Vivian Ciaramitaro

Psychology, Developmental and Brain Science University of Massachusetts, Boston, Boston, MA 
attention, associative learning, crossmodal plasticity, development, vision, audition, fMRI, adaptation
"Vivian Ciaramitaro"
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Chow HM, Harris DA, Eid S, et al. (2021) The feeling of "kiki": Comparing developmental changes in sound-shape correspondence for audio-visual and audio-tactile stimuli. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 209: 105167
Izen SC, Ciaramitaro VM. (2020) A crowd of emotional voices influences the perception of emotional faces: Using adaptation, stimulus salience, and attention to probe audio-visual interactions for emotional stimuli. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Chow HM, Leviyah X, Ciaramitaro VM. (2020) Individual Differences in Multisensory Interactions:The Influence of Temporal Phase Coherence and Auditory Salience on Visual Contrast Sensitivity. Vision (Basel, Switzerland). 4
Izen SC, Lapp HE, Harris DA, et al. (2019) Seeing a Face in a Crowd of Emotional Voices: Changes in Perception and Cortisol in Response to Emotional Information across the Senses. Brain Sciences. 9
Chow HM, Ciaramitaro V. (2018) What makes a shape "baba"? The shape features prioritized in sound-shape correspondence change with development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 179: 73-89
Ciaramitaro VM, Chow HM, Eglington LG. (2017) Cross-modal attention influences auditory contrast sensitivity: Decreasing visual load improves auditory thresholds for amplitude- and frequency-modulated sounds. Journal of Vision. 17: 20
Ciaramitaro VM, Stoner GR. (2016) Editorial: Beyond Space-Based or Feature-Based Selection: Mechanisms of Object-Based Attention. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 10: 39
Harris DA, Hayes-Skelton SA, Ciaramitaro VM. (2016) What's in a Face? How Face Gender and Current Affect Influence Perceived Emotion. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1468
Harris DA, Ciaramitaro VM. (2016) Interdependent Mechanisms for Processing Gender and Emotion: The Special Status of Angry Male Faces. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1046
Ciaramitaro V, Chow HM, Williams A. (2015) In-Phase is not Always Best: Auditory salience reverses crossmodal influences on visual detectability. Journal of Vision. 15: 717
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