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Audrey Trouilloud

Audrey Trouilloud


Doctorante

Laboratoire de Psychologie et NeuroCognition - CNRS UMR5105 / UGA / USMB BSHM - Bureau E118 1251 avenue Centrale CS40700 38058 GRENOBLE Cedex 09

Tél. : 04 76 82 57 49

audrey.trouilloud@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

PhD thesis :

Role of cerebral hemispheres on proactive processing leading to visual recognition.

PhD supervision : Carole Peyrin

Funding : MESRI (Grenoble-Alpes University)

The aim of this thesis is to study the role of peripheral vision and, for the first time, of hemispheric differences on proactive processes that lead to visual recognition. These questions will be investigated in healthy subjects, but also in glaucoma patients and hemianopic patients. Glaucoma, which represents an excellent pathological model of the transmission of the nerve signal from the peripheral retina, will enable us to study the consequences of retinal signal loss, while hemianopia, which is characterized by a unilateral occipital cortical lesion, will enable us to directly address the respective roles of each hemisphere.

Posters

Trouilloud, A., Roux-Sibilon, A., Rutgé, F., Kauffmann, L., Attyé, A., Chiquet, C., Aptel, F., & Peyrin, C. (2018). Peripheral vision loss affects the processing of spatial frequencies in the central vision of people with glaucoma. European Conference on Visual Perception, 26-30 August, Trieste, Italy.

Roux-Sibilon, A., Trouilloud, A., Kauffmann, L., Mermillod, M., & Peyrin, C. (2018). Role of peripheral vision on proactive processing leading to object recognition. 1st international Workshop on Predictive Processing, 20-22 June, San Sebastian, Spain.

Education

2017-2018 : Master’s Degree in Research in Clinical Neuropsychology and Neurosciences

Research thesis : Categorization of visual scenes : study of inter-hemispheric influences during spatial frequencies processing. Supervised by Carole Peyrin (LPNC, Grenoble-Alpes University)

2016-2017 : Master of Cognitive Psychology

Research thesis : Spatial frequency treatment deficit in glaucoma and associated functional brain changes. Supervised by Carole Peyrin (LPNC, Grenoble-Alpes University)

2013-2016 : Bachelor in Psychology, Grenoble-Alpes University