I am an experimental psychologist interested in visual attention and perception. My research approach integrates theories and methodologies of cognitive and affective neuroscience, psychophysics, and social psychology. I mainly use eye movements in combination with behavioural and self-report measures.
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Social modulators of gaze-mediated orienting of attention: A review Journal Article
In: Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, vol. 27, pp. 833-855, 2020.
Foot cues can elicit covert orienting of attention Journal Article Forthcoming
In: Psychological Research, Forthcoming.
Cross-cultural evidence of a space-ethnicity association in face categorisation Journal Article Forthcoming
In: Current Psychology, Forthcoming.
When time stands upright: STEARC effects along the vertical axis Journal Article
In: Psychological Research, vol. 87, pp. 894–918 , 2023.
Can masked gaze and arrow stimuli elicit overt orienting of attention? A registered report Journal Article
In: Consciousness and Cognition, vol. 109, no. 103476, 2023.
Tuning social modulations of gaze cueing via contextual factors Journal Article Forthcoming
In: Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, Forthcoming.
Heterogeneity of smartphone impact on everyday life and its relationship with personality and psychopathology: A latent profile analysis Journal Article
In: Comprehensive Psychiatry, vol. 120, pp. 152356, 2023.
Exploring the Social Environment with the Eyes: A Review of the Impact of Facial Stimuli on Saccadic Trajectories Journal Article
In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , vol. 19, iss. 24, no. 16615, 2022.
Towards the boundaries of self-prioritization: Associating the self With asymmetric shapes disrupts the self-prioritization effect Journal Article
In: Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, vol. 49, pp. 972-986, 2022.
Direct gaze holds attention, but not in individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder Journal Article
In: Brain Sciences, vol. 12, pp. 288, 2022.
Face masks do not alter gaze cueing of attention: Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic Journal Article
In: i-Perception, vol. 12, pp. 1-16, 2021.
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