année 2002
2002-01 Guy Tiberghien, Jean-Yves Baudouin, Fabrice Guillaume, and Timothy Montoute
Institut des Sciences Cognitives, Université de Lyon
Should the Temporal Cortex be Chopped in Two?
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2002-2 Peter Ford Dominey
Language Learning For Human-Machine Interaction via Mapping of Grammatical Structure to Visual Scene Structure
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2002-3 Sabine Ploux
A morphogenetic model of the prosodic structure of languages: application to French
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autres articles ou documents 2002

Prehension Movements in the Macaque Monkey:Effects of Object Size and Location
ALICE C. ROY, YVES PAULIGNAN, MARTINE MEUNIER, AND DRISS BOUSSAOUD
Institut des Sciences Cognitives, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Unite´ Mixte de Recherche 5015, 69675 Bron
Cedex, France
J Neurophysiol
88: 1491–1499, 2002; 10.1152/jn.00779.2001.

COMPARISON OF EMOTIONAL RESPONSES IN MONKEYS WITH RHINAL CORTEX OR AMYGDALA LESIONS
Martine Meunier (Institut des Sciences Cognitives, CNRS, Bron, France) and
Jocelyne Bachevalier (University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX, USA)
Emotion 2002, Vol. 2, 147-161

Spatial Attention and Memory Versus Motor Preparation: Premotor Cortex Involvement as Revealed by fMRI
STEPHANE R. SIMON,1 MARTINE MEUNIER,2 LOYS PIETTRE,1 ANNA M. BERARDI,1
CHRISTOPH M. SEGEBARTH,1 AND DRISS BOUSSAOUD 2
1 Unité Mixte Université Joseph Fourier, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale 438, Laboratoire de
Recherche Correspondant Commissariat à L’Energie Atomique, 38043 Grenoble, France; and
2 Institut des SciencesCognitives, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique et Université Claude Bernard, Unité Mixte de Recherche 5015,
69675 Bron, France
J Neurophysiol
88: 2047–2057, 2002; 10.1152/jn.00965.2001.
 
 

année 2001
 
2001-01 Agnès Crépet, Hélène Paugam-Moisy, Emanuelle Reynaud  & Didier Puzenat
Institut des Sciences Cognitives
A Modular Neural Model for Binding Several Modalities
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2001-02 Pablo A. Esteveza a , Hélène Paugam-Moisy b , Didier Puzenat b and Manuel Ugarte a
a Departamento de Ingenieria Electrica, Universidad de Chile, Casilla 412-3, Santiago, Chile
b Institut des Sciences Cognitives
A Scalable Parallel Algorithm for Training a Hierarchical Mixture of Neural Experts
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2001-03 Compositionality in Linear Recursive Distributed Representations
Thomas Voegtlin and Peter F. Dominey
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2001-4 From Action to Interaction:
interview de Marc Jeannerod par Shaun Gallagher
à paraître dans Journal of Consciousness Studies (2002)

2001-5  Action recognition in normal and schizophrenic subjects
 M. Jeannerod, C. Farrer, N. Franck, P. Fourneret, A. Posada, E. Daprati, N. Georgieff.
To appear in: The self and schizophrenia, T. Kircher & A. David (Eds). Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

2001-6 Institut des Sciences Cognitives - Projet de programme MARS, 1993
Présenté par Marc Jeannerod

autres articles ou documents 2001
 
 

année 2000

2000-08 Karl Schlechta
Representation results for limit preferential structures

2000-07 Marc Jeannerod, Chloé Farrer, Nicolas Franck, Pierre Fourneret, Andres Posada, Elena Daprati, Nicolas Georgieff.
Action recognition in normal and schizophrenic subjects

2000-06 Vittorio Gallese Istituto di Fisiologia Umana. Università di Parma, Italy
Agency and motor representations: new perspectives on intersubjectivity
Workshop on Autism and the Theory of Mind (Lyon, 18 May 2000)

2000-05  Pierre Jacob
Les propriétés sémantiques sont-elles intrinsèquement normatives ?

2000-04 Marc Jeannerod et Nicolas Georgieff
Psychanalyse et science(s)

2000-03 Peter Ford Dominey (Sequential Cognition and Language Group (ICS))
Michael A. Arbib (University of Southern California - Brain Simulation Laboratory)
Dopaminergic Neuromodulation in Multiple Time-scales

2000-02 C. Paccalin, Marc Jeannerod
Changes in breathing during observation of effortful actions

2000-01  Marc Jeannerod
Consciousness of action and self-consciousness. A cognitive neuroscience approach.

autres documents en texte intégral 2000
ESF exploratory workshop in the field of the Humanities
Temporal Reasoning in Discourse : Linguistic variation and cognitive structure
23-25 february 2000
Lyon Institute for Cognitive Science

année 1999

99-1  Pierre Jacob, Marc Jeannerod Quand voir, c'est faire

99-2 William Clower, Peter Ford Dominey
Organization vs. Attention Effects in Serial Reactions Time Learning

99-3 Pollock JY., Munaro N., Poletto C.
Eppur si muove ! On Comparing French, Portuguese and Bellunese Wh-Movement

99-4 Karl Schlechta
Representation Results for Revision and Update

99-5  Karl Schlechta
New Techniques and Completeness
Results for Preferential Structures

99-6 Pierre Jacob
Plaidoyer pour le réalisme scientifique :
"L'histoire des sciences et la philosophie des sciences"
suivi de "Comment peut-on ne pas souscrire au réalisme
scientifique?"

99-7 Guy Tiberghien
La psychologie cognitive survivra-t-elle aux sciences cognitives ?

99-8  Marc Jeannerod and Victor Frak
Mental Imaging of motor activity in humans.

99-9 Peter F. Dominey
Neural Network Processing of Natural Language: II.
Syntactic Comprehension via Dissociable Processing Streams for Content and Function Words in the Normal and Agrammatic Adult

99-10 Taïssia Lelekov (1), Peter F. Dominey (1), Luis Garcia-Larrea (2)
1. Institut de Sciences Cognitives, CNRS UPR 9075, BRON, France
Human Neurophysiology Lab, CERMEP, UPR-EA 1880, Université Claude Bernard, Lyon I, Lyon, France
Human Brain Potentials Reveal Dissociable Processing of Surface vs. Abstract Sequential Structure

99-11 Pierre Jacob Ce que pense un individu peut-il expliquer ce qu'il fait ?

99-12 Guy Tiberghien "Le connexionnisme", entrée du
Grand Dictionnaire de la Psychologie. (H. Bloch & al. (Eds.) (1999), Paris: Larousse)

99-13 Pierre Jacob, Marc Jeannerod
Consciousness and the visuomotor transformation

autres documents en texte intégral 1999

Anne Reboul. (1999)
Réalités de la fiction
(ouvrage publié en texte intégral sur ce site sous le format RTF)

voir également sur le site de l'ISC les résumés (en anglais) du colloque de linguistique (LICSSOL1)
The First International Symposium on Linguistics(LICSSOL1)
the sessions
October 12-15, 1999 Lyon, FRANCE.
Premier colloque international de Linguistique (CILISC1)
le programme du colloque
Les 12-15 Octobre 1999 à Lyon

The CNRS-URBANA WORKSHOP
6-7 December, 1999 - amphithéâtre de l'ISC

colloque de linguistique du pôle Rhône Alpes des sciences de la cognition
samedi 6 novembre 1999 - amphithéâtre de l'ISC

Marc Jeannerod
A Dichotomous Visual Brain?
PSYCHE, 5(25), September 1999

année 1998

 98-1 Dominey PF. , Voegtlin T. Contextual self-organizing maps : an adaptative representation of context for sequence learning.

98-2 Dominey PF. ,  Ramus F.  Temporal structure classification of natural languages by a recurrent reinforcement network.

98-3 Jacob P. Can selection explain content

98-4 Jacob P. Can mental content explain behavior

98-5 Georgieff N. , Jeannerod M. Beyond consciousness of external reality : a « Who » system for consciousness of action and self-consciousness
version PDF (accès réservé aux membres de l'ISC)

documents antérieurs à 1998 publiés par des membres actuels de l'ISC

RAPID COMMUNICATION
Effects of Radiofrequency Versus Neurotoxic Cingulate Lesions on Spatial Reversal Learning in Mice
Martine Meunier* and Claude Destrade
Laboratoire de Neurosciences Comportementales et Cognitives, CNRS URA 339, Universite´ de Bordeaux I, Talence, France
HIPPOCAMPUS 7:355–360 (1997)

autres documents en texte intégral :
 
 
articles et rapports de recherche de l'équipe "cognition et mémoire"

NB: Chaque article, pour cette équipe, est enregistré en version PostScript

1997

Tiberghien, G. La mémoire oubliée. Liège: Mardaga. 206 pages.

1995

Narayana, R, Duriez, E, & Tiberghien, G. Neither two processes nor one: dynamic integration of familiarity and retrieval in a hybrid "connectionist-trace matching" model of word recognition.

Rainis, N. & Tiberghien, G. Mémoire et psychologie légale : Effets de contexte et transfert inconscient dans l'identification des visages. Psychologie Française, 1995, 40 (3), 245-254.

Tiberghien, G. & Jeannerod, M. Pour la science cognitive : la métaphore cognitive est-elle scientifiquement fondée ? Revue Internationale de Psychopathologie, 1995, 18,173-203.

1994

Rodet, L. & Tiberghien, G. Towards a dynamic model of associative semantic memory Journal of Biological Systems. Vol. 2, No. 3, 401-411.

Rodet, L. & Schyns, P. Learning Features of Representation in Conceptual Context. The Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Atlanta, Etats Unis.

Sansone, S., & Tiberghien, G. Traitement de l'expression faciale et reconnaissance : indépendance ou interaction ?

Tiberghien, G., & Renault, B.. Préambule. In G. Tiberghien & B. Renault (Eds.). La reconnaissance des visages: 1. Neuroscience cognitive, maturation et développement ; 2. Neuroscience cognitive, éthologie et modélisation. Psychologie Française, 39 (3-4), 241-244.

Tiberghien, G. Can we really dissociate the computational and algorithm-level theories of human memory ? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1994, 17 (4), 680-681.
 

articles de l'équipe "Raisonnement, Développement, & Pragmatique"

Noveck, I. A. & Politzer, G.  (1998). Leveling the playing field:  Investigating competing claims concerning the relative difficulty of propositional logic inferences. In Mental Logic (Braine, M.D.S. & O'Brien, D.P., eds.).  NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Noveck, I. A. & O'Brien, D. P. (1996). To what extent do pragmatic reasoning schemas affect performance on Wason's  selection task?  Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 49A  (2), 463-489.

Noveck, I. A, Ho, S., Sera, M. (1996).  Children's understanding of epistemic modals.  Journal of Child Language, 23, 621-643.

Noveck, I. A. & Chevaux, F. (à paraître). The Pragmatic Development of and.  Dans A. Ho et al. BUCLD 26 Proceedings.

Noveck, I. A. (2001). When children are more logical than adults:  Investigations of scalar implicature. Cognition, 78, 165-188.

Noveck, I. A., Bianco, M., & Castry, A. (2001). The costs and benefits of metaphor.  Metaphor and Symbol, 16 (1&2), 109-121.

Puzenat Didier Parallèlisme et modularité des modèles connexionistes Thèse, Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon, 1997
autres publications de Didier Puzenat

Nombreux textes de Dan Sperber (Institut Jean Nicod - Paris)

Jeannerod, M. (1994). The representing brain: Neural correlates of motor intention and imagery. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 17 (2): 187-245.(unedited preprint (not a quotable final draft
 
 
 

Articles de l'équipe NEUROLOGIE DE LA COGNITION SEQUENTIELLE :  LANGAGE ET ESPACE - pour une bibliographie plus complète de l'équipe, voir la version anglaise de cette page

Dominey PF, Arbib MA (1992)  A Cortico-Subcortical Model for Generation of Spatially Accurate Sequential Saccades.  Cerebral Cortex 2:153-175.

Sequence Learning Model

Dominey PF, Arbib MA, Joseph JP (1995)  A Model of Cortico-Striatal Plasticity for Learning Oculomotor Associations and Sequences, J Cog Neuroscience, 7:3, 311-336
Dominey PF, Boussaoud D (1997)  Encoding behavioral context in recurrent networks of the frontostriatal system: A simulation study. Cognitive Brain Research, 6, 53-65

Serial and Temporal Structure Learning

Dominey PF (1998)  A shared system for learning serial and temporal structure of sensori-motor sequences? Evidence from simulation and human experiments. Cognitive Brain Research. 6, 163-174

Motor Imagery in Parkinson's Disease

Dominey PF, Decety J, Broussolle E, Chazot G, Jeannerod M (1995)  Motor Imagery of a Lateralized Sequential Task is Asymmetrically Slowed in Hemi-Parkinson's Patients, Neuropsychologia, 33:6, 727-741.

Abstract Structure Learning

Dominey PF, Lelekov T, Ventre-Dominey J, Jeannerod M  (1998)  Dissociable Processes for Learning the surface and abstract structure sensorimotor sequences.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 10 :6 734-751
Dominey PF, Ventre-Dominey J, Broussolle E, Jeannerod M  (1997)  Analogical Transfer is Effective in a Serial Reaction Time Task in Parkinson's Disease: Evidence for a Dissociable Sequence Learning Mechanism. Neuropsychologia.  35, 1-9.
Dominey PF, Georgieff N (1997)  Schizophrenics learn surface but not abstract structure in a serial reaction time task. NeuroReport. 8 (13) 2877-2882

Sequential Cognition and Language

Dominey PF, Ramus F (2000) Neural network processing of natural lanugage: I. Sensitivity to serial, temporal and abstract structure of language in the infant.  Language and Cognitive Processes,  15(1) 87-127
Blanc J-M, Dominey PF (2003) Identification of prosodic attitudes by a temporal recurrent network, 17, 693–699 Cognitive Brain Research

Thematic Role Assignment and Syntactic Comprehension:

Dominey PF (1997)  An Anatomically Structured Sensory-Motor Sequence Learning System Displays Some General Linguistic Capacities, Brain and Language,59, 50-75
Dominey PF, Hoen M, Blanc J-M, Lelekov-Boissard T (2003) Neurological basis of language and sequential cognition:  Evidence from simulation, aphasia and erp studies,  Brain and Language, 86 (2003) 207–225
Hoen M, Golembiowski M, Guyot E, Deprez V, Caplan D, Dominey PF. (2003) Training with cognitive sequences improves syntactic comprehension in agrammatic aphasics. Neuroreport. Mar 3;14(3):495-9
Lelekov-Boissard T, Dominey PF. (2002) Human brain potentials reveal similar processing of non-linguistic abstract structure and linguistic syntactic structure. Neurophysiol Clin. Jan;32(1):72-84.
Lelekov T, Franck N, Dominey PF, Georgieff N (2000) Cognitive sequence processing and syntactic comprehension in schizophrenia. Neuroreport. 14;11(10):2145-9.
Hoen M, Dominey PF (2000) ERP analysis of cognitive sequencing: a left anterior negativity related to structural transformation processing. Neuroreport 11(14):3187-91.

Grammatical Constructions and Phrasal Semantics

Dominey PF (2003a) Learning Grammatical Constructions in a Miniature Language from Narrated Video Events, Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for Cognitive Science, Boston.
Dominey PF (2003b) Learning Grammatical Constructions from Narrated Video Events for Human-Robot Interaction, Proceedings  of the IEEE Humanoid Robotics Conference, Karlsruhe, Germany.
 
 
 
articles de l'équipe "neurophysiologie de l'action"

Boussaoud D., Bremmer F. and Jouffrais C. (1998) Eye position effects on the neuronal activity of dorsal premotor cortex in the macaque monkey. J. Neurophysiol. 80(3), 1132 - 1150.

Jouffrais C. and Boussaoud D. Neuronal activity related to eye-hand coordination in the primate premotor cortex. Exp. Brain Res, 1999, 128 :205-209.

D. Boussaoud. Attention versus intention in the primate premotor cortex. NeuroImage, 2001, 14:S40-S45.
 
 

articles de l'équipe pragmatique et cognitiion

Reboul, A., 1995, " Broken bottles, ex- or future prime ministers, non-existent houses, and the progressive: time and modifiers ", in Acts of TSM' 95, Workshop Time, Space and Movement, meaning and knowledge in the sensible world, 23-27 juin 1995, Château de Bonas

Reboul, A., 1996, " If I were you, I wouldn't trust myself: indexicals, ambiguity and counterfactuals ", in Acts of the 2nd International Colloquium on Deixis, " Time, Space and Identity ", Nancy, 28-30 mars 1996, 151-175.

Anne Reboul  les membres du groupe CERVICAL : Cécile Balkanski (LIMSI),  Xavier Briffault (LIMSI),   Bertrand Gaiffe (CRIN-CNRS & INRIA-Lorraine), Andrei Popescu-Bellis (LIMSI) ,  Isabelle Robba (LIMSI),  Laurent Romary (CRIN-CNRS & INRIA-Lorraine),  Gérard Sabah (LIMSI)
Le projet CERVICAL : Représentations mentales, référence aux objets et aux événements
http://www.isc.cnrs.fr/reb/cervical/cervicalintro.htm

 Reboul, A., à paraître, " Bewußtsein und die wesentliche Quasi-Indices ", in Pape, H. (ed.) : Indexicalität und Bewußtsein, Springer Verlag.

Reboul, A., à paraître, " I and you: personal identity and simple identity ", in Knuf, J. (ed.) : Time, space and identity: essays on deixis, New York, Lawrence Erlbaum.

Reboul, A. La présupposition CNRS, école du Berder, juin 1999.

Reboul A. Semantic Transparency, Semantic Opacity, States of Affairs, Mental States and  Speech Acts (325 Kb) in EMERGING COMMUNICATION : STUDIES ON NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND PRACTICES IN COMMUNICATION vol. 3 - SAY NOT TO SAY : NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MISCOMMUNICATION, L. Anolli , R. Ciceri and G. Riva ed. , 2002
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Reboul A. A time for being humble

Reboul A. A reductio ad absurdum argument against philosophical zombies

Reboul A. Le puzzle de Koenig
 

articles en texte intégral d'auteurs (ou co-auteurs) de l'ISC déposés sur d'autres bases d'articles

voir sur le site de Cogprints
Martine Meunier, Jocelyne Bachevalier, Elisabeth A. Murray, Ludiše Málková
& Mortimer Mishkin (1999)
EFFECTS OF ASPIRATION VERSUS NEUROTOXIC LESIONS OF THE AMYGDALA ON EMOTIONAL RESPONSES IN MONKEYS.
European Journal of Neuroscience 11 4403-4418.
et
Hoen, Michel and Dominey, Peter-Ford (2000)
ERP analysis of cognitive sequencing : a left-anterior negativity related to structural transformation processing.
NeuroReport 11(14):3187-3191.

voir sur le site de l'Institut Jean Nicod (base d'article hébergée par le CCSD)
Elena Daprati, Nicolas Franck, Nicolas Georgieff, Joëlle Proust, Elisabeth Pacherie, Jean Dalery et Marc Jeannerod (1997)
Looking for the agent: an investigation into consciousness of action and self-consciousness in schizophrenic patients.
Cognition 65:71-86.
Vittorio Girotto, Markus Kemmelmeir, Dan Sperber et Jean-Baptiste Van Der Henst (2001)
Inept reasoners or pragmatic virtuosos? Relevance and the deontic selection task .
Cognition 81:B69-B76.

voir sur le site d'Intellectica (la revue de l'ARCo - qui propose l'ensemble de ses archives en ligne)
Ira A. NOVECK, R. Brooke LEA,George M. DAVIDSON and David P. O’BRIEN
HUMAN REASONING IS BOTH LOGICAL AND PRAGMATIC
Intellectica, 1991/1, 11, pp. 81-109
 


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