Michael Puntiroli
Michael Puntiroli
University of Geneva, University of Neuchâtel
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Perceptual enhancement prior to intended and involuntary saccades
M Puntiroli, D Kerzel, S Born
Journal of Vision 15 (4), 2-2, 2015
112015
Swiss household energy demand survey (SHEDS): Objectives, design, and implementation
S Weber, P Burger, M Farsi, AL Martinez-Cruz, M Puntiroli, I Schubert, ...
IRENE Working Paper, 2017
52017
Placeholder objects shape spatial attention effects before eye movements
M Puntiroli, D Kerzel, S Born
Journal of vision 18 (6), 1-1, 2018
22018
Saccadic selection does not eliminate attribute amnesia.
S Born, M Puntiroli, D Jordan, D Kerzel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2019
12019
Spreading pre-saccadic attentional resources without trade-off
M Puntiroli, H Deubel, M Szinte
BioRxiv, 187518, 2017
12017
the spread of presaccadic attention depends on the spatial configuration of the visual scene
M Szinte, M Puntiroli, H Deubel
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
2019
Race to accumulate evidence for few and many saccade alternatives: an exception to speed–accuracy trade-off
M Puntiroli, C Tandonnet, D Kerzel, S Born
Experimental brain research 235 (2), 507-515, 2017
2017
Malleable pre-saccadic shift of attention
M Puntiroli, D Kerzel, S Born, H Deubel, M Szinte
Journal of Vision 16 (12), 1046-1046, 2016
2016
Just before eye movement execution: the link between processing of visual objects and allocation of attention
M Puntiroli
2016
Just before eye movement execution: processing of visual objects
M Puntiroli
University of Geneva, 2016
2016
Motor preparation and attentional benefits: dependencies on the number of possible saccade targets.
M Puntiroli, D Kerzel, S Born
Journal of vision 15 (12), 787-787, 2015
2015
When Technology Backfires and When it Succeeds: Positive and Negative Effects of Eco-efficient Automation on Consumers’ Choices
M Puntiroli, V Bezençon, G Pino
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