Bruno Dagnino

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Cognitive functions rely on the coordinated activity of neurons in many brain regions, but the interactions between cortical areas are not yet well understood. Here we investigated whether low-frequency (α) and high-frequency (γ) oscillations characterize different directions of information flow in monkey visual cortex. We recorded from all layers of the(More)
We investigated the organization of eye-movement classes in a natural and dynamical setup. To mimic the goals and objectives of the natural world in a controlled environment, we studied eye-movements while participants played Breakout, an old Atari game which remains surprisingly entertaining, often addictive, in spite of its graphic and structural(More)
Previous transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) studies suggested that feedback from higher to lower areas of the visual cortex is important for the access of visual information to awareness. However, the influence of cortico-cortical feedback on awareness and the nature of the feedback effects are not yet completely understood. In the present study, we(More)
Abbreviated title: Microstimulation in V1/V4 for phosphene induction. Acknowledgments: 18 We thank Kor Brandsma and Anneke Ditewig for biotechnical assistance. Abstract 27 Previous transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) studies suggested that feedback from 28 higher to lower areas of the visual cortex is important for the access of visual information to 29(More)
Evolutionary psychologists have been interested in male preferences for particular female traits that are thought to signal health and reproductive potential. While the majority of studies have focused on what makes specific body traits attractive-such as the waist-to-hip ratio, the body mass index, and breasts shape and size-there is little empirical(More)
The authors report that in the introduction, in Page 1263 of the manuscript the following paragraph has to be corrected: In setups in which objects move in an unpredictable way, the smooth pursuit system collaborates with the saccadic system in order to improve tracking (Orban de Xivry & Lefevre, 2007). The appearance of a moving stimulus in the environment(More)
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