MARIO DALMASO

Post-doc Fellow
Via Venezia 8
35131 Padova, Italy
Room 01 027
Tel: +39 049 827 6538

 

   

Research Areas

Attention, Eye movements, Social cognition

Selected Publications

2017

Dalmaso, Mario; Castelli, Luigi; Scatturin, Pietro; Galfano, Giovanni

Working memory load modulates microsaccadic rate Journal Article

Journal of Vision, 17 (6), pp. 1-12, 2017.

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Dalmaso, Mario; Castelli, Luigi; Scatturin, Pietro; Galfano, Giovanni

Trajectories of social vision: Eye contact increases saccadic curvature Journal Article Forthcoming

Visual Cognition, Forthcoming.

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2016

Dalmaso, Mario; Edwards, Gareth S; Bayliss, Andrew P

Re-encountering individuals who previously engaged in joint gaze modulates subsequent gaze cueing Journal Article

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 42 (2), pp. 271-284, 2016.

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2013

Dalmaso, Mario; Galfano, Giovanni; Tarqui, Luana; Forti, Bruno; Castelli, Luigi

Is social attention impaired in schizophrenia? Gaze but not pointing gestures is associated with spatial attention deficits Journal Article

Neuropsychology, 27 (5), pp. 608-613, 2013.

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2012

Dalmaso, Mario; Pavan, Giulia; Castelli, Luigi; Galfano, Giovanni

Social status gates social attention in humans Journal Article

Biology Letters, pp. rsbl20110881, 2012.

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Publications

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2017

Dalmaso, Mario; Castelli, Luigi; Scatturin, Pietro; Galfano, Giovanni

Working memory load modulates microsaccadic rate Journal Article

Journal of Vision, 17 (6), pp. 1-12, 2017.

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Carraro, Luciana; Dalmaso, Mario; Castelli, Luigi; Galfano, Giovanni; Bobbio, Andrea; Mantovani, Gabriele

The appeal of the devil's eye: Social evaluation affects social attention Journal Article

Cognitive Processing, 18 (1), pp. 97-103, 2017.

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Dalmaso, Mario; Castelli, Luigi; Scatturin, Pietro; Galfano, Giovanni

Trajectories of social vision: Eye contact increases saccadic curvature Journal Article Forthcoming

Visual Cognition, Forthcoming.

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2016

Sessa, P; Dalmaso, M

Race perception and gaze direction differently impair visual working memory for faces: An event-related potential study Journal Article

Social Neuroscience, 11 (1), pp. 97–107, 2016.

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Dalmaso, Mario; Edwards, Gareth S; Bayliss, Andrew P

Re-encountering individuals who previously engaged in joint gaze modulates subsequent gaze cueing Journal Article

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 42 (2), pp. 271-284, 2016.

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Dalmaso, Mario; Castelli, Luigi; Scatturin, Pietro; Carli, Lorenza; Todisco, Patrizia; Palomba, Daniela; Galfano, Giovanni

Altered social attention in anorexia nervosa during real social interaction Journal Article

Scientific Reports, 6 , pp. 23311, 2016.

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2015

Pletti, Carolina; Dalmaso, Mario; Sarlo, Michela; Galfano, Giovanni

Gaze cuing of attention in snake phobic women: the influence of facial expression Journal Article

Frontiers in Psychology, 6 , pp. 454, 2015.

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Carraro, Lucian; Dalmaso, Mario; Castelli, Luigi; Galfano, Giovanni

The politics of attention contextualized: Gaze but not arrow cuing of attention is moderated by political temperament Journal Article

Cognitive Processing, 16 (3), pp. 309-314, 2015.

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Edwards, Gareth S; Stephenson, Lisa; Dalmaso, Mario; Bayliss, Andrew P

Social orienting in gaze leading: A mechanism for shared attention Journal Article

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 282 (1812), pp. 20151141, 2015.

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Dalmaso, Mario; Castelli, Luigi; Franchetti, Lorena; Carli, Lorenza; Todisco, Patrizia; Palomba, Daniela; Galfano, Giovanni

Altered orienting of attention in anorexia nervosa Journal Article

Psychiatry Research, 229 (1), pp. 318-325, 2015.

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