Nicola Binetti
Nicola Binetti
University College London; UCLIC; Universita La Sapienza
Verified email at ucl.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Face exploration dynamics differentiate men and women
A Coutrot, N Binetti, C Harrison, I Mareschal, A Johnston
Journal of vision 16 (14), 16-16, 2016
302016
Pupil dilation as an index of preferred mutual gaze duration
N Binetti, C Harrison, A Coutrot, A Johnston, I Mareschal
Royal Society Open Science 3 (7), 160086, 2016
232016
Time-dilation and time-contraction in an anisochronous and anisometric visual scenery
N Binetti, F Lecce, F Doricchi
Journal of Vision 12 (7), 8-8, 2012
162012
The effect of self-efficacy on visual discrimination sensitivity
G Zacharopoulos, N Binetti, V Walsh, R Kanai
PloS one 9 (10), e109392, 2014
122014
No reversal of the Oppel–Kundt illusion with short stimuli: confutation of the space anisometry interpretation of neglect and ‘cross-over’in line bisection
F Doricchi, P Guariglia, F Figliozzi, M Silvetti, M Gasparini, S Merola, ...
Brain 131 (5), e94-e94, 2007
92007
Time in motion: Effects of whole-body rotatory accelerations on timekeeping processes
N Binetti, IA Siegler, D Bueti, F Doricchi
Neuropsychologia 48 (6), 1842-1852, 2010
72010
Adaptive tuning of perceptual timing to whole body motion
N Binetti, IA Siegler, D Bueti, F Doricchi
Neuropsychologia 51 (2), 197-210, 2013
62013
Positive correlation in the bisection of long and short horizontal Oppel–Kundt illusory gradients: Implications for the interpretation of the “cross-over” effect in spatial neglect
N Binetti, M Aiello, S Merola, M Bruschini, F Lecce, E Macci, F Doricchi
cortex 47 (5), 608-616, 2011
62011
Binding space and time through action
N Binetti, N Hagura, C Fadipe, A Tomassini, V Walsh, S Bestmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1805), 20150381, 2015
52015
Temporal order judgements of dynamic gaze stimuli reveal a postdictive prioritisation of averted over direct shifts
N Binetti, C Harrison, I Mareschal, A Johnston
i-Perception 8 (4), 2041669517720808, 2017
22017
Individual differences in preference for mutual gaze duration.
C Harrison, N Binetti, A Coutrot, I Mareschal, A Johnston
J Vis 15 (12), 173-, 2015
22015
Pupil response hazard rates predict perceived gaze durations
N Binetti, C Harrison, I Mareschal, A Johnston
Scientific reports 7 (1), 3969, 2017
12017
Time-order errors in duration judgment are independent of spatial positioning
C Harrison, N Binetti, I Mareschal, A Johnston
Frontiers in psychology 8, 340, 2017
12017
Reciprocating the gaze of others: how we look and how long we like to be looked at.
N Binetti, C Harrison, A Coutrot, I Mareschal, A Johnston
Journal of vision 15 (12), 172-172, 2015
12015
Assumptions about the positioning of virtual stimuli affect gaze direction estimates during Augmented Reality based interactions
N Binetti, T Cheng, I Mareschal, D Brumby, S Julier, N Bianchi-Berthouze
Scientific reports 9 (1), 2566, 2019
2019
Nicola Binetti UCL Interaction Centre University College London London, UK n. binetti@ ucl. ac. uk
I Mareschal, D Brumby, S Julier, N Bianchi-Berthouze
2019
Personality Traits Do Not Predict How We Look at Faces
C Harrison, N Binetti, A Coutrot, A Johnston, I Mareschal
Perception 47 (9), 976-984, 2018
2018
Selective binding of facial features reveals dynamic expression fragments
C Harrison, N Binetti, I Mareschal, A Johnston
Scientific reports 8 (1), 9031, 2018
2018
Temporal Limit of Orthogonal Motion in Facial Features
C Harrison, N Binetti, I Mareschal, A Johnston
PERCEPTION 46 (10), 1234-1234, 2017
2017
Averted Eye Shifts Are Prioritized Over Direct Shifts When Evaluating the Temporal Order of Gaze Behaviours
N Binetti, C Harrison, I Mareschal, A Johnston
PERCEPTION 46 (10), 1236-1237, 2017
2017
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