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3D space and context (ECO-3D)

Head : Yves TROTTER

The actual field of interests of the team ECO-3D is to study the optimization of visual processing by postural and navigation cues in the peripersonal space in the human and non human primate. The spatial area located “straight ahead” especially in the near space is more particularly investigated using psychophysical and functional imaging approaches (fMRI and EEG). Furthermore contextual influences on the brain cartographic organization are explored, that include 3D visual illusions, ocular vergence and rewards signals. These studies are completed by computational modelling aiming at reproducing human visual performances with artificial neural networks. Clinical approaches are also performed using electrical brain stimulation in patients during “awake surgery” ; also rehabilitation protocols using perceptual learning are developed in patients affected by age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

Research topics :

  • Visual processing of peripersonal space : (Robin BAURES, Simona CELEBRINI, Benoit COTTEREAU, Jean-Baptiste DURAND, Alexandra SEVERAC CAUQUIL, Yves TROTTER)
  • Contextual influences on cortical retinotopy : (Benoit COTTEREAU, Jean Baptiste DURAND, Yves TROTTER)
  • Modelling studies : (Robin BAURES, Benoit COTTEREAU)
  • Clinical studies : (Benoit COTTEREAU, Jean Baptiste DURAND, Franck ROUX, Yves TROTTER)

Permanent research staff :

Post-docs :

  • Tushar CHAUHAN

PhD Students :

  • Yseult HEJJA-BRICHARD
  • Samy RIMA
  • Giulio CONTEMORI

Some selected publications :

  • B. Cottereau, A.T. Smith, S. Rima, D. Fize, Y. Héjja-Brichard, L. Renaud, C. Lejards, N. Vayssière, Y. Trotter, & J.B. Durand. Processing of egomotion-consistent optic flow in the rhesus macaque monkey. Cereb Cortex. 2017 Jan 19. doi : 10.1093/cercor/bhw412. [Epub ahead of print]
  • D. Camors, Y. Trotter, P. Pouget, S. Gilardeau and J.B. Durand (2016). Visual straight-ahead preference in saccadic eye movements, Sci. Rep. 6, 23124 ; doi : 10.1038/srep23124.
  • Baurès R, Bennet SJ, Causer J (2015). Temporal estimation with two moving objects : overt and covert pursuit. Exp Brain Res, 233 : 253-61.
  • Maniglia M, Pavan A, Aedo Jury F, Trotter Y. (2015). Sci Rep, 5:15530 doi 1038/srep 15530.
  • Roux FE, Miskin K, Durand JB, Sacko O, Réhault E, Tanova R, Démonet JF (2015). Electrostimulation mapping of comprhension of auditory and visual words. Cortex, 71:398-408.
  • Camors, D., Jouffrais, C., Cottereau, B.R., & Durand, J.B. (2015). Allocentric coding : Spatial range and combinations rules. Vis. Res. 109 ; 87-98
  • Maniglia, M., Pavan A. & Trotter, Y. (2015). The effect of spatial frequency on peripheral collinear facilitation. Vis. Res. 107 ; 146-154
  • Cottereau, B. R., Ales, J. M., & Norcia, A. M. (2015) How to use fMRI functional localizers to improve EEG/MEG source estimation. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 250 : 64-73.
  • Cottereau, B. R., S. P. McKee and A. M. Norcia (2014) The evolution of a disparity decision in human visual cortex. Neuroimage 92 (C) 193-206
  • Durand, J. B., D. Camors, Y. Trotter and S. Celebrini (2012) Privileged visual processing of the straight-ahead direction in humans. J Vis 12 (6) 34, 1-13
  • Cottereau, B. R., McKee, S. P., Ales, J. M., & Norcia, A. M. (2012) Disparity-specific spatial interactions : evidence from EEG source imaging. The Journal of Neuroscience 32 (3) 826-840
  • Fize D, Cauchoix M, Fabre-Thorpe M.Humans and monkeys share visual representations. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 May 3 ;108(18):7635-40
  • Marie Denuelle , Nicolas Boulloche, Pierre Payoux, Nelly Fabre, Yves Trotter, Gilles Géraud. A PET study of photophobia during spontaneous migraine attacks. Neurology, janv 18 ; 76(3) : 213-18, 2011
  • Christophe Halgand, Philippe Souères, Yves Trotter, Simona Celebrini, Christophe Jouffrais. A robotics approach for interpreting the gaze-related modulation of the activity of premotor neurons during reaching (regular paper). Dans : International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics (BioRob 2010), Tokyo, Japan, 26/09/2010-29/09/2010, IEEE, p.728-733, 2010.
  • Durand JB, Trotter Y, and Celebrini S. Privileged Processing of the Straight-Ahead Direction in Primate Area V1. Neuron 66 : 126-137, 2010
  • Joubert OR, Rousselet GA, Fabre-Thorpe M, and Fize D. Rapid visual categorization of natural scene contexts with equalized amplitude spectrum and increasing phase noise. Journal of vision 9 : 2 1-16, 2009.
  • Durand JB, Peeters R, Norman JF, Todd JT, and Orban GA. Parietal regions processing visual 3D shape extracted from disparity. Neuroimage 46 : 1114-1126, 2009.
  • Cauquil AS, Delaux S, Lestringant R, Taylor MJ, and Trotter Y. Neural correlates of chromostereopsis : an evoked potential study. Neuropsychologia 47 : 2677-2681, 2009.
  • Wang Y, Celebrini S, Trotter Y, and Barone P. Visuo-auditory interactions in the primary visual cortex of the behaving monkey : electrophysiological evidence. BMC neuroscience 9 : 79, 2008.
  • Durand JB, Celebrini S, and Trotter Y. Neural bases of stereopsis across visual field of the alert macaque monkey. Cereb Cortex 17 : 1260-1273, 2007a.
  • Durand JB, Nelissen K, Joly O, Wardak C, Todd JT, Norman JF, Janssen P, Vanduffel W, and Orban GA. Anterior Regions of Monkey Parietal Cortex Process Visual 3D Shape. Neuron 55 : 493-505, 2007b.
  • Severac Cauquil A, Trotter Y, and Taylor MJ. At what stage of neural processing do perspective depth cues make a difference ? Experimental brain research, 170 : 457-463, 2006.
  • Fize D, Vanduffel W, Nelissen K, Denys K, Chef d’Hotel C, Faugeras O, and Orban GA. The retinotopic organization of primate dorsal V4 and surrounding areas : A functional magnetic resonance imaging study in awake monkeys. J Neurosci 23 : 7395-7406, 2003.

Mise à jour 28/06/2017

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