Laura Cacciamani

Affiliations: 
University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Area:
Visual perception; neuroimaging; cognitive neuroscience
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Mary A. Peterson grad student 2009-2014 University of Arizona
 (Beyond conscious object perception: Processing and inhibition of the groundside of a figure.)
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Cacciamani L, Wager E, Peterson MA, et al. (2017) Age-Related Changes in Perirhinal Cortex Sensitivity to Configuration and Part Familiarity and Connectivity to Visual Cortex. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 9: 291
Cacciamani L, Likova LT. (2016) Tactile Object Familiarity in the Blind Brain Reveals the Supramodal Perceptual-Mnemonic Nature of the Perirhinal Cortex. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10: 92
Cacciamani L, Scalf PE, Peterson MA. (2015) Neural evidence for competition-mediated suppression in the perception of a single object. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Cacciamani L, Mojica AJ, Sanguinetti JL, et al. (2014) Semantic access occurs outside of awareness for the ground side of a figure. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 76: 2531-47
Cacciamani L, Ayars AA, Peterson MA. (2014) Spatially rearranged object parts can facilitate perception of intact whole objects. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 482
Cacciamani L, Scalf PE, Peterson MA. (2014) Neural evidence for competition-mediated suppression in the perception of a single object Cortex
Peterson MA, Cacciamani L, Barense MD, et al. (2012) The perirhinal cortex modulates V2 activity in response to the agreement between part familiarity and configuration familiarity. Hippocampus. 22: 1965-77
Salvagio E, Cacciamani L, Peterson MA. (2012) Competition-strength-dependent ground suppression in figure-ground perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 74: 964-78
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