De’ Sperati Claudio Professore associatoPsychologyM-PSI/02

Biography

Publications

Biography

Biography

Claudio de’Sperati (Milano, 1962) received a degree in Biological Sciences (Torino, 1985) and a PhD in Neurological Sciences (Torino, 1993). He started his scientific career at the Department of Neuroscience of Università di Torino (1985-1995). He then moved to the Laboratory of Action Perception Cognition (LAPCO), UniSR, Milano, and subsequently to the Laboratory of Vision Sciences, UniSR, Milano. He has been Visiting Professor in Munich (2004-2005), and Grenoble (2010-2011). He is the director of LAPCO, UniSR, and teaches Experimental Psychology, Psychobiology of Consciousness, and Methods of Psychophysiology at the Faculty of Psychology of UniSR, Milano.

Research lines

Brain-Computer Interfaces

Perceptual-motor decisions

Phenomenology of visual perception

Mental imagery

Motion perception

Action and perception

Eye movements

 

Publications (selection)

Gregori-GrgiC R, Balderi M, de’Sperati C. (2010) Delayed perceptual awareness in rapid perceptual decisions. PLOS ONE (forthcoming)

JONIKAITIS D, DEUBEL H, DE’SPERATI C. (2009) Time gaps in mental imagery introduced by competing saccadic tasks. VISION RESEARCH. vol. 49, pp. 2164-2175.

SHI Z, DE’SPERATI C. (2008). Motion-induced positional biases in the flash-lag configuration. COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY. vol. 25 , 1027–1038.

CICCHINI M, VALSECCHI M, DE’SPERATI C. (2008). Head movements modulate responsiveness to visual stimuli in the absence of gaze shifts. NEUROREPORT. vol. 19, pp. 831-834.

DE’SPERATI C., BAUD-BOVY G. (2008). Blind saccades: An asynchrony between seeing and looking. THE JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. vol. 28, pp. 4317-4321.

DE’SPERATI C., DEUBEL H. (2006). Mental extrapolation of motion modulates responsiveness to visual stimuli. VISION RESEARCH. vol. 46, pp. 2593-2601.

DE’SPERATI C. (2003). Precise oculomotor correlates of visuo-spatial mental rotation and circular motion imagery. JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE. vol. 15, pp. 1244-59.

DE’SPERATI C. (1999). Saccades to mentally rotated targets. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH. vol. 126, pp. 563-577.

DE’SPERATI C., STUCCHI N. (1997). Recognising the motion of a graspable object is guided by handedness. NEUROREPORT. vol. 8, pp. 2761-2765.

DE’SPERATI C., VIVIANI P. (1997). The relationship between curvature and velocity in two-dimensional smooth pursuit eye movements. THE JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. vol. 17, pp. 3932-3945.

Publications

Pubblicazioni (selezione)

 

JONIKAITIS D, DEUBEL H, DE’SPERATI C. (2009) Time gaps in mental imagery introduced by competing saccadic tasks. VISION RESEARCH. vol. 49, pp. 2164-2175.

SHI Z, DE’SPERATI C. (2008). Motion-induced positional biases in the flash-lag configuration. COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY. vol. 25 , 1027–1038.

CICCHINI M, VALSECCHI M, DE’SPERATI C. (2008). Head movements modulate responsiveness to visual stimuli in the absence of gaze shifts. NEUROREPORT. vol. 19, pp. 831-834.

DE’SPERATI C., BAUD-BOVY G. (2008). Blind saccades: An asynchrony between seeing and looking. THE JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. vol. 28, pp. 4317-4321.

DE’SPERATI C., DEUBEL H. (2006). Mental extrapolation of motion modulates responsiveness to visual stimuli. VISION RESEARCH. vol. 46, pp. 2593-2601.

DE’SPERATI C. (2003). Precise oculomotor correlates of visuo-spatial mental rotation and circular motion imagery. JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE. vol. 15, pp. 1244-59.

DE’SPERATI C. (1999). Saccades to mentally rotated targets. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH. vol. 126, pp. 563-577.

DE’SPERATI C., STUCCHI N. (1997). Recognising the motion of a graspable object is guided by handedness. NEUROREPORT. vol. 8, pp. 2761-2765.

DE’SPERATI C., VIVIANI P. (1997). The relationship between curvature and velocity in two-dimensional smooth pursuit eye movements. THE JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE. vol. 17, pp. 3932-3945.

 

 

Gregori-GrgiC R, Balderi M, de’Sperati C. (2010) Delayed perceptual awareness in rapid perceptual decisions. PLOS ONE (forthcoming)

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