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Carole Peyrin

Carole Peyrin


DR2 CNRS
Head of Vision & Emotion team

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Laboratoire de Psychologie et NeuroCognition (LPNC)
CNRS UMR 5105 - UGA
Bâtiment Michel Dubois
1251 Av Centrale CS40700
38058 Grenoble Cedex 9 - France
04.76.82.58.79



carole.peyrin@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

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Education

  • 2018 : DR2 CNRS, LPNC
  • 2012 : Research Habilitation, UPMF, Grenoble, France
  • 2011 : CR1 CNRS, LPNC
  • 2007 : CR2 CNRS, LPNC
  • 2005-2007 : Post-doc INSERM U455, Toulouse, France.
  • 2004 : Post-doct FYSSEN, Departments of Neurology and Neurosciences, Geneva University Hospitals (HUG, Switzerland).
  • 2003 : Doctorat (Phd) in Psychology, UPMF, Grenoble, France

Prizes and honors

Administration

  • >2019 : Coordinator Master 2 Neuropsychology and Clinical Neuroscience (Master Neuropsychologie et Neurosciences cliniques), UGA, Grenoble
    https://www.neuropsychologie-recherche.net/
  • >2019 : Head of Vision and Emotion (VisEmo) team (LPNC, Grenoble)
  • 2017-2020 : Member of the Scientific Committee of NeuroCoG IDEX-UGA - Co-resp. Axe " Fonctions Cognitives"
    https://neurocog.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/
  • 2015-2020 : Assistant to the Director, Pole Grenoble Cognition
  • 2017-2018 : Member of the Research Council of COMUE University Grenoble Alpes (UGA)
  • 2016-2018 : Member of the Academic Council of COMUE University Grenoble Alpes (UGA)
  • 2013-2018 : Head of Perception and Sensory-Motricity (PSM) team (LPNC, Grenoble)
  • 2013-2015 : Team head in the Research Alliance ‘Health & Society’ (UPMF, Grenoble)
  • 2008-2016 : Member of the steering committee ARC2 “Qualité de Vie et Vieillissement“ Région Rhône-Alpes (Pilot in Axe 1b – Handicap)

Ethics in Research

Qualified to the Good Clinical Practice - ICH (TransCelerate Certification in France)

  • >2017 : Expert and Qualified person in Ethics, CERGA (Comité d’éthique pour la recherche, Grenoble Alpes ; ex-CERNI), a local research ethics committee for non-interventional studies
    http://www.grenoblecognition.fr/index.php/ethique/ethique-soumettre-un-dossier
  • 2015-2017 : President of CERNI (Comité d’Ethique pour les Recherches Non Interventionnelles)
  • 2012-2015 : Vice-President of CERNI
  • 2011-2012 : President of LPNC Ethics committee
  • 2008-2010 : Member of COPé (Comité opérationnel pour l’éthique du CNRS en Sciences de la vie).

Research interests

My research activity aims to study by a multidisciplinary approach (psychophysics, oculomotricity, neuroimaging, neuropsychology, ophthalmology) the neurocognitive mechanisms of visual perception. At a theoretical level, it allows me to propose a neurocognitive model of scene recognition, which integrates a retinotopic and hemispheric processing of spatial frequencies, and considers the fundamental role of peripheral vision. This research leads to clinical applications and perspectives of valorization in the field of diagnosis. For example, in ophthalmological diseases, such as AMD or glaucoma, we show that retinal damage is accompanied by functional brain changes inducing visual deficits in areas of the visual field considered as intact by perimetry of the visual field.

  • Neural bases of spatial frequency processing during scene perception (Hemispheric specialization, Retinotopic organization, Scene-selective regions, Peripheral vision)
    Main collaborators : Nathalie Guyader (GIPSA-lab), Martial Mermillod (LPNC), Alan Chauvin (LPNC), Louise Kauffmann (LPNC)
  • Face perception in peripheral vision
    Main collaborator : Valerie Goffaux (UCL, Belgique)
  • Scene perception in childhood and normal aging
    Main collaborators : Nicolas Poirel (LAPSYDE, Paris-Caen)
  • Residual abilities in central and peripheral vision and functional reorganization in Age-related Macular Degeneration and Glaucoma
    Main collaborators : Florent Aptel (CHU Grenoble), Muriel Boucart (CHU Lille), Ruxandra Hera (Alpes Rétine, Grenoble)
  • Functional cerebral reorganization in homonymous hemianopia
    Main collaborator : Sylvie Chokron (UFVC, FOR, Paris)
  • Neural basis of eye movements
    Main collaborators : Louise Kauffmann (LPNC), Nathalie Guyader (GIPSA-lab), Michel Dojat (GIN)

Grants

  • CDP NeuroCoG IDEX UGA - EyeCoG (2018-2020)
  • AGIR Pole CBS Université Grenoble Alpes - ReCorAge (2017-2020)
  • ANR “Jeunes Chercheurs” - RECOR (2012-2016)
  • Cible 2012 Rhône-Alpes (2012-2015)
  • SFR “Santé & Société” - EVALONG-DMLA (2013-2014)
  • Pôle Grenoble Cognition - Dynascenes (2011-2012)
  • Cluster 11 HVN Rhône-Alpes - DMLA (2009-2012)

Teaching

  • Neuroimaging methods applied to Cognitive Sciences (M2R, Cognitive Science, UGA, Grenoble)
  • Research ethics committee (M2R Psychology, M2R Neuropsychology, M2 Cognitive Science, UGA, Grenoble)
  • Visual perception and Aging (Undergraduate, M1 Cognitive Psychology, University Paris-Descartes, Paris)
  • Visual perception (Undergraduate, L3 Cognitive Psychology, UGA, Grenoble)

Director of Post-doc and Phd students

  • Pauline Rossel : PhD thesis at LPNC (Grenoble), co-advisor : Louise Kauffmann
    Title : Etude de l’influence des processus prédictifs sur la perception visuelle (début : octobre 2020)
  • Louise Kauffmann : Post-doctoral fellowship at GIPSA-lab and LPNC
    Title : EyeCoG - Eye movements as multidimensional signatures of cognitive and cerebral (dys)functioning - CDP NeuroCoG IDEX UGA (mars 2018 – septembre 2019)
  • Audrey Trouilloud : PhD thesis at LPNC (Grenoble)
    Title : Rôle des hémisphères cérébraux dans les processus proactifs qui mènent à la reconnaissance visuelle (début : octobre 2018)
  • Alexia Roux-Sibillon : PhD thesis at LPNC (Grenoble)
    Title : Déficits, adaptation et réorganisation fonctionnelle cérébrale des traitements visuels rétinotopiques au cours du vieillissement normal et pathologique - Defended on 10th July 2020
  • Louise Kauffmann : PhD thesis at LPNC (Grenoble), co-advisor : Alan Chauvin
    Title : Mécanismes et bases cérébrales du traitement des fréquences spatiales lors de la catégorisation de scènes visuelles - Defended on 4th November 2015
  • Stephen Ramanoël : PhD thesis at LPNC and GIN (Grenoble), co-advisor : Michel Dojat
    Title : Etude du traitement visuel rétinotopique des fréquences spatiales de scènes et plasticité cérébrale au cours du vieillissement normal et pathologique - Defended on 4th December 2015
  • Benoit Musel : PhD thesis at LPNC (Grenoble), co-advisor : Sylvie Chokron
    Title : Adaptation, plasticité et réorganisation fonctionnelle cérébrale de la perception visuelle chez les patients atteints de dégénérescence maculaire liée à l’âge (DMLA) - Defended on 3rd December 2012

Peer-reviewed articles

  • Orliac, F., Borst, G., Simon, G., Mevel, K., Vidal, J., Dolfus, S., Houdé, O., Peyrin, C., & Poirel, N. (2020). Cortical Thickness and Natural Scene Recognition in the Child’s Brain. Brain Sciences.
  • Trouilloud, A., Kauffmann, L., Roux-Sibilon, A., Rossel, P., Boucart, M., Mermillod, M., & Peyrin, C. (2020). Rapid scene categorization : From coarse peripheral vision to fine central vision. Vision Research, 170, 60-72. doi : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2020.02.008
  • Roux-Sibilon, A., Trouilloud, A., Kauffmann, L., Guyader, N., Mermillod, M., & Peyrin, C. (2019). Influence of peripheral vision on object categorization in central vision. Journal of Vision, 19(14):7, 1-16. doi : https://doi.org/10.1167/19.14.7
  • Kauffmann, L., Peyrin, C., Chauvin, A., Entzmann, L., Breuil, C., Guyader, N. (2019). Face stimuli influence the programming of eye movements. Scientific report, 9(1):560. doi:10.1038/s41598-018-36510-0
  • Mermillod, M., Bourrier, Y., David, E., Kauffmann, L., Chauvin, A., Guyader, N., Dutheil, F., & Peyrin, C. (2019). The importance of recurrent top-down synaptic connections to anticipation of dynamic emotional expressions. Neural Network, 109, 19-30. doi:10.1016/j.neunet.2018.09.007
  • Chokron, S., Peyrin, C., & Perez, C. (2019). Ipsilesionnal deficit of selective attention in left homonymous hemianopia and left unilateral spatial neglect. Neuropsychologia, 108, 305-314. doi : 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2018.03.013
  • Schafer, A., Rouland, J. F., Peyrin, C., Szaffarczyk, S., & Boucart, M. (2018). Glaucoma Affects Viewing Distance for Recognition of Sex and Facial Expression. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 59(12), 4921-4928. doi:10.1167/iovs.18-24875
  • Hoyau, E., Roux-Sibilon, A., Boudiaf, N., Pichat, C., Cousin, E., Krainik, A., Peyrin, C., & Baciu, M. (2018). Aging increases fronto-temporal cortical interactions during lexical production. A dynamic causal modeling study. Brain and Language, 184, 11-19. doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2018.06.003
  • Ramanoël, S., Chokron, S., Hera, R., Kauffmann, L., Chiquet, C., Krainik, A., & Peyrin, C. (2018). Age-related macular degeneration changes the perception of scenes in the brain. Visual Neuroscience, 35:E006. doi : 10.1017/S0952523817000372.
  • Roux-Sibilon, A., Kalenine, S., Pichat, C., &, Peyrin, C. (2018). Dorsal and ventral stream contribution to the paired-object affordance effect. Neuropsychologia, 112, 125-134. doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2018.03.007
  • Roux-Sibilon, A., Rutgé, F., Aptel, F., Attye, A., Guyader, N., Boucart, M., Chiquet, C., & Peyrin, C. (2018). Scene and human face recognition in the central vision of patients with glaucoma. PLoS One, 13(2):e0193465. doi : 10.1371/journal.pone.0193465.
  • Tissier, C., Linzarini, A., Allaire-Duquette, G., Mevel, K., Poirel, N., Dollfus, S., Etard, O., Orlian, F., Peyrin, C., Charron, S, Houdé, O., Borst, G, & Cachia, A. (2018) Sulcal polymorphisms of the IFC and ACC contribute to inhibitory control variability in children and adults. eNeuro, 5(1). doi:10.1523/ENEURO.0197-17.2018
  • Attye, A., Jean, C., Remond, P., Peyrin, C., Lecler, A., Boudiaf, N., Aptel, F., Chiquet, C., Lamalle, L., & Krainik, A. (2018). Ischemic optic neuropathy : Using Track-Weighted Imaging to detect changes in the neuroretina. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 48(3), 737–747. doi : 10.1002/jmri.25941
  • Kauffmann, L., Roux-Sibillon, A., Beffara, B., Mermillod, M., Guyader, N., & Peyrin, C. (2017). How does information from low and high spatial frequencies interact during scene categorization. Visual Cognition, 25, 853-867.
  • Guyader, N., Chauvin, A., Boucart, M., & Peyrin, C. (2017). Do low spatial frequencies explain the extremely fast saccades towards human faces ? Vision Research, 133, 100-111.
  • Peyrin, C., Ramanoël, S., Roux-Sibilon, A., Chokron, S., & Hera, R. (2017). Scene perception in age-related macular degeneration : Effect of spatial frequencies and contrast in residual vision. Vision Research, 130, 36-47.
  • Chokron, S., Perez, C., & Peyrin, C. (2016). Behavioral consequences and cortical reorganization in homonymous hemianopia. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 10:57. doi : 10.3389/fnsys.2016.00057.
  • Campagne, A., Fradcourt, B., Baciu, M., Pichat, C., Kauffmann, L., & Peyrin, C. (2016). Cerebral correlates of emotional and motivational appraisals during visual processing of emotional scenes depending on spatial frequency : A pilot study. PLoS One, 12 ;11(1):e0144393. doi : 10.1371/journal.pone
  • Kauffmann, L., Bourgin, J., Guyader, N., & Peyrin, C. (2015). The neural bases of the semantic interference of spatial frequency-based information in scenes. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27(12), 2394-2405. doi : 10.1162/jocn_a_00861.
  • Ramanoël, S., Kauffmann, L., Dojat, M., Cousin, E., & Peyrin, C. (2015). Age-related differences in spatial frequency processing during scene categorization. PLoS One, 10(8):e0134554. doi : 10.1371/journal.pone.0134554.
  • Kauffmann, L., Chauvin, A., Pichat, C., & Peyrin, C. (2015). Effective connectivity in the neural network underlying coarse-to-fine categorization of visual scenes. A dynamic causal modeling study. Brain and Cognition, 99, 46-56. doi : 10.1016/j.bandc.2015.07.004.
  • Cavézian, C., Perez, C., Peyrin, C., Gaudry, I., Obadia, M., Gout, O., & Chokron, S. (2015). Hemisphere-dependant ipsilesional deficits in hemainopia : Sightblindness in the ‘intact’ visual field. Cortex, 69, 166-174.
  • Kauffmann, L., Ramanoël, S., Guyader, N., Chauvin, A., & Peyrin, C. (2015). Spatial frequency Processing in scene-selective cortical regions. NeuroImage, 112, 86-95.
  • Kauffmann, L., Chauvin, A., Guyader, N., & Peyrin, C. (2015). Rapid scene categorization : Role of spatial frequency order, accumulation and luminance contrast. Vision Research, 107, 49-57.
  • Lobier, M., Peyrin, C., Pichat, C., Le Bas, J.F., & Valdois, S. (2014). Visual processing of multiple elements in the dyslexic brain : Evidence for a double dysfunction of parietal and occipito-temporal cortex. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8:479.
  • Kauffmann, L., Ramanoël, S., & Peyrin, C. (2014). The neural bases of spatial frequency processing during scene perception. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 8:37.
  • Musel, B., Kauffmann, L., Ramanoël, S., Giavarini, C., Guyader, N., Chauvin, A., & Peyrin, C. (2014). Coarse-to-Fine categorization of visual scenes in scene-selective cortex. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 26 (10), 2287-2297.
  • Valdois, S., Peyrin, C., Lassus-Sangosse, D., Lallier, M., Démonet, J.F., Kandel, S. (2014). Dyslexia in a French-Spanish bilingual girl : Behavioural and Neural modulations following a visual attention span intervention. Cortex, 53, 120-145.
  • Fradcourt, B., Peyrin, C., Baciu, M., Campagne, A. (2013). Behavioral assessment of emotional and motivational appraisal during visual processing of emotional scenes depending on spatial frequencies. Brain and Cognition, 83 (1), 104-113.
  • Peyrin, C. (2013). Les détails ne nous sautent pas aux yeux. La Recherche, 477, 80-82.
  • Musel, B., Bordier, C., Dojat, M., Pichat, C., Chokron, S., Le Bas, J.F., & Peyrin, C. (2013). Retinotopic and lateralized processing of spatial frequencies in human visual cortex during scene categorization. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 25 (8), 1315-1331.
  • Reilhac, C., Peyrin, C., Démonet, J.F., & Valdois, S. (2013). Role of the superior parietal lobules in letter identity processing within strings : FMRI evidence from skilled and dyslexic readers. Neuropsychologia, 51 (4), 601-612.
  • Perez, C., Peyrin, C., Cavézian, C., Cousin, E., Coubard, O., Raz, N., Levin, N., Doucet, G., Andersson, F., Obadia, M., Gout, O., Héran, F., Savatovsky, J., & Chokron, S. (2013). An fMRI investigation of the cortical network underlying detection and categorization abilities in hemianopic patients. Brain topography. 26 (2), 264-277.
  • Musel, B., Chauvin, A., Guyader, N., Chokron, S., & Peyrin, C. (2012). Is coarse-to-fine strategy sensitive to normal aging ? PLoS One, 7 (6) : e38493.
  • Lobier, M., Peyrin, C., Le Bas, J.F., & Valdois, S. (2012). Pre-orthographic character string processing and parietal cortex : A role for visual attention in reading ? Neuropsychologia, 50 (9), 2195-2204.
  • Peyrin, C., Lallier, M., Démonet, J.F., Baciu, M., Pernet, C., Le Bas, J.F., & Valdois, S. (2012). Neural dissociation of phonological and visual attention span in developmental dyslexia : FMRI evidence from two case reports. Brain and Language, 120, 381-394.
  • Musel, B., Hera, R., Chokron, S., Alleysson, D., Chiquet, C., Romanet, J.P., Guyader, N., & Peyrin, C. (2011). Residual abilities in age-related macular degeneration patients to process spatial frequencies during natural scenes categorization. Visual Neuroscience, 28, 529-541.
  • Fautrelle, L., Pichat, C., Ricolfi, F., Peyrin, C., & Bonnetblanc, F. (2011). Catching falling objects : the role of the cerebellum in processing sensory-motor errors that may influence updating of feedforward commands. An fMRI study. Neuroscience, 190, 135-144.
  • Peyrin, C., Démonet, J.F., N’guyen-Morel, M.A., Le Bas, J.F., & Valdois, S. (2011). Superior parietal lobules dysfunction in a homogeneous group of dyslexic children with a visual attention span disorder. Brain and Language, 118 (3), 128-138.
  • Coubard, O. A., Perez, C., Kazandjian, S., Gaudry, I., Marendaz, C., Guyader, N., Peyrin, C., & Chokron, S. (2011). Visual demand and visual field presentation influence natural scene processing. Graefes Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 249 (2), 223-232.
  • Peyrin, C., Michel, C., Schwartz, S., Seghier, M., Thut, G., Landis, T., Marendaz, C. & Vuilleumier, P. (2010). The neural substrates and timing of top-down processes during coarse-to-fine categorization of visual scenes : A combined fMRI and ERP study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22 (12), 2768-2780.
  • Cavézian, C., Gaudry, I., Perez, C., Coubard, O., Doucet, G., Peyrin, C., Marendaz, C., Obadia, M., Gout, O., & Chokron, S. (2010). Specific impairments in visual processing following lesion side in hemianopic patients. Cortex, 46 (9), 1123-1131.
  • Perez, C., Cavézian, C., Peyrin, C., Coubard, O., Doucet, G., Andersson, F., Gout, O., Savatovsky, J., & Chokron, S. (2009). Plasticité des aires visuelles corticales après une lésion rétro-chiasmatique : approche en neuro-imagerie. Revue de Neuropsychologie, Neurosciences cognitives et cliniques, 1(3), 1-7.
  • Lallier, M., Thierry, G., Tainturier, M.J., Donnadieu, S., Peyrin, C., Billard, C., & Valdois, S. (2009). Auditory and visual stream segregation in children and adults : An assessment of the amodality assumption of the ’sluggish attentional shifting’ theory of dyslexia. Brain Research, 1302, 132-147.
  • Kalénine, S., Peyrin, C., Pichat, C., Segebarth, C., Bonthoux, F. & Baciu, M. (2009). The sensory-motor specificity of taxonomic and thematic conceptual relations : A behavioral and fMRI study. Neuroimage, 44 (3), 1152-1162.
  • Mermillod, M., Vuilleumier, P., Peyrin, C., Alleysson, D., & Marendaz, C. (2009). The Importance of Low Spatial Frequency Information for Recognizing Fearful Facial Expressions. Connection Science, 21 (1), 75-83.
  • Rousset S., Peyrin C., Cousin E., Kandel S., Baussand V., Baciu M. (2009). Exploration de la spécialisation hémisphérique du traitement d’objets en utilisant un paradigme d’amorçage en champ visuel divisé. Cahiers Romans de Sciences Cognitives, In Cognito, Vol 1, Nr.3.
  • Cousin, E., Peyrin, C., Pichat, C., Lamalle, L., Le Bas, J.F. & Baciu, M. (2007). Functional MRI approach for assessing hemispheric predominance of regions activated by a phonological and a semantic task. European Journal of Radiology. 63 (2), 274-285.
  • Peyrin, C., Mermillod, M., Chokron, S., & Marendaz, C. (2006). Effect of temporal constraints on hemispheric asymmetries during spatial frequency processing. Brain and Cognition. 62 (3), 214-220.
  • Mermillod, M., Guyader, N., Peyrin, C., Alleysson, D., and Marendaz, C. (2006). Avantage computationnel de l’information de basse fréquence spatiale dans la reconnaissance d’expressions faciales de peur par un reseau de neurones artificiels. Cahiers Romans de Sciences Cognitives InCognito , 3 (1), 23-36.
  • Cousin, E., Peyrin, C. & Baciu, M. (2006). Hemispheric predominance assessment of phonology and semantics. A divided visual field experiment. Brain and Cognition, 61 (3), 298-304.
  • Valdois, S., Carbonnel, S., Juphard, A., Baciu, M., Ans, B., Peyrin, C. & Segebarth, C. (2006). Polysyllabic pseudo-word processing in reading and lexical decision : Converging evidence from behavioural data, simulations and functional MRI. Brain Research. 1085 (1), 149-162.
  • Peyrin, C., Chokron, S., Guyader, N., Gout, O., Moret, J. & Marendaz, C. (2006). Neural correlates of spatial frequency processing : A neuropsychological approach. Brain Research, 1073-1074, 1-10.
  • Peyrin, C., Schwartz, S., Seghier, M., Michel, C., Landis, T., & Vuilleumier, P. (2005). Hemispheric specialization of human inferior temporal cortex during coarse-to-fine and fine-to-coarse analysis of natural visual scenes. NeuroImage, 28 (2), 464-473.
  • Ballaz, C., Boutsen, L., Peyrin, C., Humphreys, G. W. & Marendaz, C. (2005). Visual search for object orientation can be modulated by canonical orientation. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance, 31 (1), 20-39.
  • Peyrin, C., Baciu, M., Segebarth, C., & Marendaz, C. (2004). Cerebral Regions and Hemispheric Specialization for Processing Spatial Frequencies during Natural Scene Recognition. An Event-Related fMRI Study. NeuroImage, 23 (2), 697-706.
  • Guyader, N., Chauvin, A., Peyrin, C., Hérault, J., & Marendaz, C. (2004). Image phase or amplitude ? Rapid scene categorization is an amplitude based process. Comptes Rendus Biologies, 327 (4), 313-318.
  • Peyrin, C., Chauvin, A., Chokron, S., & Marendaz, C. (2003). Hemispheric specialization for spatial frequency processing in the analysis of natural scenes. Brain and Cognition, 53 (2), 278-282.
  • Ballaz, C., Chauvin, A., Marendaz, C., & Peyrin, C. (2001). L’orientation canonique comme déterminant de la saillance perceptive. Incognito, 22, 37-46.

Chapters

  • Peyrin, C., & Musel, B. (2012). On the specific role of the occipital cortex during natural scene recognition : Psychophysical, neuroimaging and neuropsychological approach. In S. Molotchnikoff & J. Rouat (Eds). Visual Cortex. InTech. ISBN : 978-953-51-0760-6.
  • Valdois, S., Peyrin, C., & Baciu, M. (2008). The neurobiological correlates of developmental dyslexia. In S. Fuchs, (Ed), Some aspects of speech and the brain : Peter Lang Verlag publisher.
  • Peyrin, C., Lallier, M., & Valdois, S. (2008). Visual attention span brain mechansims in normal and dyslexic readers. In M. Baciu (Ed.), Neuropsychology and Cognition of language : Behavioural, neuropsychological and neuroimaging studies of spoken and written language, (pp 22-40) : Research Signpost.
  • Chauvin, A., Hérault, J., Marendaz, C., & Peyrin, C. (2002). Natural scene perception : Visual attractors and images processing. In W. Lowe & J. A. Bullinaria (Eds.), Connectionist models of cognition and perception (pp. 236-248) : World Scientific, Singapore.

Research Habilitation

  • Perception visuelle de scènes naturelles : Modélisation neurocognitive et applications cliniques”. Université Pierre Mendès France, Grenoble, France.

Doctorat

Database - Open Science Framework

https://osf.io/xjdq4/
ReCor Database
Contributors : Carole Peyrin
Date created : 2018-04-12 | Last Updated : 2018-04-12
Identifier : DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/XJDQ4
Description : The database is composed of a few hundred black and white photographs of scenes (256 grey scales) belonging to different semantic categories. Photographs were taken with our personal digital cameras.

  • Example of Citations :
    - in Materials and Methods : Stimuli were black and white photographs of scenes selected from the ReCor Database (Peyrin, 2018 ; osf.io/xjdq4)
    - in References : Peyrin, C. (2018). ReCor Database. http://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/XJDQ4

https://osf.io/ur9y5/
Scene-Object Database
Contributors : Alexia Roux-Sibilon, Carole Peyrin
Date created : 2019-09-25 | Last Updated : 2019-09-27
Identifier : DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/UR9Y5
Description : Stimuli set including scenes and objects that can be used in combination. Stimuli used in : Roux-Sibilon, A., Trouilloud, A., Kauffmann, L., Guyader, N., Mermillod, M., & Peyrin, C. (2019). Influence of peripheral vision on object categorization in central vision. Journal of Vision, 19(14):7, 1-16.
Wiki : The Scene-Object database is a collection of photographs of indoor and outdoor (natural) scenes and of two categories of objects (animals and pieces of furniture). Stimuli can be used for research on object recognition, scene recognition and more. It can also be used to study scene-object influences (e.g., context effect).
Original images have been downloaded from the image bank Pixabay (https://pixabay.com/fr/) under Creative Commons Zero license, or from Google Images researches of copyright-free pictures.

https://osf.io/mfhx5/
Influence of information in peripheral vision on object categorization in central vision
Contributors : Alexia Roux-Sibilon, Carole Peyrin
Date created : 2017-09-13 | Last Updated : 2019-12-16
Identifier : 10.17605/OSF.IO/MFHX5
Description : Stimuli are from the Scene-Object database (https://osf.io/ur9y5/). The selection includes congruent and incongruent scenes and objects combinations. Object visibility is parametrically manipulated with a scrambled parameter (seven versions of each object). Stimuli used in : Roux-Sibilon, A., Trouilloud, A., Kauffmann, L., Guyader, N., Mermillod, M., & Peyrin, C. (2019). Influence of peripheral vision on object categorization in central vision. Journal of Vision, 19(14):7, 1-16.

https://osf.io/sahkf/
Holistic processing mediates involuntary but not ultra-rapid orienting responses toward faces.
Contributors : Louise Kauffmann, Nathalie Guyader
Date created : 2019-10-10 11:45 AM | Last Updated : 2019-10-14 03:13 PM
Identifier : 10.31234/osf.io/4j9fq
Description : Stimuli used in Kauffmann et al. (submitted). Holistic processing mediates involuntary but not ultra-rapid orienting responses toward faces.

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Contributors : Audrey Trouilloud, Pauline Rossel, Carole Peyrin
Date created : 2019-12-11 02:55 PM | Last Updated : 2020-05-13 10:29 AM
Identifier : 10.17605/osf.io/ke6np
Description : Stimuli used in Trouilloud, A., Kauffmann, L., Roux-Sibilon, A., Rossel, P., Boucart, M., Mermillod, M., & Peyrin, C. (2020). Rapid scene categorization : From coarse peripheral vision to fine central vision. Vision Research, 170, 60-72. doi : https://doi.org/10.1016/j.visres.2020.02.008