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  1. The Contribution of Shape Features and Demographic Variables to Disembedding Abilities.Elisa Morgana Cappello, Giada Lettieri, Andrea Patricelli Malizia, Sonia D’Arcangelo, Giacomo Handjaras, Nicola Lattanzi, Emiliano Ricciardi & Luca Cecchetti - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Humans naturally perceive visual patterns in a global manner and are remarkably capable of extracting object shapes based on properties such as proximity, closure, symmetry, and good continuation. Notwithstanding the role of these properties in perceptual grouping, studies highlighted differences in disembedding performance across individuals, which are summarized by the field dependence dimension. Evidence suggests that age and educational attainment explain part of this variability, whereas the role of sex is still highly debated. Also, which stimulus features primarily influence inter-individual (...)
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    The structure underlying core affect and perceived affective qualities of human vocal bursts.Demetrio Grollero, Valentina Petrolini, Marco Viola, Rosalba Morese, Giada Lettieri & Luca Cecchetti - forthcoming - Cognition and Emotion.
    Vocal bursts are non-linguistic affectively-laden sounds with a crucial function in human communication, yet their affective structure is still debated. Studies showed that ratings of valence and arousal follow a V-shaped relationship in several kinds of stimuli: high arousal ratings are more likely to go on a par with very negative or very positive valence. Across two studies, we asked participants to listen to 1,008 vocal bursts and judge both how they felt when listening to the sound (i.e. core affect (...)
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    Formant Space Reconstruction From Brain Activity in Frontal and Temporal Regions Coding for Heard Vowels.Alessandra Cecilia Rampinini, Giacomo Handjaras, Andrea Leo, Luca Cecchetti, Monica Betta, Giovanna Marotta, Emiliano Ricciardi & Pietro Pietrini - 2019 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13.