Francesca Simion
Francesca Simion
Professore di Psicologia dello Sviluppo Cognitivo e Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
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Eye contact detection in humans from birth
T Farroni, G Csibra, F Simion, MH Johnson
Proceedings of the National academy of sciences 99 (14), 9602-9605, 2002
13502002
A predisposition for biological motion in the newborn baby
F Simion, L Regolin, H Bulf
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (2), 809-813, 2008
6132008
Face preference at birth.
E Valenza, F Simion, VM Cassia, C Umiltà
Journal of experimental psychology: Human Perception and Performance 22 (4), 892, 1996
5941996
Can a nonspecific bias toward top-heavy patterns explain newborns' face preference?
C Viola Macchi, C Turati, F Simion
Psychological Science 15 (6), 379-383, 2004
3002004
Infants' use of gaze direction to cue attention: The importance of perceived motion
T Farroni, MH Johnson, M Brockbank, F Simion
Visual cognition 7 (6), 705-718, 2000
2572000
Can newborns discriminate between their own cry and the cry of another newborn infant?
M Dondi, F Simion, G Caltran
Developmental psychology 35 (2), 418, 1999
2311999
Newborns' preference for faces: What is crucial?
C Turati, F Simion, I Milani, C Umiltà
Developmental psychology 38 (6), 875, 2002
2132002
Newborns' face recognition: Role of inner and outer facial features
C Turati, V Macchi Cassia, F Simion, I Leo
Child development 77 (2), 297-311, 2006
1732006
Preferential orienting to faces in newborns: A temporal–nasal asymmetry.
F Simion, E Valenza, C Umilta, BD Barba
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human perception and performance 24 (5 …, 1998
1501998
The origins of face perception: specific versus non‐specific mechanisms
F Simion, V Macchi Cassia, C Turati, E Valenza
Infant and Child Development: An International Journal of Research and …, 2001
1472001
Biological motion preference in humans at birth: Role of dynamic and configural properties
L Bardi, L Regolin, F Simion
Developmental science 14 (2), 353-359, 2011
1392011
Newborns’ preference for up–down asymmetrical configurations
F Simion, E Valenza, V Macchi Cassia, C Turati, C Umiltà
Developmental Science 5 (4), 427-434, 2002
1392002
Configural processing at birth: Evidence for perceptual organisation
T Farroni, E Valenza, F Simion, C Umiltà
Perception 29 (3), 355-372, 2000
1342000
Three-month-olds’ visual preference for faces and its underlying visual processing mechanisms
C Turati, E Valenza, I Leo, F Simion
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 90 (3), 255-273, 2005
1222005
Newborns’ face recognition over changes in viewpoint
C Turati, H Bulf, F Simion
Cognition 106 (3), 1300-1321, 2008
1182008
Inhibition of return in newborn infants
E Valenza, F Simion, C Umiltà
Infant Behavior and Development 17 (3), 293-302, 1994
1181994
Intersensory perception at birth: newborns match nonhuman primate faces and voices
DJ Lewkowicz, I Leo, F Simion
Infancy 15 (1), 46-60, 2010
1152010
Perceptual completion in newborn human infants
E Valenza, I Leo, L Gava, F Simion
Child Development 77 (6), 1810-1821, 2006
1142006
Inhibition of return in newborns is temporo-nasal asymmetrical
F Simion, E Valenza, C Umiltà, B Dalla Barba
Infant Behavior and Development 18 (2), 189-194, 1995
991995
Newborns’ face recognition is based on spatial frequencies below 0.5 cycles per degree
A De Heering, C Turati, B Rossion, H Bulf, V Goffaux, F Simion
Cognition 106 (1), 444-454, 2008
852008
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