Francesca Simion mostly deals with Visual perception, Developmental psychology, Perception, Preference and Face perception. Her Visual perception research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Recien nacido and Face. Her Developmental psychology research incorporates elements of Stimulus, Cognition and Crying.
Her Perception study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nonverbal communication, Communication, Audiology and Facial recognition system. Within one scientific family, Francesca Simion focuses on topics pertaining to Sensory system under Face perception, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Pattern discrimination. Her study in Cognitive psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neural processing, Form perception, Social skills, Child development and Eye contact.
Francesca Simion mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology, Perception, Visual perception and Audiology. Her research on Developmental psychology also deals with topics like
She has included themes like Motion, Facial recognition system, Visual search and Habituation in her Perception study. Her Visual perception study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Recien nacido, Face perception, Discrimination learning, Cognition and Face. Her Audiology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cued speech and Visual attention.
Francesca Simion spends much of her time researching Cognitive psychology, Biological motion, Stimulus, Sensory system and Kinematics. Her work on Sensory cue is typically connected to Object as part of general Cognitive psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her research integrates issues of Saccade and Communication in her study of Biological motion.
Her work carried out in the field of Communication brings together such families of science as Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Gaze, Biological motion perception, Eye tracking and Eye movement. Francesca Simion combines subjects such as Object, Artificial intelligence and Pattern recognition with her study of Stimulus. Her Sensory system study which covers Audiology that intersects with Nose, Child development, Visual field and Pediatrics.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Visual perception, Face perception, Visual experience and Face detection. Her study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Motion perception, Perception, Animacy, Sensory cue and Cognitive neuroscience. Her work deals with themes such as Stimulus, Sensory system, Audiology and Nose, which intersect with Visual perception.
Her Face perception research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Face and Early infancy.
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Eye contact detection in humans from birth
Teresa Farroni;Gergely Csibra;Francesca Simion;Mark H. Johnson.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
A predisposition for biological motion in the newborn baby
Francesca Simion;Lucia Regolin;Hermann Bulf.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Face preference at birth.
Eloisa Valenza;Francesca Simion;Viola Macchi Cassia;Carlo Umiltà.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1996)
Can a Nonspecific Bias Toward Top-Heavy Patterns Explain Newborns' Face Preference?
Viola Macchi Cassia;Chiara Turati;Francesca Simion.
Psychological Science (2004)
Infants' use of gaze direction to cue attention: The importance of perceived motion
Teresa Farroni;Mark H. Johnson;Margaret Brockbank;Francesca Simion.
Visual Cognition (2000)
Newborns' Preference for Faces: What Is Crucial?.
Chiara Turati;Francesca Simion;Idanna Milani;Carlo Umiltà.
Developmental Psychology (2002)
Newborns' face recognition: role of inner and outer facial features.
Chiara Turati;Viola Macchi Cassia;Francesca Simion;Irene Leo.
Child Development (2006)
Biological motion preference in humans at birth: role of dynamic and configural properties
Lara Bardi;Lucia Regolin;Francesca Simion.
Developmental Science (2011)
Can newborns discriminate between their own cry and the cry of another newborn infant
Marco Dondi;Francesca Simion;Giovanna Caltran.
Developmental Psychology (1999)
The origins of face perception: specific versus non‐specific mechanisms
Francesca Simion;Viola Macchi Cassia;Chiara Turati;Eloisa Valenza.
Infant and Child Development (2001)
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