Michele Fabre-Thorpe

Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition, CNRS 
object recognition
"Michele Fabre-Thorpe"
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Poncet M, Fabre-Thorpe M, Chakravarthi R. (2020) A simple rule to describe interactions between visual categories. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Rémy F, Vayssière N, Saint-Aubert L, et al. (2019) Age effects on the neural processing of object-context associations in briefly flashed natural scenes. Neuropsychologia. 136: 107264
Delorme A, Poncet M, Fabre-Thorpe M. (2018) Briefly Flashed Scenes Can Be Stored in Long-Term Memory. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 12: 688
Besson G, Barragan-Jason G, Thorpe SJ, et al. (2016) From face processing to face recognition: Comparing three different processing levels. Cognition. 158: 33-43
Fabre-Thorpe M, Cauchoix M. (2015) Ultra-fast decoding of snakes from cortical ventral visual stream. Journal of Vision. 15: 619
Wu CT, Crouzet SM, Thorpe SJ, et al. (2015) At 120 msec you can spot the animal but you don't yet know it's a dog. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 141-9
Poncet M, Fabre-Thorpe M. (2014) Stimulus duration and diversity do not reverse the advantage for superordinate-level representations: the animal is seen before the bird. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 39: 1508-16
Rémy F, Vayssière N, Pins D, et al. (2014) Incongruent object/context relationships in visual scenes: where are they processed in the brain? Brain and Cognition. 84: 34-43
Poncet M, Chakravarthi R, Fabre-Thorpe M. (2014) The clash of visual categories Journal of Vision. 14: 192-192
Fabre-Thorpe M. (2014) Fast visual processing of “in-context” objects Scene Vision: Making Sense of What We See. 155-176
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