VIDAL Manuel

Nom : VIDAL
Prénom : Manuel
Téléphone : 0491324070
Fonction : Chercheur
Grade : CRCN
Bureau : 2.11

Publications


  • Barnett-Cowan M., Meilinger T., Vidal M., Teufel H., et Bülthoff H.H. (2012). MPI CyberMotion Simulator: implementation of a novel motion simulator to investigate multisensory path integration in three dimensions. Journal of visualized experiments: JoVE.


  • Capelli A., Berthoz A., et Vidal M. (2010). Estimating the time-to-passage of visual self-motion: Is the second order motion information processed? Vision Research, 50: 914-923.


  • De Saedeleer C., Vidal M., Lipshits M., Bengoetxea A., Cebolla A.M., Berthoz A., Cheron G., et McIntyre J. (2013). Weightlessness alters up/down asymmetries in the perception of self-motion. Experimental Brain Research, 226: 95-106.

  • Gaunet F., Vidal M., Kemeny A., et Berthoz A. (2001). Active, passive and snapshot exploration in a virtual environment: influence on scene memory, reorientation and path memory. Cognitive Brain Research, 11: 409-420.


  • Lafon M., Vidal M., et Berthoz A. (2009). Selective influence of prior allocentric knowledge on the kinesthetic learning of a path. Experimental Brain Research, 194: 541-552.

  • Mossio M., Vidal M., et Berthoz A. (2008). Traveled distances: new insights into the role of optic flow. Vision research, 48: 289-303.

  • Thibault G., Pasqualotto A., Vidal M., Droulez J., et Berthoz A. (2013). How does horizontal and vertical navigation influence spatial memory of multifloored environments? Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 75: 10-15.

  • Vidal M., Amorim M.-A., et Berthoz A. (2004). Navigating in a virtual three-dimensional maze: how do egocentric and allocentric reference frames interact? Brain research. Cognitive brain research, 19: 244-258.
  • Vidal M., Amorim M.-A., McIntyre J., et Berthoz A. (2006). The perception of visually presented yaw and pitch turns: assessing the contribution of motion, static, and cognitive cues. Perception & psychophysics, 68: 1338-1350.


  • Vidal M. et Barrès V. (2014). Hearing (rivaling) lips and seeing voices: how audiovisual interactions modulate perceptual stabilization in binocular rivalry. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8.


  • Vidal M. (2017). Hearing flashes and seeing beeps: Timing audiovisual events. PLOS ONE, 12: e0172028.


  • Vidal M. et Bülthoff H.H. (2009). Storing upright turns: how visual and vestibular cues interact during the encoding and recalling process. Experimental Brain Research, 200: 37-49.

  • Vidal M., Lehmann A., et Bülthoff H.H. (2009). A multisensory approach to spatial updating: the case of mental rotations. Experimental brain research, 197: 59-68.
  • Vidal M., Lipshits M., McIntyre J., et Berthoz A. (2003). Gravity and spatial orientation in virtual 3D-mazes. Journal of vestibular research: equilibrium & orientation, 13: 273-286.

  • Vidal M. et Mossio M. (2011). Can a 50 cents reward really choke working memory maintenance process? Consciousness and cognition, 20: 363-365; discussion 366-367.
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