Claudia Damiano
Claudia Damiano
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Toronto
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Distinct roles of eye movements during memory encoding and retrieval
C Damiano, DB Walther
Cognition 184, 119-129, 2019
Visual affects: Linking curiosity, Aha-Erlebnis, and memory through information gain
S Van de Cruys, C Damiano, Y Boddez, M Król, L Goetschalckx, ...
Cognition 212, 104698, 2021
Mid-level feature contributions to category-specific gaze guidance
C Damiano, J Wilder, DB Walther
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 81 (1), 35-46, 2019
The role of local and global symmetry in pleasure, interest, and complexity judgments of natural scenes.
C Damiano, J Wilder, EY Zhou, DB Walther, J Wagemans
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2021
Contour features predict valence and threat judgements in scenes
C Damiano, DB Walther, WA Cunningham
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 19405, 2021
Anger is red, sadness is blue: Emotion depictions in abstract visual art by artists and non-artists
C Damiano, P Gayen, M Rezanejad, A Banerjee, G Banik, P Patnaik, ...
Journal of vision 23 (4), 1-1, 2023
Content, not context, facilitates memory for real-world scenes
C Damiano, DB Walther
Visual Cognition 23 (7), 852-855, 2015
Measuring complexity of images using Multiscale Entropy
EY Zhou, C Damiano, J Wilder, DB Walther
Journal of Vision 19 (10), 96a-96a, 2019
Finding the meaning in meaning maps: Quantifying the roles of semantic and non-semantic scene information in guiding visual attention
M Leemans, C Damiano, J Wagemans
Cognition 247, 105788, 2024
Exploring the Semantic-Inconsistency Effect in Scenes Using a Continuous Measure of Linguistic-Semantic Similarity
C Damiano, M Leemans, J Wagemans
Psychological Science, 09567976241238217, 2024
Neural dissociation between computational and subjective image complexity.
EY Zhou, J Wilder, C Damiano, DB Walther
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2023
Understanding memorability through artificial and artist intelligence
L Goetschalckx, C Damiano
Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2023
Low and high spatial frequencies contribute equally to rapid threat detection when contrast is normalized
C Damiano, C Engelen, J Wagemans
Journal of Vision 22 (14), 3281-3281, 2022
A neural network in lockdown loses its ability to appreciate nature
C Damiano, G Garnett, J Wagemans
Perception 51, 137-137, 2022
The Influence of Visual Features on Scene Perception and Cognition
C Damiano
University of Toronto (Canada), 2019
Eye movements as a predictor of the perception and memory of scenes
C Damiano
University of Toronto (Canada), 2015
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