Publications of year 2022
  1. Michèle Mazeau, Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz, Hervé Glasel, and Caroline Huron. Les Troubles dys avant 7 ans: Les clés pour dépister et assurer le suivi en médecine de ville. Elsevier Health Sciences, 2022.

  1. Tiffany Bounmy. Neural coding of uncertainty during statistical learning in humans: a study using ultra-high field functional magnetic resonance imaging. PhD thesis, Paris Descartes, 2022.

  2. Lorenzo Ciccione. Les bases cognitives et neurales de la perception et de la compréhension des graphes. PhD thesis, PSL, 2022.

  3. Théo Desbordes. A search for the neural bases of compositionality. PhD thesis, Sorbonne, 2022.

  4. Shrutiben Naik. Growing a noisy brain: Development of Structured Variability in Neural Responses and Its Implications. PhD thesis, UPMC, 2022.

  5. Mathias Sablé-Meyer. Human cognition of geometric shapes, a window into the mental representation of abstract concepts. PhD thesis, PSL, 2022.

  6. Christos Zacharopoulos. On the dissociation of structural and linear operations in sentence processing. PhD thesis, Sorbonne Université, 2022.

Articles in journals
  1. J. Bellet, M. Gay, A. Dwarakanath, B. Jarraya, T. van Kerkoerle, S. Dehaene, and T. Panagiotaropoulos. Decoding rapidly presented visual stimuli from prefrontal ensembles without report nor post-perceptual processing. Neuroscience of consciousness, 2022(1), 2022. [WWW]

  2. Elisa Castaldi, Marco Turi, Guido Marco Cicchini, Sahawanatou Gassama, and Evelyn Eger. Reduced 2D form coherence and 3D structure from motion sensitivity in developmental dyscalculia. Neuropsychologia, 166:108140, 2022. [WWW]

  3. Maximilien Chaumon, Pier-Alexandre Rioux, Sophie K Herbst, Ignacio Spiousas, Sebastian L Kübel, Elisa M Gallego Hiroyasu, \cSerife Leman Runyun, Luigi Micillo, Vassilis Thanopoulos, Esteban Mendoza-Duran, and others. The Blursday database as a resource to study subjective temporalities during COVID-19. Nature Human Behaviour, pp 1--13, 2022. [WWW]

  4. Lorenzo Ciccione, Mathias Sablé-Meyer, and Stanislas Dehaene. Analyzing the misperception of exponential growth in graphs. Cognition, 225, 2022. [WWW]

  5. Stanislas Dehaene, Fosca Al Roumi, Yair Lakretz, Samuel Planton, and Mathias Sablé-Meyer. Symbols and mental programs: a hypothesis about human singularity. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2022. [PDF]

  6. Dror Dotan and Stanislas Dehaene. Tracking priors and their replacement: Mental dynamics of decision making in the number-line task. Cognition, 224:105069, 2022. [WWW]

  7. Xiaoxia Feng, Karla Monzalvo, Stanislas Dehaene, and Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz. Evolution of reading and face circuits during the first three years of reading acquisition. Neuroimage, 259:119394, 2022. [WWW]

  8. Ana Fló, Lucas Benjamin, Marie Palu, and Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz. Sleeping neonates track transitional probabilities in speech but only retain the first syllable of words. Scientific Reports, 12(1):1--13, 2022. [WWW]

  9. Ana Fló, Giulia Gennari, Lucas Benjamin, and Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz. Automated Pipeline for Infants Continuous EEG (APICE): A flexible pipeline for developmental cognitive studies. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 54:101077, 2022. [WWW]

  10. Sophie K Herbst, Jonas Obleser, and Virginie van Wassenhove. Implicit versus explicit timing--separate or shared mechanisms?. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 34(8):1447--1466, 2022.

  11. Sophie K Herbst, Gabor Stefanics, and Jonas Obleser. Endogenous modulation of delta phase by expectation--A replication of Stefanics et al., 2010. Cortex, 2022.

  12. Vishal Kapoor, Abhilash Dwarakanath, Shervin Safavi, Joachim Werner, Michel Besserve, Theofanis I Panagiotaropoulos, and Nikos K Logothetis. Decoding internally generated transitions of conscious contents in the prefrontal cortex without subjective reports. Nature Communications, 13(1):1--16, 2022. [WWW]

  13. Ulysse Klatzmann, Sean Froudist-Walsh, Daniel P Bliss, Panagiota Theodoni, Jorge Mejìas, Meiqi Niu, Lucija Rapan, Nicola Palomero-Gallagher, Claire Sergent, Stanislas Dehaene, and others. A connectome-based model of conscious access in monkey cortex. BioRxiv, pp 2022--02, 2022. [WWW]

  14. Tadeusz W\ladys\law Kononowicz, Virginie van Wassenhove, and Valérie Doyère. Rodents monitor their error in self-generated duration on a single trial basis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119(9), 2022. [WWW]

  15. Maxime Maheu, Florent Meyniel, and Stanislas Dehaene. Rational arbitration between statistics and rules in human sequence processing. Nat Hum Behav, 2022. [WWW] [PDF]

  16. Jacques Pesnot Lerousseau, Cesare V Parise, Marc O Ernst, and Virginie van Wassenhove. Multisensory correlation computations in the human brain identified by a time-resolved encoding model. Nature communications, 13(1):1--12, 2022. [WWW]

  17. Samuel Planton, Fosca Al Roumi, Liping Wang, and Stanislas Dehaene. Compression of binary sound sequences in human working memory. bioRxiv, 2022. [WWW]

  18. Mathias Sablé-Meyer, Kevin Ellis, Josh Tenenbaum, and Stanislas Dehaene. A language of thought for the mental representation of geometric shapes. Cognitive Psychology, 139:101527, 2022. [WWW]

  19. Jordy Tasserie, Lynn Uhrig, Jacobo D Sitt, Dragana Manasova, Morgan Dupont, Stanislas Dehaene, and Béchir Jarraya. Deep brain stimulation of the thalamus restores signatures of consciousness in a nonhuman primate model. Science advances, 8(11):eabl5547, 2022. [WWW]

  20. Jordy Tasserie, Lynn Uhrig, Jacobo Sitt, Dragana Manasova, Morgan Dupont, Stanislas Dehaene, and Bechir Jarraya. Restaurer la conscience grâce à la stimulation cérébrale profonde. Société des Neurosciences, 63(1), 2022. [WWW]

  21. Alexis Thual, Quang Huy TRAN, Tatiana Zemskova, Nicolas Courty, Rémi Flamary, Stanislas Dehaene, and Bertrand Thirion. Aligning individual brains with fused unbalanced Gromov Wasserstein. Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems, 35:21792--21804, 2022. [WWW]

  22. Oscar Woolnough, Cristian Donos, Aidan Curtis, Patrick S Rollo, Zachary J Roccaforte, Stanislas Dehaene, Simon Fischer-Baum, and Nitin Tandon. A Spatiotemporal map of reading aloud. Journal of Neuroscience, 2022. [WWW]

  23. Yang Xie, Peiyao Hu, Junru Li, Jingwen Chen, Weibin Song, Xiao-Jing Wang, Tianming Yang, Stanislas Dehaene, Shiming Tang, Bin Min, and others. Geometry of sequence working memory in macaque prefrontal cortex. Science, 375(6581):632--639, 2022. [WWW]

  24. Christos-Nikolaos Zacharopoulos, Stanislas Dehaene, and Yair Lakretz. Disentangling Hierarchical and Sequential Computations during Sentence Processing. bioRxiv, pp 2022--07, 2022. [WWW]

  25. He Zhang, Yanfen Zhen, Shijing Yu, Tenghai Long, Bingqian Zhang, Xinjian Jiang, Junru Li, Wen Fang, Mariano Sigman, Stanislas Dehaene, and others. Working memory for spatial sequences: Developmental and evolutionary factors in encoding ordinal and relational structures. Journal of Neuroscience, 42(5):850--864, 2022. [WWW]

Conference proceedings
  1. Yair Lakretz, Théo Desbordes, Dieuwke Hupkes, and Stanislas Dehaene. Can Transformers Process Recursive Nested Constructions, Like Humans?. In Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, pages 3226--3232, 2022. [WWW]

  1. Siobhan Roberts. Is Geometry a Language That Only Humans Know?. The New York Times, March 2022. [PDF] [Abstract]



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