PUBLICATIONS

PUBLICATIONS (reverse chronological order)

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  1. Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2017). Our (mother’s) mitochondria and our mind. Perspectives on Psychological Science. First published date: September-22-2017. doi: 10.1177/1745691617718356
  2. Bressan, P., & Kramer, P. (2017). The dungeon illusion. In A. Shapiro e D. Todorovic (Eds.), Oxford Compendium of Visual Illusions (pp. 332-336). New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780199794607
  3. Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2017). Commentary: From ‘sense of number’ to ‘sense of magnitude’ – The role of continuous magnitudes in numerical cognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:2032. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.02032
  4. Bressan, P., & Kramer, P. (2016). Bread and other edible agents of mental disease. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10:130. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2016.00130
  5. Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2015). Humans as superorganisms: how microbes, viruses, imprinted genes and other selfish entities shape our behavior. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 10, 464-481. doi: 10.1177/1745691615583131 *PDF*  BBC Future coverage * New York Magazine coverage
  6. Bressan, P., & Kramer, P. (2015). Human kin detection. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science, 6, 299-311. doi: 10.1002/wcs.1347
  7. Vezzani, S., Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2015). Stereokinetic effect, kinetic depth effect, and structure from motion. In J. Wagemans (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Perceptual Organisation (pp. 521-539). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199686858.013.053
  8. Bressan, P., & Kramer, P. (2013). The relation between cognitive-perceptual schizotypal traits and the Ebbinghaus size-illusion is mediated by judgment time. Frontiers in Psychology, 4: 343, 1-8.
  9. Bressan, P., & Dal Pos, S. (2012). Fathers see stronger family resemblances than non-fathers in unrelated children’s faces. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 41, 1423-1430.
  10. Rose, D., & Bressan, P. (2012). Poggendorff illusion with all-second-order contours. Perception, 41 (ECVP Abstract Supplement), 217.
  11. Kramer, P., Bressan, P., & Grassi, M. (2011). Time estimation predicts mathematical intelligence. PLoS One, 6(12): e28621.
  12. Rose, D., & Bressan, P. (2011). Poggendorff illusion with subjective contours. Perception, 40 (ECVP Abstract Supplement), 203.
  13. Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2011). Belief in God and in strong government as accidental cognitive by-products. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 34, 31-32.
  14. Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2010). Ignoring color in transparency perception. Rivista di Estetica, 43, 147-159.
  15. Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2010). Paradoxical lightness contrast. Vision Research, 50, 144-148.
  16. Bressan, P., & Zucchi, G. (2009). Human kin recognition is self- rather than family-referential. Biology Letters, 5, 336-338. * Telegraph * Focus * Stern * Wissenschaft *
  17. Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2009). Clear waters, murky waters: Why transparency perception is good for you and underconstrained. Perception, 38, 871-872.
  18. Bressan, P., Colarelli, S. M., & Cavalieri, M. B. (2009). Biologically costly altruism depends on emotional closeness among step but not half or full siblings. Evolutionary Psychology, 7, 118-132. IF 2010: 1.278
  19. Bressan, P., Bertamini, M., Nalli, A., & Zanutto, A. (2009). Men do not have a stronger preference than women for self-resemblant child faces. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 38, 657-664.
  20. Bressan, P., Kramer, P., & Germani, M. (2008). Visual attentional capture predicts belief in a meaningful world. Cortex, 44, 1299-1306.
  21. Pizzighello, S., & Bressan, P. (2008). Auditory attention causes visual inattentional blindness. Perception, 37, 859-866.
  22. Bressan, P., & Kramer, P. (2008). Gating of remote effects on lightness. Journal of Vision, 8(2):16, 1-8.
  23. Bressan, P., & Stranieri, D. (2008). The best men are (not always) already taken: Female preference for single versus attached males depends on conception risk. Psychological Science, 19, 145-151. * Nature *
  24. Bressan, P., & Pizzighello, S. (2008). The attentional cost of inattentional blindness. Cognition, 106, 370-383.
  25. Bressan, P. (2007). Postscript: The prejudice against frameworks. Psychological Review, 114, 1115-1115.
  26. Bressan, P. (2007). Dungeons, gratings, and black rooms: a defense of double-anchoring theory and a reply to Howe et al. (2007). Psychological Review, 114, 1111-1114.
  27. Bressan, P. (2007). Il colore della Luna e altri inganni. Coelum, 11(108), 34-39.
  28. Kramer, P., & Bressan, P. (2007). Remote effects on lightness. Perception, 36 (ECVP Abstract Supplement), 55.
  29. Bressan, P. (2007). Il colore della luna. Come vediamo e perché. Roma-Bari: Laterza.
  30. Bressan, P. (2006). The place of white in a world of grays: a double-anchoring theory of lightness perception. Psychological Review, 113, 526-553.
  31. Bressan, P. (2006). Inhomogeneous surrounds, conflicting frameworks, and the double-anchoring theory of lightness. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 13, 22-32.
  32. Bressan, P., & Actis-Grosso, R. (2006). Simultaneous lightness contrast on plain and articulated surrounds. Perception, 35, 445-452.
  33. Bressan, P. (2005). The dark shade of the moon. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 33, 574.
  34. Bressan, P., & Grassi, M. (2004). Parental resemblance in one-year-olds and the Gaussian curve. Evolution and Human Behavior, 25, 133-141.
  35. Giordano, B.L., & Bressan, P. (2003). Lights, shadows, and filters: a parametric study of neon brightness spreading. Perception, 32 (supplement), 152C.
  36. Actis-Grosso, R., & Bressan, P. (2003). Enhancing simultaneous lightness contrast by increasing surround articulation: When and why it works. Perception, 32 (supplement), 151A.
  37. Bressan, P. (2003). A fair test of the effect of a shadow-incompatible luminance gradient on the simultaneous lightness contrast. Comment. Perception, 32, 721-723.
  38. Bressan, P. (2003). A fair test of the effect of a shadow-incompatible luminance gradient on the simultaneous lightness contrast. Reply to Logvinenko’s reply. Perception, 32, 725-730.
  39. Bressan, P., Garlaschelli, L., & Barracano, M. (2003). Antigravity hills are visual illusions. Psychological Science, 14, 441-449.
  40. Da Pos, O., & Bressan, P. (2003). Chromatic induction in neon colour spreading. Vision Research, 43, 697-706.
  41. Bressan, P., & Dal Martello, M.F. (2002). Talis pater, talis filius: perceived resemblance and the belief in genetic relatedness. Psychological Science, 13, 213-218.
  42. Bressan, P. (2002). Why babies look like their daddies: paternity uncertainty and the evolution of self-deception in evaluating family resemblance. Acta Ethologica, 4, 113-118. * Nature *
  43. Bressan, P. (2002). The connection between random sequences, everyday coincidences, and belief in the paranormal. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 16, 17-34.
  44. Rose, D., & Bressan, P. (2002). Going round in circles: shape effects in the Ebbinghaus illusion. Spatial Vision, 15, 191-203.
  45. Bressan, P. (2001). Explaining lightness illusions. Perception, 30, 1031-1046.
  46. Bressan, P., & Actis-Grosso, R. (2001). Simultaneous lightness contrast with double increments. Perception, 30, 889-897.
  47. Rose, D., & Bressan, P. (2000). Going round in circles? Shape and the Ebbinghaus illusion. Fifth AVA Meeting, Guildford (UK), 20 December 2000.
  48. Actis-Grosso, & R., Bressan, P. (2000). Measuring double-increment illusions. Perception, 29 (supplement), 72A.
  49. Bressan, P. (1999). Le costanze visive. In: F. Purghè, N. Stucchi, A. Olivero (Eds), La Percezione Visiva. Torino: Utet, pp 653-672.
  50. Bressan, P. (1999). La percezione dello spazio. In: F. Purghè, N. Stucchi, A. Olivero (Eds), La Percezione Visiva. Torino: Utet, pp 390-410.
  51. Vezzani, S., & Bressan, P. (1999). The barberpole illusion depends on contrast. Ricerche di Psicologia, 23, 69-81.
  52. Spillmann, L., & Bressan, P. (Eds) Perception, Special Issue: Contextual Effects on Colour Appearance, II. Neon Colour Spreading, Surface Properties, and Motion, 26 (11), 1997.
  53. Bressan, P., & Spillmann, L. (Eds) Perception, Special Issue: Contextual Effects on Colour Appearance, I. Lightness and Colour Induction, Transparency, and Illumination, 26 (4), 1997.
  54. Bressan, P., Mingolla E., Spillmann L., & Watanabe T. (1997). Neon colour spreading: A review. Perception, 26, 1353-1366.
  55. Bressan, P. (1997). Contextual effects on colour appearance: lightness and colour induction, transparency, and illumination. Guest editorial. Perception, 26, 375-378.
  56. Bressan, P. & Vezzani, S. (1995). A new motion illusion related to the aperture problem. Perception, 24, 1165-1176.
  57. Tommasi, L., Bressan, P. & Vallortigara, G. (1995). Solving occlusion indeterminacy in chromatically homogeneous patterns. Perception, 24, 391-403.
  58. Bressan, P. (1995). A closer look at the dependence of neon color spreading on wavelength and illuminance. Vision Research, 35, 375-379.
  59. Vallortigara, G. & Bressan, P. (1994). Occlusion, transparency, and stereopsis: a new explanation for stereocapture. Vision Research, 34, 2891-2896.
  60. Bruno, N. & Bressan, P. (1994). Paradoxical motion in stationary patterns. Perception, 23, 28.
  61. Bressan, P. & Vallortigara, G. (1993). What induces capture in motion capture? Vision Research, 33, 2109-2112.
  62. Bressan, P. (1993). Revisitation of the luminance conditions for the occurrence of the achromatic neon color spreading illusion. Perception & Psychophysics, 54, 55-64.
  63. Bressan, P. (1993). Neon color spreading with and without its figural prerequisites. Perception, 22, 353-361.
  64. Bressan, P., Ganis, G. & Vallortigara, G. (1993). The role of depth stratification in the solution of the aperture problem. Perception, 22 , 215-228.
  65. Bressan, P. (1992). La percezione visiva. Padova: CLEUP.
  66. Bressan, P., Tomat, L. & Vallortigara, G. (1992). Motion aftereffects with rotating ellipses. Psychological Research, 54, 240-245.
  67. Bressan, P., Ganis, G. & Vallortigara, G. (1992). Depth stratification and the aperture problem. Perception, 21, A40.
  68. Bressan, P. & Vallortigara, G. (1991). Illusory depth from moving subjective figures and neon color spreading. Perception, 20, 637-644.
  69. Vallortigara, G. & Bressan, P. (1991). Occlusion and the perception of coherent motion. Vision Research, 31, 1967-1978.
  70. Rudd, M. E. & Bressan, P. (1991). Invariance in apparent motion strength due to cancelling of separate 2-D size and proximity effects. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 34, 826.
  71. Bressan, P. (1991). A context-dependent illusion in the perception of velocity. Vision Research, 31, 333-336.
  72. Vallortigara, G. & Bressan, P. (1991). The role of occlusion in the perception of coherent motion. Perception, 20, A58.
  73. Todd, J.T. & Bressan, P. (1990). The perception of 3-dimensional affine structure from minimal apparent motion sequences. Perception & Psychophysics, 48, 419-430.
  74. Vicario, G.B. & Bressan, P. (1990). Wheels: a new illusion in the perception of rolling objects. Perception, 19, 57-61.
  75. Vallortigara, G., Bressan, P. & Bertamini, M. (1988). Perceptual alternations in stereokinesis. Perception, 17, 31-34.
  76. Bressan, P. (1987). Vicario’s illusion of sloping steps reexamined. Perception, 16, 671-675.
  77. Bressan, P. (1987). Subjective rarefaction in illusory figures: the inadequacy of apparent lightness as an explanation. Perception, 16, 461-466.
  78. Vallortigara, G. & Bressan, P. (1987). Structure from motion in stereokinesis: rigidity, multistability, and completion phenomena (in: Fourth International Conference on Event Perception and Action, Triest, August 24-28, 1987, Abstracts, p 188).
  79. Bressan, P. & Vallortigara, G. (1987). Learning to see stereokinetic effects. Perception, 16, 187-192.
  80. Bozzi, P. & Bressan, P. (1987). On the perception of launched projectiles (in: Fourth International Conference on Event Perception and Action, Triest, August 24-28, 1987, Abstracts, p 49).
  81. Bressan, P. & Vallortigara, G. (1987). Stereokinesis with moving visual phantoms. Perception, 16, 73-78.
  82. Bressan, P. & Vallortigara, G. (1986). Alcune nuove illusioni stereocinetiche (in: Quinto Congresso Nazionale della Divisione ‘Ricerca di base in Psicologia’, S. Pellegrino Terme, September 29-October 2, 1986, Abstracts, pp 89-90).
  83. Bressan, P. & Vallortigara, G. (1986). Subjective contours can produce stereokinetic effects. Perception, 15, 409-412.
  84. Bressan, P. & Vallortigara, G. (1986). Multiple 3-D interpretations in a classic stereokinetic effect. Perception, 15, 405-408.
  85. Vallortigara, G., Bressan, P. & Zanforlin, M. (1986). The Saturn illusion: a new stereokinetic effect. Vision Research, 26, 811-813.
  86. Bressan, P., Masin, S.C., Vicario, G. & Vidotto, G. (1985). A functional-measurement study of apparent rarefaction. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 23, 415-417.
  87. Bressan, P. (1985). Revisitation of the family tie between Münsterberg and Taylor-Woodhouse illusions. Perception, 14, 579-585.
  88. Bressan, P. & Vicario, G.B. (1984). On misoriented letters. Perception, 13, 687-694.
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