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Volcic, Robert, and Fulvio Domini. "On-line visual control of grasping movements." Experimental brain research 234, no. 8 (2016): 2165-2177.
Bozzacchi, Chiara, Robert Volcic, and Fulvio Domini. "Grasping in absence of feedback: systematic biases endure extensive training." Experimental brain research 234, no. 1 (2016): 255-265.
Bozzacchi, Chiara, Robert Volcic, and Fulvio Domini. "Effect of visual and haptic feedback on grasping movements." Journal of neurophysiology 112, no. 12 (2014): 3189-3196.
Volcic, Robert, and Fulvio Domini. "The visibility of contact points influences grasping movements." Experimental brain research 232, no. 9 (2014): 2997-3005.
Volcic, Robert, Carlo Fantoni, Corrado Caudek, John A. Assad, and Fulvio Domini. "Visuomotor adaptation changes stereoscopic depth perception and tactile discrimination." Journal of Neuroscience 33, no. 43 (2013): 17081-17088.
For a full list of publications, visit Robert Volcic's website.