Lisa Scocchia
TitleCited byYear
What’s “up”? Working memory contents can bias orientation processing
L Scocchia, GM Cicchini, J Triesch
Vision Research 78, 46-55, 2013
362013
Top-down influences on ambiguous perception: the role of stable and transient states of the observer
L Scocchia, M Valsecchi, J Triesch
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8 (10.3389/fnhum.2014.00979), 1-18, 2014
342014
Visual working memory contents bias ambiguous structure from motion perception
L Scocchia, M Valsecchi, KR Gegenfurtner, J Triesch
PloS one 8 (3), e59217, 2013
232013
The influence of facing direction on the haptic identification of two-dimensional raised pictures
L Scocchia, N Stucchi, JM Loomis
Perception 38 (4), 606-612, 2009
142009
Observer’s control of the moving stimulus increases the flash-lag effect
L Scocchia, RA Grosso, C de’Sperati, N Stucchi, G Baud-Bovy
Vision research 49 (19), 2363-2370, 2009
132009
Children’s first handwriting productions show a rhythmic structure
E Pagliarini, L Scocchia, M Vernice, M Zoppello, U Balottin, S Bouamama, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 5516, 2017
102017
Differential effects of visual attention and working memory on binocular rivalry
L Scocchia, M Valsecchi, K Gegenfurtner, J Triesch
Journal of Vision 14 (5), 1-15, 2014
102014
Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation can stabilize perception of movement: evidence from the two-thirds power law illusion
L Scocchia, N Bolognini, S Convento, N Stucchi
Neuroscience letters 609, 87-91, 2015
72015
Is mass invariant? Effects of movement amplitude and duration
LS G Baud-Bovy
Fechner day, 369-374, 2009
7*2009
The perceptual salience of symmetrical and asymmetrical sections of a line
N Stucchi, V Graci, C Toneatto, L Scocchia
Perception 39 (8), 1026-1042, 2010
52010
The buzz-lag effect
C Cellini, L Scocchia, K Drewing
Experimental brain research 234 (10), 2849-2857, 2016
42016
Spatial alignment and response hand in geometric and motion illusions
L Scocchia, M Paroli, NA Stucchi, A Sedda
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1169, 2017
22017
When geometry constrains vision: Systematic misperceptions within geometrical configurations
N Stucchi, L Scocchia, A Carlini
PloS one 11 (3), e0151488, 2016
12016
Repulsive Serial Effects in Visual Numerosity Judgments
M Valsecchi, N Stucchi, L Scocchia
Perception 47 (7), 780-788, 2018
2018
Children's first handwriting productions show a rhythmic structure (vol 7, 2017)
E Pagliarini, L Scocchia, M Vernice, M Zoppello, U Balottin, S Bouamama, ...
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 8, 2018
2018
Author Correction: Children’s first handwriting productions show a rhythmic structure
E Pagliarini, L Scocchia, M Vernice, M Zoppello, U Balottin, S Bouamama, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 4874, 2018
2018
The haptic and the visual flash-lag effect and the role of flash characteristics
K Drewing, E Hitzel, L Scocchia
PloS one 13 (1), e0189291, 2018
2018
Task-driven influence of visual working memory on binocular rivalry
L Scocchia, M Valsecchi, N Stucchi
JOURNAL OF ALZHEIMERS DISEASE 53, S67-S67, 2016
2016
Corrigendum to “Cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation can stabilize perception of movement: Evidence from the two-thirds power law illusion”[Neurosci. Lett. 609 …
L Scocchia, N Bolognini, S Convento, N Stucchi
Neuroscience Letters 100 (616), 226, 2016
2016
Differential effects of visual attention and working
L Scocchia, M Valsecchi, KR Gegenfurtner, J Triesch
2014
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