Denis Pélisson
Denis Pélisson
Inserm U864
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Large adjustments in visually guided reaching do not depend on vision of the hand or perception of target displacement
MA Goodale, D Pelisson, C Prablanc
Nature 320 (6064), 748-750, 1986
10631986
Second structural motif for recognition of DNA by oligonucleotide-directed triple-helix formation
PA Beal, PB Dervan
Science 251 (4999), 1360-1363, 1991
8151991
Visual control of reaching movements without vision of the limb II. Evidence of fast unconscious processes correcting the trajectory of the hand of the final position of a …
D Pelisson, C Prablanc, MA Goodale, M Jeannerod
Experimental Brain Research 62 (2), 303-311, 1986
6511986
Consensus paper: roles of the cerebellum in motor control—the diversity of ideas on cerebellar involvement in movement
M Manto, JM Bower, AB Conforto, JM Delgado-García, SNF Da Guarda, ...
The Cerebellum 11 (2), 457-487, 2012
5802012
Visual control of reaching movements without vision of the limb I. Role of retinal feedback of target position in guiding the hand
C Prablanc, D Pelisson, MA Goodale
Experimental Brain Research 62 (2), 293-302, 1986
4211986
From eye to hand: planning goal-directed movements
M Desmurget, D Pélisson, Y Rossetti, C Prablanc
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 22 (6), 761-788, 1998
4101998
Movement of neural activity on the superior colliculus motor map during gaze shifts
DP Munoz, D Pelisson, D Guitton
Science 251 (4999), 1358-1360, 1991
2461991
Control of orienting gaze shifts by the tectoreticulospinal system in the head-free cat. III. Spatiotemporal characteristics of phasic motor discharges
DP Munoz, D Guitton, D Pelisson
Journal of Neurophysiology 66 (5), 1642-1666, 1991
2441991
Sensorimotor adaptation of saccadic eye movements
D Pélisson, N Alahyane, M Panouilleres, C Tilikete
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 34 (8), 1103-1120, 2010
1902010
Vestibuloocular reflex inhibition and gaze saccade control characteristics during eye-head orientation in humans
D Pelisson, C Prablanc, C Urquizar
Journal of Neurophysiology 59 (3), 997-1013, 1988
1331988
Bottom-up transfer of sensory-motor plasticity to recovery of spatial cognition: visuomotor adaptation and spatial neglect
G Rode, L Pisella, Y Rossetti, A Farnè, D Boisson
Progress in brain research 142, 273-287, 2003
1292003
Functional anatomy of saccadic adaptation in humans
M Desmurget, D Pelisson, C Urquizar, C Prablanc, GE Alexander, ...
Nature neuroscience 1 (6), 524-528, 1998
1261998
Ipsidirectional impairment of prism adaptation after unilateral lesion of anterior cerebellum
L Pisella, Y Rossetti, C Michel, G Rode, D Boisson, D Pelisson, C Tilikete
Neurology 65 (1), 150-152, 2005
1062005
Direct evidence for the contribution of the superior colliculus in the control of visually guided reaching movements in the cat
JH Courjon, E Olivier, D Pélisson
The Journal of physiology 556 (3), 675-681, 2004
1022004
Effects of lesions of the cerebellar oculomotor vermis on eye movements in primate: binocular control
M Takagi, R Tamargo, DS Zee
Progress in brain research 142, 19-33, 2003
872003
Error processing in pointing at randomly feedback-induced double-step stimuli
E Komilis, D Pélisson, C Prablanc
Journal of motor behavior 25 (4), 299-308, 1993
861993
Automatic online control of motor adjustments in reaching and grasping
V Gaveau, L Pisella, AE Priot, T Fukui, Y Rossetti, D Pélisson, C Prablanc
Neuropsychologia 55, 25-40, 2014
852014
Kinematics of centrifugal and centripetal saccadic eye movements in man
D Pelisson, C Prablanc
Vision research 28 (1), 87-94, 1988
841988
Oculomotor plasticity: are mechanisms of adaptation for reactive and voluntary saccades separate?
N Alahyane, R Salemme, C Urquizar, J Cotti, A Guillaume, JL Vercher, ...
Brain research 1135, 107-121, 2007
812007
Functional adaptation of reactive saccades in humans: a PET study
M Desmurget, D Pelisson, JS Grethe, GE Alexander, C Urquizar, ...
Experimental brain research 132 (2), 243-259, 2000
802000
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