Alan Chauvin
Alan Chauvin
Université Grenoble Alpes
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Accurate statistical tests for smooth classification images
A Chauvin, KJ Worsley, PG Schyns, M Arguin, F Gosselin
Journal of vision 5 (9), 1-1, 2005
Hemispheric specialization for spatial frequency processing in the analysis of natural scenes
C Peyrin, A Chauvin, S Chokron, C Marendaz
Brain and cognition 53 (2), 278-282, 2003
Does face inversion change spatial frequency tuning?
V Willenbockel, D Fiset, A Chauvin, C Blais, M Arguin, JW Tanaka, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 36 (1), 122, 2010
Image phase or amplitude? Rapid scene categorization is an amplitude-based process
N Guyader, A Chauvin, C Peyrin, J Hérault, C Marendaz
Comptes Rendus Biologies 327 (4), 313-318, 2004
Spatial frequency processing in scene-selective cortical regions
L Kauffmann, S Ramanoël, N Guyader, A Chauvin, C Peyrin
NeuroImage 112, 86-95, 2015
Of guns and snakes: testing a modern threat superiority effect
B Subra, D Muller, L Fourgassie, A Chauvin, T Alexopoulos
Cognition and emotion 32 (1), 81-91, 2018
Mapping dynamical properties of cortical microcircuits using robotized TMS and EEG: Towards functional cytoarchitectonics
S Harquel, T Bacle, L Beynel, C Marendaz, A Chauvin, O David
Neuroimage 135, 115-124, 2016
Coarse-to-fine categorization of visual scenes in scene-selective cortex
B Musel, L Kauffmann, S Ramanoël, C Giavarini, N Guyader, A Chauvin, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 26 (10), 2287-2297, 2014
Observing or producing a motor action improves later perception of biological motion: Evidence for a gender effect
C Bidet-Ildei, A Chauvin, Y Coello
Acta Psychologica 134 (2), 215-224, 2010
Control of sensorimotor variability by consequences
L Madelain, L Champrenaut, A Chauvin
Journal of Neurophysiology 98 (4), 2255-2265, 2007
The importance of starting blurry: Simulating improved basic-level category learning in infants due to weak visual acuity
RM French, M Mermillod, A Chauvin, PC Quinn, D Mareschal
Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science …, 2019
The coarse-to-fine hypothesis revisited: Evidence from neuro-computational modeling
M Mermillod, N Guyader, A Chauvin
Brain and Cognition 57 (2), 151-157, 2005
Rapid scene categorization: Role of spatial frequency order, accumulation mode and luminance contrast
L Kauffmann, A Chauvin, N Guyader, C Peyrin
Vision Research 107, 49-57, 2015
Do low spatial frequencies explain the extremely fast saccades towards human faces?
N Guyader, A Chauvin, M Boucart, C Peyrin
Vision research 133, 100-111, 2017
What saccadic eye movements tell us about TMS-induced neuromodulation of the DLPFC and mood changes: a pilot study in bipolar disorders
L Beynel, A Chauvin, N Guyader, S Harquel, D Szekely, T Bougerol, ...
Frontiers in integrative neuroscience 8, 65, 2014
Probing regional cortical excitability via input–output properties using transcranial magnetic stimulation and electroencephalography coupling
E Raffin, S Harquel, B Passera, A Chauvin, T Bougerol, O David
Human Brain Mapping 41 (10), 2741-2761, 2020
Twice-daily neuronavigated intermittent theta burst stimulation for bipolar depression: a randomized sham-controlled pilot study
S Bulteau, L Beynel, C Marendaz, G Dall’Igna, M Peré, S Harquel, ...
Neurophysiologie Clinique 49 (5), 371-375, 2019
Effective connectivity in the neural network underlying coarse-to-fine categorization of visual scenes. A dynamic causal modeling study
L Kauffmann, A Chauvin, C Pichat, C Peyrin
Brain and Cognition 99, 46-56, 2015
Microsaccades are modulated by both attentional demands of a visual discrimination task and background noise
H Hicheur, S Zozor, A Campagne, A Chauvin
Journal of vision 13 (13), 18-18, 2013
Natural scene perception: visual attractors and images processing
A Chauvin, J Herault, C Marendaz, C Peyrin
Connectionist models of cognition and perception, 236-248, 2002
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