Fulvio Domini

Brown University, Providence, RI 
3D shape perception
"Fulvio Domini"
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John E. Schlerf research assistant 2000-2002 Brown
Rachel Foster research assistant 2006-2009 Brown
Massimiliano Di Luca grad student 2006 Brown
Carlo Campagnoli grad student 2011-2017 Brown
Robert Volcic post-doc 2010-2015 IIT
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Campagnoli C, Domini F, Taylor JA. (2021) Taking aim at the perceptual side of motor learning: Exploring how explicit and implicit learning encode perceptual error information through depth vision. Journal of Neurophysiology
Cesanek E, Taylor JA, Domini F. (2020) Persistent grasping errors produce depth cue reweighting in perception. Vision Research. 178: 1-11
Cesanek E, Taylor JA, Domini F. (2020) Sensorimotor adaptation and cue reweighting compensate for distorted 3D shape information, accounting for paradoxical perception-action dissociations. Journal of Neurophysiology
Campagnoli C, Domini F. (2019) Does depth-cue combination yield identical biases in perception and grasping? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Volcic R, Domini F. (2018) The endless visuomotor calibration of reach-to-grasp actions. Scientific Reports. 8: 14803
Kopiske KK, Bozzacchi C, Volcic R, et al. (2018) Multiple distance cues do not prevent systematic biases in reach to grasp movements. Psychological Research
Kopiske KK, Domini F. (2018) On the response function and range dependence of manual estimation. Experimental Brain Research
Bozzacchi C, Brenner E, Smeets JB, et al. (2018) How removing visual information affects grasping movements. Experimental Brain Research
Cesanek E, Campagnoli C, Taylor JA, et al. (2017) Does visuomotor adaptation contribute to illusion-resistant grasping? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Campagnoli C, Croom S, Domini F. (2017) Stereovision for action reflects our perceptual experience of distance and depth. Journal of Vision. 17: 21
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