Items where Author is "Cristino, F"

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Journal article

EGAN, C., CRISTINO, F., PAYNE, J.S., THIERRY, G. and JONES, M.W., 2020. How alliteration enhances conceptual–attentional interactions in reading. Cortex, 124, pp. 111-118. ISSN 0010-9452

WILLIAMS, E.H., CRISTINO, F. and CROSS, E.S., 2019. Human body motion captures visual attention and elicits pupillary dilation. Cognition, 193: 104029. ISSN 0010-0277

GILLIGAN, T.M., CRISTINO, F., BULTITUDE, J.H. and RAFAL, R.D., 2019. The effect of prism adaptation on state estimates of eye position in the orbit. Cortex, 115, pp. 246-263. ISSN 0010-9452

OLIVER, Z.J., CRISTINO, F., ROBERTS, M.V., PEGNA, A.J. and LEEK, E.C., 2017. Stereo viewing modulates three-dimensional shape processing during object recognition: a high-density ERP study. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. ISSN 0096-1523

LEEK, E.C., ROBERTS, M., OLIVER, Z.J., CRISTINO, F. and PEGNA, A.J., 2016. Early differential sensitivity of evoked-potentials to local and global shape during the perception of three-dimensional objects. Neuropsychologia, 89, pp. 495-509. ISSN 0028-3932

LEEK, E.C., DAVITT, L.I. and CRISTINO, F., 2015. Implicit encoding of extrinsic object properties in stored representations mediating recognition: evidence from shadow-specific repetition priming. Vision Research, 108, pp. 49-55. ISSN 0042-6989

CRISTINO, F., DAVITT, L., HAYWARD, W.G. and LEEK, E.C., 2015. Stereo disparity facilitates view generalization during shape recognition for solid multipart objects. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68 (12), pp. 2419-2436. ISSN 1747-0218

DAVITT, L.I., CRISTINO, F., WONG, A.C.-N. and LEEK, E.C., 2014. Shape information mediating basic- and subordinate-level object recognition revealed by analyses of eye movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 40 (2), pp. 451-456. ISSN 0096-1523

WU, Y.J., CRISTINO, F., LEEK, C. and THIERRY, G., 2013. Non-selective lexical access in bilinguals is spontaneous and independent of input monitoring: evidence from eye tracking. Cognition, 129 (2), pp. 418-425. ISSN 0010-0277

Conference contribution

GOODWIN, P., CRISTINO, F., GUEST, D. and HOWARD, C., 2021. Effects of display segmentation in visual foraging for feature and conjunction targets. In: 43rd European Conference on Visual Perception, Virtual, 22-27 August 2021.

GOODWIN, P., CRISTINO, F., GUEST, D. and HOWARD, C., 2020. Visual foraging: feature versus conjunction targets and effects of display segmentation. In: Applied Vision Association (AVA) Christmas Meeting, Virtual, 21 December 2020.

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