Filipe Cristino
Filipe Cristino
Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, NTU
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ScanMatch: A novel method for comparing fixation sequences
F Cristino, S Mathôt, J Theeuwes, ID Gilchrist
Behavior research methods 42 (3), 692-700, 2010
Children with autism are neither systematic nor optimal foragers
E Pellicano, AD Smith, F Cristino, BM Hood, J Briscoe, ID Gilchrist
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (1), 421-426, 2011
The nature of the visual representations involved in eye movements when walking down the street
F Cristino, R Baddeley
Visual Cognition 17 (6-7), 880-903, 2009
Non-selective lexical access in bilinguals is spontaneous and independent of input monitoring: Evidence from eye tracking
YJ Wu, F Cristino, C Leek, G Thierry
Cognition 129 (2), 418-425, 2013
A simple way to estimate similarity between pairs of eye movement sequences
S Mathôt, F Cristino, ID Gilchrist, J Theeuwes
Eye movement patterns during the recognition of three-dimensional objects: Preferential fixation of concave surface curvature minima
EC Leek, F Cristino, LI Conlan, C Patterson, E Rodriguez, SJ Johnston
Journal of Vision 12 (1), 7-7, 2012
Early differential sensitivity of evoked-potentials to local and global shape during the perception of three-dimensional objects
EC Leek, M Roberts, ZJ Oliver, F Cristino, AJ Pegna
Neuropsychologia 89, 495-509, 2016
Implicit encoding of extrinsic object properties in stored representations mediating recognition: Evidence from shadow-specific repetition priming
EC Leek, LI Davitt, F Cristino
Vision Research 108, 49-55, 2015
Eye movements during object recognition in visual agnosia
EC Leek, C Patterson, MA Paul, R Rafal, F Cristino
Neuropsychologia 50 (9), 2142-2153, 2012
Stereo disparity facilitates view generalization during shape recognition for solid multipart objects
F Cristino, L Davitt, WG Hayward, EC Leek
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (12), 2419-2436, 2015
Shape information mediating basic-and subordinate-level object recognition revealed by analyses of eye movements.
LI Davitt, F Cristino, ACN Wong, EC Leek
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (2), 451, 2014
Human body motion captures visual attention and elicits pupillary dilation
EH Williams, F Cristino, ES Cross
Cognition 193, 104029, 2019
Probing the Action Observation Network response to varying levels of action familiarity
T Gardner, A Aglinskas, ES Cross, R Kaunhoven, D Dorjee, I Greven, ...
Neuroimage, 1-44, 2017
Fixation preference for concave surface discontinuities during object recognition generalises across levels of stimulus classification
L Davitt, F Cristino, A Wong, EC Leek
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance 40, 451-456, 2014
The appearance of shape in visual perception: Eye movement patterns during recognition and reaching
F Cristino, LI Conlan, EC Leek
Lulu Press, 2012
How alliteration enhances conceptual–attentional interactions in reading
C Egan, F Cristino, JS Payne, G Thierry, MW Jones
Cortex 124, 111-118, 2020
The effect of prism adaptation on state estimates of eye position in the orbit
TM Gilligan, F Cristino, JH Bultitude, RD Rafal
Cortex 115, 246-263, 2019
Stereo viewing modulates three-dimensional shape processing during object recognition: A high-density ERP study.
ZJ Oliver, F Cristino, MV Roberts, AJ Pegna, EC Leek
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 44 (4), 518, 2018
Stereo information benefits view generalization in object recognition
C Patterson, F Cristino, W Hayward, C Leek
Journal of Vision 12 (9), 1044-1044, 2012
A scoping investigation of eye-tracking in Electronic Gambling Machine (EGM) play
RD Rogers, J Butler, S Millard, F Cristino, LI Davitt, EC Leek
Bangor: Bangor University, 2018
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