Jean Lorenceau
Jean Lorenceau
Integrative Neuroscience & Cognition Center CNRS
Verified email at upmc.fr
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The “silent” surround of V1 receptive fields: theory and experiments
P Series, J Lorenceau, Y Frégnac
Journal of physiology-Paris 97 (4-6), 453-474, 2003
2452003
The influence of terminators on motion integration across space
J Lorenceau, M Shiffrar
Vision research 32 (2), 263-273, 1992
2411992
Different motion sensitive units are involved in recovering the direction of moving lines
J Lorenceau, M Shiffrar, N Wells, E Castet
Vision research 33 (9), 1207-1217, 1993
1721993
Pupil dynamics during bistable motion perception
JM Hupé, C Lamirel, J Lorenceau
Journal of vision 9 (7), 10-10, 2009
1272009
Perceived speed of moving lines depends on orientation, length, speed and luminance
E Castet, J Lorenceau, M Shiffrar, C Bonnet
Vision Research 33 (14), 1921-1936, 1993
1081993
Form constraints in motion binding
J Lorenceau, D Alais
Nature neuroscience 4 (7), 745-751, 2001
1042001
Crossmodal integration for perception and action
C Lalanne, J Lorenceau
Journal of Physiology-Paris 98 (1-3), 265-279, 2004
812004
Revolution of Alzheimer precision neurology. Passageway of systems biology and neurophysiology
H Hampel, N Toschi, C Babiloni, F Baldacci, KL Black, ALW Bokde, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 64 (s1), S47-S105, 2018
772018
Automatic access to object identity: attention to global information, not to particular physical dimensions, is important.
M Boucart, GW Humphreys, J Lorenceau
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 21 (3), 584, 1995
761995
Orientation dependent modulation of apparent speed: a model based on the dynamics of feed-forward and horizontal connectivity in V1 cortex
P Seriès, S Georges, J Lorenceau, Y Frégnac
Vision research 42 (25), 2781-2797, 2002
722002
Visual motion integration for perception and pursuit
LS Stone, BR Beutter, J Lorenceau
Perception 29 (7), 771-787, 2000
712000
Orientation dependent modulation of apparent speed: psychophysical evidence
S Georges, P Seriès, Y Frégnac, J Lorenceau
Vision research 42 (25), 2757-2772, 2002
652002
Increased motion linking across edges with decreased luminance contrast, edge width and duration
M Shiffrar, J Lorenceau
Vision Research 36 (14), 2061-2067, 1996
641996
Plasma amyloid β 40/42 ratio predicts cerebral amyloidosis in cognitively normal individuals at risk for Alzheimer's disease
A Vergallo, L Mégret, S Lista, E Cavedo, H Zetterberg, K Blennow, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 15 (6), 764-775, 2019
632019
Motion integration across differing image features
M Shiffrar, X Li, J Lorenceau
Vision research 35 (15), 2137-2146, 1995
621995
The visual cortical association field: a Gestalt concept or a psychophysiological entity?
F Chavane, C Monier, V Bringuier, P Baudot, L Borg-Graham, ...
Journal of Physiology-Paris 94 (5-6), 333-342, 2000
472000
Apparent brightness enhancement in the Kanizsa square with and without illusory contour formation
B Dresp, J Lorenceau, C Bonnet
Perception 19 (4), 483-489, 1990
451990
Sex differences in functional and molecular neuroimaging biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal older adults with subjective memory complaints
E Cavedo, PA Chiesa, M Houot, MT Ferretti, MJ Grothe, SJ Teipel, S Lista, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 14 (9), 1204-1215, 2018
422018
Perceptual grouping in the Ternus display: evidence for anassociation field'in apparent motion
D Alais, J Lorenceau
Vision Research 42 (8), 1005-1016, 2002
402002
Impaired saccadic eye movement in primary open-angle glaucoma
C Lamirel, D Milea, I Cochereau, MH Duong, J Lorenceau
Journal of glaucoma 23 (1), 23-32, 2014
392014
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