BURR, David Charles

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Adaptation affects both high and low (Subitized) numbers under conditions of high attentional load 1-gen-2011 Burr, D. C.; Anobile, G.; Turi, M.
Atypicalities in perceptual adaptation in autism do not extend to perceptual causality 1-gen-2015 Karaminis, T.; Turi, M.; Neil, L.; Badcock, N. A.; Burr, D.; Pellicano, E.
Autism is associated with reduced ability to interpret grasping actions of others 1-gen-2017 Turi, M.; Muratori, F.; Tinelli, F.; Morrone, M. C.; Burr, D. C.
Children with autism spectrum disorder show reduced adaptation to number 1-gen-2015 Turi, M.; Burr, D. C.; Igliozzi, R.; Aagten-Murphy, D.; Muratori, F.; Pellicano, E.
Contextual Information Modulates Pupil Size in Autistic Children 1-gen-2022 Tortelli, Chiara; Pom(`(e)), Antonella; Turi, Marco; Igliozzi, Roberta; Burr, David C.; Binda, Paola
The effects of cross-sensory attentional demand on subitizing and on mapping number onto space 1-gen-2012 Anobile, G.; Turi, M.; Cicchini, G. M.; Burr, D. C.
Ensemble perception of emotions in autistic and typical children and adolescents 1-gen-2017 Karaminis, T.; Neil, L.; Manning, C.; Turi, M.; Fiorentini, C.; Burr, D.; Pellicano, E.
Fast saccadic eye-movements in humans suggest that numerosity perception is automatic and direct: Numerosity drives fast saccades 1-gen-2020 Castaldi, E.; Burr, D.; Turi, M.; Binda, P.
Independent adaptation mechanisms for numerosity and size perception provide evidence against a common sense of magnitude 1-gen-2018 Anobile, A.; Burr, David Charles; Iaia, M.; Marinelli, C. V.; Angelelli, P.; Turi, M.
Independent adaptation mechanisms for numerosity and size perception provide evidence against a common sense of magnitude 1-gen-2018 Anobile, Giovanni; Burr, David C; Iaia, Marika; Marinelli, Chiara V; Angelelli, Paola; Turi, Marco
Mechanisms for perception of numerosity or texture-density are governed by crowding-like effects 1-gen-2015 Anobile, G.; Turi, M.; Cicchini, G. M.; Burr, D. C.
The "motion silencing" illusion results from global motion and crowding 1-gen-2013 Turi, M.; Burr, D.
No rapid audiovisual recalibration in adults on the autism spectrum 1-gen-2016 Turi, M.; Karaminis, T.; Pellicano, E.; Burr, D.
Numerosity but not texture-density discrimination correlates with math ability in children 1-gen-2016 Anobile, G.; Castaldi, E.; Turi, M.; Tinelli, F.; Burr, D. C.
Objective pupillometry shows that perceptual styles covary with autistic-like personality traits 1-gen-2021 Tortelli, C.; Turi, M.; Burr, D. C.; Binda, P.
Pupillary Responses Obey Emmert’s Law and Co-vary with Autistic Traits 1-gen-2021 Tortelli, C.; Turi, M.; Burr, D. C.; Binda, P.
Pupillometry reveals perceptual differences that are tightly linked to autistic traits in typical adults 1-gen-2018 Turi, M.; Burr, D. C.; Binda, P.
Reprint of “Investigating ensemble perception of emotions in autistic and typical children and adolescents” 1-gen-2018 Karaminis, T.; Neil, L.; Manning, C.; Turi, M.; Fiorentini, C.; Burr, D.; Pellicano, E.
Spatiotopic coding during dynamic head tilt 1-gen-2017 Mikellidou, K.; Turi, M.; Burr, D. C.
Spatiotopic perceptual maps in humans: Evidence from motion adaptation 1-gen-2012 Turi, M.; Burr, D.