Claudio Simoncini
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More is not always better: adaptive gain control explains dissociation between perception and action
C Simoncini, LU Perrinet, A Montagnini, P Mamassian, GS Masson
Nature neuroscience 15 (11), 1596-1603, 2012
572012
Reward sharpens orientation coding independently of attention
S Baldassi, C Simoncini
Frontiers in neuroscience 5, 13, 2011
212011
Shared sensory estimates for human motion perception and pursuit eye movements
T Mukherjee, M Battifarano, C Simoncini, LC Osborne
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (22), 8515-8530, 2015
162015
Spatiotemporal filter for visual motion integration from pursuit eye movements in humans and monkeys
T Mukherjee, B Liu, C Simoncini, LC Osborne
Journal of Neuroscience 37 (6), 1394-1412, 2017
112017
Towards an understanding of the roles of visual areas MT and MST in computing speed
AI Meso, C Simoncini
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 8, 92, 2014
62014
Oculometric signature of switch into awareness? Pupil size predicts sudden insight whereas microsaccades problem-solving via analysis.
C Salvi, C Simoncini, J Grafman, M Beeman
NeuroImage, 116933, 2020
42020
Measuring speed of moving textures: different pooling of motion information for human ocular following and perception
C Simoncini, LU Perrinet, A Montagnini, P Mamassian, G Masson
Front. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: Neural Coding. Decision-Making …, 2012
22012
How and why do image frequency properties influence perceived speed?
A Meso, C Simoncini, L Perrinet, G Masson
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 354-354, 2013
12013
Effect of image statistics on fixational eye movements
C Simoncini, A Montagnini, LU Perrinet, GS Masson
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 1014-1014, 2012
12012
Different pooling of motion information for perceptual speed discrimination and behavioral speed estimation
C Simoncini, LU Perrinet, A Montagnini, P Mamassian, GS Masson
Journal of Vision 10 (7), 834-834, 2010
12010
Reward sharpens orientation coding independently on attention
S Baldassi, C Simoncini
Nature Precedings, 1-1, 2009
12009
Dynamic non-linear interactions serving speed estimation inferred from channel interactions during ocular following
GS Masson, N Gekas, AI Meso, C Simoncini, P Mamassian
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 167b-167b, 2019
2019
The characteristics of microsaccadic eye movements varied with the change of strategy in a match-to-sample task.
C Simoncini, A Montagnini, LU Perrinet, GS Masson
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 110-110, 2014
2014
Beyond simply faster and slower: exploring paradoxes in speed perception
AI Meso, C Simoncini, L Perrinet, GS Masson
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 491-491, 2014
2014
Intégration spatio-‐temporelle de l’information visuelle pour les mouvements oculaires et la perception
C Simoncini
Aix-‐Marseille Université, 2013
2013
Intégration spatio-temporelle de l'information visuelle pour les mouvements oculaires et la perception:= Spatio-temporal integration of visual information for eye movements and …
C Simoncini
Aix-Marseille, 2013
2013
Different temporal integration for ocular following and speed perception
C Simoncini, LU Perrinet, A Montagnini, GS Masson
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 385-385, 2013
2013
Pattern discrimination for moving random textures: Richer stimuli are more difficult to recognize
C Simoncini, A Montagnini, LU Perrinet, P Mamassian, GS Masson
Journal of Vision 11 (11), 749-749, 2011
2011
Reward modulates the signal-to-noise ratio of orientation-tuned channels
S Baldassi, C Simoncini
Perception ECVP abstract 38, 6-6, 2009
2009
Low-level effects of reward can be disentangled from both spatial and feature attention
C Simoncini, S Baldassi
Perception ECVP abstract 37, 94-94, 2008
2008
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