134 Trieste, Italy
Neurosci Biobehav Rev 32:423-37. 2008..However, they also suggest a potential involvement of learning and attentional processes during motor preparation. Whether these are specific to visuomotor mechanisms or shared with vision-for-perception remains to be established...
- A visual-haptic Necker cube reveals temporal constraints on intersensory merging during perceptual explorationNicola Bruno
Dipartimento di Psicologia and BRAIN Center for Neuroscience, Universita di Trieste, Via S Anastasio 12, 34134 Trieste, Italy
Neuropsychologia 45:469-75. 2007..Implications for multisensory processes during exploration are discussed...
- Unifying sequential effects in perceptual groupingNicola Bruno
Dipartimento di Psicologia and BRAIN Center for Neuroscience, Universita di Trieste, Via S Anastasio, 12, 34134 Trieste, Italy
Trends Cogn Sci 9:1-3. 2005..They propose that these opposing trends might be explained by the same single factor: a persistent random orientation bias that is intrinsic to brain activity. This proposal could form the basis for a new account of multistability...
- When does action resist visual illusions? Effector position modulates illusory influences on motor responsesNicola Bruno
Dipartimento di Psicologia and BRAIN Centro Interdipartimentale per le Neuroscienze, Universita di Trieste, Via S Anastasio 12, 34134, Trieste, Italy
Exp Brain Res 151:225-37. 2003..and (4). showed essentially no illusory effects. Implications for models of visuomotor transformations in peripersonal space are discussed...
- How does action resist visual illusion? Uncorrected oculomotor information does not account for accurate pointing in peripersonal spacePaolo Bernardis
Dipartimento di Psicologia and BRAIN Center for Neuroscience, Universita di Trieste, Trieste, Italy
Exp Brain Res 162:133-44. 2005..The present data do not support the hypothesis in this simple form...
- When is grasping affected by the Müller-Lyer illusion? A quantitative reviewNicola Bruno
Dipartimento di Psicologia, Universita di Parma, Parma, Italy
Neuropsychologia 47:1421-33. 2009....
- A metanalysis of the effect of the Müller-Lyer illusion on saccadic eye movements: no general support for a dissociation of perception and oculomotor actionNicola Bruno
Dipartimento di Psicologia, Universita di Parma, Italy
Vision Res 50:2671-82. 2010..We conclude that studies on the effect of the Müller-Lyer illusion do not provide evidence for a functional dissociation between primary saccades and perception...
- When does action resist visual illusion? The effect of Müller-Lyer stimuli on reflexive and voluntary saccadesPaul C Knox
Division of Orthoptics, University of Liverpool, Thompson Yates Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, UK
Exp Brain Res 181:277-87. 2007..We suggest that previous studies may have employed methods that generally reduced the effect of the illusion. Interpretations of dissociations between reflexive and voluntary saccades in terms of the TVSH appear to be premature...
- Comparison between a 7 French 6 mm tip cryothermal catheter and a 9 French 8 mm tip cryothermal catheter for cryoablation treatment of common atrial flutterAnnibale S Montenero
Cardiology Department and Arrhythmia Center of Policlinico MultiMedica, Sesto S Giovanni, Milan, Italy
J Interv Card Electrophysiol 13:59-69. 2005..Larger tipped cryothermal catheters may deliver efficacy and procedure benefits in the treatment of patients with atrial flutter...
- Amodal completion in visual search: preemption or context effects?Robert Rauschenberger
Department of Psychology, University of Arizona, Tucson 85721, USA
Psychol Sci 15:351-5. 2004..In both experiments, set effects were evident for 100-ms exposures; context effects were evident for 250-ms exposures...
- Illusory surfaces affect the integration of local motion signalsMarco Bertamini
Department of Psychology, University of Liverpool, Eleanor Rathbone Building, Liverpool L69 7ZA, UK
Vision Res 44:297-308. 2004..We conclude that (i) ISs can affect the long-range integration of local motion signals, and (ii) long-range motion integration obeys a coplanarity principle...