Mario Dalmaso
Mario Dalmaso
Assistant Professor, University of Padova, Italy
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Social status gates social attention in humans
M Dalmaso, G Pavan, L Castelli, G Galfano
Biology letters, rsbl20110881, 2012
1282012
Eye gaze cannot be ignored (but neither can arrows)
G Galfano, M Dalmaso, D Marzoli, G Pavan, C Coricelli, L Castelli
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (10), 1895-1910, 2012
852012
Racial group membership is associated to gaze-mediated orienting in Italy
G Pavan, M Dalmaso, G Galfano, L Castelli
PLoS One 6 (10), e25608, 2011
792011
Temporal dynamics underlying the modulation of social status on social attention
M Dalmaso, G Galfano, C Coricelli, L Castelli
PLoS One 9 (3), e93139, 2014
552014
Is social attention impaired in schizophrenia? Gaze, but not pointing gestures, is associated with spatial attention deficits.
M Dalmaso, G Galfano, L Tarqui, B Forti, L Castelli
Neuropsychology 27 (5), 608, 2013
512013
Social orienting in gaze leading: a mechanism for shared attention
SG Edwards, LJ Stephenson, M Dalmaso, AP Bayliss
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1812), 20151141, 2015
342015
Re-Encountering Individuals Who Previously Engaged in Joint Gaze Modulates Subsequent Gaze Cueing.
M Dalmaso, SG Edwards, AP Bayliss
American Psychological Association 42 (2), 271–284, 2016
302016
The impact of same-and other-race gaze distractors on the control of saccadic eye movements
M Dalmaso, G Galfano, L Castelli
Perception 44 (8-9), 1020-1028, 2015
252015
Working memory load modulates microsaccadic rate
M Dalmaso, L Castelli, P Scatturin, G Galfano
Journal of Vision 17 (3), 6-6, 2017
242017
Race perception and gaze direction differently impair visual working memory for faces: An event-related potential study
P Sessa, M Dalmaso
Social neuroscience 11 (1), 97-107, 2016
192016
The politics of attention contextualized: gaze but not arrow cuing of attention is moderated by political temperament
L Carraro, M Dalmaso, L Castelli, G Galfano
Cognitive processing 16 (3), 309-314, 2015
162015
Attention holding elicited by direct-gaze faces is reflected in saccadic peak velocity
M Dalmaso, L Castelli, G Galfano
Experimental Brain Research 235 (11), 3319-3332, 2017
122017
Altered orienting of attention in anorexia nervosa
M Dalmaso, L Castelli, L Franchetti, L Carli, P Todisco, D Palomba, ...
Psychiatry research 229 (1-2), 318-325, 2015
102015
Trajectories of social vision: Eye contact increases saccadic curvature
M Dalmaso, L Castelli, P Scatturin, G Galfano
Visual Cognition 25 (1-3), 358-365, 2017
92017
The appeal of the devil’s eye: social evaluation affects social attention
L Carraro, M Dalmaso, L Castelli, G Galfano, A Bobbio, G Mantovani
Cognitive Processing 18 (1), 97-103, 2017
82017
Altered social attention in anorexia nervosa during real social interaction
M Dalmaso, L Castelli, P Scatturin, L Carli, P Todisco, D Palomba, ...
Scientific Reports 6, 23311, 2016
72016
Microsaccadic rate and pupil size dynamics in pro-/anti-saccade preparation: the impact of intermixed vs. blocked trial administration
M Dalmaso, L Castelli, G Galfano
Psychological research 84 (5), 1320-1332, 2020
42020
Social modulators of gaze-mediated orienting of attention: A review
M Dalmaso, L Castelli, G Galfano
Psychonomic bulletin & review, 2020
42020
Evidence of SQUARC and distance effects in a weight comparison task
M Dalmaso, M Vicovaro
Cognitive Processing, 1-11, 2019
42019
Gaze cuing of attention in snake phobic women: the influence of facial expression
C Pletti, M Dalmaso, M Sarlo, G Galfano
Frontiers in psychology 6, 454, 2015
42015
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