MONTAGNINI Anna

Nom : MONTAGNINI
Prénom : Anna
Téléphone : 04 91 32 40 43
Fonction : Chercheur
Grade : CR2
Bureau : 2.07

Publications



  • Landelle C., Montagnini A., Madelain L., et Danion F. (2016). Eye tracking a self-moved target with complex hand-target dynamics. Journal of Neurophysiology, 116: 1859-1870.


  • Ledberg A., Montagnini A., Coppola R., et Bressler S.L. (2012). Reduced Variability of Ongoing and Evoked Cortical Activity Leads to Improved Behavioral Performance. PLoS ONE, 7.


  • Meso A.I., Montagnini A., Bell J., et Masson G.S. (2016). Looking for symmetry: fixational eye movements are biased by image mirror symmetry. Journal of Neurophysiology, 116: 1250-1260.


  • Montagnini A. et Chelazzi L. (2009). Dynamic interaction between “Go” and “Stop” signals in the saccadic eye movement system: New evidence against the functional independence of the underlying neural mechanisms. Vision Research, 49: 1316-1328.

  • Montagnini A., Perrinet L.U., et Masson G.S. (2015). Visual Motion Processing and Human Tracking Behavior. Biologically Inspired Computer Vision, 267-294.


  • Servant M., Montagnini A., et Burle B. (2014). Conflict tasks and the diffusion framework: Insight in model constraints based on psychological laws. Cognitive Psychology, 72: 162-195.


  • Servant M., White C., Montagnini A., et Burle B. (2016). Linking Theoretical Decision-making Mechanisms in the Simon Task with Electrophysiological Data: A Model-based Neuroscience Study in Humans. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 28: 1501-1521.


  • Simoncini C., Perrinet L.U., Montagnini A., Mamassian P., et Masson G.S. (2012). More is not always better: adaptive gain control explains dissociation between perception and action. Nature Neuroscience, 15: 1596-1603.

  • Spering M. et Montagnini A. (2011). Do we track what we see? Common versus independent processing for motion perception and smooth pursuit eye movements: a review. Vision Research, 51: 836-852.


  • Spotorno S., Masson G.S., et Montagnini A. (2016). Fixational saccades during grating detection and discrimination. Vision Research, 118: 105-118.
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