Michèle FabreThorpe
Michèle FabreThorpe
CNRS Emeritus Research Director (DR1),CerCo (CNRS-UT3), TMBI (Univ. Toulouse)
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A limit to the speed of processing in ultra-rapid visual categorization of novel natural scenes
M Fabre-Thorpe, A Delorme, C Marlot, S Thorpe
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 13 (2), 171-180, 2001
4272001
Parallel processing in high-level categorization of natural images
GA Rousselet, M Fabre-Thorpe, SJ Thorpe
Nature neuroscience 5 (7), 629-630, 2002
4002002
Seeking categories in the brain
SJ Thorpe, M Fabre-Thorpe
Science 291 (5502), 260-263, 2001
3432001
Rapid categorization of natural images by rhesus monkeys
M Fabre-Thorpe, G Richard, SJ Thorpe
Neuroreport 9 (2), 303-308, 1998
2571998
Processing scene context: Fast categorization and object interference
OR Joubert, GA Rousselet, D Fize, M Fabre-Thorpe
Vision research 47 (26), 3286-3297, 2007
2532007
The time course of visual processing: Backward masking and natural scene categorisation
N Bacon-Macé, MJM Macé, M Fabre-Thorpe, SJ Thorpe
Vision research 45 (11), 1459-1469, 2005
2412005
How long to get to the “gist” of real-world natural scenes?
G Rousselet, O Joubert, M Fabre-Thorpe
Visual cognition 12 (6), 852-877, 2005
2262005
Is it an animal? Is it a human face? Fast processing in upright and inverted natural scenes
GA Rousselet, MJM Macé, M Fabre-Thorpe
Journal of vision 3 (6), 5-5, 2003
2232003
Ultra-rapid categorisation of natural scenes does not rely on colour cues: a study in monkeys and humans
A Delorme, G Richard, M Fabre-Thorpe
Vision research 40 (16), 2187-2200, 2000
2232000
Detection of animals in natural images using far peripheral vision
SJ Thorpe, KR Gegenfurtner, M Fabre‐Thorpe, HH BuÈlthoff
European Journal of Neuroscience 14 (5), 869-876, 2001
2222001
How parallel is visual processing in the ventral pathway?
GA Rousselet, SJ Thorpe, M Fabre-Thorpe
Trends in cognitive sciences 8 (8), 363-370, 2004
2162004
Interaction of top-down and bottom-up processing in the fast visual analysis of natural scenes
A Delorme, GA Rousselet, MJM Macé, M Fabre-Thorpe
Cognitive Brain Research 19 (2), 103-113, 2004
2142004
The characteristics and limits of rapid visual categorization
M Fabre-Thorpe
Frontiers in psychology 2, 243, 2011
1832011
Interaction of the amygdala with the frontal lobe in reward memory
D Gaffan, EA Murray, M Fabre‐Thorpe
European Journal of Neuroscience 5 (7), 968-975, 1993
1541993
The time-course of visual categorizations: you spot the animal faster than the bird
MJM Macé, OR Joubert, JL Nespoulous, M Fabre-Thorpe
PloS one 4 (6), e5927, 2009
1382009
Animal and human faces in natural scenes: How specific to human faces is the N170 ERP component?
GA Rousselet, MJM Macé, M Fabre-Thorpe
Journal of vision 4 (1), 2-2, 2004
1362004
Laterality in cats: paw preference and performance in a visuomotor activity
M Fabre-Thorpe, J Fagot, E Lorincz, F Levesque, J Vauclair
Cortex 29 (1), 15-24, 1993
1241993
From single-trial EEG to brain area dynamics
A Delorme, S Makeig, M Fabre-Thorpe, T Sejnowski
Neurocomputing 44, 1057-1064, 2002
1212002
Early interference of context congruence on object processing in rapid visual categorization of natural scenes
OR Joubert, D Fize, GA Rousselet, M Fabre-Thorpe
Journal of Vision 8 (13), 11-11, 2008
1032008
Processing of one, two or four natural scenes in humans: the limits of parallelism
GA Rousselet, SJ Thorpe, M Fabre-Thorpe
Vision research 44 (9), 877-894, 2004
982004
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