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Friday, September 21 2007, 14h Paul Reeve. Soutenance de thèse : Le caractère spatiotemporel de la perception visuelle : une étude avec des brefs stimuli autour des saccades  More information...

 

Monday, September 24 2007, 11h-12h30 Scania de Schonen. Séminaire : What happened to the concept of functionnal modularity ? Constraints on developmental trajectories, plasticity and environment. The example of face processing development.  More information...

 

Monday, October 15 2007, 11h-12h30 David Melcher. Séminaire : Trans-saccadic perception  More information...

 

Friday, October 19 2007, 11h-12h30 Jeroen van Boxtel, Helmholtz Institute, Utrecht University. The maintenance of binocular rivalry depends on temporally coarse form processing  More information...

 

Monday, October 22 2007, 11h-12h30 Irving Biederman. The Neural Basis of Shape Recognition More information...

 

Wednesday, October 31 2007, 09h30-11h Martin Rolfs. In-between fixation and movement: Toward a model of microsaccade generation  More information...

 

Wednesday, October 31 2007, 11h-12h30 Albert Galaburda. More information...

 

Monday, November 12 2007, 11h-12h30 Laura Bosch. More information...

 

Monday, December 03 2007, 11h-12h30 Raymond van Ee. Voluntary attentional control in perception More information...

 

Monday, December 10 2007, 11h-12h30 Guillaume Thierry. Scanning the infant brain - tracking first words  More information...

 

Thursday, December 13 2007, 11h-12h30 Muriel Boucart. La catégorisation rapide d'objets peut elle être accomplie sans reconnaissance consciente ? Étude chez des patients agnosiques More information...

 

Monday, April 07 2008, 11h-12h30 Walter Gerbino. Interpolation and Approximation in Visual Completion  More information...

 

Monday, April 14 2008, 11h-12h30 Frédéric Gosselin. Mechanisms of letter identification and reading  More information...

 

Monday, May 26 2008, 11h-12h30 Jean Ponce, Département dInformatique, Ecole Normale Supérieure. Willow  More information...

 

Monday, June 02 2008, 11h-12h30 Rene Baillargeon, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, USA. Physical Reasoning in Infancy More information...

 

Monday, June 16 2008, 11h-12h30 Peter Hagoort F.C. Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. On Broca, brain, and binding More information...

 

Monday, June 23 2008, 11h-12h30 Pia Rm Département de psychologie, Université de Nice, FR. Dissociable neural system for processing of location, object, and verbal information More information...

 

Monday, June 30 2008, 11h-12h30 Joe McIntyre, Laboratoire de Neurobiologie des Rseaux Sensorimoteurs, CNRS UMR7060, Paris. More information...

 

Tuesday, July 08 2008, 11h-12h30 Daphne Maurer Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada. Missed Sights : Consequences for Perceptual Development  More information...

 

Monday, September 15 2008, 11h-12h30 Manuela Friedrich, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. ERP components in infants – Neural correlates of word stress processing, cross-modal word priming, and online lexical-semantic learning  More information...

 

Monday, September 29 2008, 11h-12h30 Chiara Turati, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca. The origins of face processing  More information...

 

Tuesday, October 07 2008, 11h-12h30 Irving Biederman, University of Southern California, USA. The Neurocomputational Basis of Face Recognition  More information...

 

Monday, October 20 2008, 11h-12h30 Michael Kubovy, University of Virginia. The place of perceptual organization in a world of mechanistic theories"  More information...

 

Monday, October 27 2008, 11h-12h30 Ray Meddis, Department of Psychology, Essex University, UK. Hearing for Dummies  More information...

 

Monday, December 01 2008, 11h-12h30 Stuart Anstis, UC San Diego. Visual averaging of color and motion  More information...

 

Friday, December 12 2008, 13h-14h Yoshiaki Tsushima, Department of Psychology, Boston University, USA. The role of attention in perceptual learning  More information...

 

Monday, December 15 2008, 11h-12h30 Frans Verstraten, University of Utrecht. Is adaptation the psychophysisist's micro-electrode  More information...

 

Monday, January 12 2009, 11h-12h30 Alan Palmer, MRC Institute of Hearing Research, Nottingham. Modulation of activity in the auditory pathway by the auditory cortex.  More information...

 

Thursday, January 22 2009, 11h-12h30 Judit Gervain, Univ of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Rules and Perceptual Primitives: Early Mechanisms of Language Acquisition  More information...

 

Monday, January 26 2009 Le seminaire de Phil Joris est annulé!! More information...

 

Monday, February 09 2009, 11h-12h30 Joshua Solomon, Department of Optometry and Visual Science City University London. Orientation variance  More information...

 

Monday, February 23 2009, 11h-12h30 Luca Bonatti, Université de Nantes. Predicting the future without knowing the past: Infants' sensitivity to probabilities and statistical distributions  More information...

 

Monday, March 09 2009, 11h-12h30 Claudio Galletti, University of Bologna. Reaching activity in the medial posterior parietal cortex  More information...

 

Thursday, March 12 2009, 19h30 Journée Nationale de l'Audition. Entrée libre et gratuite  More information...

 

Monday, March 23 2009, 11h-12h30 Jean-Francois Demonet, INSERM U825, Toulouse. Brain substrates of language functions: advances and limitations of neuroimaging  More information...

 

Monday, March 30 2009, 11h-12h30 Le seminaire de Laurence T. Maloney est annulé. More information...

 

Thursday, April 02 2009, 10h-13h Journée portes ouvertes Equipe Vision. Découvrez les sciences de la vision.  More information...

 

Monday, April 06 2009, 11h-12h30 Nicolas Franceschini, CNRS, UMR Mouvement et Perception, Marseille. !! Speech reporté au 27 avril !! More information...

 

Monday, April 27 2009, 11h-12h30 Nicolas Franceschini, Institut des Sciences du Mouvement, CNRS & Uni Aix-Marseille. Controlling navigation via optic flow: insect autopilots  More information...

 

Monday, May 11 2009, 11h-12h30 Tobias Schicke, Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology, University of Hamburg, Germany. The body (schema) in space: multisensory interactions of different body parts  More information...

 

Monday, May 18 2009, 11h-12h30 Benoist Schaal, Centre Européen des Sciences du Goût, CNRS - Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France. Surdétermination de la cognition olfactive dans un contexte à forte contrainte sélective (!!! The talk will be held in ENGLISH !!!)  More information...

 

Monday, May 25 2009, 10h45-12h15 Malinda Carpenter, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany. The origins of joint action and cultural cognition  More information...

 

Friday, May 29 2009, 09h-16h30 meeting du GRAEC. Ce meeting sera présidé par le Pr Jean-Luc Puel (Institut des Neurosciences de Montpellier / Inserm-U583).  More information...

 

Monday, June 22 2009, 11h-12h30 James McQueen, Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. The necessary plasticity of the adult listener  More information...

 

Friday, June 26 2009, 09h30-18h Journée Développement. Journée organisées avec le LSCP et Ghislaine Dehaene.  More information...

 

Monday, June 29 2009, 11h-12h30 Matteo Carandini, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, University College London, Great Britain. Dynamics of population responses in visual cortex  More information...

 

Monday, July 06 2009, 11h-12h30 Philip Joris, Department of Neurosciences, University of Leuven, Belgium. Monaural and binaural temporal processing towards spatial hearing.  More information...

 

Tuesday, July 14 2009, 11h-12h30 Andrei Gorea, Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception, CNRS/ Université Paris Descartes. On the relationship between motor and perceptual behaviour – a SDT framework More information...

 

Monday, September 14 2009, 11h-12h30 Andrei Gorea, Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception, CNRS/ Université Paris Descartes. On the relationship between motor and perceptual behaviour – a SDT framework  More information...

 

Monday, September 14 2009, 15h Eli Nelken. Coding of surprise in auditory cortex More information...

 

Thursday, September 17 2009, 17h Dr Glennerster Andrew. View-based approaches to spatial representation in human vision  More information...

 

Monday, September 28 2009, 11h-12h30 Richard Ridderinkhof, Dept of Psychology, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Action and Desire: Modulations of Adaptive Decision-Making  More information...

 

Monday, October 05 2009, 11h-12h30 Michael Herzog, Laboratory of Psychophysics, Brain Mind Institute, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland. Retinotopic and non-retinotopic integration: When features go around the corner  More information...

 

Thursday, October 08 2009, 14h-16h Katherine Demuth, Brown University, USA. Acoustic cues to voicing and place contrasts More information...

 

Monday, October 12 2009, 11h-12h30 Boris New, Université Paris Descartes. Differential processing of consonants and vowels in reading and speech perception. More information...

 

Wednesday, October 14 2009 LPP annual meeting. 9h30 Accueil SalleR 229  More information...

 

Friday, October 16 2009, 11h-12h30 Isabelle Mareschal. Crowding and the tilt illusion More information...

 

Monday, October 19 2009, 11h-12h30 Laurie M. Wilcox, Associate Professor Department of Psychology York University, Canada. Depth percepts from 'monocular' stimuli More information...

 

Monday, November 02 2009, 11h-12h30 Marisa Carrasco, New York University, USA. How Spatial Attention Affects Visual Performance and Alters Appearance  More information...

 

Monday, November 30 2009, 11h-12h30 James H. Elder, Department of Computer Science and Engineering & Department of Psychology, York University, Canada. Segmenting Salient Shapes  More information...

 

Monday, December 07 2009, 11h-12h30 Robert Oostenveld, Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Studying brain-wide network properties: recent advances with MEG  More information...

 

Monday, December 14 2009, 11h-12h30 David J. Lewkowicz, Department of Psychology Florida Atlantic University, USA. Multisensory Perceptual Narrowing in Early Development  More information...

 

Friday, December 18 2009, 09h-19h C. Lorenzi & M. Ardoint; UMR CNRS-Paris Descartes-ENS Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception. Auditory temporal processing in normal and impaired ears  More information...

 

Monday, January 11 2010, 11h-12h30 Christophe Pallier, Unité de Neuroimagerie Cognitive INSERM-CEA, France. Studies on speech and language processing: psycholinguistics and neuroimaging approaches  More information...

 

Monday, January 25 2010, 11h-12h30 Debbie Mills, School of Psychology, Bangor University, GB. The effects of experience on early brain and language development  More information...

 

Monday, February 01 2010, 11h-12h30 séminaire annulé !!!! Elizabeth S. Spelke, Department of Psychology, Harvard University, USA. More information...

 

Friday, February 05 2010, 15h30-17h Linda S. Siegel, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Early Identification and Intervention to Prevent Reading Failure  More information...

 

Monday, February 15 2010, 11h-12h30 Marko Nardini, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, UK. Learning to combine sense and experience for optimal perceptual judgments  More information...

 

Monday, March 01 2010, 11h-12h30 Johan Wagemans, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University Leuven, Belgium. On groups, patterns, shapes and objects: Towards a more integrative approach to understand the interrelationships between different perceptual processes  More information...

 

Thursday, March 11 2010, 19h30 Dans le creux de l’oreille …. Conférences – Concert (Journée Nationale de l'Audition 2010)  More information...

 

Monday, March 15 2010, 11h-12h30 Jean-Luc Schwartz, GIPSA-Lab, CNRS & Univ. Stendhal, Grenoble, France. The Perception for Action Control Theory (PACT), a perceptuo-motor theory of speech perception  More information...

 

Monday, March 22 2010, 11h-12h30 Cédrick Bonnet, Laboratoire de Neurosciences Fonctionnelles et Pathologies, CHU, Lille. Diabetes and its complications for postural stability: Review and hypotheses  More information...

 

Monday, March 29 2010, 11h-12h30 Francesco Pavani, Dep. of Cognitive Sciences and Education, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy. Enhanced reactivity to visual events in profoundly deaf individuals  More information...

 

Monday, April 12 2010, 11h-12h30 Gerard Bailly, GIPSA-lab, UMR 5216 CNRS/Universite de Grenoble. Interaction verbale, attention mutuelle et convergence phonétique  More information...

 

Monday, May 17 2010, 11h-12h30 Alex Pitti, ISI laboratory. University of Tokyo, Japan. Sensorimotor Intelligence from Developmental Synchrony to Developmental Asynchrony, a Dynamical Systems Approach  More information...

 

Monday, May 31 2010, 11h-12h30 Jennifer Coull, Laboratoire de Neurobiologie de la Cognition, Université Aix-Marseille & CNRS, France. Functional neuroanatomy of perceptual timing and temporal expectations  More information...

 

Monday, June 07 2010 Janet Werker SEMINAIRE ANNULE. More information...

 

Friday, June 18 2010, 11h-12h30 Marina Nespor, General Linguistics, Department of Psychology, Milano, Italy. Different cognitive systems struggling for word order  More information...

 

Monday, June 21 2010, 11h-12h30 Joshua Wallman, Department of Biology, City College of CUNY, New York, USA. How nimble is saccade adaptation?  More information...

 

Friday, June 25 2010, 11h-12h30 Nick Yeung, Dept of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK. Monitoring our actions and their outcomes  More information...

 

Monday, June 28 2010, 11h-12h30 David Alais School of Psychology, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia. High frequency flicker captures attention – and so does low frequency flicker!  More information...

 

Friday, July 02 2010, 11h-12h30 Friedemann Pulvermuller, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge, UK. Active Perception: Sensorimotor Circuits As A Cortical Basis For Language  More information...

 

Friday, July 02 2010, 14h Gergely Csibra. What do human infants expect when adults communicate to them More information...

 

Thursday, September 23 2010, 17h PJC talk: Daniel Oberfeld (Mainz University), Molecular psychophysics: a hands-on introduction. Molecular psychophysics: a hands-on introduction  More information...

 

Friday, September 24 2010, 11h-12h30 Delphine Dahan, University of Pennsylvania, USA. The dynamics of spoken-word recognition in context  More information...

 

Wednesday, October 27 2010, 09h-18h LPP meeting. Journée interne du LPP More information...

 

Friday, October 29 2010, 11h-12h30 Florian Ostendorf, Charité Medical School Berlin, Germany. Role of extraretinal monitoring signals in the perceptual integration of space across eye movements  More information...

 

Friday, November 19 2010, 11h-12h30 Ludovic Dickel, Université de Caen, France. Behavioural and neural evidence for separate visual memory systems in embryos and juveniles of cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis).  More information...

 

Tuesday, November 23 2010, 16h45 Cathi Best, MARCS BabyLab of the University of Western Sydney. I see what you said! Infant sensitivity to articulator congruency between audio and video with native and nonnative consonant contrasts  More information...

 

Thursday, December 02 2010, 14h-15h30 INC talk: Philippe Schyns, Department of Psychology, University of Glasgow, UK. Mechanisms of visual categorization inferred from brain activity  More information...

 

Friday, December 03 2010, 14h-16h The official inauguration of the Institute of Neurosciences and Cognition (INC) Paris Descartes.  More information...

 

Friday, December 10 2010, 11h-12h30 Parashkev C. Nachev, Institute of Neurology, UCL, UK. Action, Inaction, & Executive Control  More information...

 

Tuesday, December 14 2010, 15h30 Heather van der Lely, Visiting Professor, NPI, DEC Ecole Normale Supérieur. Professor at the Department of Psychology, Harvard University. Specific language impairment (SLI) 20 years on: What have we learned?  More information...

 

Tuesday, December 14 2010, 17h Anthony DeCasper, University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Lateralization of Auditory Perception and Learning in Human Newborns: How it Happens and So What  More information...

 

Friday, December 17 2010, 09h30-18h AVA Christmas Meeting. 1st French-British Conference on Visual Perception.  More information...

 

Saturday, December 18 2010, 09h30-13h15 AVA Christmas Meeting. 1st French-British Conference on Visual Perception.  More information...

 

Friday, January 14 2011, 11h-12h30 John S. Werner, UC Davis, United States. Structure-Function Relations Revealed by High-Resolution in vivo Retinal Imaging  More information...

 

Monday, January 17 2011, 15h J.Kevin O'Regan Laboratoire Psychologie de la perception. CNRS - Paris Descartes. A "sensorimotor" view of seeing and sensation. More information...

 

Friday, January 21 2011, 11h-12h30 Daniel Swingley, University of Pennsylvania, USA. Perceptual category learning at two interacting levels: speech interpretation in early language development  More information...

 

Friday, January 28 2011, 11h-12h30 Salvador Soto Faraco, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain. Hearing lips in L2: Multisensory contributions to speech perception in bilinguals  More information...

 

Friday, February 04 2011, 11h-12h30 Karl Gegenfurtner, University of Giessen, Germany. Target selection for saccadic eye movements  More information...

 

Friday, February 11 2011, 11h-12h30 William Warren, Dept. of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences, Brown University. Behavioral Dynamics of Visually-Guided Locomotion  More information...

 

Sunday, February 13 2011, 11h Christopher Summerfield, Oxford University. Invité par A. Gorea More information...

 

Monday, February 14 2011 Stefan Treue and 3 of his lab members. CAVLab Fests  More information...

 

Friday, March 04 2011, 11h-12h30 Roberto Casati, Institut Jean Nicod, Ecole Normale Supérieure, France. The place of color in a world of moving (and still) shadows  More information...

 

Thursday, March 10 2011, 19h30 Journe Nationale de l'Audition 2011. Entrée libre et gratuite  More information...

 

Friday, March 11 2011, 11h-12h30 Anya Hurlbert, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, GB. Natural object colours  More information...

 

Friday, March 18 2011, 11h-12h30 Jonah Katz, Institut Jean Nicod, ENS, Paris. English duration patterns mirror perceptual asymmetries  More information...

 

Thursday, March 24 2011, 14h30-15h30 Cynthia F. Moss, U. Maryland. Auditory scene analysis by echolocation in bats and blind humans More information...

 

Friday, March 25 2011, 11h-12h30 Mark Johnson, Birkbeck College, UK. The typical and atypical development of the human “social brain”  More information...

 

Friday, April 01 2011, 11h-12h30 Alessandro Farnè, INSERM - U864 Space and Action, Lyon, France. Peripersonal Space: a multisensory interface for voluntary actions toward objects  More information...

 

Friday, May 13 2011, 11h Sid Kouider (LSCP) CANCELLED. From subliminal perception to conscious access: cognitive and neuronal determinants  More information...

 

Friday, May 27 2011, 11h-12h30 Reiko Mazuka (RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Tokyo & Dept. Psychology and Neuroscience, Duke University). IInvestigating Language Acquisition through the Prosodic Development of Japanese: Nature of Infant-Directed Speech in Japanese  More information...

 

Friday, June 17 2011, 11h30-13h Neuroscience Seminar Series: John Duncan, UCL London, UK. A core brain system in intelligent behaviour  More information...

 

Friday, June 17 2011, 15h INC Seminar: Tony Prescott, Active Touch Laboratory and Adaptive Behavior Research Group, Department of Psychology University of Sheffield, U.K. Investigating brain architecture through active touch sensing in animals and robots  More information...

 

Friday, June 24 2011, 11h Arash Sahraie (University of Aberdeen). CANCELLED  More information...

 

Monday, July 04 2011, 11h INC-LPP Seminar. Paul Verschure, Synthetic Perceptive Emotive and Cognitive Systems Group (SPECS) , Department of Technology, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain and Catalan Institute of Advanced Studies (ICREA), Barcelona, Spain. Intentional vision  More information...

 

Monday, September 05 2011, 11h-12h30 Laurence White: School of Psychology, University of Plymouth. The condition of the rhythm classes in England  More information...

 

Monday, September 26 2011, 11h-12h30 Pascal Belin: Voice Neurocognition Laboratory, University of Glasgow. Hearing voices: social neuroscience of human voice perception  More information...

 

Monday, September 26 2011, 15h Tamar Flash : Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Weizmann Institute, Israel. Motion planning, perception and compositionality: Time arising from a mixture of geometries.  More information...

 

Friday, September 30 2011, 11h-12h30 Séminaire INC Pierre Gressens Inserm U676, Paris; Université Paris 7; PremUP, Paris ; Centre for the Developing Brain, ICL, Londres. Perinatal inflammation: impact on the developing brain and long-term outcome  More information...

 

Monday, October 03 2011, 11h-12h30 Aaron Seitz, University of California - Riverside. The Phenomenon of Task-Irrelevant Perceptual Learning  More information...

 

Friday, October 14 2011, 11h30-12h30 Séminaire INC Sylvie Tordjman M.D., Ph.D., Professor in Child Psychiatry, Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception, CNRS UMR 8158 and Paris Descartes. Are individuals with autism or schizophrenia insensitive to pain ? A reconsideration of the question  More information...

 

Monday, November 14 2011, 11h Anna Franklin, School of Psychology, University of Sussex, UK. Colour Categories in Language and Thought  More information...

 

Monday, November 28 2011, 11h-12h30 Sid Kouider, LSCP. From subliminal perception to conscious access: : cognitive and  More information...

 

Friday, December 02 2011, 11h30 Séminaire Neurosciences Patrik VUILLEMIER (University of Geneva). Invité par Patrick Cavanagh "Face perception: from vision to social neuroscience"  More information...

 

Monday, December 12 2011, 11h Catherine Tallon-Baudry, CRICM UMR7225 /UMR-S 975, CogImage group. The links between attention and visual awareness  More information...

 

Friday, December 16 2011, 11h30 Séminaire INC Professeur José SAHEL. From neuroprotection to restoration of the photoreceptor function: a  More information...

 

Monday, January 09 2012, 11h Daniel Casasanto, Psychology Department, The New School for Social Research (NYC), and Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition, & Behaviour, Nijmegen, NL. Different Bodies, Different Minds: The body-specificity of language and thought  More information...

 

Monday, January 23 2012, 11h-12h30 Istvan Winkler: Department of Experimental Psychology, Institute for Psychology Hungarian Academy of Sciences. Hearing through our AERS – auditory scene analysis and deviance detection  More information...

 

Monday, February 06 2012, 11h-12h30 Jonathan Grainger: Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive, CNRS & Aix-Marseille University. On letter identities and letter positions  More information...

 

Friday, February 10 2012, 11h30-12h30 Séminaire INC Professeur Takao Hensh. "Shaping neural circuits by early experience" More information...

 

Saturday, February 11 2012, 11h-12h30 Jean-Louis Vercher, Institut des Sciences du Mouvement, Marseille. Invité par l'équipe Vision (Pascal)  More information...

 

Monday, February 13 2012, 11h Christopher Summerfield, Oxford University. Bayesian judgement of sameness and difference in human observers.  More information...

 

Tuesday, February 21 2012, 11h-12h30 Jonathan Cole: Bournemouth University. Exceptionally on TUESDAY the 21st!!!  More information...

 

Monday, March 05 2012, 11h Etienne Klein, CEA. ANNULE  More information...

 

Tuesday, March 06 2012, 19h30 Journée Nationale de l'Audition 2012. Entre libre et gratuite  More information...

 

Monday, March 12 2012, 11h Laurent Madelain, Université Charles de Gaulle Lille III. Saccade and reinforcement: some experimental data.  More information...

 

Tuesday, April 03 2012, 13h55 Robert Shannon: Division of Communications and Auditory Neuroscience, House Ear Institute. High levels of speech recognition with electric stimulation of the brainstem in  More information...

 

Monday, April 23 2012, 11h-12h30 Steven Dakin: UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. Humans do not possess a visual sense of approximate number  More information...

 

Monday, May 14 2012, 11h-12h30 Dorothy Bishop: Dept of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford.  More information...

 

Monday, May 21 2012, 11h Olaf Blanke, Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience, Mind Brain Institute, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne. Multisensory mechanisms of bodily self-consciousness  More information...

 

Monday, June 04 2012 Pr. Arash Sahraie, University of Aberdeen. Awareness of visual targets within the field defect of hemianopic patients.  More information...

 

Monday, June 11 2012, 11h Pierre Baraduc, Centre de Neurosciences Cognitives, Lyon. Impact of neural variability on human motor behavior  More information...

 

Friday, June 15 2012, 16h-17h30 Simon Grondin: l’École de psychologie de l’Université Laval. Studying Time Perception: Weber law and a few other critical issues  More information...

 

Monday, June 25 2012, 11h-12h30 Charles Spence, University of Oxford. Attention, integration, and the multisensory perception of synchrony  More information...

 

Monday, July 09 2012, 14h-15h30 Scott Johnson, UCLA. Constraints on Visual Statistical Learning in Infancy  More information...

 

Monday, September 24 2012, 11h-12h30 Daphne Bavelier: University of Geneva. Action video games as exemplary learning tools  More information...

 

Tuesday, September 25 2012, 16h-17h30 Catherine Best: MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney. The acquisition of phonological constancy: Early development of ability to recognize words spoken in an unfamiliar accent  More information...

 

Thursday, September 27 2012 Amsterdam-Paris Perception-Action Fest: 27-28 September 2012. Thursday, 27 Sept.  More information...

 

Tuesday, October 02 2012 Lateralization, praxis and communicative gestures: A comparative and developmental approach.  More information...

 

Monday, October 08 2012, 11h-12h30 Kimmo Alho: Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies & Institute for Behavioural Sciences, University of Helsinki. Human brain activity during selective and divided auditory and visual attention  More information...

 

Monday, October 15 2012, 11h-12h30 Andrew Bremner, Goldsmiths, University of London. Multisensory perception of the body in early life  More information...

 

Monday, October 22 2012, 11h-12h30 Paolo Bartolomeo, INSERM - UPMC UMRS 975, Brain and Spine Institute, Groupe Hospitalier Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris, France; AP-HP, Groupe Hospitalier Pitié-Salpêtrière, Fédération de Neurologie, Paris, France; Department of Psychology, Catholic University,. The attentive brain and its failures  More information...

 

Monday, November 05 2012, 11h-12h30 Boris Burle, Université de Provence. Medio-frontal cortex and response monitoring: From response detection to general purpose evaluation of actions  More information...

 

Monday, November 19 2012, 11h-12h30 Ryota Kanai, University of Sussex. Metacognitive approach to phenomenal and access consciousness  More information...

 

Monday, December 03 2012, 11h-12h30 Laure Pisella: INSERM Unit 864 « Espace et Action ». Visual attention and visual remapping in patients with damage to posterior parietal cortex  More information...

 

Friday, December 14 2012, 11h G Dehaene-Lambertz, INSERM U992, Neurospin/CEA, Saclay, France. Nature and Nurture in language acquisition: Anatomical and functional brain-imaging studies in infants  More information...

 

Monday, December 17 2012, 11h David Barner, University of California San Diego. Linguistic computation & the illusion of conceptual change in number word learning  More information...

 

Monday, January 14 2013, 11h-12h30 Albert Costa: Center of Brain and Cognition, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. On the consequences of bilingualism on language processing...and beyond  More information...

 

Monday, January 28 2013, 11h-12h30 Ilona KOVACS Institute of Psychology, Peter Pazmany Catholic University and LPP, Université Paris Descartes. Ready to experience: Binocular function is turned on earlier in preterm infants  More information...

 

Friday, February 01 2013, 11h30 Mel Slater, University of Barcelona and University College London. INC Seminar (Marianne). Behavioural Correlates of Body Ownership in Immersive Virtual Reality  More information...

 

Friday, February 08 2013, 11h30 Hans Scherberger, German Primate Center, INC Seminar (invited by Marc Maier).  More information...

 

Monday, February 25 2013, 11h Giorgio Vallortigara, CIMEC, University of Trento. The Evolution of Brain Asymmetry  More information...

 

Monday, March 04 2013, 11h-12h30 Emmanuel Dupoux, Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Ecole Normale Supérieure. Quantitative modeling of early phonological development.  More information...

 

Monday, March 11 2013, 11h-12h30 Mutsumi Imai, Keio University. Sound symbolism: Neural representation and relation to language development  More information...

 

Monday, March 18 2013, 11h-12h30 Jean-Louis Vercher, Institut des Sciences du Mouvement, Marseille. FLEXIBILITE ET PLASTICITE DES COMPORTEMENTS MOTEURS  More information...

 

Friday, March 22 2013, 11h30 Michale Fee, MIT. Understanding how the brain learns and generates complex sequential behaviors, with a focus on the songbird as a model system  More information...

 

Monday, March 25 2013, 11h-12h30 ANNULE Angela Sirigu, Centre de Neuroscience Cognitive, Lyon. Invitée par l'équipe Perception-Action  More information...

 

Friday, April 05 2013, 11h30 Luciano Fadiga, University of Ferrara, Section of Human Physiology. Sensorimotor Processing of Language  More information...

 

Monday, April 08 2013, 11h Anna Montagnini, Institut des Neurosciences de la Timone, CNRS & Université d'Aix-Marseille. Tracking objects, illusions and guesses with the eyes : human eye movements as a dynamical probe of visual processing and predictive mechanisms  More information...

 

Monday, April 08 2013, 14h-15h30 Derek Houston, Indiana University, School of Medicine, Department of Otolaryngology. Effects of age at cochlear implantation on speech perception and word-learning skills: Evidence for multiple sensitive periods of language development  More information...

 

Friday, April 12 2013, 11h30 Bob Wurtz, Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research, National Eye Institute, NIH. Contribution of a corollary discharge circuit to the perception of visual space  More information...

 

Friday, April 19 2013, 11h30 Antonino Vallesi, University of Padova, Italy. The neural basis of high-level cognitive processes: Focus on hemispheric asymmetries  More information...

 

Monday, May 13 2013, 11h-12h30 Bob Carlyon, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge. Perceptual organisation of speech: Effects of lexicality on auditory streaming  More information...

 

Monday, May 27 2013, 11h30-13h Daphne Maurer, Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University. Critical Periods Re-Examined: Tuning the Brain to See Detail, Motion, and Faces  More information...

 

Friday, June 07 2013, 11h30 Hongjun Song - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,Epigenetic and circuitry mechanisms regulating adult neural stem cells and neurogenesis. More information...

 

Monday, June 10 2013, 11h-12h30 Padraig Kitterick, NIHR Nottingham Hearing Biomedical Research Unit. Restoring spatial listening abilities in unilateral and bilateral deafness  More information...

 

Monday, June 17 2013, 11h-12h30 Guy Theraulaz, Centre de Recherches sur la Cognition Animale, CNRS & Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse). The intelligence of swarms  More information...

 

Friday, June 21 2013, 11h30-13h Catherine DULAC, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, Harvard University. Molecular and Neural Architecture of Instinctive Social Behavior in the Mouse  More information...

 

Monday, June 24 2013, 11h-12h30 Etienne Klein, CEA. ANNULE Invité par l'équipe Perception-Action  More information...

 

Monday, September 09 2013, 11h Talk: Olivia Carter: Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, Univ. of Melbourne, Australia. How do neurotransmitters help decide what we see?  More information...

 

Friday, September 13 2013, 11h30 INC seminar : Matt Nolan, University of Edinburgh, Synaptic and Circuit Mechanisms for Computation of Location. Synaptic and Circuit Mechanisms for Computation of Location  More information...

 

Friday, September 20 2013, 11h30 INC seminar : Hongjun Song - Johns Hopkins University. Circuit mechanisms regulating adult neural stem cells and neurogenesis.  More information...

 

Friday, September 27 2013, 11h30 INC seminar : Nikos Logothetis, Max Plank Institute, Tübingen. Studying Large-Scale Brain Networks: Electrical Stimulation & Neural-Event-Triggered fMRI  More information...

 

Friday, October 11 2013, 11h30 INC seminar : Lihong Wang, Washington University. More information...

 

Monday, October 14 2013, 11h LPP Seminar: Yasunori Yamada, Intelligent Systems and Informatics Lab (Tokyo University). Simulating human fetus development  More information...

 

Monday, October 21 2013, 11h LPP Seminar : Takeo Watanabe & Yuka Sasaki, Brown University. Yuka Sasaki: Enhanced Spontaneous Oscillations in the Supplementary Motor Area Are Associated with Sleep-Dependent Offline Learning of Finger-Tapping Motor-Sequence Task  More information...

 

Friday, October 25 2013 INC seminar : Guoping Feng, MIT. More information...

 

Monday, October 28 2013, 11h LPP Seminar: Stephen Engel, University of Minnesota. The adaptive brain: Learning to see in altered visual worlds  More information...

 

Monday, November 04 2013, 11h LPP Seminar: Carlo Marzi, University of Verona. Interhemispheric interactions and Blindsight  More information...

 

Monday, November 18 2013, 11h-12h30 LPP seminar: Mathias Pessiglione, Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle épinière (ICM). The neural code of subjective value  More information...

 

Friday, November 22 2013 INC seminar : Mattijs Verhage Vrije, University Amsterdam and VU Medical Center. More information...

 

Monday, November 25 2013, 11h-12h30 LPP Seminar: Li Xu, Ohio University, School of Rehabilitation and Communication Sciences. Cochlear Implants and Tonal Languages  More information...

 

Monday, December 02 2013, 11h LPP Seminar: Denis Pelisson, Centre de Recherches en Neurosciences de Lyon. Invité par l'équipe Vision (Thérèse)  More information...

 

Friday, December 06 2013 INC seminar : Thomas Bourgeron, Institut Pasteur. More information...

 

Monday, December 16 2013, 11h LPP Seminar: Martine Hausberger, Université Rennes 1. Invitée par l'équipe Perception-Action (Arlette)  More information...

 

Monday, January 06 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Alexandre Pouget, Université de Genève. Invité par l'équipe Vision (Patrick)  More information...

 

Thursday, January 09 2014 INT Marseille Fest, part I. organisé par Patrick More information...

 

Friday, January 10 2014 INT Marseille Fest, Part II. Organisé par Patrick More information...

 

Monday, January 13 2014, 11h-12h30 LPP seminar: Juan Manuel Toro, Center for Brain and Cognition, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Invité par l'équipe Parole More information...

 

Monday, January 27 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Michèle Carlier, Université d'Aix-Marseille, Institut Universitaire de France. Michèle Carlier  More information...

 

Monday, February 03 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Martine Hausberger, Université Rennes 1. When social influences build vocal communication and brain processing: the example of songbirds  More information...

 

Thursday, February 06 2014 CANCELLED - Birmingham Fest - part 1. Featuring the LPP and the labs of Kim Shapiro, Jane Raymond, and Ilja Sligte. More information...

 

Friday, February 07 2014 CANCELLED - Birmingham Fest - part 2. Featuring the LPP and the labs of Kim Shapiro, Jane Raymond, and Ilja Sligte. More information...

 

Monday, February 10 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Jan Brascamp, Utrecht University. Relations between perceptual interpretation and selective attention  More information...

 

Monday, February 17 2014, 11h-12h30 LPP Seminar: Alan Johnston, University College London. Motion: Low-level motion analysis and velocity integration  More information...

 

Monday, February 24 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Richard Krauzlis, Laboratory of Sensorimotor Research, National Institute of Health. Bottlenecks and belief states: what the mibrain tells us about attention  More information...

 

Tuesday, February 25 2014, 15h-18h Rolling, Real Time, Experimental Krauzlis Workshop - Opening session. Organisé par Patrick More information...

 

Thursday, February 27 2014 CANCELLED ICM Fest, Part I. Organisé par Patrick More information...

 

Thursday, February 27 2014, 15h-18h Rolling, Real Time, Experimental Krauzlis Workshop - Session 2. Organisé par Patrick More information...

 

Friday, February 28 2014 CANCELLED ICM Fest, Part II. Organisé par Patrick More information...

 

Friday, February 28 2014, 15h-18h Rolling, Real Time, Experimental Krauzlis Workshop - 3rd session. Organisé par Patrick More information...

 

Monday, March 03 2014, 11h Sergei Gepshtein, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA, USA. Economy of vision  More information...

 

Wednesday, March 05 2014, 15h-18h Rolling, Real Time, Experimental Krauzlis Workshop - Closing session. Organisé par Patrick More information...

 

Monday, March 17 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: József Fiser, Department of Cognitive Science, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary. The role of time in making perceptual decisions  More information...

 

Friday, March 21 2014, 11h30 INC seminar: Pascal Fries, Max Plank Institute, Frankfort. Brain-wide and cell-type specific synchronization at the service of attention  More information...

 

Monday, March 24 2014, 11h-12h30 LPP seminar: René Kager, Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, Utrecht University. Perceptual reorganization of tone: Recent findings from the Utrecht baby lab  More information...

 

Monday, April 07 2014, 11h-12h30 LPP seminar: Daniel Wolpert, University of Cambridge, Department of Engineering. Probabilistic models of sensorimotor control and decision making  More information...

 

Tuesday, April 29 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Dan Guitton, Montreal Neurological Institute. Spatio-temporal mechanisms of pre-saccadic receptive field remapping in monkey visual area V4.  More information...

 

Monday, May 05 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Fei Xu, University of California, Berkeley. Towards a rational constructivist approach to cognitive development  More information...

 

Friday, June 06 2014, 11h30 INC Seminar: Etienne Klein, Laboratoire des Recherches sur les Sciences de la Matière, CEA. What does the "arrow of time" stand for?  More information...

 

Monday, June 16 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Charles Chubb, UC Irvine. The centroid paradigm: A new method for analyzing feature-based attention  More information...

 

Monday, June 23 2014, 11h-12h30 LPP seminar: Elsa Spinelli, Laboratoire de Psychologie et Neurocognition, CNRS UMR 5105, Université Pierre Mendès-France. Fine-grained lexical access: sub-phonemic acoustic-phonetic details guide segmentation  More information...

 

Monday, June 30 2014 Birmingham Fest - part 1. Featuring the LPP and the labs of Kim Shapiro, Jane Raymond, and Ilja Sligte.  More information...

 

Tuesday, July 01 2014 Birmingham Fest - part 2. Featuring the LPP and the labs of Kim Shapiro, Jane Raymond, and Ilja Sligte. More information...

 

Monday, September 22 2014, 11h LPP/INC Seminar: John Reynolds, Systems Neurobiology Laboratory, Salk Institute. Attentional modulation of neuronal response gain and variability in alert monkey. New optogenetic techniques.  More information...

 

Monday, October 06 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Pascal Barone, Centre de Recherche Cerveau & Cognition, CNRS & Université Toulouse Paul Sabatier. Crossmodal compensation and brain plasticity after deafness and cochlear implantation.  More information...

 

Monday, October 06 2014, 16h LPP-Berkeley workshop: David Whitney, UC Berkeley. Opening Seminar: Balancing visual prediction and visual stability  More information...

 

Tuesday, October 07 2014, 16h-19h LPP-Berkeley workshop, Opening session. Presenting possible research topics  More information...

 

Thursday, October 09 2014, 15h-18h LPP-Berkeley workshop, 2nd session. Summarizing progresses  More information...

 

Monday, October 13 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Lisa Feigenson, Johns Hopkins University. Surprise-induced learning enhancement in infants and children  More information...

 

Monday, October 13 2014, 15h-18h LPP-Berkeley workshop, 3rd session. More progresses ...  More information...

 

Wednesday, October 15 2014, 10h-16h LPP-Berkeley workshop, closing session. Final presentation of results and plans for article and conference submissions  More information...

 

Tuesday, October 21 2014, 16h LPP Speech team / LSCP speech baby lab meeting. More information...

 

Monday, November 03 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Ildiko Kiraly, Cognitive Psychology Department, ELTE Budapest, CEU IAS. Deeply social learning in infancy  More information...

 

Monday, November 24 2014, 11h LPP seminar: Juan Toro, Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Are linguistic representations needed to organize the input? Testing  More information...

 

Monday, December 15 2014, 11h LPP Seminar: Andreas Kleinschmidt, Dept. of Clin. Neurosciences, University Hospital of Geneva, rue Gabrielle-Perret-Gentil 4, CH-1211 Genève 14, Switzerland. Alpha oscillations, alertness and attention  More information...

 

Monday, January 12 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Martine Hausberger, Université Rennes 1. When social influences build vocal communication and brain processing: the example of songbirds  More information...

 

Monday, January 26 2015, 11h Cancelled - LPP seminar: Caroline Floccia, Plymouth University. Invité par l'équipe Parole More information...

 

Monday, March 16 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Francoise Vitu-Thibault, Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive, CNRS, Université de Provence. Population averaging in the distorted map of the Superior Colliculus: A key mechanism that accounts for where humans move their eyes.  More information...

 

Monday, March 30 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: David Carmel, Department of Psychology, the University of Edinburgh. Mechanisms of conscious and unconscious perception  More information...

 

Monday, April 13 2015, 11h LPP seminar: Uli Frauenfelder, Laboratoire de Psycholinguistique Expérimentale, Université de Genève. Lexical segmentation in word learning and recognition  More information...

 

Monday, April 27 2015, 11h LPP seminar: Roland W Fleming, University of Giessen. Shape Understanding: On the Perception of Growth, Form and Process  More information...

 

Monday, May 04 2015, 11h LPP seminar: Rufin VanRullen, Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition, CNRS & Universite Paul Sabatier. Perceptual cycles  More information...

 

Monday, May 11 2015, 11h Cancelled - LPP seminar: William Matthews, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge. Invité par l'équipe Vision. More information...

 

Monday, May 18 2015, 11h CANCELLED LPP Seminar: Lucia Melloni, Max Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt. Invitée par l'équipe AVoC (Claire)  More information...

 

Friday, May 29 2015, 08h30-17h Formation continue - Colloque bilinguisme. DE QUOI L’ENFANT BILINGUE EST-IL CAPABLE ?  More information...

 

Saturday, May 30 2015, 09h-17h Formation continue - Table ronde bilinguisme. GRANDIR AVEC DEUX LANGUES  More information...

 

Thursday, June 04 2015, 16h-18h Labex – EFL. Dominance and nativelikeness in bilingualism  More information...

 

Thursday, June 11 2015, 16h-18h Labex – EFL. Fundamentals of assessment of dominance  More information...

 

Monday, June 15 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Vincent Reid, Lancaster University. Title: Perceiving the Social in Early Development: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach  More information...

 

Monday, June 22 2015, 11h LPP seminar: Sebastiaan Mathôt, Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive, Aix-Marseille Université. The Active Pupil: Pupil size in attention, working memory, and active vision  More information...

 

Thursday, June 25 2015 journée annuelle du GDR Neurosciences Cognitives du Développement. 9h15 - Accueil  More information...

 

Monday, June 29 2015, 11h LPP seminar: Anne Cutler, MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney, ARC Centre of Excellence in the Dynamics of Language. Phonological knowledge in speech perception  More information...

 

Monday, July 06 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Victor Lamme, Cognitive Neuroscience Group, Universiteit van Amsterdam. When is a neural representation a conscious one?  More information...

 

Monday, September 28 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Marieke Scholvinck, Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI) for Neuroscience in Cooperation with Max Planck Society. The Importance of Being Variable - causes and effects of the variability in brain activity  More information...

 

Monday, October 12 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Paul Iverson, UCL, Psychology and Language Sciences. Mapping phonetic perception by infants and adults using Cortical Auditory Evoked Potentials  More information...

 

Monday, November 16 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Sotaro Kita, Department of Psychology, University of Warwick. Children create design features of language: Evidence from Nicaraguan Sign Language, Home Sign, and pantomiming by children  More information...

 

Monday, November 23 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Sarah Creem-Regehr, University of Utah. Embodiment in spatial cognition: How and why visual body representations might influence the perception of spaces around us  More information...

 

Monday, November 30 2015, 11h LPP Seminar: Dominique Lamy, Tel Aviv University. Revisiting visual unconscious processing  More information...

 

Monday, December 14 2015, 11h ANNULE LPP Seminar: Michele Rucci, Boston University. Invité par l'équipe Vision (Mark)  More information...

 

Monday, January 18 2016, 11h LPP seminar: Paul Bays, University of Cambridge. Invited by Andrei Gorea. Title: Neural codes for working memory and perception  More information...

 

Monday, January 25 2016, 11h LPP seminar: Cesare Parise, University of Bielefeld. Title: Signal correlation and natural scene statistics in audiovisual perception  More information...

 

Monday, February 01 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Moustafa Bensafi, Centre de Recherches en Neurosciences de Lyon. Titre: Multidimensional representation of odors in the human olfactory cortex  More information...

 

Monday, February 15 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Caroline Junge, Social and Behavioural Sciences, Universiteit Utrecht. Individual variation in early word learning  More information...

 

Monday, February 22 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Andre Knops, Humboldt-Universität Berlin. Title: How our capacity to perceive numbers is neurally implemented and associated with mental arithmetic  More information...

 

Monday, March 07 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Sonja Kotz, Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience, Dept. of Neuropsychology & Psychopharmacology, Maastricht University & Dept. of Neuropsychology, MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences. Prediction in multimodal emotional speech  More information...

 

Monday, March 14 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Mark Stokes, Oxford centre for Human Brain Activity. Title: Distinct neural mechanisms of inhibitory control: evidence from behaviour, EEG and MEG  More information...

 

Monday, March 21 2016, 14h LPP Seminar: Pierre-Yves Oudeyer, FLOWERS Team, INRIA & ENSTA ParisTech. Title: How baby robots help us understand complex dynamics in development  More information...

 

Monday, April 04 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Martin Rolfs, Humboldt University Berlin. Attention in active vision  More information...

 

Monday, May 02 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Christoph Teufel, Cardiff University. Visual top-down processing and feature extraction in health and early psychotic illness  More information...

 

Monday, May 09 2016, 11h LPP seminar: Elizabeth Brannon, University of Pennsylvania. CANCELLED  More information...

 

Monday, May 09 2016, 11h30 INC & LPP seminar: Maria Geffen, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. Neuronal circuits for dynamic auditory processing and learning  More information...

 

Monday, May 23 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Agnes Lukács, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Department of Cognitive Science. Different forms of memory and learning in Specific Language Impairment  More information...

 

Monday, June 06 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Kia Nobre, Brain & Cognition Lab, University of Oxford. CANCELLED More information...

 

Monday, June 20 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Gustaf Gredebak, Uppsala Universitet. Embodied cognition and associative learning provide unique contributions to social cognitive development: a dual process account of action prediction  More information...

 

Monday, June 27 2016, 11h LPP seminar: Tobias Heed, University of Hamburg - ***CANCELLED***. From coordinate transformation to spatial integration in sensorimotor processing  More information...

 

Monday, July 04 2016, 11h LPP Seminar: Sam Schwarzkopf, Experimental Psychology & Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London. How does subjective perception arise in visual cortex?  More information...

 

Saturday, September 17 2016, 10h-12h30 Table-ronde avec Barbara Cassin pour la traduction de son livre Plus d’une langue. Le Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception (CNRS-Université Paris  More information...

 

Monday, September 26 2016, 11h LPP seminar: Kevin O'Regan, LPP. Ongoing work on the Sensorimotor Approach to Consciousness in ERC project "FEEL" at the LPP  More information...

 

Monday, October 03 2016, 11h LPP seminar: Takeo Watanabe. More information...

 

Thursday, October 06 2016, 16h LPP seminar: Takeo Watanabe and Yuka Sasaki, Brown University. Roles of attention and reward in perceptual learning  More information...

 

Wednesday, October 12 2016, 14h LPP seminar: Charles A. Nelson, Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Sensitive periods in human development: Evidence from the Bucharest Early Intervention Project More information...

 

Monday, October 17 2016, 11h LPP seminar: Richard Aslin, Brain & Cognitive Sciences, University of Rochester. "Learning and attention in infants: The importance of prediction in development"  More information...

 

Monday, December 19 2016, 14h LPP seminar: Laurianne Cabrera, University College London, Speech, Hearing & Phonetic Sciences. The interaction of speech and auditory processing during development More information...

 

Monday, January 09 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Arnold Munnich, Laboratoire de Génétique Moléculaire, Institut de Recherche Necker Enfants Malades. Invited by the Action team More information...

 

Monday, January 23 2017, 14h LPP seminar: Caroline Floccia, Plymouth University, School of Psychology (Faculty of Health & Human Sciences). Which factors predict vocabulary knowledge in 2-year-old bilingual toddlers? Effects of linguistic distance and contextual variables  More information...

 

Tuesday, January 24 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Hinze Hogendoorn, Department of Experimental Psychology, Utrecht University. Voluntary saccadic eye movements ride the attentional rhythm  More information...

 

Monday, January 30 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Olivier Pascalis, Laboratoire de Psychologie et Neurocognition, Grenoble. The role of experience on the development of face processing during the first year of life.  More information...

 

Monday, February 20 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Casimir Ludwig, School of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol. Gaze control in information foraging for perceptual decisions  More information...

 

Monday, February 27 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Nicolas Baumard, Department of Cognitive Science, Ecole Normale Supérieure. Invited by the Vision team More information...

 

Monday, March 06 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Daniel Baldauf, CIMeC - Centre for Mind and Brain Sciences, University of Trento. Invited by the Vision team More information...

 

Friday, March 10 2017 INC seminar: Anya Hurlbert, Institute of Neuroscience, University of Newcastle. More information...

 

Monday, March 13 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Nobuhiro Hagura, Center for Information and Neural Networks (CiNet), National Institute of Information and Communications Technology. Action modulating perceptual decisions  More information...

 

Monday, March 20 2017, 11h LPP seminar: René Marois, Vanderbilt University. The graded and discrete nature of conscious perception  More information...

 

Monday, March 27 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Anne Fernald, Dept Psychology and Program in Human Biology, Stanford University. Invited by the Speech team More information...

 

Monday, April 24 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Iris-Corinna Schwarz, Stockholm University. Invited by the Speech team More information...

 

Friday, May 12 2017 INC seminar: Jan Born, Institute for Medical Psychology and Behavioural Neurobiology, University Tübingen. More information...

 

Monday, May 15 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Elizabeth Brannon, University of Pennsylvania. Invited by the Action team More information...

 

Monday, May 22 2017, 11h LPP seminar: Ferran Pons, Department of Cognition, Development and Educational Psychology, University of Barcelona. Invited by the Speech team More information...