Lucia Vaina

Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
"Lucia Vaina"
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Vaina LM, Calabro FJ, Samal A, et al. (2021) Auditory cues facilitate object movement processing in human extrastriate visual cortex during simulated self-motion: A pilot study. Brain Research. 147489
Kozhemiako N, Nunes AS, Samal A, et al. (2020) Neural activity underlying the detection of an object movement by an observer during forward self-motion: dynamic decoding and temporal evolution of directional cortical connectivity. Progress in Neurobiology. 101824
Calabro FJ, Beardsley SA, Vaina LM. (2019) Differential cortical activation during the perception of moving objects along different trajectories. Experimental Brain Research
Ahveninen J, Ingalls G, Yildirim F, et al. (2019) Peripheral visual localization is degraded by globally incongruent auditory-spatial attention cues. Experimental Brain Research
Roudaia E, Calabro FJ, Vaina LM, et al. (2018) Aging Impairs Audiovisual Facilitation of Object Motion Within Self-Motion. Multisensory Research. 31: 251-272
Hanada GM, Ahveninen J, Calabro FJ, et al. (2018) Cross-Modal Cue Effects in Motion Processing. Multisensory Research. 32: 45-65
Geng Y, Sikoglu EM, Hecht H, et al. (2018) Functional Neuroanatomy of Time-To-Passage Perception Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science. 8: 622-640
Calabro FJ, Vaina LM. (2016) Scale Changes Provide an Alternative Cue For the Discrimination of Heading, But Not Object Motion. Medical Science Monitor : International Medical Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research. 22: 1782-91
Sinha P, Vaina LM. (2015) Motion sequence analysis in the presence of figural cues. Neurocomputing. 147: 485-491
Vaina LM, Buonanno F, Rushton SK. (2014) Spared ability to perceive direction of locomotor heading and scene-relative object movement despite inability to perceive relative motion. Medical Science Monitor : International Medical Journal of Experimental and Clinical Research. 20: 1563-71
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