BRESSAN, PAOLA
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 4.687
EU - Europa 599
AS - Asia 224
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 1
OC - Oceania 1
SA - Sud America 1
Totale 5.513
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 4.682
IT - Italia 241
CN - Cina 139
FI - Finlandia 94
UA - Ucraina 87
DE - Germania 73
SE - Svezia 41
GB - Regno Unito 39
SG - Singapore 39
VN - Vietnam 35
FR - Francia 7
IN - India 7
NL - Olanda 4
IE - Irlanda 3
PA - Panama 3
ES - Italia 2
HR - Croazia 2
KR - Corea 2
RU - Federazione Russa 2
BE - Belgio 1
BR - Brasile 1
CA - Canada 1
CH - Svizzera 1
EU - Europa 1
HU - Ungheria 1
ID - Indonesia 1
JP - Giappone 1
MX - Messico 1
NO - Norvegia 1
NZ - Nuova Zelanda 1
Totale 5.513
Città #
Fairfield 711
Woodbridge 674
Ann Arbor 483
Houston 441
Jacksonville 395
Seattle 284
Ashburn 282
Cambridge 247
Wilmington 243
Chandler 192
Princeton 134
San Diego 77
Padova 64
Des Moines 42
Beijing 41
Medford 40
Dong Ket 35
Boardman 34
Helsinki 31
Nanjing 28
Roxbury 26
Singapore 24
Venezia 24
Hebei 13
Nanchang 12
Redwood City 11
Rovigo 10
Falls Church 9
Jiaxing 9
London 9
Norwalk 9
Shenyang 9
Changsha 8
Milan 8
Guangzhou 7
Rome 7
Rosà 7
Mira 6
Phoenix 6
Ogden 5
Tianjin 5
Cervignano del Friuli 4
Florence 4
Indiana 4
Kharkiv 4
Marseille 4
Turin 4
Boquete 3
Dublin 3
Ferno 3
New York 3
Noale 3
San Jose 3
Tappahannock 3
Tezze Sul Brenta 3
Anzola dell'Emilia 2
Bergamo 2
Bologna 2
Brescia 2
Brunssum 2
Cesena 2
Clifton 2
Hagen 2
Kehl 2
Kilburn 2
Los Angeles 2
Salamanca 2
San Michele di Serino 2
Villejuif 2
Yuseong-gu 2
Zagreb 2
Acton 1
Amsterdam 1
Aprilia 1
Auburn Hills 1
Bari 1
Billingham 1
Borås 1
Breda di Piave 1
Camposampiero 1
Chicago 1
Codogno 1
Cordenons 1
Coriano 1
Fuzhou 1
Groningen 1
Hamburg 1
Hamilton 1
Hangzhou 1
Hounslow 1
Jakarta 1
Lappeenranta 1
Las Vegas 1
Liverpool 1
Mahbubnagar 1
Modena 1
Mougins 1
Mountain View 1
New Bedfont 1
Orange 1
Totale 4.811
Nome #
Our (Mother’s) Mitochondria and Our Mind 168
Fathers' eye colour sways daughters' choice of both long- and short-term partners 166
Humans as Superorganisms: How Microbes, Viruses, Imprinted Genes, and Other Selfish Entities Shape Our Behavior 161
Perceptual alternations in stereokinesis 128
The SNARC effect is associated with worse mathematical intelligence and poorer time estimation 123
Antigravity hills are visual illusions 107
Inhomogeneous surrounds, conflicting frameworks, and the double-anchoring theory of lightness 107
Talis pater, talis filius: perceived resemblance and the belief in genetic relatedness 104
The attentional cost of inattentional blindness 103
Human kin recognition is self- rather than family-referential 103
Men Do not Have a Stronger Preference than Women for Self-resemblant Child Faces 103
Paradoxical lightness contrast 103
Contextual effects on colour appearance: lightness and colour induction, transparency, and illumination. 99
The connection between random sequences, everyday coincidences, and belief in the paranormal 98
Fathers see stronger family resemblances than non-fathers in unrelated children’s faces 97
Commentary: From 'sense of number' to 'sense of magnitude' - The role of continuous magnitudes in numerical cognition 97
Going round in circles: shape effects in the Ebbinghaus illusion 96
A fair test of the effect of a shadow-incompatible luminance gradient on the simultaneous lightness contrast. Comment 96
Simultaneous lightness contrast with double increments 95
null 95
Time estimation predicts mathematical intelligence 94
Dungeons, gratings, and black rooms: A defense of double-anchoring theory and a reply to Howe et al. (2007) 92
Visual attentional capture predicts belief in a meaningful world 92
Systemisers are better at maths 92
Bread and other edible agents of mental disease 91
Belief in God and in strong government as accidental cognitive by-products 85
Solving occlusion indeterminacy in chromatically homogeneous patterns. 84
Postscript: The prejudice against frameworks 84
The relation between cognitive-perceptual schizotypal traits and the Ebbinghaus size-illusion is mediated by judgment time 84
Motion-induced blindness measured objectively. 83
A new motion illusion related to the aperture problem. 82
Simultaneous lightness contrast on plain and articulated surrounds 81
A functional-measurement study of apparent rarefaction 81
A closer look at the dependence of neon color spreading on wavelength and illuminance. 80
Why babies look like their daddies: paternity uncertainty and the evolution of self-deception in evaluating family resemblance 80
Auditory attention causes visual inattentional blindness 79
Explaining lightness illusions 78
Chromatic induction in neon colour spreading 76
Human kin detection 76
The place of white in a world of greys: A double-anchoring theory of lightness perception 75
Stereokinetic effect, kinetic depth effect, and structure from motion 75
Neon colour spreading: A review. 70
The barberpole illusion depends on contrast. 69
Biologically Costly Altruism Depends on Emotional Closeness among Step but Not Half or Full Sibling 67
Ignoring color in transparency perception 67
In humans, only attractive females fulfil their sexually imprinted preferences for eye colour 61
Le costanze visive 60
Gating of remote effects on lightness 60
Confounds in “failed” replications 58
A fair test of the effect of a shadow-incompatible luminance gradient on the simultaneous lightness contrast. Reply to Logvinenko's reply 56
Poggendorff illusion with all-second-order contours 52
The best men are (not always) already taken - Female preference for single versus attached males depends on conception risk 51
The dungeon illusion 51
Il colore della luna. Come vediamo e perché. 50
Perception, Special Issue: Contextual Effects on Colour Appearance, II. Neon Colour Spreading, Surface Properties, and Motion 48
Parental resemblance in one-year-olds and the Gaussian curve 47
Clear waters, murky waters: Why transparency perception is good for you and underconstrained 46
Enhancing simultaneous lightness contrast by increasing surround articulation: when and why it works 46
Perception, Special Issue: Contextual Effects on Colour Appearance, I. Lightness and Colour Induction, Transparency, and Illumination 45
Mental Health, Mitochondria, and the Battle of the Sexes 45
Phenomenological analysis of pendular harmonic motion and the conditions for “natural” motion along inclined planes 44
La percezione dello spazio 43
Lights, shadows, and filters: a parametric study of neon brightness spreading 42
Strangers look sicker (with implications in times of COVID-19) 41
Remote effects on lightness 40
On misoriented letters 37
Poggendorff illusion with subjective contours 34
Progesterone does raise disgust 34
Measuring double-increment illusions 32
Intersection points of subjective contours in the reversed Poggendorff illusion 31
Infection threat shapes our social instincts 28
La percezione visiva 27
The dark shade of the moon 24
Blue Eyes Help Men Reduce the Cost of Cuckoldry 24
Most Findings Obtained With Untimed Visual Illusions Are Confounded 24
Short term, long term: An unexpected confound in human-mating research 21
Il colore della Luna e altri inganni 9
Mitochondria Inspire a Lifestyle 9
First impressions of a new face are shaped by infection concerns 4
Racism is not about “race” 1
Totale 5.591
Categoria #
all - tutte 18.192
article - articoli 15.971
book - libri 230
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 255
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 817
Totale 35.465


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2018/2019325 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 176 149
2019/20201.179 157 53 26 113 115 109 115 136 108 117 65 65
2020/2021910 36 66 33 68 25 73 19 74 154 192 98 72
2021/2022954 27 119 113 68 30 27 47 116 106 40 108 153
2022/2023564 141 16 8 47 112 94 3 41 68 1 19 14
2023/2024285 24 58 56 28 10 15 17 10 11 13 43 0
Totale 5.591