Luca Battaglini
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When attention wanders: Pupillometric signatures of fluctuations in external attention
M Konishi, K Brown, L Battaglini, J Smallwood
Cognition 168, 16-26, 2017
642017
Improvement of uncorrected visual acuity and contrast sensitivity with perceptual learning and transcranial random noise stimulation in individuals with mild myopia
R Camilleri, A Pavan, F Ghin, L Battaglini, G Campana
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1234, 2014
382014
Illusory speed is retained in memory during invisible motion
L Battaglini, G Campana, C Casco
i-Perception 4 (3), 180-191, 2013
242013
Perceptual learning leads to long lasting visual improvement in patients with central vision loss
M Maniglia, A Pavan, G Sato, G Contemori, S Montemurro, L Battaglini, ...
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 34 (5), 697-720, 2016
222016
Anodal and cathodal electrical stimulation over V5 improves motion perception by signal enhancement and noise reduction
L Battaglini, S Noventa, C Casco
Brain Stimulation 10 (4), 773-779, 2017
152017
Perceptual learning improves contrast sensitivity, visual acuity, and foveal crowding in amblyopia
M Barollo, G Contemori, L Battaglini, A Pavan, C Casco
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 35 (5), 483-496, 2017
132017
TMS reveals flexible use of form and motion cues in biological motion perception
G Mather, L Battaglini, G Campana
Neuropsychologia 84, 193-197, 2016
112016
Probing the involvement of the earliest levels of cortical processing in motion extrapolation with rapid forms of visual motion priming and adaptation
L Battaglini, G Campana, R Camilleri, C Casco
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77 (2), 603-612, 2015
112015
Neural restoration training improves visual functions and expands visual field of patients with homonymous visual field defects
C Casco, M Barollo, G Contemori, L Battaglini
Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience 36 (2), 275-291, 2018
72018
Intuitive physics of gravitational motion as shown by perceptual judgment and prediction-motion tasks
M Vicovaro, S Noventa, L Battaglini
Acta psychologica 194, 51-62, 2019
62019
The effects of aging on orientation discrimination
C Casco, M Barollo, G Contemori, L Battaglini
Frontiers in aging neuroscience 9, 45, 2017
62017
Fast moving texture has opposite effects on the perceived speed of visible and occluded object trajectories
L Battaglini, G Contemori, M Maniglia, C Casco
Acta psychologica 170, 206-214, 2016
52016
Electrophysiological correlates of motion extrapolation: an investigation on the CNV
L Battaglini, C Casco, BR Isaacs, D Bridges, G Ganis
Neuropsychologia 95, 86-93, 2017
42017
Suppressive effects on motion discrimination induced by transient flankers are reduced by perceptual learning
C Casco, L Battaglini, M Bossi, E Porracin, A Pavan
Journal of vision 15 (8), 25-25, 2015
42015
Parietal tACS at beta frequency improves vision in a crowding regime
L Battaglini, A Ghiani, C Casco, L Ronconi
NeuroImage 208, 116451, 2020
32020
Developmental dyslexia: A deficit in magnocellular-parvocellular co-activation, not simply in pure magnocellular activation
G Contemori, L Battaglini, M Barollo, A Ciavarelli, C Casco
Vision research 159, 61-67, 2019
22019
Fast random motion biases judgments of visible and occluded motion speed
L Battaglini, M Maniglia, M Konishi, G Contemori, A Coccaro, C Casco
Vision research 150, 38-43, 2018
22018
The effect of experience and of dots’ density and duration on the detection of coherent motion in dogs
O Kanizsár, P Mongillo, L Battaglini, G Campana, M Lőoke, L Marinelli
Animal cognition 21 (5), 651-660, 2018
22018
Dogs are not better than humans at detecting coherent motion
O Kanizsár, P Mongillo, L Battaglini, G Campana, L Marinelli
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-7, 2017
22017
Contribution of visuospatial and motion-tracking to invisible motion
L Battaglini, C Casco
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1369, 2016
22016
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