Jérome Fleuriet

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Several recent studies have shown that extracting pattern motion direction is a dynamical process where edge motion is first extracted and pattern-related information is encoded with a small time lag by MT neurons. A similar dynamics was found for human reflexive or voluntary tracking. Here, we bring an essential, but still missing, piece of information by(More)
Animals can make saccadic eye movements to intercept a moving object at the right place and time. Such interceptive saccades indicate that, despite variable sensorimotor delays, the brain is able to estimate the current spatiotemporal (hic et nunc) coordinates of a target at saccade end. The present work further tests the robustness of this estimate in the(More)
When generating a saccade toward a moving target, the target displacement that occurs during the period spanning from its detection to the saccade end must be taken into account to accurately foveate the target and to initiate its pursuit. Previous studies have shown that these saccades are characterized by a lower peak velocity and a prolonged deceleration(More)
24 When generating a saccade toward a moving target, the target displacement that 25 occurs during the period spanning from its detection to the saccade end must be taken 26 into account in order to accurately foveate the target and to initiate its pursuit. 27 Previous studies have shown that these saccades are characterized by a lower peak 28 velocity and(More)
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