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Paul Dassonville

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University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
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http://www.neuro.uoregon.edu/ionmain/htdocs/faculty/dassonville.html
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Bridgeman B, Dassonville P, Lester BD. (2018) The Roelofs and induced Roelofs effects. Consciousness and Cognition
Dassonville P, Reed SA. (2015) The Two-Wrongs model explains perception-action dissociations for illusions driven by distortions of the egocentric reference frame. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9: 140
Dassonville P, Lester BD, Reed SA. (2014) An allocentric exception confirms an egocentric rule: a comment on Taghizadeh and Gail (2014). Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 942
Lester BD, Dassonville P. (2014) The role of the right superior parietal lobule in processing visual context for the establishment of the egocentric reference frame. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 2201-9
Reed SA, Dassonville P. (2014) Adaptation to leftward-shifting prisms enhances local processing in healthy individuals. Neuropsychologia. 56: 418-27
Lester BD, Dassonville P. (2013) Shifts of visuospatial attention do not cause the spatial distortions of the Roelofs effect. Journal of Vision. 13
Walter E, Dassonville P. (2011) Activation in a frontoparietal cortical network underlies individual differences in the performance of an embedded figures task. Plos One. 6: e20742
Lester BD, Dassonville P. (2011) Attentional control settings modulate susceptibility to the induced Roelofs effect. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 73: 1398-406
Dassonville P. (2010) Dissociations of perception and action do not automatically imply independent visual processing streams. Cognitive Neuroscience. 1: 62-3
Walter E, Dassonville P, Bochsler TM. (2009) A specific autistic trait that modulates visuospatial illusion susceptibility. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. 39: 339-49
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