Perception Lab Louise Delicato

 
 

Papers


Derrington, A. M., Allen, H. A. & Delicato, L. S. (2004)  Visual Mechanisms of Motion Perception and Analysis.  Annual Review of Psychology, 55, 181-205.

Supplementary Material


Delicato, L. S & Qian, N. (2005)  Is Depth Perception of Stereo Plaids Predicted by Intersection of Constraints, Vector Average or Second-order Features?  Vision Research 45(1), 75 – 89


Delicato, L. S. & Derrington, A. M. (2005)  Coherent Motion Perception Fails at Low Contrast.  Vision Research. 45(17), 2310 - 2320


Thiele, A., Delicato, L. S., Roberts, M. R. & Gieselmann, M. A. (2006).  A Novel Electrode-Pipette Design For Simultaneous Recording Of Extracellular Spikes And Iontophoretic Drug Application In Awake Behaving Monkeys. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 158(2), 207-11.


Roberts, M. R., Delicato, L. S. & Thiele, A. (2007).  Attention alters spatial integration in macaque V1 in an eccentricity-dependent manner.  Nature Neuroscience. 10:1483-1491


Herrero*, J. L., Roberts*, M. J., Delicato*, L. S., Gieselmann, M. A., Dayan, P. & Thiele, A. (2008) Acetylcholine Contributes to Attentional Modulation in V1 by Muscarinic Receptors.  Nature 454:1110-1114.

* Equal Contribution


Thiele, A., Pooresmaeili, A., Delicato, L. S., Herrero, J., & Roelfsema, P. R.,  (2009) Additive Effects of Attention and Stimulus Contrast in Primary Visual Cortex. Cerebral Cortex 19(12): 2970–2981


Chalk, M., Herrero, J. L., Gieselmann, M. A., Delicato, L. S., Gotthardt, S. & Thiele, A. (2010)  Attention Reduces Stimulus-Driven Gamma Frequency Oscillations and Spike Field Coherence in V1. Neuron 66(1): 114-125


Bartolo, M. J., Gieselmann, M. A., Vuksanovic, V., Hunter, D., Sun, L., Delicato, L. S. & Thiele, A. (2011) Stimulus Induced Dissociation of Neuronal Firing Rates and LFP Gamma Power and its Relation to the fMRI BOLD Signal in Macaque V1. European Journal of Neuroscience 34 (11): 1857–1870.


Delicato, L. S., Serrano-Pedraza, I., Suero, M. & Derrington, A. M. (2012) Two-dimensional Pattern Motion Analysis Uses Local Features. Vision Research 62: 84-92


Clawson, K., Delicato, L. S. & Garfield, S. (In Press) Automated Representation of Non-Emotional Expressivity to Facilitate Understanding of Facial Mobility: Preliminary Findings. Intelligent Systems Conference, 7th – 8th September, London, 2017.


Stuart, S., Galna, B., Delicato L. S., Lord, S. & Rochester, L. (In Press) Direct and indirect effects of attention and visual function on gait impairment in Parkinson’s disease: influence of task and environment. European Journal of Neuroscience



Talks


Delicato, L. S. & Derrington, A.M. (1999)  Two-dimensional Motion Perception is Calculated by Local Motion Analysis. School of Psychology Postgraduate Conference, Sept 23-24th 1999, University of Nottingham, UK.


Delicato, L. S. & Derrington, A.M. (2000)  Objective Measures for the Coherence of Plaids. PsyPag Annual Conference, Aug 17-19th 2000, University of Glasgow, UK.


Delicato*, L. S. & Derrington, A.M. (2000)  Objective Measures for the Coherence of Plaids. School of Psychology Postgraduate Conference, Oct 11th 2000, University of Nottingham, UK.

* Winner of best presentation award.


Delicato, L. S. & Derrington, A.M. (2001)  Low Contrast Plaids are Incoherent. [ARVO Abstract]. Investigative Opthalmolology & Vision Science, 2001; 42(4) S737. Abstract nr 3949.


Delicato, L. S (2001)  How is the Motion of a Two-dimensional Pattern Calculated? 11th June 2001, Duke University, NC, USA.


Delicato, L. S. & Qian, N. (2003)  Is Depth Perception of Stereo Plaids Predicted by Intersection of Constraints, Vector Average or Second-order Features? [VSS Abstract] Journal of Vision, 3(9), 97a, http://journalofvision.org/3/9/97/, doi:10.1167/3.9.97.


Delicato, L. S. (2003)  The Perception of Motion and Depth in Two-Dimensional Patterns. 16th December 2003, New York University, NY, USA.


Delicato, L. S, Roberts, M. R & Thiele, A (2005).  The Effects of Attention on Orientation Tuning and Contrast Response Functions in Primate V1.  Society for Neuroscience Abstract, Washington DC, USA.


Delicato, L. S. (2010)  What can psychophysics and electrophysiology tell us about how the brain processes what we see? 25th October 2010, Durham University.


Delicato, L. S. (2011)  Investigations, using visual psychophysics, to understand how the brain processes what we see. 7th December 2011, Kingston University.


Delicato, L. S. (2012)  Can emotion perception be used to objectively diagnose mental health problems?  Seminar 10th October 2012, University of Sunderland.


Delicato, L. S. (2013) Student Engagement in Learning. Learning and Teaching Conference, 3rd July 2013, University of SunderlandInvited speaker and panel member.


Delicato, L. S. (2014) When does a smirk become a smile?  Understanding the role of duration, distance, and ‘features’ on emotion recognition in faces. 31st January 2014, University of Sunderland.


Delicato, L. S. (2016) Happiness is in the eye of the beholder and fear in the eyes. Research Conference, 7th January 2016, University of Sunderland.


Delicato, L. S. (2016) Sensitivity of people with Parkinson’s to different intensities of Emotions (SPiEs), Seminar 29th April 2016, University of Sunderland.


Delicato, L. S. (2016). Sensitivity of people with Parkinson’s to different intensities of Emotions.  British Psychological Society, Nottingham, UK.


Delicato, L. S. & Clawson, K (2016) Understanding the relationship between facial movement and ability to recognise emotions in people with Parkinson’s through SPiEs and ARNEE. 21st November 2016, City Hospital Sunderland.


Delicato, L. S. (2017) It’s not written all over your face: Sensitivity of people with Parkinson’s to different intensities of Emotions (SPiEs). 3rd February 2017, Three Rivers Parkinson’s Disease Meeting, Sedgefield.


Delicato, L. S. (2017) It’s written all over your face; understanding the importance of visual information in recognising emotions from facial expressions. 25th April 2017, University of East London.



Posters


Roberts, M. J., Delicato, L. S. & Thiele, A. (2004).  Attention Reduces Spatial Integration in Primate Primary Visual Cortex.  Society for Neuroscience Abstract, New Orleans, USA.


Thiele, A., Delicato, L. S., Roberts, M. R. & Dayan, P. (2005).  Cholinergic Contribution to Attentional Effects in V1 of Macaque Monkeys.  Society for Neuroscience Abstract, Washington DC, USA.


Delicato, L. S., Roberts, M. R., Dayan, P. & Thiele, A. (2006).  Contribution of the Cholinergic System to Attentional Effects in V1 Neurons of the Awake Behaving Macaque. Forum of European Neuroscience Abstract, Vienna, Austria.


Delicato, L. S., Hunter, D., Sun, L. & Thiele, A. (2006).  Contrast Dependent Spatial Integration in Awake Macaque V1 Measured by fMRI.  Society for Neuroscience Abstract, Atlanta, GA, USA.


Delicato, L. S. Herrero, J., Roberts, M. R., Dayan, P. & Thiele, A. (2008) Acetylcholine Contributes to Attentional Modulation in V1 by Muscarinic Receptors. Society for Neuroscience


Sanayei, M., Herrero, J., Delicato, L.S., Thiele, A. (2009) Opposing Effects of Attention and Surround Stimulation on Orientation Tuning in V1.  Society for Neuroscience


Chalk, M., Herrero, J. L., Delicato, L.S., Gieselmann, M.A., Thiele, A. (2009) Attention and Stimulus Features Modulate Gamma Frequency Oscillations and Spike Field Coherence in V1. Society for Neuroscience


Delicato, L. S., Finn, J., Morris, J. & Smith, B. (2014).   Increased sensitivity to happy compared with fearful faces in a temporal two-interval forced-choice paradigm. European Conference on Visual Perception, Belgrade, Serbia. Perception 43(1), 75 doi: 10.1177/03010066140430S10


Delicato, L. S. & Mason, R. (2015) Happiness is in the mouth of the beholder and fear in the eyes.  Vision Sciences Society, St. Petes Beach, Florida, US. Journal of Vision, Vol.15, 1378. doi:10.1167/15.12.1378


Delicato, L. S., Routledge, J. & Williams, D. (2015)  Motion makes fearful expressions more detectable.  European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK. Perception 44(S1), 18 doi:10.1177/0301006615598674.


Wincenciak, J. & Delicato, L. S. (2015) Face-shape facilitates detection of fearful facial expressions, Perception 44(S1), 20 doi:10.1177/0301006615598674.


Wincenciak, J., Burn, D. J. & Delicato, L. S, (2016). Sensitivity of people with Parkinson’s to different intensities of Emotions.  Movement Disorders. 31 (suppl 2).


Delicato, L. S, Wincenciak, J., Burn, D. J. (2016). Evidence for a Face Inversion Effect in People with Parkinson’s. Perception 45(S2), 295 doi: 10.1177/0301006616671273


Delicato, L. S, Wincenciak, J., Burn, D. J. (2016). Impaired ability to recognise emotions of inverted facial expressions in people with Parkinson’s. Parkinson’s UK Conference, November 2016


Wincenciak, J., Burn, D. J. & Delicato, L. S, (2016). Sensitivity of people with Parkinson’s to different intensities of Emotions.  Parkinson’s UK Conference, November 2016