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Facchin, A., Daini, R., & Zavagno, D. (2017). The Glare Effect Test and the Impact of Age on Luminosity Thresholds. Frontiers in psychology8.

Bulf, H., de Hevia, M.D., & Macchi Cassia, V. (2016). Small on the left, large on the right: Numbers orient visual attention onto space in preverbal infants. Developmental Science, 19, 394-401.

Brenna V., Nava E., Turati C., Montirosso R., Cavallini A., & Borgatti R. (2015). Intersensory redundancy promotes visual rhythm discrimination in visually impaired infants. Infant Behavior and Development, 39, 92-97.

Bricolo, E., Salvi, C., Martelli, M., Arduino, L.S., Daini, R. (2015). The effects of crowding on eye movement patterns in reading. Acta Psychologica, 160, 23-34.

Longhi, E., Senna, I., Bolognini, N., Bulf, H., Tagliabue, P., Macchi Cassia, V., & Turati, C (2015). Discrimination of biomechanically possible and impossible hand movements at birth. Child Development, 86, 632-641.

Bulf, H., de Hevia, M.D., & Macchi Cassia, V. (2014). Are numbers, size and brightness equally efficient in orienting visual attention? Evidence from an eye-tracking study. PLoS ONE, 9, e99499.

Bulf, H. & Valenza, E. (2013). Object-based visual attention in 8-month-old infants: Evidence from an eye-tracking study. Developmental Psychology, 49, 1909-1918.

Gallace A., Martelli M.L. Daini R. (2012). Inconstancy and inconsistency of visual illusory phenomena? The case of the Poggendorff Figure. Psychology. 3(3), 257-264.



Saibene A., Corchs S., Daini R., Facchin A. and Gasparini F. (2018). EEG Data of Face Recognition in Case of Biological Compatible Changes: A Pilot Study on Healthy People.In Proceedings of the 15th International Joint Conference on e-Business and Telecommunications - Volume 2: ICETE, ISBN 978-989-758-319-3, pages 414-420. DOI: 10.5220/0006909104140420

Geangu E., Ichikawa I., Lao J., Kanazawa S., Yamaguchi M, Caldara R., Turati C. (2016). Culture shapes 7-month-olds' perceptual strategies in discriminating facial expressions of emotion. Current Biology, 26, R663–R664.

Kobayashi, M., Macchi Cassia, V., Kanazawa, S., Yamaguchi, M., & Kakigi, R. (2016). Perceptual narrowing towards adult faces is a cross-cultural phenomenon in infancy: A Behavioral and near-infrared spectroscopy study with Japanese infants. Developmental Science. DOI: 10.1111/desc.12498

Malaspina M., Albonico A., Daini R. (2016): Right perceptual bias and self-face recognition in individuals with congenital prosopagnosia, Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 21 (2), 118-142.

Palermo R., Rossion B., Rhodes G., Laguesse R., Tez T., Hall B., Albonico A., Malaspina M., Daini R., Irons J., Al-Janabi S., Taylor L.J., Rivolta D., McKone E. (2016). Do people have insight into their face recognition abilities? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Epub ahead of print.

Albonico A., Malaspina M., Daini R. (2015). Something in the way people move: the benefit of facial movements in face identification. Frontiers in Psychology, Cognition, 6, 1211.

Brenna, V., Turati, C., Montirosso, R., & Macchi Cassia, V. (2015). The interference effect of emotional expressions on facial identity recognition in preschool-age children. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 12, 443-458.

Macchi Cassia, V., Proietti, V., Gava, L., & Bricolo, E. (2015). Searching for faces of different ages: evidence for an experienced-based own-age detection advantage in adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 41, 1037-1048.

Proietti, V., Macchi Cassia, V., dell'Amore, F., Conte, S., Bricolo, E. (2015). Visual scanning behavior is related to recognition performance for own- and other-age faces. Frontiers in Psychology. 6, 1684.

Proietti, V., Pavone, S., Ricciardelli, P., Macchi Cassia, V. (2015). The Left Perceptual Bias for adult and infant faces in adults and 5-year-old children: Face age matters. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 20, 1-21.

Valenza E., Otsuka Y., Bulf H., Ichikawa H., Kanazawa S., & Yamaguchi, M.K. (2015).Face orientation and motion differently affect the deployment of visual attention in newborns and 4-month-old infants. PlosONE, 10, e0136965.

Daini R, Comparetti CM, Ricciardelli P (2014). Behavioral dissociation between emotional and non-emotional facial expressions in congenital prosopagnosia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8:974, pp 1-11.

Macchi Cassia, V., Bulf, H., Quadrelli, E., & Proietti, V. (2014). Age-related face processing bias in infancy: Evidence of perceptual narrowing for adult faces. Developmental Psychobiology, 56, 238-248.

Macchi Cassia, V., Luo, L., Pisacane, A., Li, H., Lee, K. (2014). How race and age experiences shape young children’s face processing abilities. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 120, 87-101.

Bulf, H., Valenza, E., & Turati, C. (2013). How a hat may affect 3-month-olds’ recognition of a face: An eye-tracking study. PlosONE, 8, e82839.

Macchi Cassia, V., Proietti, V., Pisacane, A. (2013). Early and later experience with one younger sibling affects face processing abilities of 6-year-old children. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 37, 160-165.

Peykarjou, S., Westerlund, A., Macchi Cassia, V., Kuefner, D., & Nelson, C.A. (2013). The neural correlates of processing newborn and adult faces in 3-year-old children. Developmental Science, 16, 905-914.

Di Giorgio E., Turati C., Altoé G., & Simion F. (2012). Face detection in complex visual displays: An eye tracking study with 3- and 6-month-old infants and adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 113, 66-77.



Facchin, A., & Beschin, N. (2018). Different impact of prism adaptation rehabilitation in spatial neglect and anosognosia for hemiplegia. Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine, 61(2), 113.

Facchin, A., Bultitude, J. H., Mornati, G., Peverelli, M., & Daini, R. (2018). A comparison of prism adaptation with terminal versus concurrent exposure on sensorimotor changes and spatial neglect. Neuropsychological rehabilitation, 1-28.

Facchin A., Figliano G., Dante A., Beschin N., Daini R. (2018) A comparison of prism adaptation, optokinetic stimulation and visuo-spatial training in the rehabilitation of spatial neglect,Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Volume 61, Supplement, July 2018, Page e190.

Facchin A, Beschin N, Daini R (2015). Not prism prescription, but prism adaptation rehabilitates spatial neglect; a reply to Bansal, Han and Ciuffreda. Brain Injury. 29(4), 533-534.

Daini R., Albonico A., Malaspina M., Martelli M., Primativo S. and Arduino L.S. (2013). Dissociation in optokinetic stimulation sensitivity between omission and substitution reading errors in neglect dyslexia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:581.Primativo, S., Arduino, L.S., Daini, R., De Luca, M., Toneatto C., Martelli, M. (2015). Impaired oculo-motor behaviour affects both reading and scene perception in neglect patients. Neuropsychologia, 70, 90-106.

Facchin A., Beschin N., Toraldo A., Cisari C., Daini R. (2013). Aftereffect induced by prisms of different power in the rehabilitation of neglect. NeuroRehabilitation. 32(4), 839-853.

Facchin A, Daini R and Toraldo A (2013). Prismatic adaptation in the rehabilitation of neglect patients: does the specific procedure matter? Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:137.

Primativo, S., Arduino, L.S., De Luca, M., Daini, R., Martelli, M. (2013). Neglect Dyslexia: a matter of “good looking”. Neuropsychologia. 51 (11), 2109-2119.



Natale E., Addabbo M., Marchis I., Bolognini N., Macchi Cassia V., & Turati C. (2016). Action priming with biomechanically possible and impossible grasps: ERP evidence from 6-month-old infants. Social Neuroscience.

Senna I., Addabbo M., Bolognini N., Longhi E., Macchi Cassia V., Turati C. (2016). Infants’ visual recognition of pincer grip emerges between 9 and 12 months of age. Infancy. DOI: 10.1111/infa.12163.



De Hevia, M.D., Addabbo, M., Nava, E., Croci, E., Girelli, L., & Macchi Cassia, V. (2017). Infants’ detection of increasing numerical order comes before detection of decreasing number. Cognition, 158, 177-188.