• Besson, G. Barragan-Jason, G. Thorpe, S. J. Fabre-Thorpe, M. Puma, S. Ceccaldi, M. Barbeau, E. J. (2017) From face processing to face recognition: Comparing three different processing levels. Cognition 158 () 33-43
  • Wu, C. T., Crouzet, S. M., Thorpe, S. J., & Fabre-Thorpe, M. (2015) At 120 msec You Can Spot the Animal but You Don\'t Yet Know It\'s a Dog. J Cogn Neurosci 27 (1) 141-149
  • Poncet, M. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2014) Stimulus duration and diversity do not reverse the advantage for superordinate-level representations: the animal is seen before the bird.. European Journal of Neuroscience 39 (9) 1508-1519
  • Remy, F., N. Vayssiere, D. Pins, M. Boucart and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2014) Incongruent object/context relationships in visual scenes: where are they processed in the brain?. Brain and Cognition 84 (1) 34-43
  • Rémy, F., L. Saint-Aubert, N. Bacon-Macé, N. Vayssière, E. J. Barbeau and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2013) Object recognition in congruent and incongruent natural scenes: a life-span study. Vision Research 91 36-44
  • Crouzet, S. M., O. Joubert, S.J. Thorpe and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2012) Animal detection precedes access to scene category. PLoS ONE 7 (12) e51471
  • Poncet, M., L. Reddy and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2012) A need for more information uptake but not focused attention to access basic-level representations. Journal of Vision 12 (1) 15, 1-16
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M. (2011) The characteristics and limits of rapid visual categorization. Frontiers in Psychology 2 243
  • Fize, D., M. Cauchoix and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2011) Humans and Monkeys Share Visual Representations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (18) 7635-7640
  • Boucart, M., C. Moroni, P. Despretz, F. Pasquier and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2010) Rapid categorization of faces and objects in a patient with impaired object recognition. Neurocase 16 (2) 157-168
  • Boucart, M., F. Naili, P. Despretz, S. Defoort-Dhellemmes and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2010) Implicit and explicit object recognition at very large visual eccentricities : no improvement after loss of central vision. Visual Cognition 18 (6) 839-858
  • Delorme, A., G. Richard and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2010) Key visual features for rapid categorization of animals in natural scenes. Frontiers in Psychology 1 21
  • Mace, M. J., A. Delorme, G. Richard and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2010) Spotting animals in natural scenes: efficiency of humans and monkeys at very low contrasts. Animal Cognition 13 (3) 405-418
  • Joubert, O. R., G. A. Rousselet, M. Fabre-Thorpe and D. Fize (2009) Rapid visual categorization of natural scene contexts with equalized amplitude spectrum and increasing phase noise. Journal of Vision 9 (1) 2, 1-16
  • Mace, M. J., O. R. Joubert, J. L. Nespoulous and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2009) The time-course of visual categorizations: you spot the animal faster than the bird. PLoS ONE 4 (6) e5927
  • Wu, C. T., N. A. Busch, M. Fabre-Thorpe and R. VanRullen (2009) The temporal interplay between conscious and unconscious perceptual streams. Current Biology 19 (23) 2003-2007
  • Joubert, O. R., D. Fize, G. A. Rousselet and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2008) Early interference of context congruence on object processing in rapid visual categorization of natural scenes. Journal of Vision 8 (13) 11, 1-18
  • Bacon-Mace, N., H. Kirchner, M. Fabre-Thorpe and S. J. Thorpe (2007) Effects of task requirements on rapid natural scene processing: From common sensory encoding to distinct decisional mechanisms. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform 33 (5) 1013-1026
  • Joubert, O. R., G. A. Rousselet, D. Fize and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2007) Processing scene context: Fast categorization and object interference. Vision Research 47 (26) 3286-3297
  • Rousselet, G. A., M. J. Mace, S. J. Thorpe and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2007) Limits of Event-related Potential Differences in Tracking Object Processing Speed. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19 (8) 1241-1258
  • Bacon-Mace, N., M. J. Mace, M. Fabre-Thorpe and S. J. Thorpe (2005) The time course of visual processing: backward masking and natural scene categorisation. Vision Research 45 (11) 1459-1469
  • Fize, D., M. Fabre-Thorpe, G. Richard, B. Doyon and S. J. Thorpe (2005) Rapid categorization of foveal and extrafoveal natural images: associated ERPs and effects of lateralization. Brain and Cognition 59 (2) 145-158
  • Mace, M. J., G. Richard, A. Delorme and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2005) Rapid categorization of natural scenes in monkeys: target predictability and processing speed. Neuroreport 16 (4) 349-354
  • Mace, M. J., S. J. Thorpe and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2005) Rapid categorization of achromatic natural scenes: how robust at very low contrasts?. European Journal of Neuroscience 21 (7) 2007-2018
  • Rousselet, G. A., O. R. Joubert and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2005) How long to get to the \"gist\" of real-world natural scenes?. Visual Cognition 12 (6) 852-877
  • Delorme, A., G. A. Rousselet, M. J. Mace and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2004) Interaction of top-down and bottom-up processing in the fast visual analysis of natural scenes. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res 19 (2) 103-113
  • Rousselet, G. A., M. J. M. Mace and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2004) Comparing animal and face processing in the context of natural scenes using a fast categorization task. Neurocomputing 58-60 783-791
  • Rousselet, G. A., M. J. Mace and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2004) Spatiotemporal analyses of the N170 for human faces, animal faces and objects in natural scenes. Neuroreport 15 (17) 2607-2611
  • Rousselet, G. A., M. J. Mace and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2004) Animal and human faces in natural scenes: How specific to human faces is the N170 ERP component?. Journal of Vision 4 (1) 13-21
  • Rousselet, G. A., S. J. Thorpe and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2004) How parallel is visual processing in the ventral pathway?. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 8 (8) 363-370
  • Rousselet, G. A., S. J. Thorpe and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2004) Processing of one, two or four natural scenes in humans: the limits of parallelism. Vision Research 44 (9) 877-894
  • Rousselet, G. A., S. J. Thorpe and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2004) How parallel is visual processing in the ventral pathway?. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 8 (8) 363-370
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M. (2003) Visual categorization: accessing abstraction in non-human primates. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 358 (1435) 1215-1223
  • Rousselet, G. A. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2003) Les mécanismes de l'attention visuelle. Psychologie Française 48 29-44
  • Rousselet, G. A., M. J. Mace and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2003) Is it an animal? Is it a human face? Fast processing in upright and inverted natural scenes. Journal of Vision 3 (6) 440-455
  • Rousselet, G. A., S. J. Thorpe and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2003) Taking the MAX from neuronal responses. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 7 (3) 99-102
  • Delorme, A., S. Makeig, M. Fabre-Thorpe and T. Sejnowski (2002) From single-trial EEG to brain area dynamics. Neurocomputing 44 1057-1064
  • Rousselet, G. A., M. Fabre-Thorpe and S. J. Thorpe (2002) Parallel processing in high-level categorization of natural images. Nat Neurosci 5 (7) 629-630
  • Thorpe, S. J. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2001) Neuroscience. Seeking categories in the brain. Science 291 (5502) 260-263
  • Thorpe, S. J., K. R. Gegenfurtner, M. Fabre-Thorpe and H. H. Bulthoff (2001) Detection of animals in natural images using far peripheral vision. European Journal of Neuroscience 14 (5) 869-876
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., A. Delorme, C. Marlot and S. Thorpe (2001) A limit to the speed of processing in ultra-rapid visual categorization of novel natural scenes. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 13 (2) 171-80
  • Delorme, A., G. Richard and M. Fabre-Thorpe (2000) Ultra-rapid categorisation of natural scenes does not rely on colour cues: a study in monkeys and humans. Vision Research 40 (16) 2187-2200
  • Fize, D., K. Boulanouar, Y. Chatel, J. P. Ranjeva, M. Fabre-Thorpe and S. Thorpe (2000) Brain areas involved in rapid categorization of natural images: an event-related fMRI study. Neuroimage 11 (6 Pt 1) 634-643
  • Aubertin, A., M. Fabre-Thorpe, N. Fabre and G. Geraud (1999) [Fast visual categorization and speed of processing in migraine]. C R Acad Sci III 322 (8) 695-704
  • Delorme, A., G. Richard and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1999) Rapid processing of complex natural scenes: A role for the magnocellular visual pathways?. Neurocomputing 26-27 663-670
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., G. Richard and S. J. Thorpe (1998) Rapid categorization of natural images by rhesus monkeys. Neuroreport 9 (2) 303-308
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., G. Richard and S. Thorpe (1998) On the speed of natural scene categorisation in human and non-human primates. Curr Psychol Cogn 17 (4-5) 791-805
  • Lorincz, E. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1997) Effect of pairing red nucleus and motor thalamic lesions on reaching toward moving targets in cats. Behav Neurosci 111 (5) 892-907
  • Lorincz, E. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1996) Shift of laterality and compared analysis of paw performances in cats during practice of a visuomotor task. J Comp Psychol 110 (3) 307-315
  • Montaron, M. F. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1996) Effect of lesioning the nucleus accumbens on attentive preparation and performance of a reaching movement in the cat. Behav Brain Res 79 (1-2) 31-40
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., F. Levesque and P. Buser (1994) Preservation of pointing accuracy toward moving targets after extensive visual cortical ablations in cats. Cortex 30 (4) 585-601
  • Lorincz, E. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1994) Effect of practice on paw preference in a reaching task in cats. C R Acad Sci III 317 (12) 1081-1088
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., J. Fagot, E. Lorincz, F. Levesque and J. Vauclair (1993) Laterality in cats: paw preference and performance in a visuomotor activity. Cortex 29 (1) 15-24
  • Gaffan, D., E. A. Murray and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1993) Interaction of the amygdala with the frontal lobe in reward memory. European Journal of Neuroscience 5 (7) 968-975
  • Carayan, R., E. Mocaer and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1991) Effects of tianeptine on the performance of a reaching movement in the cat. Psychopharmacology (Berl) 104 (3) 328-336
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M. and F. Levesque (1991) Visuomotor relearning after brain damage crucially depends on the integrity of the ventrolateral thalamic nucleus. Behav Neurosci 105 (1) 176-192
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., J. Fagot and J. Vauclair (1991) [Lateralization in cats in a pointing task of the anterior limb towards a moving target]. C R Acad Sci III 313 (9) 427-433
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., F. Levesque and E. Gary-Bobo (1990) Long-term effects of dark rearing on a visually guided reaching movement in cats. Neuroscience Letters 118 (2) 201-204
  • Levesque, F. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1990) Visual \'cortical-recipient\' and \'tectal-recipient\' pontine zones play distinct roles in cat visuomotor performance. Behav Brain Res 39 (2) 157-166
  • Levesque, F. and M. Fabre-Thorpe (1990) Motor deficit induced by red nucleus lesion: re-appraisal using kainic acid destructions. Exp Brain Res 81 (1) 191-198
  • Carayan, R., M. Fabre-Thorpe, F. Levesque and P. Buser (1987) [Modification of the strategy of intentional movement after lesions of the substantia nigra in the cat]. C R Acad Sci III 305 (9) 387-393
  • Bouyer, J. J., M. F. Montaron, M. Fabre-Thorpe and A. Rougeul (1986) Compulsive attentive behavior after lesion of the ventral striatum in the cat: a behavioral and electrophysiological study. Exp Neurol 92 (3) 698-712
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., A. Vievard and P. Buser (1986) Role of the extra-geniculate pathway in visual guidance. II. Effects of lesioning the pulvinar-lateral posterior thalamic complex in the cat. Exp Brain Res 62 (3) 596-606
  • Levesque, F., M. Fabre-Thorpe, M. Wiesendanger and P. Buser (1986) Brachium pontis lesions in cats partly reproduce the cerebellar dysfunction of voluntary reaching movements. Behav Brain Res 21 (3) 167-181
  • Vievard, A., M. Fabre-Thorpe and P. Buser (1986) Role of the extra-geniculate pathway in visual guidance. I. Effects of lesioning the superior colliculus in the cat. Exp Brain Res 62 (3) 587-595
  • Fabre-Thorpe, M., A. Vievard, C. Andre, J. Fuzellier and P. Buser (1984) Visually guided movements in the cat: a test using a randomly moving target. Behav Brain Res 11 (1) 11-19