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Andrea Pavan

Associate Professor

Department of Psychology "Renzo Canestrari"

Academic discipline: M-PSI/01 General Psychology


Roccato, Marco; Campana, Gianluca; Vicovaro, Michele; Donato, Rita; Pavan, Andrea, Perception of complex Glass patterns through spatial summation across unique frames, «VISION RESEARCH», in corso di stampa, 216, pp. 1 - 9 [Scientific article]

Pavan, Andrea; Contillo, Adriano; Yilmaz, Seyma Koc; Kafaligonul, Hulusi; Donato, Rita; O'Hare, Louise, A comparison of equivalent noise methods in investigating local and global form and motion integration, «ATTENTION, PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS», 2023, 85, pp. 152 - 165 [Scientific article]Open Access

Pavan, Andrea; Malloni, Wilhelm M; Frank, Sebastian M; Wein, Simon; Donato, Rita; Greenlee, Mark W, Lack of orientation specific adaptation to vertically oriented Glass patterns in human visual cortex: an fMRI adaptation investigation, «SCIENTIFIC REPORTS», 2023, 13, Article number: 12362 , pp. 1 - 12 [Scientific article]Open Access

Duyar, Aysun; Pavan, Andrea; Kafaligonul, Hulusi, Attentional modulations of audiovisual interactions in apparent motion: Temporal ventriloquism effects on perceived visual speed, «ATTENTION, PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS», 2022, 84, pp. 2167 - 2185 [Scientific article]Open Access

Donato, Rita; Pavan, Andrea; Cavallin, Giovanni; Ballan, Lamberto; Betteto, Luca; Nucci, Massimo; Campana, Gianluca, Mechanisms Underlying Directional Motion Processing and Form-Motion Integration Assessed with Visual Perceptual Learning, «VISION», 2022, 6, Article number: 29 , pp. 1 - 17 [Scientific article]Open Access

Pavan, Andrea; Koc Yilmaz, Seyma; Kafaligonul, Hulusi; Battaglini, Luca; Blurton, Steven P, Motion processing impaired by transient spatial attention: Potential implications for the magnocellular pathway, «VISION RESEARCH», 2022, 199, pp. 108080 - 14 [Scientific article]

Andrea Pavan, Seyma Koc Yilmaz, Hulusi Kafaligonul, Luca Battaglini, Steven P. Blurton, Motion processing impaired by transient spatial attention: Potential implications for the magnocellular pathway, «VISION RESEARCH», 2022, 199, Article number: 108080 , pp. 1 - 14 [Scientific article]

Ghin F.; O'Hare L.; Pavan A., Electrophysiological aftereffects of high-frequency transcranial random noise stimulation (hf-tRNS): an EEG investigation, «EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH», 2021, 239, pp. 2399 - 2418 [Scientific article]Open Access

O'Hare L.; Goodwin P.; Sharp A.; Contillo A.; Pavan A., Improvement in visual perception after high-frequency transcranial random noise stimulation (hf-tRNS) in those with migraine: An equivalent noise approach, «NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA», 2021, 161, Article number: 107990 , pp. 107990 - 107998 [Scientific article]

Pavan A.; Contillo A.; Ghin F.; Donato R.; Foxwell M.J.; Atkins D.W.; Mather G.; Campana G., Spatial and Temporal Selectivity of Translational Glass Patterns Assessed With the Tilt After-Effect, «I-PERCEPTION», 2021, 12, Article number: 20416695211017924 , pp. 1 - 22 [Scientific article]Open Access

Donato R.; Pavan A.; Almeida J.; Nucci M.; Campana G., Temporal characteristics of global form perception in translational and circular Glass patterns, «VISION RESEARCH», 2021, 187, pp. 102 - 109 [Scientific article]

Pavan, Andrea; Ghin, Filippo; Campana, Gianluca, Visual Short-Term Memory for Coherent and Sequential Motion: A rTMS Investigation, «BRAIN SCIENCES», 2021, 11, Article number: 1471 , pp. 1 - 20 [Scientific article]Open Access

Donato R.; Pavan A.; Campana G., Investigating the Interaction Between Form and Motion Processing: A Review of Basic Research and Clinical Evidence, «FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY», 2020, 11, Article number: 566848 , pp. 1 - 14 [Scientific article]Open Access

Akyuz S.; Pavan A.; Kaya U.; Kafaligonul H., Short- and long-term forms of neural adaptation: An ERP investigation of dynamic motion aftereffects, «CORTEX», 2020, 125, pp. 122 - 134 [Scientific article]Open Access

Donato R.; Pavan A.; Nucci M.; Campana G., The neural mechanisms underlying directional and apparent circular motion assessed with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), «NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA», 2020, 149, Article number: 107656 , pp. 1 - 8 [Scientific article]

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