Michele Vicovaro
Michele Vicovaro
Department of General Psychology, University of Padua, Italy
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Anomalous perception of biological motion in autism: a conceptual review and meta-analysis
A Federici, V Parma, M Vicovaro, L Radassao, L Casartelli, L Ronconi
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-19, 2020
Intuitive physics of gravitational motion as shown by perceptual judgment and prediction-motion tasks
M Vicovaro, S Noventa, L Battaglini
Acta psychologica 194, 51-62, 2019
Intuitive physics of free fall: an information integration approach to the mass-speed belief
M Vicovaro
Psicológica 35 (3), 463-477, 2014
Contribution of surface material and size to the expected versus the perceived weight of objects
M Vicovaro, L Burigana
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 79 (1), 306-319, 2017
Perceptual evaluation of motion editing for realistic throwing animations
M Vicovaro, L Hoyet, L Burigana, C O'sullivan
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP) 11 (2), 1-23, 2014
Evidence of SQUARC and distance effects in a weight comparison task
M Dalmaso, M Vicovaro
Cognitive Processing 20 (2), 163-173, 2019
Causal reports: Context-dependent contributions of intuitive physics and visual impressions of launching
M Vicovaro
Acta Psychologica 186, 133-144, 2018
Intuitive Physics of Collision Effects on Simulated Spheres Differing in Size, Velocity, and Material.
M Vicovaro
Psicologica: International Journal of Methodology and Experimental …, 2012
Intuitive understanding of the relationship between the elasticity of objects and kinematic patterns of collisions
M Vicovaro, L Burigana
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (2), 618-635, 2016
Evaluating the plausibility of edited throwing animations
M Vicovaro, L Hoyet, L Burigana, C O'Sullivan
Proceedings of the 11th ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics conference on Computer …, 2012
Properties of the size–weight illusion as shown by lines of subjective equality
M Vicovaro, L Burigana
Acta psychologica 149, 52-59, 2014
Intuitive cognitive algebra of sliding friction
E Corneli, M Vicovaro
Teorie & Modelli 12 (1-2), 133-142, 2007
Is ‘heavy’up or down? Testing the vertical spatial representation of weight
M Vicovaro, M Dalmaso
Psychological Research 85 (3), 1183-1200, 2021
Influence of visually perceived shape and brightness on perceived size, expected weight, and perceived weight of 3D objects
M Vicovaro, K Ruta, G Vidotto
Plos one 14 (8), e0220149, 2019
Intuitive physics and cognitive algebra: A review
M Vicovaro
European Review of Applied Psychology 71 (5), 100610, 2021
The larger the cause, the larger the effect: Evidence of speed judgment biases in causal scenarios
M Vicovaro, L Battaglini, G Parovel
Visual Cognition 28 (4), 239-255, 2020
Evidence of weight-based representations of gravitational motion.
M Vicovaro, S Noventa, A Ghiani, F Mena, L Battaglini
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2021
Is face age mapped asymmetrically onto space? Insights from a snarc-like task
M Dalmaso, M Vicovaro
Symmetry 13 (9), 1617, 2021
The linear integration model of the size-weight illusion: estimating its parameters by optimal linear separation
M Vicovaro, L Burigana
Proceedings of Fechner Day 26, 391-398, 2010
Cross-cultural evidence of a space-ethnicity association in face categorisation
M Dalmaso, M Vicovaro, K Watanabe
Current Psychology, 1-10, 2022
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