Karin Petrini

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University College London, London, United Kingdom 
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Heffer N, Karl A, Jicol C, et al. (2021) Anxiety biases audiovisual processing of social signals. Behavioural Brain Research. 410: 113346
Jicol C, Lloyd-Esenkaya T, Proulx MJ, et al. (2020) Efficiency of Sensory Substitution Devices Alone and in Combination With Self-Motion for Spatial Navigation in Sighted and Visually Impaired. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 1443
Petrini K, Denis G, Love SA, et al. (2020) Combining the senses: The role of experience- and task-dependent mechanisms in the development of audiovisual simultaneity perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Scheller M, Proulx MJ, de Haan M, et al. (2020) Late- but not early-onset blindness impairs the development of audio-haptic multisensory integration. Developmental Science. e13001
Farmer E, Jicol C, Petrini K. (2020) Musicianship Enhances Perception But Not Feeling of Emotion From Others’ Social Interaction Through Speech Prosody Music Perception. 37: 323-338
Scheller M, Garcia S, Bathelt J, et al. (2019) Active touch facilitates object size perception in children but not adults: a multisensory event related potential study. Brain Research. 146381
Love SA, Petrini K, Pernet CR, et al. (2018) Overlapping but Divergent Neural Correlates Underpinning Audiovisual Synchrony and Temporal Order Judgments. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12: 274
Jicol C, Proulx MJ, Pollick FE, et al. (2018) Long-term music training modulates the recalibration of audiovisual simultaneity. Experimental Brain Research
Petrini K, Caradonna A, Foster C, et al. (2016) How vision and self-motion combine or compete during path reproduction changes with age. Scientific Reports. 6: 29163
Piwek L, Petrini K, Pollick F. (2015) A dyadic stimulus set of audiovisual affective displays for the study of multisensory, emotional, social interactions. Behavior Research Methods
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