Andrea Pavan
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The motion aftereffect reloaded
G Mather, A Pavan, G Campana, C Casco
Trends in cognitive sciences 12 (12), 481-487, 2008
1602008
Double dissociation of working memory load effects induced by bilateral parietal modulation
M Sandrini, A Fertonani, LG Cohen, C Miniussi
Neuropsychologia 50 (3), 396-402, 2012
702012
Reducing crowding by weakening inhibitory lateral interactions in the periphery with perceptual learning
M Maniglia, A Pavan, LF Cuturi, G Campana, G Sato, C Casco
PloS one 6 (10), e25568, 2011
492011
Interactions between motion and form processing in the human visual system
G Mather, A Pavan, R Bellacosa Marotti, G Campana, C Casco
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 7, 65, 2013
452013
Separate motion-detecting mechanisms for first-and second-order patterns revealed by rapid forms of visual motion priming and motion aftereffect
A Pavan, G Campana, M Guerreschi, M Manassi, C Casco
Journal of Vision 9 (11), 27-27, 2009
442009
Improving visual functions in adult amblyopia with combined perceptual training and transcranial random noise stimulation (tRNS): a pilot study
G Campana, R Camilleri, A Pavan, A Veronese, G Lo Giudice
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1402, 2014
422014
Improvement of uncorrected visual acuity and contrast sensitivity with perceptual learning and transcranial random noise stimulation in individuals with mild myopia
R Camilleri, A Pavan, F Ghin, L Battaglini, G Campana
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1234, 2014
422014
The neural basis of the Enigma illusion: A transcranial magnetic stimulation study
M Ruzzoli, S Gori, A Pavan, C Pirulli, CA Marzi, C Miniussi
Neuropsychologia 49 (13), 3648-3655, 2011
402011
Temporal abnormalities in children with developmental dyscalculia
CM Vicario, G Rappo, A Pepi, A Pavan, D Martino
Developmental Neuropsychology 37 (7), 636-652, 2012
372012
The subjective duration of audiovisual looming and receding stimuli
M Grassi, A Pavan
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (6), 1321-1333, 2012
352012
Implied motion from static photographs influences the perceived position of stationary objects
A Pavan, LF Cuturi, M Maniglia, C Casco, G Campana
Vision research 51 (1), 187-194, 2011
342011
Priming of first-and second-order motion: Mechanisms and neural substrates
G Campana, A Pavan, C Casco
Neuropsychologia 46 (2), 393-398, 2008
342008
Motion-induced position shifts occur after motion integration
G Mather, A Pavan
Vision Research 49 (23), 2741-2746, 2009
292009
Perceptual learning leads to long lasting visual improvement in patients with central vision loss
M Maniglia, A Pavan, G Sato, G Contemori, S Montemurro, L Battaglini, ...
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 34 (5), 697-720, 2016
262016
The application of online transcranial random noise stimulation and perceptual learning in the improvement of visual functions in mild myopia
R Camilleri, A Pavan, G Campana
Neuropsychologia 89, 225-231, 2016
252016
Differential effects of high-frequency transcranial random noise stimulation (hf-tRNS) on contrast sensitivity and visual acuity when combined with a short perceptual training …
B Moret, R Camilleri, A Pavan, GL Giudice, A Veronese, R Rizzo, ...
Neuropsychologia 114, 125-133, 2018
242018
The fastest (and simplest), the earliest: The locus of processing of rapid forms of motion aftereffect
G Campana, A Pavan, M Maniglia, C Casco
Neuropsychologia 49 (10), 2929-2934, 2011
232011
Improving myopia via perceptual learning: is training with lateral masking the only (or the most) efficacious technique?
R Camilleri, A Pavan, F Ghin, G Campana
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76 (8), 2485-2494, 2014
222014
Common (and multiple) neural substrates for static and dynamic motion after-effects: A rTMS investigation
G Campana, M Maniglia, A Pavan
Cortex 49 (9), 2590-2594, 2013
222013
Psychophysical evidence for interactions between visual motion and form processing at the level of motion integrating receptive fields
G Mather, A Pavan, RM Bellacosa, C Casco
Neuropsychologia 50 (1), 153-159, 2012
222012
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