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Ghost touching. How the imaginary body of cognition makes invisible contact with people and things
International audience Title: Ghost touching. How the imaginary body of cognition makes invisible contact with people and things. Abstract: Language provides humans with an imaginary physiology of thought and social interaction which is reflected in a number of fixed form expressions. Scenes of perc...
AUDITORY PERCEPTION : TEMPORAL PROCESSSING AND AUDITORY-MOTOR INTERACTION
Les interactions audiomotrices modulent notre perception du temps et éventuellement notre sensation d'être l'agent de nos actions. Ces aspects ci sont mis en avant dans la présente thèse sous forme de trois sous-parties. Premièrement, on a fait une révision sur les récentes découvertes en ce qui con...
Executive abilities for the planning of sequential motor actions performed under time and space constraints : a visuo-spatial tapping task
In a constant changing environment, executive abilities allow us to organize sensory information of multiple sources and to adapt to diverse stuations while at the same time inhibiting inappropriate behaviors. research on the executive functions (EFS) have historical roots on neuropsychology, with t...
Highlighting the closed-shadowing perceptivo-motor link in post-lingual patients based
National audience Si les études sur la perception post-implantation sont légion, celles sur la production de parole sont plus rares, et plus rares encore celles sur les liens entre perception et production, dont on considère de plus en plus qu'ils structurent toute la communication. C'est l'enjeu de...
Musical Training for Auditory Rehabilitation in Hearing Loss
International audience Despite the overall success of cochlear implantation, language outcomes remain suboptimal and subject to large inter-individual variability. Early auditory rehabilitation techniques have mostly focused on low-level sensory abilities. However, a new body of literature suggests...
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Olfactory enrichment during aging : improvement of Noradrenaline and model of cognitive reserve
Aging is an inevitable and complex biological phenomenon associated with a progressive decline of sensory, motor and cognitive functions with time, affecting life quality and health. Normal brain aging is accompanied by functional and structural changes, leading to cognitive decline. Among these cha...
Identification, description and relationships between sensory integration, care and behaviour
El estudio identifica, describe y relaciona las variables de integración sensorial, atención y conducta en una muestra no probabilística conformada por 66 estudiantes entre 7 a 10 años, 66 padres de familia y 12 docentes de una institución educativa oficial del municipio de Popayán, Cauca (Colombia)...
Sensori-motor Learning in Movement-Sound Interactive Systems: a Review
Technical Report - LEGOS Project - State of the Art ver 1.1 The literature on gesture-sound interactive system and sensori-motor learning is scattered in separate different research domains and communities, such as Sound and Music Computing, Neurosciences, Interactive Sound Design, Sonification, Reh...
On the cognitive nature of speech sound systems
International audience During the last 50 years, the question of the cognitive nature of phonological units has followed the rhythm of the persistent debate between auditory and motor theories of speech communication. Though recent advances in cognitive neuroscience and cognitive psychology have lar...
Converging toward a common speech code: imitative and perceptuo-motor recalibration processes in speech production
International audience Auditory and somatosensory systems play a key role in speech motor control. In the act of speaking, segmental speech movements are programmed to reach phonemic sensory goals, which in turn are used to estimate actual sensory feedback in order to further control production. The...
Peripersonal space (PPS) as a multisensory interface between the individual and the environment, defining the space of the self.
Our brain has developed a specific system to represent the space closely surrounding the body, termed peripersonal space (PPS). This space has a key functional role as it is where all physical interactions with objects in the environment occur. Here I describe how multisensory neurons in a specific...
On the tip of the tongue: modulation of the primary motor cortex during audiovisual speech perception
International audience Recent neurophysiological studies show that cortical brain regions involved in the planning and execution of speech gestures are also activated in processing speech sounds. These findings suggest that speech perception is in part mediated by reference to the motor actions affo...
The role of trait anxiety on static balance performance in control and anxiogenic situations
International audience Recent studies have highlighted interactions between state anxiety, sensory processing involved in motor performance, and personality traits such as trait anxiety. In the present study, we investigated the effects of moderate state anxiety on static balance performance with ey...
Speech in the mirror? Neurobiological correlates of self speech perception
International audience Self-awareness and self-recognition during action observation may partly result from a functional matching between action and perception systems. This perception-action interaction enhances the integration between sensory inputs and our own sensory-motor knowledge. We present...
Neuronal populations underlying locomotion in zebrafish
The neural networks that underlie locomotion are complex and require integration of sensory input and physiological state. However, how these networks function during active locomotion to incorporate sensory input from the environment and the internal state of the animal remains poorly understand. T...
Resting-state temporal synchronization networks emerge from connectivity topology and heterogeneity.
Spatial patterns of coherent activity across different brain areas have been identified during the resting-state fluctuations of the brain. However, recent studies indicate that resting-state activity is not stationary, but shows complex temporal dynamics. We were interested in the spatiotemporal dy...
Multimodal Interactions Viewed as Dual Process on Multi-Dimensional Memory Frames under Weak Synchronization
International audience Behavior of users interacting with multimodal interfaces looks complex because the degrees of freedom of sensory input and motor output is large. This paper suggests that this complexity can be alleviated by applying the Simon's ant metaphor to the multimodal interaction situa...
Readability of the gaze and expressions of a robot museum visitor : impact of the low level sensory-motor control
International audience In this paper we propose a neural network allowing a mobile robot to learn artwork appreciation. The learning is based on the social referencing approach. The robot acquires its knowledge (artificial taste) from the interaction with humans. We present and analyze specifically...
Brain plasticity dynamics during tactile Braille learning in sighted subjects: Multi-contrast MRI approach.
A growing body of empirical evidence supports the notion of diverse neurobiological processes underlying learning-induced plasticity changes in the human brain. There are still open questions about how brain plasticity depends on cognitive task complexity, how it supports interactions between brain...
Influence of action observation on random number production: An instance of embodied cognition for abstract concepts.
Recent studies have demonstrated that numerical magnitude and specific finger movements processing interfere with each other. On the basis of these interactions, the present study investigated whether action observation was able to influence a random number generation task. This task required partic...
Electrophysiological evidence for a self-processing advantage during audiovisual speech integration
International audience Previous electrophysiological studies have provided strong evidence for early multisensory integrative mechanisms during audiovisual speech perception. From these studies, one unanswered issue is whether hearing our own voice and seeing our own articulatory gestures facilitate...
The MSCI Platform : towards a Tool for the Creation of Force Feedback Virtual Instruments. Application to Musical Creation
The notion of instrumentality can be defined as the corporal relationship between a human and a physical object, called an instrument. This intimate situation simultaneously addresses the various human action and perception sensory canals, and constitutes a vector for enactive knowledge. In particul...
From hand to brain and back: Grip forces deliver insight into the functional plasticity of somatosensory processes
The human somatosensory cortex is intimately linked to other central brain functions such as vision, audition, mechanoreception, and motor planning and control. These links are established through brain learning, and display a considerable functional plasticity. This latter fulfills an important ada...
From self-evaluation to emotions : neuromimetic and bayesian approaches for the learning of complex behavior involving multimodal informations
The goal of this thesis is to build a bio-inspired architecture allowing a robot to autonomouslynavigate over large distances. In a cognitive science point of view, the model also aim at improv-ing the understanding of the underlying biological mechanisms. Previous works showed thata computational m...
From neuronal to human communication disorders: A novel approach to autism
International audience In this paper we draw the first lines of a novel gene-to-behaviour approach to Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). This approach is presented from behaviours and upstream to genes. We first present again our threefold -clinical, experimental and theoretical- approach to autism, t...