Martina Poletti, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Area:
Active Perception, theoretical neuroscience, visual psychophysics, humanoid robotics
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Michele Rucci grad student 2010 Boston University
 (Contributions of miniature eye movements to visual perception.)
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Fang Y, Gill C, Poletti M, et al. (2018) Monocular microsaccades: Do they really occur? Journal of Vision. 18: 18
Poletti M, Rucci M, Carrasco M. (2017) Selective attention within the foveola. Nature Neuroscience
Boi M, Poletti M, Victor JD, et al. (2017) Consequences of the Oculomotor Cycle for the Dynamics of Perception. Current Biology : Cb
Ko HK, Max Snodderly D, Poletti M. (2016) Eye movements between saccades: Measuring ocular drift and tremor. Vision Research
Rucci M, Poletti M. (2015) Control and Functions of Fixational Eye Movements. Annual Review of Vision Science. 1: 499-518
Poletti M, Aytekin M, Rucci M. (2015) Head-Eye Coordination at a Microscopic Scale. Current Biology : Cb
Ko HK, Snodderly D, Aytekin M, et al. (2015) Characterizing ocular drift and tremor: contributions to the retinal input. Journal of Vision. 15: 214
Rucci M, Poletti M, Victor J, et al. (2015) Contributions of Eye Movement Transients to Spatial Vision. Journal of Vision. 15: 211
Poletti M, Carrasco M, Rucci M. (2015) Selective attention within the foveola. Journal of Vision. 15: 177
Poletti M, Rucci M. (2015) A compact field guide to the study of microsaccades: Challenges and functions. Vision Research
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