Massimo Turatto
Massimo Turatto
CIMeC, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy
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Segmentation, attention and phenomenal visual objects
J Driver, G Davis, C Russell, M Turatto, E Freeman
Cognition 80 (1-2), 61-95, 2001
3202001
Visual-spatial attention in developmental dyslexia
A Facoetti, P Paganoni, M Turatto, V Marzola, GG Mascetti
Cortex 36 (1), 109-123, 2000
3202000
Color, form and luminance capture attention in visual search
M Turatto, G Galfano
Vision research 40 (13), 1639-1643, 2000
2142000
Attention selection, distractor suppression and N2pc
V Mazza, M Turatto, A Caramazza
cortex 45 (7), 879-890, 2009
1802009
Orienting of visual attention in dyslexia: evidence for asymmetric hemispheric control of attention
A Facoetti, M Turatto, ML Lorusso, GG Mascetti
Experimental Brain Research 138 (1), 46-53, 2001
1632001
Attentional selection and identification of visual objects are reflected by distinct electrophysiological responses
V Mazza, M Turatto, C UmiltÓ, M Eimer
Experimental Brain Research 181 (3), 531-536, 2007
1612007
Attentional capture by color without any relevant attentional set
M Turatto, G Galfano
Perception & Psychophysics 63 (2), 286-297, 2001
1302001
Attention makes moving objects be perceived to move faster
M Turatto, M Vescovi, M Valsecchi
Vision research 47 (2), 166-178, 2007
1102007
Nonspatial attentional shifts between audition and vision.
M Turatto, F Benso, G Galfano, C Umilta
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 28 (3), 628, 2002
1082002
Automatic and voluntary focusing of attention
M Turatto, F Benso, A Facoetti, G Galfano, GG Mascetti, C UmiltÓ
Perception & Psychophysics 62 (5), 935-952, 2000
1062000
Asymmetrical visual fields distribution of attention in dyslexic children: a neuropsychological study
A Facoetti, M Turatto
Neuroscience Letters 290 (3), 216-218, 2000
1012000
Inhibition of return in microsaccades
G Galfano, E Betta, M Turatto
Experimental Brain Research 159 (3), 400-404, 2004
932004
Are you ready? I can tell by looking at your microsaccades
E Betta, M Turatto
Neuroreport 17 (10), 1001-1004, 2006
902006
Visual oddballs induce prolonged microsaccadic inhibition
M Valsecchi, E Betta, M Turatto
Experimental Brain Research 177 (2), 196-208, 2007
862007
Space-independent modality-driven attentional capture in auditory, tactile and visual systems
M Turatto, G Galfano, B Bridgeman, C UmiltÓ
Experimental Brain Research 155 (3), 301-310, 2004
852004
Change perception in complex auditory scenes
F Pavani, M Turatto
Perception & Psychophysics 70 (4), 619-629, 2008
832008
How automatic are audiovisual links in exogenous spatial attention?
V Mazza, M Turatto, M Rossi, C UmiltÓ
Neuropsychologia 45 (3), 514-522, 2007
782007
Foreground–background segmentation and attention: A change blindness study
V Mazza, M Turatto, C Umilta
Psychological research 69 (3), 201-210, 2005
762005
The role of the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in visual change awareness
M Turatto, M Sandrini, C Miniussi
Neuroreport 15 (16), 2549-2552, 2004
682004
Looking without seeing the background change: Electrophysiological correlates of change detection versus change blindness
M Turatto, A Angrilli, V Mazza, C Umilta, J Driver
Cognition 84 (1), B1-B10, 2002
642002
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