Publications of year 2024
  1. Chloé Gomez. Projet DeepStim. Modeling states of consciousness and their modulation by deep brain stimulation: from experimental data to computational models. PhD thesis, Paris Saclay University, 2024.

  2. Yvan Nedelec. How to best assess duration perception in the lab and the wild? An exploratory journey into measuring time perception in train travels, and challenging the automaticity of duration deviance with neuroimaging. PhD thesis, Paris VI, 2024.

  3. Alexis Thual. Comparing cortical surfaces with functional magnetic resonance imaging and optimal transport: An application to decoding perceived visual semantics across individuals and species. PhD thesis, Paris Saclay University, 2024.

Articles in journals
  1. Marie E. Bellet, Marion Gay, Joachim Bellet, Bechir Jarraya, Stanislas Dehaene, Timo van Kerkoerle, and Theofanis I. Panagiotaropoulos. Spontaneously emerging internal models of visual sequences combine abstract and event-specific information in the prefrontal cortex. Cell Reports, Volume 43 Issue 3 (March 2024), 2024.

  2. Lucas Benjamin, Mathias Sable-Meyer, Ana Flo, Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz, and Fosca Al Roumi. Long-horizon associative learning explains human sensitivity to statistical and network structures in auditory sequences. bioRxiv, pp 2024--01, 2024. [WWW]

  3. Sébastien Czajko, Alexandre Vignaud, and Evelyn Eger. Human brain representations of internally generated outcomes of approximate calculation revealed by ultra-high-field brain imaging. Nature Communications, 15(1):572, 2024.

  4. Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz. Perceptual Awareness in Human Infants: What is the Evidence?. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, pp 1--11, 2024. [WWW] [PDF]

  5. Cedric Foucault and Florent Meyniel. Two determinants of dynamic adaptive learning for magnitudes and probabilities. Open Mind, 8:615--638, 2024. [WWW]

  6. Marianna Lamprou-Kokolaki, Yvan Nédélec, Simon Lhuillier, and Virginie van Wassenhove. Distinctive features of experiential time: Duration, speed and event density. Consciousness and Cognition, 118:103635, 2024. [WWW] [Abstract]

  7. Boris New, Jessica Bourgin, Julien Barra, and Christophe Pallier. UniPseudo: A universal pseudoword generator. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 77(2):278--286, 2024. [WWW] [PDF]

  8. Gaetano Valenza, Mariano Alcañiz, Vladimir Carli, Gabriela Dudnik, Claudio Gentili, Jaime Guixeres Provinciale, Simone Rossi, Nicola Toschi, and Virginie van Wassenhove. The EXPERIENCE Project: Automatic virtualization of extended personal reality through biomedical signal processing and explainable artificial intelligence [Applications Corner]. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 41(1):60--66, 2024. [WWW]

  9. Cassandra Potier Watkins, Stanislas Dehaene, and Naama Friedmann. Characterizing different types of developmental dyslexias in French: The Malabi screener. Cognitive neuropsychology, pp 1--32, 2024. [WWW]



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