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Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2018). One can choose one’s own saccadic reaction times. In Association for Behavior Analysis International. San Diego, USA. (Original work published 2018)
Vullings, C. (2018). Saccadic latencies depend on functional relations with the environment. (Advisor: L. Madelain)Psychology. University of Lille. (Original work published 2018)
Lowe, M., Teng, S., Mohsenzadeh, Y., Charest, I., Pantazis, D., & Oliva, A.. (2018). Temporal dynamics underlying sound discrimination in the human brain. In Conference on Cognitive Computational Neuroscience.
Likova, L. T., & Tyler, C. W.. (2018). When light hurts: Comparative morphometry of human brainstem in traumatic photalgia. Nature Scientific Reports, 8(1):6256. 10.1038/s41598-018-24386-z
Likova, L. T. (2017). Addressing long-standing controversies in conceptual knowledge representation in the temporal pole: A cross-modal paradigm. Electronic Imaging: Human Vision And Electronic Imaging, Pp. 268-272(5).
Coughlan, J., & Miele, J.. (2017). AR4VI: AR as an Accessibility Tool for People with Visual Impairments. In AR for Good, part of ISMAR 2017. Nantes, France: IEEE. (Original work published 2017)
Kim, Y. J., Tsai, J. J., Ojemann, J., & Verghese, P.. (2017). Attention to Multiple Objects Facilitates Their Integration in Prefrontal and Parietal Cortex. Journal Of Neuroscience, 37(19). (Original work published 2017)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Contextual control of saccadic reaction times using a latency-contingent paradigm. In European Conference on Visual Perception. Berlin, Germany. (Original work published 2017)
Vullings, C., & Madelain, L.. (2017). Control of saccadic latencies in a concurrent interval reinforcement schedule. In Association for Behavior Analysis International. Paris, France. (Original work published 2017)