Irene Sperandio
Irene Sperandio
University of Trento - Department of Psychology and Cognitive Science 
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Retinotopic activity in V1 reflects the perceived and not the retinal size of an afterimage
I Sperandio, PA Chouinard, MA Goodale
Nature neuroscience 15 (4), 540-542, 2012
Global processing during the Müller-Lyer illusion is distinctively affected by the degree of autistic traits in the typical population
PA Chouinard, WA Noulty, I Sperandio, O Landry
Experimental Brain Research 230 (2), 219-231, 2013
The mechanisms of size constancy
I Sperandio, PA Chouinard
Multisensory Research 28 (3-4), 253-283, 2015
Afterimage size is modulated by size-contrast illusions
I Sperandio, A Lak, MA Goodale
Journal of Vision 12 (2), 18-18, 2012
Susceptibility to optical illusions varies as a function of the autism-spectrum quotient but not in ways predicted by local–global biases
PA Chouinard, KL Unwin, O Landry, I Sperandio
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46 (6), 2224-2239, 2016
Is simple reaction time affected by visual illusions?
I Sperandio, S Savazzi, CA Marzi
Experimental brain research 201 (2), 345-350, 2010
Evidence of midline retinal nasotemporal overlap in healthy humans: A model for foveal sparing in hemianopia?
CA Marzi, F Mancini, I Sperandio, S Savazzi
Neuropsychologia 47 (13), 3007-3011, 2009
Visual illusions: An interesting tool to investigate developmental dyslexia and autism spectrum disorder
S Gori, M Molteni, A Facoetti
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 175, 2016
Visual reaction time and size constancy
I Sperandio, S Savazzi, RL Gregory, CA Marzi
Perception 38 (11), 1601-1609, 2009
Perceived size change induced by nonvisual signals in darkness: the relative contribution of vergence and proprioception
I Sperandio, S Kaderali, PA Chouinard, J Frey, MA Goodale
Journal of neuroscience 33 (43), 16915-16923, 2013
A review of abnormalities in the perception of visual illusions in schizophrenia
DJ King, J Hodgekins, PA Chouinard, VA Chouinard, I Sperandio
Psychonomic bulletin & review 24 (3), 734-751, 2017
Differences in the effects of crowding on size perception and grip scaling in densely cluttered 3-D scenes
J Chen, I Sperandio, MA Goodale
Psychological Science 26 (1), 58-69, 2015
Size aftereffects are eliminated when adaptor stimuli are prevented from reaching awareness by continuous flash suppression
R Laycock, JA Sherman, I Sperandio, PA Chouinard
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 11, 479, 2017
Retinotopic organization of the visual cortex before and after decompression of the optic chiasm in a patient with pituitary macroadenoma: Case report
PA Chouinard, CL Striemer, WHA Ryu, I Sperandio, MA Goodale, ...
Journal of neurosurgery 117 (2), 218-224, 2012
Proprioceptive distance cues restore perfect size constancy in grasping, but not perception, when vision is limited
J Chen, I Sperandio, MA Goodale
Current Biology 28 (6), 927-932. e4, 2018
The Shepard illusion is reduced in children with an autism spectrum disorder because of perceptual rather than attentional mechanisms
PA Chouinard, KA Royals, O Landry, I Sperandio
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2452, 2018
Pupil size as a gateway into conscious interpretation of brightness
I Sperandio, N Bond, P Binda
Frontiers in neurology 9, 1070, 2018
Changing the real viewing distance reveals the temporal evolution of size constancy in visual cortex
J Chen, I Sperandio, MJ Henry, MA Goodale
Current Biology 29 (13), 2237-2243. e4, 2019
Perceptual discrimination of basic object features is not facilitated when priming stimuli are prevented from reaching awareness by means of visual masking
HJ Peel, I Sperandio, R Laycock, PA Chouinard
Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 12, 13, 2018
Perceiving and acting in the real world: from neural activity to behavior
S Monaco, G Buckingham, I Sperandio, JD Crawford
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 179, 2016
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