Talks 

Delicato, L. S. (2018) It’s not written all over your face; the importance of emotion recognition in people with Parkinson’s. 12th March 2018, Cafe Scientifique, Newcastle.

Delicato, L. S. (2017) It’s written all over your face; understanding the importance of visual information in recognising emotions from facial expressions. 25th April 2017, University of East London.

Delicato, L. S. (2017) It’s not written all over your face: Sensitivity of people with Parkinson’s to different intensities of Emotions (SPiEs). 3rd February 2017, Three Rivers Parkinson’s Disease Meeting, Sedgefield.

Delicato, L. S. & Clawson, K (2016) Understanding the relationship between facial movement and ability to recognise emotions in people with Parkinson’s through SPiEs and ARNEE. 21st November 2016, City Hospital Sunderland.

Delicato, L. S. (2016). Sensitivity of people with Parkinson’s to different intensities of Emotions. British Psychological Society, Nottingham, UK.

Delicato, L. S. (2016) Sensitivity of people with Parkinson’s to different intensities of Emotions (SPiEs), Seminar 29th April 2016, University of Sunderland.

Delicato, L. S. (2016) Happiness is in the eye of the beholder and fear in the eyes. Research Conference, 7th January 2016, University of Sunderland.

Delicato, L. S. (2014) When does a smirk become a smile? Understanding the role of duration, distance, and ‘features’ on emotion recognition in faces. 31st January 2014, University of Sunderland.

Delicato, L. S. (2013) Student Engagement in Learning. Learning and Teaching Conference, 3rd July 2013, University of Sunderland. Invited speaker and panel member.

Delicato, L. S. (2012) Can emotion perception be used to objectively diagnose mental health problems? Seminar 10th October 2012, University of Sunderland.

Delicato, L. S. (2011) Investigations, using visual psychophysics, to understand how the brain processes what we see. 7th December 2011, Kingston University.

Delicato, L. S. (2010) What can psychophysics and electrophysiology tell us about how the brain processes what we see? 25th October 2010, Durham University.

Delicato, L. S, Roberts, M. R & Thiele, A (2005). The Effects of Attention on Orientation Tuning and Contrast Response Functions in Primate V1. Society for Neuroscience Abstract, Washington DC, USA.

Delicato, L. S. (2003) The Perception of Motion and Depth in Two-Dimensional Patterns. 16th December 2003, New York University, NY, USA.

Delicato, L. S. & Qian, N. (2003) Is Depth Perception of Stereo Plaids Predicted by Intersection of Constraints, Vector Average or Second-order Features? [VSS Abstract] Journal of Vision, 3(9), 97a, http://journalofvision.org/3/9/97/, doi:10.1167/3.9.97.

Delicato, L. S (2001) How is the Motion of a Two-dimensional Pattern Calculated? 11th June 2001, Duke University, NC, USA.

Delicato, L. S. & Derrington, A.M. (2001) Low Contrast Plaids are Incoherent. [ARVO Abstract]. Investigative Opthalmolology & Vision Science, 2001; 42(4) S737. Abstract nr 3949.

Delicato*, L. S. & Derrington, A.M. (2000) Objective Measures for the Coherence of Plaids. School of Psychology Postgraduate Conference, Oct 11th 2000, University of Nottingham, UK.
* Winner of best presentation award.

Delicato, L. S. & Derrington, A.M. (2000) Objective Measures for the Coherence of Plaids. PsyPag Annual Conference, Aug 17-19th 2000, University of Glasgow, UK.

Delicato, L. S. & Derrington, A.M. (1999) Two-dimensional Motion Perception is Calculated by Local Motion Analysis. School of Psychology Postgraduate Conference, Sept 23-24th 1999, University of Nottingham, UK.



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