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Richard Palluel-Germain

Richard Palluel-Germain


Maître de Conférences

Laboratoire de Psychologie et Neurocognition
CNRS UMR 5105
Université Grenoble Alpes
Bâtiment Sciences de l'Homme et Mathématiques
CS40700 - 38058 Grenoble Cedex 9 France

Tél. : 04.76.82.58.50

richard.palluel@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

Research Interests

  • Influence of motor system on movement perception, language and categorization
  • Planning and control of reaching movements
  • Motor learning, visuo-motor adaptation
  • Intersensory integration
  • Writting skills

Main Collaborators



Chapters

Morgado, N. & Palluel-Germain, R. (2015). How actions constrain the visual perception of space. In Y. Coello & M. Fischer, Foundations of embodied cognition : Perceptual and Emotional Embodiment. Hove : Psychology Press. LIEN

Morgado N. & Palluel-Germain R. (2015). Un espace en action : Quand les contraintes physiques et sociales intègrent notre perception visuelle de l’espace. A. Berthoz & C. Debru (Eds.), Anticipation et Prédiction, Du geste au voyage mental. Odile Jacob, Paris. LIEN


Jolly C., Palluel-Germain R., & Gentaz E. (2013). Apport des interfaces haptiques et tactiles dans les apprentissages multisensoriels de l’écriture. In J.M. Albaret, M.L Kaiser, and R. Soppelsa (Eds.), Troubles de l’écriture chez l’enfant : des modèles à l’intervention (pp. 115-133). Solal De Boeck, Marseille. LIEN

Peer reviewed papers

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Stoll, C., Palluel-Germain, R., Caldara, R., Lao, J., Dye, M. W., Aptel, F., & Pascalis, O. (2017). Face Recognition is Shaped by the Use of Sign Language. The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, 1-9.

Thomann, G., Magnier, C., Villeneuve, F., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2016). Designing for physically disabled users : benefits from human motion capture–a case study. Disability and Rehabilitation : Assistive Technology, 11(8), 695-700. LIEN

Stoll C., Palluel-Germain R., Fristot V., Pellerin D., Alleysson D., & Graff C. (2015). Navigating from a Depth Image Converted into Sound. Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, 2015. LIEN

Osiurak, F., Morgado, N., Vallet, G., Drot, M., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2014). Getting a tool gives wings : overestimation of tool-related benefits in a motor imagery task and a decision task. Psychological Research, 78(1), 1-9 (pdf)

Morgado, N., Muller, D., Pinelli, M., Guinet, E., Gentaz, E., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2013). Does friendship space perception ? With particular reference to the curse of the suspicious participants. In M. Knauff, M. Pauen, N. Sebanz, & I. Wachsmuth (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. ). Austin, TX : Cognitive Science Society. (pdf)

Morgado N., Gentaz E., Guinet E., Osiurak F., & Palluel-Germain R. (2013). Within Reach but not so Reachable : Obstacles Matter in Visual Perception of Distances. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20(3), 462-7. (pdf)

Jolly C, Palluel-Germain R, and Gentaz E (2013). Apport des interfaces haptiques et tactiles dans les apprentissages multisensoriels de l’écriture. In J.M. Albaret, M.L Kaiser, and R. Soppelsa (Eds.), Troubles de l’écriture chez l’enfant : des modèles à l’intervention (pp. 115-133). Solal De Boeck, Marseille.

Jolly C, Palluel-Germain R, and Gentaz E (2013). Evaluation of a tactile training for handwriting acquisition in French kindergarten children : A pilot study. In H. Schwitzer and D. Foulke (Eds.), Kindergartens : Teaching methods, expectations and current challenges (pp. 161-176). Nova Science Publishers : Hauppauge (USA).

Osiurak F., Morgado N., & Palluel-Germain R. (2012). Tool use and perceived distance : When unreachable becomes spontaneously reachable. Experimental Brain Research, 218(2), 331-339. (pdf)

Morgado N., Muller D., Gentaz E., & Palluel-Germain R. (2011). Close to me ? The influence of affective closeness on space perception. Perception, 40(7), 877-879. (pdf)

Palluel-Germain R., Jax S. & Buxbaum L. (2011). Visuo-motor gain adaptation and generalization of motor learning following left hemisphere stroke. Neuroscience Letters, 498, 222-226. (pdf)

Fayant M.-P., Muller D., Nurra C., Alexopoulos T. & Palluel-Germain R. (2011). Moving forward is not only a metaphor : Approach and avoidance lead to self-evaluative assimilation and contrast. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 241-245. (pdf)

Gilet E., Diard J., Palluel-Germain R. & Bessière P. (2010). Bayesian action-perception loop modeling : Application to trajectory generation and recognition using internal motor simulation. In A. Mohammad-Djafari, J.-F. Bercher, and P. Bessière, editors, Proceedings of the Thirtieth International Workshop on Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering (Maxent 2010), pages 59-66, Melville, New-York, USA, 2010. American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings.

Gentaz E., Faineteau H., Gilet E., Bluteau J., Palluel-Germain R. & Diard J. (2010). L’estimation kinesthésique des distances : études comportementales et modélisation probabiliste. L’Année Psychologique, 110, 453-492. (pdf)

Faineteau H., Palluel-Germain R. & Gentaz E. (2008). Effet des points d’inflexion sur les estimations des distances euclidiennes dans une tâche manuelle d’intégration de trajet. L’Année Psychologique, 108, 3-14. (pdf)

Palluel-Germain R., Bara F., Hillairet de Boisferon A., Hennion B., Gouagout P. & Gentaz E. (2007). A visuo haptic device - Telemaque - increases the kindergarten children’s handwriting acquisition. IEEE WorldHaptics, 72-77. (pdf)

Palluel-Germain R., Boy F., Orliaguet J.P. & Coello, Y. (2006). Influence of visual constraints in the trajectory formation of grasping movements. Neuroscience Letters, 401, 97-102. (pdf)

Boy F., Palluel-Germain R., Orliaguet J.P. & Coello Y. (2005). Dissociation between "where" and "how" judgements of one’s own motor performance in a video-controlled reaching task. Neuroscience Letters, 386, 52-57. (pdf)

Méary D., Chary C., Palluel-Germain R. & Orliaguet J.P. (2005). Visual perception of pointing and writing movements. Perception, 34, 1061-1067. (pdf)

Palluel-Germain R., Boy F., Orliaguet J.P. & Coello Y. (2004). Visual and motor constraints on trajectory planning in pointing movements. Neuroscience Letters, 372, 235-239. (pdf)

Communications

Fayant, M.-P., Muller, D., Nurra, C., Alexopoulos, A., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2014). Open path toward a superior other decreases the psychological distance : self-evaluative assimilation, self-inclusion, and self-construal. In K.A. Woltin & M. Machunsky (Org.), Understanding perceived self-other similarity as the social dimension of psychological distance. Symposium conducted at the General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP), Amsterdam, Juillet.

Morgado, N., Palluel-Germain, R., Muller, D., & Gentaz, E. (2013, August). Do social relationship influence distance perception ? Poster presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Berlin, Germany.

Morgado, N., Palluel-Germain, R., Muller, D., & Gentaz, E. (2012, September). The link between affective closeness and space perception. Poster presented at the 5th International Conference on Spatial Cognition : “Space and Embodied Cognition”, Rome, Italy.

Palluel-Germain, R., Morgado, N., Osiurak, F., & Gentaz, E. (2012, September). Physical constraints of action matter : Their effect on perceived distances. Poster presented at the 5th International Conference on Spatial Cognition : “Space and Embodied Cognition”, Rome, Italy.

Morgado, N., Muller, D., Gentaz, E., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2011, May). The influence of affective closeness on space perception. Poster presented at the conference « Le cerveau social : un pléonasme ? », Paris, France. Voilà pour le moment. Les normes APA pour poster je suis pas sûr à 100%. Il y aura par la suite le poster pour lille et austine mais c’est pas tout de suite

Palluel-Germain, R., Morgado, N., Gentaz, E., Muller, D., & Osiurak, F. (2011, September). Intégration des facteurs psycho-sociaux dans la perception spatiale. La pratique : Un lieu de théories, 53ème Congrès National de la Société Française de Psychologie. Metz.

Palluel-Germain, R., Morgado, N., Gentaz, E., Muller, D., & Osiurak, F. (2011, May). Intégration des facteurs psycho-sociaux dans la perception spatiale. Rencontres du Pôle Grenoble Cognition (2ème édition). Grenoble.

Morgado, N., Muller, D., Gentaz, E., & Palluel-Germain, R. (2011, May). The influence of affective closeness on space perception. Poster présenté au Colloque " Le cerveau social : un pléonasme ? ". Paris.

A visuo-haptic device (Telemaque) increases the kindergarten children’s handwriting acquisition. International Congress of Psychology. Berlin (Germany), July 20-25th 2008.

Palluel-Germain R., Jax S. A., Buxbaum L. J. Multiple internal models guide visuomotor adaptation : Evidence from optic ataxia. Society for Neuroscience, 37th Annual meeting. San Diego, CA, USA, November 3–7th 2007. (pdf poster)

Jax S. A., Buxbaum L. J., Palluel-Germain R. Disrupted learning, generalization, after-effects, and relearning of visuomotor rotations following left hemisphere stroke. Society for Neuroscience, 37th Annual meeting. San Diego, CA, USA, November 3–7th 2007.

Hillairet de Boisferon A., Palluel-Germain R., Gentaz E. Télémaque, une Interface Visuo-Haptique Destinée à Préparer l’Acquisition de l’Ecriture. Lire, écrire, parler à l’école : favoriser les apprentissages et prévenir les difficultés, IUFM de Grenoble, 14 novembre 2007. (powerpoint)

Palluel-Germain R., Bara F., Hillairet de Boisferon A., Hennion B., Gouagout P., Gentaz E. (sous-presse). A visuo-haptic device - Telemaque - increases the kindergarten children’s handwriting acquisition. WorldHaptics 2007. Tsukuba (Japon), 22-24 March, 2007.

Palluel-Germain R., Bara F.,Hennion B., Gouagout P., Gentaz. E. Early handwriting acquisition : Evaluation of Telemaque, a new visuo-haptic interface. Eurohaptics 2006. Paris (France), 3-6 juillet 2006.

Palluel-Germain R. Frame of reference and visual constraints in goal directed movements. Orateur invité. Departments of Movement and Balance and Sensorimotor Systems, Clinical Neuroscience, Imperial College London. London (UK), 9 mai 2006.

Palluel-Germain, R., Boy, F., Orliaguet, J.P., Coello, Y. Influence of visual constraints in the trajectory formation of goal directed movements. European Science Foundation (ESF), Research Conference on Three-Dimensional Sensory and Motor Space. San Feliu de Guixols (Spain), 13-18 octobre 2005.

Boy, F., Palluel-Germain, R., Orliaguet, J-P, and Coello, Y. “Where” and “How” judgements in a video-controlled reaching task rely on different sensorimotor processing : Influence of the visual feedback resolution. Congresso Iberico de Perception / Iberian Congress on Perception. Barcelona (Espagne), juillet 2005.

Boy F., Palluel-Germain R., Orliaguet J.P, Coello Y. Dissociation between "where" and "how" judgements of one’s own motor performance in a video-controlled reaching task. International Workshop on the Processing of Multimodal Information in Animals and Humans. Vannes (France), mai 2005.

Palluel-Germain R., Boy F., Orliaguet, J.P. Control of grasping movements : The effect a remote visual condition. International Congress of Psychology. Beijing (China), 8-13 août 2004.

Boy F., Palluel-Germain R., Orliaguet J.P., Coello, Y. Segregated Declarative and Motor Knowledge in Adaptation to Biased Teleoperation Conditions. International Congress of Psychology. Beijing (China), 8-13 août 2004.

Palluel-Germain R., Boy F. Orliaguet J.P., Coello, Y. Control of trajectory in a video controlled grasping task. Progress in Motor Control IV. Caen (France), 20-23 août 2003.

Boy F., Palluel-Germain R., Orliaguet J.P., Coello Y. Adaptive processes in Reaching movement carried out under visual-proprioceptive conflict. Progress in Motor Control IV. Caen (France), 20-23 août 2003.

Boy F., Palluel-Germain R., Orliaguet J.P. Suturing points under robot-assisted laparoscopy. Pole Rhône-Alpes des Sciences Cognitives. Grenoble (France), Janvier 2003.

Méary D., Chary C., Palluel-Germain R., Orliaguet, J.P. Visual perception of human movement : Implicit knowledge of motor rules. Symposium International : Neural control of space coding and action production. Lyon (France), 22-24 Mars 2001.

Teaching Experience

Now06-Now : Teaching -lecturer- at Pierre Mendès France University, Grenoble, France. Courses in Statistics, Adult Cognition and Motor control.

2000-2005 : Temporary Teaching and Lecturer at Pierre Mendès France University, Grenoble, France. Courses in ordinary degree (250 hours in human movement science, differential psychology, experimental psychology, statistics & developmental psychology) and master degree (50 h in sensorimotor control).

Education

2006-2007 : Postdoctoral Fellowship (Cognition and Action Laboratory, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute Philadelphia) in collaboration with Laurel Buxbaum and Steve Jax. Works on motor adaptation in apraxic patients and on the evaluation of a virtual reality interface fin the rehabilitation of visual neglect.

2005-2006 : Postdoctoral experience (Laboratory of Psychology and NeuroCognition-Grenoble, France) in collaboration with Edouard Gentaz. Works on the early handwriting acquisition and on the evaluation of a new visuo-haptic interface for dysgraphic children.

2004 : PhD in Cognitive Psychology. "Trajectory planning and control in a voluntary movement : Influence of a visual constraint", PhD obtained with honors.

  • Laboratory of Psychology and NeuroCognition (LPNC), CNRS, Pierre Mendès France University, Grenoble, France.
  • Work supported by a grant from the M.E.N.R.T. (Ministry of Education, Research and Technology).
  • Advisor : Pr. Jean-Pierre Orliaguet
  • Board of examiners : Yann Coello, Vincent Nougier, Jean-Pierre Orliaguet, Denis Pélisson, Jean-Luc Velay.

2000 : Advance Master Degree (DEA) in Experimental and Cognitive Psychology. "Visual perception of human movements : Influence of motor competences".

  • LPNC, Pierre Mendès France University, Grenoble, France.
  • Work supported by a grant from from the Rhone-Alpes region.
  • Obtained with distinction
  • Advisor : Pr. Jean-Pierre Orliaguet