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Peer-Reviewed

  • Camponogara, I., & Volcic, R. (2019). Grasping adjustments to haptic, visual, and visuo-haptic object perturbations are contingent on the sensory modality. Journal of neurophysiology, 122(6), 2614-2620.
  • Camponogara, I., & Volcic, R. (2019). Grasping movements toward seen and handheld objects. Scientific reports, 9(1), 1-8.
  • Turchet, L., Camponogara, I., Nardello, F., Zamparo, P., & Cesari, P. (2018). Interactive footsteps sounds modulate the sense of effort without affecting the kinematics and metabolic parameters during treadmill-walking. Applied Acoustics, 129, 379-385.
  • Camponogara, I., Rodger, M., Craig, C., & Cesari, P. (2017). Expert players accurately detect an opponent's movement intentions through sound alone. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 43(2), 348.
  • Camponogara, I., Turchet, L., Carner, M., Marchioni, D., & Cesari, P. (2016). To hear or not to hear: Sound availability modulates sensory-motor integration. Frontiers in neuroscience, 10, 22.
  • Fontana, F., Camponogara, I., Cesari, P., Vallicella, M., & Ruzzenente, M. (2016). An exploration on whole-body and foot-based vibrotactile sensitivity to melodic consonance. Proc. of SMC.
  • Turchet, L., Camponogara, I., & Cesari, P. (2015). Interactive footstep sounds modulate the perceptual-motor aftereffect of treadmill walking. Experimental brain research, 233(1), 205-214.
  • Camponogara, I., Komeilipoor, N., & Cesari, P. (2015). When distance matters: Perceptual bias and behavioral response for approaching sounds in peripersonal and extrapersonal space. Neuroscience, 304, 101-108.
  • Cesari, P., Camponogara, I., Papetti, S., Rocchesso, D., & Fontana, F. (2014). Might as well jump: sound affects muscle activation in skateboarding. PLoS One, 9(3).
  • Preprints

  • Camponogara, I., & Volcic, R. (2020). Integration of haptics and vision in human multisensory grasping. BiorXiv.
  • Camponogara, I., & Volcic, R. (2020). A brief glimpse at a haptic target is sufficient for multisensory integration in reaching movements. BiorXiv.
  • In Preparation

  • Camponogara, I., & Volcic, R. (2020). The influence of pre-movement and on-line haptic and visual information on the multisensory-motor integration process when reaching handheld objects.
  • Camponogara, I., & Volcic, R. (2020). The role of haptic information while grasping hand-held objects in the visual periphery.
  • Camponogara, I., & Volcic, R. (2020). Grasping objects held by the hand or by a tool: do haptics and tools supplement vision in equivalent ways?.