Jean-Louis Vercher, Ph.D.

CNRS (& Aix-Marseille University), Marseille, France 
Sensorimotor control; Eye-hand coordination;
"Jean-Louis Vercher"
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Verbe A, Varennes LP, Vercher JL, et al. (2020) How do hoverflies use their righting reflex? The Journal of Experimental Biology
Renault AG, Lefumat H, Miall RC, et al. (2018) Individual movement features during prism adaptation correlate with after-effects and interlimb transfer. Psychological Research
Jacobé de Naurois C, Bourdin C, Bougard C, et al. (2018) Adapting artificial neural networks to a specific driver enhances detection and prediction of drowsiness. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 121: 118-128
Goulard R, Verbe A, Vercher JL, et al. (2018) Role of the light source position in freely falling hoverflies' stabilization performances. Biology Letters. 14
Robert T, Vallée P, Tisserand R, et al. (2018) Stepping boundary of external force-controlled perturbations of varying durations: Comparison of experimental data and model simulations. Journal of Biomechanics
Goulard R, Vercher JL, Viollet S. (2018) Modeling visual-based pitch, lift and speed control strategies in hoverflies. Plos Computational Biology. 14: e1005894
Jacobé de Naurois C, Bourdin C, Stratulat A, et al. (2017) Detection and prediction of driver drowsiness using artificial neural network models. Accident; Analysis and Prevention
Macaluso T, Bourdin C, Buloup F, et al. (2017) Sensorimotor Reorganizations of Arm Kinematics and Postural Strategy for Functional Whole-Body Reaching Movements in Microgravity. Frontiers in Physiology. 8: 821
Goulard R, Vercher JL, Viollet S. (2016) To crash or not to crash: how do hoverflies cope with free-fall situations and weightlessness? The Journal of Experimental Biology. 219: 2497-503
Macaluso T, Bourdin C, Buloup F, et al. (2016) Kinematic features of whole-body reaching movements underwater: Neutral buoyancy effects. Neuroscience
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