David J. Acunzo
David J. Acunzo
CIMeC Centre for Mind/Brain Sciences - University of Trento
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Systematic biases in early ERP and ERF components as a result of high-pass filtering
DJ Acunzo, G MacKenzie, MCW van Rossum
Journal of neuroscience methods 209 (1), 212-218, 2012
1162012
Context adaptive approach in vehicle detection under various visibility conditions
Y Zhu, G Baratoff, DJP Acunzo
US Patent 7,724,962, 2010
922010
Context-adaptive approach for vehicle detection under varying lighting conditions
D Acunzo, Y Zhu, B Xie, G Baratoff
2007 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, 654-660, 2007
312007
No emotional “pop-out” effect in natural scene viewing.
DJ Acunzo, JM Henderson
Emotion 11 (5), 1134, 2011
182011
Anomalous experiences, psi and functional neuroimaging
DJ Acunzo, R Evrard, T Rabeyron
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 893, 2013
152013
Framing planetary health: arguing for resource-centred science
DJ Acunzo, G Escher, OP Ottersen, JD Whittington, P Gillet, NC Stenseth, ...
The Lancet Planetary Health 2 (3), e101-e102, 2018
42018
Corrigendum to" Systematic biases in early ERP and ERF components as a result of high-pass filtering"[J. Neurosci. Methods 209 (2012) 212-218]
D Acunzo, G MacKenzie
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 211 (2), 309, 2012
22012
Spatial attention affects the early processing of neutral versus fearful faces when they are task-irrelevant: a classifier study of the EEG C1 component
D Acunzo, G MacKenzie, MCW van Rossum
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 19 (1), 123-137, 2019
12019
Anomalous experiences are more prevalent among highly suggestible individuals who are also highly dissociative
D Acunzo, E Cardeña, DB Terhune
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 25 (3), 179-189, 2020
2020
Low-Level Visual Information is Maintained Across Saccades by a'Soft Hand-Off'between Visual Processing Areas
JH Fabius, A Fracasso, DJ Acunzo, S Van der Stigchel, D Melcher
CURRENT-BIOLOGY-D-19-01430, 2019
2019
Presaccadic Spatiotopic Updating Across Visually Guided Saccades Investigated With Time-Resolved MEG Classification
J Fabius, A Fracasso, D Acunzo, D Deflorio, S Van der Stigchel, ...
PERCEPTION 48, 66-66, 2019
2019
Tracking Attention in Space and Time Around Saccadic Eye Movements
D Acunzo, K Gordienko, D Melcher
PERCEPTION 48, 122-122, 2019
2019
Changes in oscillatory brain activity around the time of saccades: an MEG study of voluntary horizontal saccades in near-darkness condition
D Acunzo, D Melcher
Journal of Vision 17 (10), 897-897, 2017
2017
Interaction between visual attention and the processing of visual emotional stimuli in humans: eye-tracking, behavioural and event-related potential experiments
DJP Acunzo
The University of Edinburgh, 2013
2013
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