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Chiara Tortelli
Chiara Tortelli
PhD in Clinical Physiopathology
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Pupillary responses obey Emmert’s law and co-vary with autistic traits
C Tortelli, M Turi, DC Burr, P Binda
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 51, 2908-2919, 2021
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Objective pupillometry shows that perceptual styles covary with autistic-like personality traits
C Tortelli, M Turi, DC Burr, P Binda
Elife 10, e67185, 2021
42021
Contextual information modulates pupil size in autistic children
C Tortelli, A Pom, M Turi, R Igliozzi, DC Burr, P Binda
Frontiers in Neuroscience 16, 353, 2022
22022
Pupillometry Obeys Emmert's Law, Which Co-Varies With Autistic Traits in Typical Adults
C Tortelli, M Turi, D Burr, P Binda
PERCEPTION 48, 84-84, 2019
22019
Development of local-global preference in vision and haptics
C Tortelli, I Senna, P Binda, MO Ernst
Journal of Vision 23 (4), 6-6, 2023
2023
Pupillometry and psychophysics as non-invasive techniques to pinpoint inter-individual variability in local-global perception
C TORTELLI
2022
Analogous development of local/global preference in vision and touch.
C Tortelli, I Senna, P Binda, MO Ernst
Journal of Vision 21 (9), 2364-2364, 2021
2021
Pupillometry Reveals Perceptual Differences That Are Tightly Linked to Autistic Traits in Typical Adults: A No-Report Paradigm Based on Stereopsis
C Tortelli, M Turi, DC Burr, P Binda
PERCEPTION 48, 102-102, 2019
2019
Pupillometry Provides New Insights on Figure-Ground Segregation and Its Covariation With Autistic Traits
P Binda, C Tortelli, E Salvagio, DC Burr, MA Peterson
PERCEPTION 48, 102-103, 2019
2019
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