My research has been mainly aimed at studying human time perception within sensory, motor and social interaction domains. I have looked at how we extract time information from sensory signals and use this information to successfully guide actions, I have identified factors that distort our sense of time and studied the mechanisms through which timing is implemented in the human brain.
I am currently investigating with Duncan Brumby, Nadia Berthouze and Simon Julier, how performance in routine procedural tasks can be assisted through augmented reality, as part of the multidisciplinary EC-funded Human Manufacturing (HUMAN) project.
2012-2014 Newton International Postdoctoral Fellowship awarded by the British Academy & Royal Society.
2011 - 6 month studies abroad grant awarded by l'Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
2007-2010 3 year PhD fellowship in Cognitive Neuroscience awarded by l'Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"
I have a degree in experimental psychology from the University "La Sapienza" in Rome, where I have also obtained my PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience, both under the supervision of Fabrizio Doricchi. This was followed by a Postdoc at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience working in Vincent Walsh's group. After this, I took a position as a Research Associate at the Department of Experimental Psychology at UCL working in collaboration with Alan Johnston and Isabelle Mareschal.
|Nicola Binetti, L Wu, S Chen, E Kruijff, S Julier, Duncan Brumby||Using visual and auditory cues to locate out-of-view objects in head-mounted augmented reality||2021||Displays, Journal article|
|R Bovo, Nicola Binetti, Duncan Brumby, S Julier||Detecting errors in pick and place procedures: detecting errors in multi-stage and sequence-constrained manual retrieve-assembly procedures.||2020||IUI '20: 25th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Conference paper (text), Cagliari, Italy|
|Nicola Binetti, Tsu-Jui Cheng, I Mareschal, Duncan Brumby, S Julier, N Bianchi-Berthouze||Assumptions about the positioning of virtual stimuli affect gaze direction estimates during Augmented Reality based interactions.||2019||Sci Rep, Journal article|
|C Harrison, Nicola Binetti, A Coutrot, A Johnston, I Mareschal||Personality Traits Do Not Predict How We Look at Faces||2018||Perception, Journal article|
|C Harrison, Nicola Binetti, I Mareschal, A Johnston||Selective binding of facial features reveals dynamic expression fragments||2018||SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, Journal article|
|Nicola Binetti, C Harrison, I Mareschal, A Johnston||Temporal Order Judgements of Dynamic Gaze Stimuli Reveal a Postdictive Prioritisation of Averted Over Direct Shifts||2017||I-PERCEPTION, Journal article|
|Nicola Binetti, C Harrison, I Mareschal, A Johnston||Pupil hazard rates predict perceived gaze durations||2017||Conference abstract/presentation slides|
|Nicola Binetti, C Harrison, I Mareschal, A Johnston||Pupil response hazard rates predict perceived gaze durations||2017||SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, Journal article|
|C Harrison, Nicola Binetti, I Mareschal, A Johnston||Time-Order Errors in Duration Judgment Are Independent of Spatial Positioning||2017||Frontiers in Psychology, Journal article|
|A Coutrot, Nicola Binetti, C Harrison, I Mareschal, A Johnston||Face exploration dynamics differentiate men and women||2016||JOURNAL OF VISION, Journal article|
|Nicola Binetti, C Harrison, A Coutrot, A Johnston, I Mareschal||Pupil dilation as an index of preferred mutual gaze duration||2016||ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE, Journal article|
|Nicola Binetti, N Hagura, C Fadipe, A Tomassini, V Walsh, S Bestmann||Binding space and time through action||2015||PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, Journal article|
|G Zacharopoulos, Nicola Binetti, V Walsh, R Kanai||The Effect of Self-Efficacy on Visual Discrimination Sensitivity||2014||PLOS ONE, Journal article|
|Nicola Binetti, IA Siegler, D Bueti, F Doricchi||Adaptive tuning of perceptual timing to whole body motion||2013||NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, Journal article|
|Nicola Binetti, F Lecce, F Doricchi||Time-dilation and time-contraction in an anisochronous and anisometric visual scenery||2012||JOURNAL OF VISION, Journal article|
|Nicola Binetti, M Aiello, S Merola, M Bruschini, F Lecce, E Macci, F Doricchi||Positive correlation in the bisection of long and short horizontal Oppel-Kundt illusory gradients: Implications for the interpretation of the " cross-over" effect in spatial neglect||2011||Cortex, Journal article|
|Nicola Binetti, IA Siegler, D Bueti, F Doricchi||Time in motion: Effects of whole-body rotatory accelerations on timekeeping processes||2010||Neuropsychologia, Journal article|
|F Doricchi, P Guariglia, F Figliozzi, M Silvetti, M Gasparini, S Merola, E Macci, Nicola Binetti, M Bruschini, D Bueti||No reversal of the Oppel-Kundt illusion with short stimuli: confutation of the space anisometry interpretation of neglect and 'cross-over' in line bisection||2008||BRAIN, Journal article|