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The Context of the visual scene actually affects affordances perception. Specifically, both spatial and thematic relations between the objects constituting an object-tool pair affect affordances perception and this is reflected by different visuospatial attentional patterns related to the overall scene and to the tool. When the Context facilitates affordances perception, the visual scene is encoded in a faster and more suited for action way. Indeed, the exploration focuses on the Manipulation part more than the Functional part of tools. Our findings are consistent with the perception-action theories and with the literature about the weight of the Context in the affordances perception. A cognitive interpretation of affordances perception is proposed. Read more...

Starting from today my blog will be accessible only through an encrypted SSL connection. The change is transparent for the users. Furthermore, I added an RSS feed for those who want to be automatically keep updated regarding my news. Read more...

If you are right handed, have a webcam or your laptop integrates one and you use Google Chrome as web browser, you can participate to an online experimental study. Read more...

Introducing Web Gazer: an eye tracking library that uses common webcams to infer the eye-gaze locations in real time. The article contains the slides presented during an university seminary related to Eye Tracking technologies. Read more...

Here I'll discuss about a theoretically interesting scientific provocation made by the russian scientist V. Y. Argonov regarding the possibility to conceptualize Consciousness as a function of eigen and superposition-states of electrons, without necessity of a Bose-Einstein condensate and without assuming the existence of a unified cluster of neurons like in others Quantum Mechanics theories of Consciousness. Read more...

A very short post to communicate an interesting online discussion forum about EEG, BCI (Brain-Computer interfaces), neurofeedback and neuroscience in general.
Made by The Autodidacts team, NeuroBB is a «place where you can ask and answer questions, discuss the field, and exchange ideas with a helpful community of fellow neuro-enthusiasts and researchers». Read more...

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