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Nicolas Mallet (Institut des maladies neurodégénératives, Bordeaux)

22/05/2017 à 13:30

Optogenetic dissection of circuit mechanism underlying beta-oscillation expression in Parkinsonism The basal-ganglia (BG) form a complex loop with the cortex and the thalamus that is involved in action selection and movement control. Synchronized oscillatory activities in BG neuronal circuits have been proposed to play a key role in coordinating information flow within this neuronal network. If synchronized oscillatory activities are important for normal motor function, their dysregulation (...)

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Rafael Laboissière (Lab. Psychologie et NeuroCognition), Corinne Cian (IRBA), Grenoble

15/05/2017 à 13:30

Perception of object stability under visually-induced vection : Getting to the limits of reality’s representation in virtual environments

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Randi Starrfelt (University of Copenhague)

03/04/2017 à 13:30

Pure alexia and visual (word) recognition Pure alexia, or alexia without agraphia, is a curious neuropsychological syndrome where patients lose the ability to read following focal brain injury, while their written and spoken language is largely intact. As neuropsychological syndromes go, it is a quite simple syndrome : Only one cognitive function is clearly affected, namely visual word recognition. So the syndrome should be easy to explain. Yet there is so far no consensus about the (...)

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Giulio Casali (UCL, London)

27/03/2017 à 13:30

Altered odometry by grid cells on a climbing wall Grid cells produce periodic hexagonal arrays of firing fields, supporting the hypothesis that they perform odometry and are the neural basis for path integration. However, while grid cells on the horizontal plane are invariant across different environments, it is currently not known whether those distances vary in 3D space. Here we asked if grid cells respond to movements on the vertical plane in the same way as they do on a horizontal (...)

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Bertrand Coste (Centre de Recherche en Neurobiologie et Neurophysiologie de Marseille)

13/03/2017 à 13:30

Mécanismes périphériques de la sensibilité tactile : quels canaux ioniques ? La mécanotransduction est la conversion des forces mécaniques en signaux biologiques. Chez les mammifères, un très grand nombre de processus biologiques font intervenir des mécanismes de mécanotransduction. C’est le cas notamment du système somatosensoriel impliqué dans la perception du toucher, de la douleur et de la proprioception. Les cellules réceptrices du système somatosensoriel sont les neurones afférents primaires des (...)

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Clément François (Université de Barcelone)

06/02/2017 à 13:30

Tracking brain plasticity and language learning mechanisms throughout the human lifespan The human capacity to learn is a central question in neuroscience. On the one hand, the study of how the human brain learns to build expectations, constituting one of the core mechanisms of language and music, informs basic principles of both auditory neuroscience and cognitive psychology. On the other hand, given that music and speech are among the most complex auditory motor human activities, the (...)

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Laure Verret (CNRS/Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse)

30/01/2017 à 13:30

Social Memory Impairments and Area CA2 Modifications in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer’s Disease Among the cognitive impairments observed in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients, one of the most excruciating is their inability to recognize or remember other people. Distressingly, social memory and recognition have been barely investigated in AD mouse models, and little is known about the neural substrates of social memory impairments in AD. Very recently, it has been demonstrated that inactivation (...)

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Giulia Torromino (Università di Roma)

28/11/2016 à 13:30

Hippocampal projections to ventral striatum are necessary to consolidate spatial memory The role of the hippocampal formation (HPC) in spatial memory is well known. With the use of different approaches in mice (Fluoro-Gold tracing, pharmacological treatment and learning and memory tests) we demonstrate that the HPC/ventral striatal pathway is required for consolidation of spatial memory and learning-induced neuronal plasticity in the ventral (...)

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Cédrick Florian (CNRS/Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse)

24/11/2016 à 13:30

The transcriptional co-repressor Sin3A in memory formation Long-term memory depends on the control of activity-dependent neuronal gene expression, which is regulated by epigenetic modifications. The epigenetic modification of histones is orchestrated by the opposing activities of two classes of regulatory complexes : permissive co-activators and silencing co-repressors. For example, histone acetylation, which is associated with transcriptional activation, increases at select (...)

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Leslie Decker (Université de Caen)

10/10/2016 à 13:30

Aging and reorganization of the neuromotor system : Insights from information processing and dynamical systems theoretical perspectives When compensating for functional decline, the aging neuromotor system reorganizes and changes the complex cooperative interactions that occur within and between its subsystems. A first aspect of this reorganization is manifested through an increased attentional cost for controlling posture and gait. We performed a series of experiments using dual-task (...)

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Bruno Wicker (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives)

26/09/2016 à 13:30

Cerveau social prédictif et autisme Interagir avec le monde socio-affectif est un effort particulièrement exigeant car le cerveau doit traiter simultanément et rapidement des informations multisensorielles très complexes de l’environnement. À cet égard, le modèle de cerveau proactif est particulièrement pertinent puisque dans des circonstances complexes tels que les interactions sociales, le cerveau bénéficie énormément de la construction de prédictions combinant des analogies multiples. Ce séminaire, (...)

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Antoine Adamantidis (University of Bern)

27/06/2016 à 13:30

Causal Evidence for the Role of REM Sleep Theta Rhythm in Contextual Memory Consolidation Rapid-eye-movement sleep (REMs) has been linked with spatial and emotional memory consolidation. However, establishing direct causality between neural activity during REMs and memory consolidation has proven difficult due to the transient nature of REMs and significant caveats associated with REMs deprivation techniques. In a recent study, we optogenetically silenced medial septum GABAergic (MSGABA) (...)

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Pierre-Pascal Lenck-Santini (Institut de Neurobiologie de la Méditerranée)

20/06/2016 à 13:30

Hippocampal function in the epileptic brain : from rodents to patients, and back Epilepsy is often associated with cognitive and behavioral impairments that can have profound impact on the quality of life of patients. Although the mechanisms of cognitive impairment are not completely understood, data from my laboratory suggest that seizures and interictal abnormalities are only partially responsible for cognitive deficit in epilepsy. We propose that alteration of GABAergic inhibition, (...)

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Jean Vion-Dury (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives, Marseille)

06/06/2016 à 13:30

Théories neurophysiologiques actuelles de la conscience Depuis plusieurs années, les neurosciences butent sur ce que l’on nomme le "hard problem" , c’est à dire comment dans un système physicochimique tel qu’est pensé le cerveau survient une expérience consciente dont la nature ontologique, non matérielle, est radicalement différente de celle du cerveau lui même. Dans ce séminaire nous ferons le point sur la manière dont les neurophysiologistes envisagent comment les processus neuronaux pourraient (...)

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Nadine Ravel (Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences de Lyon)

23/05/2016 à 13:30

Mémoire des épisodes de vie chez le rat : Profils individuels et substrat neuronal Dans le cadre d’une approche translationnelle Homme-Animal du substrat neuronal de la mémoire épisodique mise en oeuvre dans notre équipe, nous avons développé une tâche commune afin de tester le rappel d’épisodes de vie dans les deux espèces. Après une présentation des deux études comportementales et un rapprochement des résultats obtenus, je me focaliserai sur la présentation des premières données acquises sur le réseau (...)

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Bruno Wicker (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives, Marseille)

02/05/2016 à 13:30

Cerveau social prédictif et autisme Interagir avec le monde socio-affectif est un effort particulièrement exigeant car le cerveau doit traiter simultanément et rapidement des informations multisensorielles très complexes de l’environnement. À cet égard, le modèle de cerveau proactif est particulièrement pertinent puisque dans des circonstances complexes tels que les interactions sociales, le cerveau bénéficie énormément de la construction de prédictions combinant des analogies multiples. Ce séminaire, (...)

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Alexa Riehle (Institut de Neurosciences de Timone)

04/04/2016 à 13:30

Spatio-temporal maps of neuronal activity in monkey motor cortex during a delayed reach-to-grasp task Reaching to and grasping an object involves shaping the hand and fingers in relation to the object’s physical properties. It requires the coordinated activation of a variety of arm and hand muscles. Reaching involves the proximal muscles of arm and shoulder to transport the hand toward the target object, whereas grasping involves the distal muscles of the hand for its shaping and force (...)

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Patrick Delmas (Centre de Recherche en Neurobiologie et Neurophysiologie de Marseille)

22/03/2016 à 13:30

Nav1.9 in inflammatory pain and migraine headache

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Yannick Wamain (Université de Lille)

14/03/2016 à 13:30

"Vers un impact distribué de l’action sur la perception". Selon les théories des « embodied cognition » (Barsalou, 2003), la simple perception d’un objet ne renvoie pas seulement à la prise en compte de ses attributs perceptifs mais mobilise un ensemble de connaissances relatives à cet objet. Parmi ces connaissances, je m’intéresse particulièrement aux connaissances motrices avec l’idée que ces dernières vont modifier notre perception de l’objet. Dans cette logique, l’objectif de cet exposé sera (...)

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Pascal Belin (Institut de Neurosciences de Timone)

29/02/2016 à 13:30

Le Centre IRMf v3.0 : Les nouvelles possibilités

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Olivier Pascalis (Laboratoire de Psychologie et NeuroCognition, Grenoble)

22/02/2016 à 13:30

The role of experience on the development of face processing during the first year of life Faces are perhaps the most predominant visual stimulus in children’s environment. From birth onwards, children encounter thousands of faces. These faces vary in terms of not only identity, but also gender, age, attractiveness, species, and race. Given the adaptive significance of the face processing ability, the hypothesis about an innate disposition to such ability is appealing. Exactly which (...)

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Fabrizio Capitano (Université de Rome)

01/02/2016 à 13:30

Regional differences in the molecular mechanisms underlying spatial memory formation Long-term memory formation is accompanied by changes in neuronal morphology and connectivity. Such changes are driven by molecular cascades which bind neuronal activity to long-lasting modifications of synapses. In particular, several evidences have been provided about the pivotal role of genes expression regulation. Although different studies supported the view that learning involves the parallel (...)

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Manuel Vidal (Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone)

25/01/2016 à 13:30

When did I hear that flash ? Timing audiovisual events : from perception to (re)action When processing audiovisual events, unimodal signals are transmitted and processed at different speeds, reaching the brain areas for sensory integration at different moments. In order to perceive synchronicity, these signals must be realigned in time. I will describe two recent projects related to this temporal integration flexibility, going from perception to motor control. In the first project I (...)

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Hugo Spiers (University of London)

13/01/2016 à 13:30

Neural Systems for Navigation A network of brain regions is known to support navigation. The hippocampus has long been suggested to contain a cognitive map, with recent evidence indicating the entorhinal cortex provides the spatial information to support this map formation. How these two region help support goal directed navigation is still unclear. In this talk evidence will be presented that the hippocampus is involved representing information about future paths to be taken, while the (...)

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Aymeric Guillot (Université Claude Bernard, Lyon 1)

07/12/2015 à 13:30

Architecture neurofonctionnelle et perspectives d’application de l’entraînement par imagerie motrice Identifier les processus et les réseaux neuronaux impliqués dans la représentation mentale du mouvement constitue un enjeu majeur des recherches en neurosciences au cours des 30 dernières années. Si de nombreux travaux témoignent de l’équivalence neurofonctionnelle entre l’imagerie motrice et l’exécution du mouvement correspondant, les données récentes démontrent qu’il ne s’agit que d’un recouvrement (...)

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Muriel Panouilleres (University of Oxford)

09/11/2015 à 13:30

Sensorimotor adaptation : Cerebellar involvement and long-term adaptation Our movements are the main way we have to have an impact on and to interact with the world. Throughout our life, our movements remain accurate despite physiological, pathological or environmental changes thanks to motor adaptation mechanisms. These mechanisms allow restoring movement accuracy when repeated movements’ error are encountered. In the present talk, I will focus on recent studies where I investigated the (...)

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Eric Burguière (Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle épinière, Paris)

05/10/2015 à 13:30

Probing the neurophysiological bases of compulsive behaviors Increasing evidence points to abnormalities in cortico-basal ganglia circuitry as central to the pathophysiology of compulsive disorder. Parallels between the emergence of compulsions and the acquisition of automated behaviors suggest that the expression of compulsions could in part involve loss of control of such habitual behaviors. I will address these question by presenting studies where we developed an optogenetic approach to (...)

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Ilona Kovacs (Péter Pázmány Catholic University, Budapest)

14/09/2015 à 13:30

Sleep, the Achilles’ Heel of brain development Among the chief causes of developmental disabilities are genetic conditions, prenatal or perinatal injuries, diseases, poverty and cultural deprivation. Research has been mainly focused on addressing each of these factors separately, characterizing how they might determine different types of maladaptive behaviors. We suggest that sleep, the Achilles’ Heel of brain development, might shape the individual’s ability to improve basic procedural (...)

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Louise Kirsch (Bangor University, UK)

29/06/2015 à 13:30

Shaping perception with experience : Insights from brain and behaviour Understanding how action perception, an observer’s prior experience with an action, and an observer’s affective response to an action interact is essential for advancing knowledge about how we interact with others in a social world. To date, however, these three domains have not yet been studied together. The studies I will be presenting, use complementary behavioural and brain-based approaches, including complex motor (...)

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Marie-Hélène Grosbras (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives)

22/06/2015 à 13:30

Perception and brain processing of emotion from faces, bodies and voice during adolescence The transition from childhood to adolescence into young adulthood, is characterized by profound remodeling of social environment, brain structure and cognitive and perceptual abilities. In this talk I will review data showing how the perception of simple emotional signals from faces, body and voices of others develop throughout adolescence. I will discuss implications for our understanding of the (...)

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Felipe Pegado (KU Leuven)

18/05/2015 à 13:30

How does literacy break the mirror invariance of the visual system ? Literacy acquisition produces important modifications in the functioning of the visual system, including changes in the mirror invariance property, i.e., the ability to recognize mirror images as a same entity (e.g., a face saw from left or right profiles). Indeed after literacy acquisition mirror invariance is reduced for written stimuli, enabling the visual system to quickly recognize mirror letters (e.g., ‘b’ and ‘d’) as (...)

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Robert J. McDonald (University of Lethbridge)

20/04/2015 à 13:30

Interacting memory systems : From memory-based behaviour to psychiatric disorders Interacting memory systems : From memory-based behaviour to psychiatric disorders A significant amount of evidence from different levels of analysis suggests that learning and memory function in the mammalian brain is organized into multiple systems. Abnormalities in the relationships between these learning and memory systems are now thought to be responsible for a wide range of abnormal behaviour and (...)

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Valérie Crepel (Institut de neurobiologie de la méditerranée)

30/03/2015 à 13:30

Pathophysiology of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy : Role of Kainate Receptors Kainate (KA), an analogue of glutamate, is a potent neurotoxin known to induce seizures reminiscent of those found in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) (Ben-Ari & Represa, 1990). Whether KARs are key elements in the triggering and propagation of seizure discharges is yet unclear. In both human patients and animal models of TLE, neuronal tissue undergoes major reorganization ; some neurons die while others (...)

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Florent Lebon (INSERM Cognition, Action, et Plasticité Sensorimotrice, Dijon)

16/03/2015 à 13:30

Les processus neuronaux des actions réelles et imaginées L’imagerie motrice est la représentation interne des interactions dynamiques avec l’environnement et peut aider dans la prise de décision et l’amélioration de la performance. Les études d’enregistrement cérébral ont révélé des activations communes pendant l’imagerie motrice, la préparation du mouvement et l’exécution réelle du mouvement. Cependant, il n’est pas clairement établi si l’imagerie motrice est considérée comme l’état neuronal de transition (...)

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Agustin Lage (Centro de Neurociencias de Cuba, La Habana)

16/02/2015 à 13:30

Causes for low reproducibility in fMRI experiments : evidence in favor of type II errors Several hypotheses have been prposed in order to explain the low reproducibility of fMRI data (Ioannidis, 2005). Initially, the lack of rigorous statistical procedures such as multiple testing corrections was considered the main cause. In this line of thought, non-independent analysis and double dipping have been pointed out as dishonest procedures to avoid stringent multiple comparison corrections (...)

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Thibault Cholvin (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives et Adaptatives - Strasbourg)

09/02/2015 à 13:30

Les noyaux Reuniens et Rhomboïde du thalamus et la cognition spatiale chez le Rat La formation et le rappel d’un souvenir sont aujourd’hui définis comme des processus dynamiques impliquant un réseau distribué de structures. L’hippocampe, dépositaire initial de la trace mnésique, est en relation étroite avec le cortex, notamment le cortex préfrontal médian, impliqué dans la stabilisation progressive de la trace en mémoire. Ce dialogue hippocampo-cortical à la base de la persistance de nos souvenirs à (...)

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Stephane Perrey (Adaptation et Restauration du Mouvement, Université de Montpellier)

02/02/2015 à 13:30

Monitoring and modulating the sensory and motor brain regions during functional movement Monitoring brain activity during sensorimotor tasks is of great value when investigating the neural source of movement and the mechanisms underlying brain plasticity during training. Here, we present some protocols in healthy subjects, that investigate the changes of cortical activation pattern (using combining fNIRS-EEG method) induced by neuromuscular electrical stimulation and transcranial direct (...)

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Bénédicte Poulain-Charronnat (Laboratoire d’Etude de l’Apprentissage et du Développement, CNRS/Université de Bourgogne)

19/01/2015 à 13:30

Traitement des structures musicales et linguistiques : Rôle de l’attention ? Musique et langage partagent un certain nombre de caractéristiques communes. Une question est de déterminer si la perception de structures musicales et linguistiques présentées simultanément repose sur des mécanismes de traitement indépendants ou interactifs. La réponse est controversée, certains résultats soulignant l’indépendance des traitements musicaux et linguistiques et d’autres, les interactions entre différents (...)

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Julie Koenig (Korean Institute of Science and Technology)

08/12/2014 à 13:30

Chasing the inputs that determine place cells firing The spatial firing of hippocampal place cells constitutes one of the most striking behavioral correlates of neuronal activity in the mammalian brain but it is still not clear how hippocampal cells compute sharp place fields. In a first set of experiments, we assessed the involvement of inputs from entorhinal grid cells on place cells firing. We established that during an inactivation of the medial septum, the periodic firing of grid (...)

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Fabien Cignetti (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives, Marseille)

01/12/2014 à 13:30

The development of human proprioceptive brain network Proprioception is defined as our bodily sense of position and movement in the absence of vision. The importance of this sense for motor control is now unquestioned, contributing to the instantiation of internal models of action and providing reafferent inputs from limb movement and/or position. However, much remains to be discovered with respect to the brain network that subtends proprioceptive processing, especially the way this (...)

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Martin Wiener (Georges Mason University, Fairfax, USA)

03/11/2014 à 13:30

"Functional neural mechanisms of timing and action". The past decade has witnessed a resurgence of studies investigating the neural mechanisms subserving timing and rhythmic functions. However, much remains unexplored with regards to how the brain mediates temporal perception. In this talk, I will discuss recent studies demonstrate a fractionation of time and rhythm in the brain, with separate networks and coding properties that are both task and duration dependent. I will also present (...)

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Jean Vion-Dury (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives, Marseille)

29/09/2014 à 13:30

Phénoménologie et neurosciences : quelles perspectives ? La phénoménologie est un courant philosophique qui a été développé au début du 20ème siècle par Husserl mais qui trouve ses racines chez les philosophes sceptiques grecs, puis chez St Augustin et surtout Descartes. La caractéristique de la phénoménologie est qu’il ne s’agit pas d’une philosophie théorique, même si comme toute philosophie elle requiert un appareillage théorique. C’est une philosophie qui pose la question du « comment » : comment je (...)

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Alexia Bourgeois (Université de Genève)

22/09/2014 à 13:30

Reward modulation on attentional orienting Any time we open our eyes to explore our environment, a huge amount of information reaches our retina. Because of the limited capacity of sensory systems, a selective mechanism biasing perception in favor of behaviorally relevant stimuli is therefore necessary. This selective role is generally attributed to attention. Remarkably, some studies suggest that the attentional orienting could be modulated by motivational or emotional factors. However, (...)

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Cécile Galléa (Centre de Neuro-imagerie de Recherche, Hôpital Pitié-Salpêtrière, Paris)

15/09/2014 à 13:30

Congenital mirror movements : a novel clue to understanding bimanual motor control. Congenital mirror movement disorder is a rare disease which is inherited in an autosomal dominant manner. Individuals with mirror movements are unable to perform complex bimanual movements requiring independent hand actions . In humans, the motor system is crossed : the left cortical motor area controls the movement of the right hand, and vice-versa with the right cortical motor area and the left hand. The (...)

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Javier Pagonabarraga

30/06/2014 à 13:30

Cognitive deterioration and impulse control disorders in Parkinson’s disease : neuropsychological evaluation and imaging markers Movement Disorders Unit, Hospital Sant Pau, Barcelona Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative disease which involves social, emotional, cognitive and motor circuits. PD deficits have to be understood along with motor, psychiatric and cognitive phenomena that are best described by the widespread neurodegenerative processes involving many cortical areas, the (...)

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Ignacio Obeso

23/06/2014 à 13:30

THE ROLE OF THE BASAL GANGLIA IN RESPONSE INHIBITION : EVIDENCE FROM SURGERY FOR PARKINSON DISEASE Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences de Lyon It has been proposed that the basal ganglia play a key role in selection of appropriate responses using its inhibition and response thresholds mechanisms. Indeed, the subthalamic nucleus (STN) has shown consistent evidence to be the principal actor of response inhibition. The aim of the presentation will be to present current hypotheses that the (...)

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Elizabeth Thomas

16/06/2014 à 13:30

The Brain Behavior Gap : The Importance of Computational ModelingCognition, Action et plasticité sensorimotrice (INSERM-Université de Bourgogne) One of the biggest challenges in neuroscience, if not the biggest, is bridging the gap between the neuronal and behavioral levels. How is it possible that the wet, messy brain is able to judge intervals of time, or distinguish trees from non-trees ? The same challenge of bridging these levels of organization confronts us when trying to understand (...)

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Salah El Mestikawy

02/06/2014 à 13:30

VGLUT3 and cotransmission in normal and pathological condition Ecole des Neuroscience Paris Seine Glutamate is the major excitatory transmitter in the brain. Before its exocytotic release glutamate is accumulated into synpatic vesicles by 3 subtypes of vesicular transporters named : VGLUT1-3. VGLUTs are key functional and anatomical markers of glutamatergic transmission. VGLUT1-3 are highly conserved from a structural and functional point of view. However, they are distributed in almost (...)

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Alessandro Farnè

26/05/2014 à 13:30

Sensorimotor and social aspects of peripersonal space Lyon Neuroscience Research Centre, ImpAct Team titre : Sensorimotor and social aspects of peripersonal space The binding of visual information available outside the body with tactile information arising, by definition, on the body, allows for the representation of the space lying in between, which is often the theatre of our interactions with objects. The definition of what has become known as “peripersonal space”, originates from (...)

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Frédéric Ambroggi

14/04/2014 à 13:30

Integrative properties of the Nucleus Accumbens : which information is conveyed by ventral tegmental area, basolateral amygdala and prefrontal inputs ? University of California, San Francisco. The nucleus accumbens (NAc) is critical for the control of reward-related behaviors. This brain region seems particularly implicated in linking exteroceptive and interoceptive stimuli to rewarded actions. NAc neurons are activated or inhibited by reward predictive stimuli. I have recent evidence (...)

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Vincent Villette et Arnaud Malvache

07/04/2014 à 13:30

Distance cell assemblies in the CA1 hippocampus in the absence of external landmarks (Institut de Neurobiologie de la Méditerranée, Marseille) Hippocampal networks can display sequences of neuronal activation either in the presence of external landmarks (visual, olfactory, auditory, and tactile) or through internal mechanisms but within a behaviorally relevant context as for example occurs during the delay period of a memory task (Pastalkova et al. 2008). Several studies have addressed the (...)

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François Bonnetblanc

24/03/2014 à 13:30

Some singularities in the processing of sensorimotor errors during visuo-motor skills

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Vincent Monfort

17/03/2014 à 14:38

Insula and SMA involvement in time perception : behavioral and stereo-electroencephalographic (SEEG) approachs in epileptic patients Laboratoire de Conception, Optimisation et Modélisation des Systèmes, Université de Lorraine The supplementary motor area (SMA) and the anterior insular cortex (AIC) are frequently activated in neuroimaging studies of time perception. Our aim was to investigate - by means of behavioral measurements and intracerebral EEG recordings in patients suffering from (...)

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David Robbe

10/03/2014 à 13:30

Action monitoring by the striatum is critical for accurate expression of procedural memories

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Stefan Elmer, Auditory Research Group, University of Zürich

03/02/2014 à 13:30

The specialists‘ brain : a window into auditory processing & neurocognition In my talk I will address neuroplasticity and transfer effects in specialists, namely musicians with- and without absolute pitch, simultaneous interpreters, and synesthetes. Thereby, I will put particular emphasis on auditory processing and cognition. In the first part of the talk I will present functional and anatomical data indicating that plastic changes in the auditory-related cortex of professional (...)

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Shankar Sachidhanandam

27/01/2014 à 13:30

Brain Mind Institute, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne

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Rufin VanRullen

13/01/2014 à 13:30

CNRS-Centre de Recherche Cerveau & Cognition (CerCo) Toulouse

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Rui M. Costa

09/12/2013 à 13:30

Champalimaud Neuroscience Program, Lisbon Portugal

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Theodora Duka

02/12/2013 à 13:30

University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton

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Pedro Valdès-Sosa

25/11/2013 à 13:30

Cuban Neurosciences Center

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Eduardo Martinez-Montès

18/11/2013 à 13:30

Cuban Neurosciences Center

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Philippe Boulinguez

04/11/2013 à 13:30

Centre de Neuroscience Cognitive (Lyon)

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Maria-Luisa Bringas

14/10/2013 à 13:30

Neuropsychological research in neurological restoration in Cuba

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Frederike Petzschner

30/09/2013 à 13:30

Time, Space, Size - Magnitude Estimation in Humans from Weber-Fechner to Bayes

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Jasmine Menant

23/09/2013 à 13:30

Visuospatial tasks affect gait stability more than non-visuospatial tasks in older people Jasmine Menant (Neuroscience Research Australia and University of New South Wales, Sydney ) Visuospatial tasks affect gait stability more than non-visuospatial tasks in older people Background : Previous research has shown that visuospatial (VS) processing requiring working memory is particularly important in balance control, yet VS involvement during locomotion has not been determined. This study (...)

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Mireille Besson

16/09/2013 à 13:30

Musicians, visual artists and foreign language perception : a Cuban adventure

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Sylvie Granon

17/06/2013 à 13:30

Centre de Neuroscience Paris Sud

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Jean-Michel Hupe

03/06/2013 à 13:30

Centre de Recherche Cerveau et Cognition

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Traian Popa

27/05/2013 à 13:30

Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle Epiniere (ICM) Paris

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Julien Bastin

13/05/2013 à 13:30

Fonctions cérébrales et neuromodulation

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Laure Pisella

29/04/2013 à 13:30

Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences de Lyon

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Anne Giersch

25/03/2013 à 14:00

Physiopathologie clinique et expérimentale de la schizophrénie, Université de Strasbourg

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David Belin

13/03/2013 à 13:30

Laboratoire de Neurosciences Expérimentales et Cliniques, Université de Poitiers

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Jean-Michel Hupé

07/03/2013 à 13:36

CerCo, Toulouse University & CNRS

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Bjørg Elisabeth Kilavik

04/03/2013 à 13:30

Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone, Marseille

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Pom Charras

11/02/2013 à 13:30

Movement to Health (M2H) Laboratory, Montpellier

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Vincent Seutin

04/02/2013 à 13:30

Laboratory of Pharmacology and GIGA Neurosciences, University of Liège, Belgique

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Simone Dalla Bella

28/01/2013 à 13:30

Movement to Health (M2H) Laboratory, Montpellier

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Alexandre Eusebio

21/01/2013 à 13:30

Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone, Marseille

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Séminaire LNC : Dominique Debanne

16/11/2012 à 10:13

Séminaire Dominique Debanne

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Séminaire LNC : Pierre Denise

12/11/2012 à 13:30

Perception de l’espace et régulations végétatives

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Séminaire LNC : Manuel Vidal

08/10/2012 à 13:30

The interplay between heard voices and seen rivaling lips : an audiovisual study of binocular rivalry

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Séminaire LNC : Céline Amiez

17/09/2012 à 13:30

Céline Amiez, Institut Cellules Souches et Cerveau, Bron Action and feedback processing in the human anterior cingulate cortex One of the most confusing aspects of the human frontal cortex concerns the anatomo-functional organization of the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC). Neuroimaging studies have assigned multiple functions, including feedback processing during trial and error learning, action execution, emotion, memory, and pain to the same or to overlapping ACC regions. A major (...)

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Séminaire LNC : Ross Cunnington

04/09/2012 à 13:30

Ross Cunnington Queensland Brain Insitute, University of Queensland, Brisbane Titre : Brain processes underlying the planning and perception of actions. Résumé : Our voluntary movements are always planned and pre-programmed in the brain immediately prior to initiation. Such movement planning or readiness activity can begin up to 1.5 seconds prior to voluntary movement - known as the Bereitschaftspotential when measured with EEG, or seen as activation in the supplementary motor area of the (...)

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Séminaire LNC : Ignacio Obeso Martin

09/07/2012 à 13:30

The role of pre-SMA in cognitive control

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Séminaire LNC : Daniel Bendor

02/07/2012 à 13:30

Manipulating Hippocampus-dependent memories

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Séminaire LNC : Yvonne Delevoye

25/06/2012 à 13:30

The planning of Environment-based and Intentional-based Sequential Actions in Schizophrenia

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Séminaire LNC : Denis Pélisson

18/06/2012 à 13:30

Plasticité oculomotrice : fonctionnalité et bases cérébrales de l’adaptation saccadique

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Thèse LNC : Pierre-Yves Chabeauti

11/06/2012 à 09:00

Adaptation des représentations internes de l’action à la microgravité : continuum fonctionnel de la perception à l’exécution

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Séminaire LNC : David Bilkey

21/05/2012 à 13:30

The representation of decision cost and benefit in the rat anterior cingulate cortex

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Colloque ESCAN 2012

09/05/2012 à 09:00

1st Conference of the European Society for Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience

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Séminaire LNC : Julie Chobert

16/04/2012 à 13:30

Influence de l’apprentissage de la musique sur la perception des syllabes chez des enfants normolecteurs et dyslexiques

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Seminaire LNC : Abdel-Mouttalib OUAGAZZAL

02/04/2012 à 13:30

New insight on the function of hippocampal N/OFQ peptide and memory-updating processes

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Seminaire LNC : Jean Vion-Dury

19/03/2012 à 13:30

Neurophysiologie et psychiatrie : approches en troisième et en première personne

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Seminaire LNC : Corinne Beurrier

12/03/2012 à 13:30

Optogenetic : outils et applications

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Seminaire LNC : Gethin Hughes

20/02/2012 à 13:30

Voluntary action selection and action-effect prediction

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Seminaire LNC : Stéphane Besnard

13/02/2012 à 13:30

Rôle des informations sensorielles vestibulaires dans les processus de mémorisation spatiale

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Soutenance HDR : Francesca Sargolini

06/02/2012 à 14:00

Corrélats neuronaux de l’orientation spatiale - réseaux corticaux et sous-corticaux

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Seminaire LNC : Alice Gomez

30/01/2012 à 13:30

The role of egocentric-updating in episodic memory

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Jan Simone Dalla Bella

21/01/2012 à 13:30

Movement to Health (M2H) Laboratory, Montpellier

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Serminaire LNC : Murray Horne

16/01/2012 à 13:30

Choice performance in environments with a distinctive shape

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Publication IFR

31/12/2011 à 13:30

Toutes les questions que vous vous posez sur votre cerveau

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Thèse LNC : Paul De Saint Blanquat

20/12/2011 à 14:00

Les comportements orientés vers un but : implication de l’hippocampe et du cortex préfrontal chez le rat

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Séminaire LNC : Marie-Hélène Grosbras

12/12/2011 à 13:30

Circuits cérébraux impliques dans le contrôle du regard - Liens avec la vision

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Séminaire LNC : Suliann Ben Hamed

28/11/2011 à 13:30

Suliann Ben Hamed (Centre de Neurosciences Cognitives, Lyon), titre à venir

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Séminaire LNC : Magdalena Wütte

14/11/2011 à 13:30

"Understanding space by moving through it : human neural networks processing whole-body motion and haptic exploration of spatial layout"

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Séminaire LNC : Olivier George

26/10/2011 à 13:30

The role of the Prefrontal Cortex in escalation of alcohol and cocaine intake

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Thèse LNC : M. Deffains

19/10/2011 à 14:00

Marc Deffains soutiendra sa thèse le Mercredi 19 octobre à 14 heures à l’ Université de Provence 3 place Victor - Hugo 13331 Marseille Cedex 3 Amphithéâtre Charve

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Colloque : Locomotion et Motricité Rythmique

23/09/2011 à 20:00

28ème colloque - Marseille 22 et 23 septembre 2011

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Séminaire LNC : L. Lecourtier

27/06/2011 à 13:30

Titre à venir

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Séminaire LNC : P. Tobler

20/06/2011 à 13:30

Reward value coding in the brain : single dopamine neurons and human fMRI

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Séminaire LNC : M. Falkenstein

01/06/2011 à 11:00

Ondes d’erreurs chez les patients âgés et les patients parkinsoniens

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Séminaire LNC : X. de Jaeger

30/05/2011 à 13:30

Mouse models of cholinergic hypofunction : Contribution for understanding of Ach role

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Séminaire LNC : L. Dahan

16/05/2011 à 13:30

L’addiction à la morphine nécessite la dégradation protéique dans le noyau accumbens

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HDR B. Burle

10/05/2011 à 14:30

Activation et inhibition des réponses....

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Séminaire LNC : Y. Pelloux

09/05/2011 à 13:30

titre à venir

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Seminaire LNC : D. Rigoni

11/04/2011 à 13:30

"The brain minds whether we believe in free will or not : dismissing free will alters brain correlates of voluntary motor actions"

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Séminaire LNC : C. Papaxanthis

28/03/2011 à 13:30

Mental actions and internal predictive models

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Séminaire LNC : F. Georges

21/03/2011 à 14:00

Titre à venir

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Séminaire LNC : M. Dyson

14/03/2011 à 14:00

Titre à venir

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Séminaire LNC : P. Quilichini

07/02/2011 à 13:30

Titre en attente

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Séminaire LNC : D. Dupret

10/01/2011 à 13:30

Hippocampal network activity associated with spatial memory.

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Thèse C. Meckler

16/12/2010 à 14:00

Supervision proactive et réactive de l’action dans les activités sensorimotrices chez l’Homme : études comportementales et électrophysiologiques

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Séminaire LNC : M Naasila

13/12/2010 à 13:00

Mickaël Naasila, INSERM ERI 24

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Séminaire LNC : L Spieser

29/11/2010 à 13:30

Ré-agir vite et bien à une perturbation de mouvement

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Séminaire LNC : JP Bresciani

08/11/2010 à 13:00

Perception et controle du mouvement en environnements virtuels.

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Séminaire LNC : K N’Diaye

25/10/2010 à 13:00

Karim N’Diaye, LABNIC, Suisse

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Séminaire LNC : R. Cossart

18/10/2010 à 13:00

18 octobre : Rosa Cossart, INMED, Marseille

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Séminaire : F. Dellu-Hagedorn

13/09/2010 à 13:30

F. Dellu-Hagedorn CNRS UMR 5227 "Mouvement - Adaptation - Cognition"

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Séminaire LNC : Luc Tremblay

27/07/2010 à 13:30

Cinématique du mouvement et modulations de l’importance des afférences en temps réel

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Séminaire LNC : Christine Assaiante

03/05/2010 à 13:00

Action et représentation de l’action au cours de l’enfance et de l’adolescence : une approche fonctionnelle

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Séminaire LNC : Febo Cincotti

26/04/2010 à 13:30

Brain-Computer Interface : beyond communication and control ?

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Séminaire LNC : D. Richmond

28/01/2010 à 13:30

Temporal and frontal lobe contributions to learning motivation values

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Séminaire LNC : David Belin

18/01/2010 à 13:30

Identification des substrats psychobiologiques de l’addiction : intérêt de modèles complexes chez le rat

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