Irene Sperandio
Irene Sperandio
University of Trento - Department of Psychology and Cognitive Science 
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Retinotopic activity in V1 reflects the perceived and not the retinal size of an afterimage
I Sperandio, PA Chouinard, MA Goodale
Nature neuroscience 15 (4), 540-542, 2012
Global processing during the Müller-Lyer illusion is distinctively affected by the degree of autistic traits in the typical population
PA Chouinard, WA Noulty, I Sperandio, O Landry
Experimental Brain Research 230 (2), 219-231, 2013
The mechanisms of size constancy
I Sperandio, PA Chouinard
Multisensory Research 28 (3-4), 253-283, 2015
Afterimage size is modulated by size-contrast illusions
I Sperandio, A Lak, MA Goodale
Journal of Vision 12 (2), 18-18, 2012
Susceptibility to optical illusions varies as a function of the autism-spectrum quotient but not in ways predicted by local–global biases
PA Chouinard, KL Unwin, O Landry, I Sperandio
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (6), 2224-2239, 2016
Is simple reaction time affected by visual illusions?
I Sperandio, S Savazzi, CA Marzi
Experimental brain research 201 (2), 345-350, 2010
Evidence of midline retinal nasotemporal overlap in healthy humans: A model for foveal sparing in hemianopia?
CA Marzi, F Mancini, I Sperandio, S Savazzi
Neuropsychologia 47 (13), 3007-3011, 2009
Visual illusions: An interesting tool to investigate developmental dyslexia and autism spectrum disorder
S Gori, M Molteni, A Facoetti
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 175, 2016
Visual reaction time and size constancy
I Sperandio, S Savazzi, RL Gregory, CA Marzi
Perception 38 (11), 1601-1609, 2009
Perceived size change induced by nonvisual signals in darkness: the relative contribution of vergence and proprioception
I Sperandio, S Kaderali, PA Chouinard, J Frey, MA Goodale
Journal of neuroscience 33 (43), 16915-16923, 2013
A review of abnormalities in the perception of visual illusions in schizophrenia
DJ King, J Hodgekins, PA Chouinard, VA Chouinard, I Sperandio
Psychonomic bulletin & review 24 (3), 734-751, 2017
Differences in the effects of crowding on size perception and grip scaling in densely cluttered 3-D scenes
J Chen, I Sperandio, MA Goodale
Psychological Science 26 (1), 58-69, 2015
Size aftereffects are eliminated when adaptor stimuli are prevented from reaching awareness by continuous flash suppression
R Laycock, JA Sherman, I Sperandio, PA Chouinard
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 11, 479, 2017
Retinotopic organization of the visual cortex before and after decompression of the optic chiasm in a patient with pituitary macroadenoma: Case report
PA Chouinard, CL Striemer, WHA Ryu, I Sperandio, MA Goodale, ...
Journal of neurosurgery 117 (2), 218-224, 2012
Proprioceptive distance cues restore perfect size constancy in grasping, but not perception, when vision is limited
J Chen, I Sperandio, MA Goodale
Current Biology 28 (6), 927-932. e4, 2018
The Shepard illusion is reduced in children with an autism spectrum disorder because of perceptual rather than attentional mechanisms
PA Chouinard, KA Royals, O Landry, I Sperandio
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2452, 2018
Changing the real viewing distance reveals the temporal evolution of size constancy in visual cortex
J Chen, I Sperandio, MJ Henry, MA Goodale
Current Biology 29 (13), 2237-2243. e4, 2019
Pupil size as a gateway into conscious interpretation of brightness
I Sperandio, N Bond, P Binda
Frontiers in neurology 9, 1070, 2018
Perceptual discrimination of basic object features is not facilitated when priming stimuli are prevented from reaching awareness by means of visual masking
HJ Peel, I Sperandio, R Laycock, PA Chouinard
Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 12, 13, 2018
Perceiving and acting in the real world: from neural activity to behavior
S Monaco, G Buckingham, I Sperandio, JD Crawford
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 179, 2016
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