Clara Colombatto

2011-2015 Psychology Duke University, Durham, NC 
 2015- Psychology Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Perception, Vision, Social perception, Morality
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Kait Clark research assistant
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong research assistant Duke (Philosophy Tree)
Brian J. Scholl grad student 2015- Yale


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Yi-Chia Chen collaborator Yale
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Colombatto C, van Buren B, Scholl BJ. (2021) Hidden intentions: Visual awareness prioritizes perceived attention even without eyes or faces. Cognition. 217: 104901
Colombatto C, Scholl BJ. (2021) Unconscious pupillometry: An effect of "attentional contagion" in the absence of visual awareness. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Colombatto C, Uddenberg S, Scholl BJ. (2021) The Efficiency of Demography in Face Perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Everett JAC, Colombatto C, Awad E, et al. (2021) Moral dilemmas and trust in leaders during a global health crisis. Nature Human Behaviour
Colombatto C, Chen YC, Scholl BJ. (2020) Gaze deflection reveals how gaze cueing is tuned to extract the mind behind the eyes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Colombatto C, van Buren B, Scholl BJ. (2020) Gazing Without Eyes: A "Stare-in-the-Crowd" Effect Induced by Simple Geometric Shapes. Perception. 49: 782-792
Uddenberg S, Colombatto C, Scholl B. (2019) The Speed of Demography in Face Perception Journal of Vision. 19: 229d
Colombatto C, Scholl B. (2019) Unconscious pupillometry: Faces with dilated pupils gain preferential access to visual awareness. Journal of Vision. 19: 218
Colombatto C, van Buren B, Scholl BJ. (2018) Intentionally distracting: Working memory is disrupted by the perception of other agents attending to you - even without eye-gaze cues. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Chen YC, Colombatto C, Scholl BJ. (2018) Looking into the future: An inward bias in aesthetic experience driven only by gaze cues. Cognition. 176: 209-214
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