Sylvain Hanneton
Sylvain Hanneton
Maître de Conférences, Université Paris Descartes
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Columns for complex visual object features in the inferotemporal cortex: clustering of cells with similar but slightly different stimulus selectivities
K Tanaka
Cerebral cortex 13 (1), 90-99, 2003
Learning to perceive with a visuo—auditory substitution system: localisation and object recognition with ‘The Voice’
M Auvray, S Hanneton, JK O'Regan
Perception 36 (3), 416-430, 2007
Sensory substitution: Limits and perspectives
C Lenay, O Gapenne, S Hanneton, C Marque, C Genouëlle
Touching for knowing, 275-292, 2003
Three-dimensional scapular kinematics and scapulohumeral rhythm in patients with glenohumeral osteoarthritis or frozen shoulder
F Fayad, A Roby-Brami, C Yazbeck, S Hanneton, MM Lefevre-Colau, ...
Journal of biomechanics 41 (2), 326-332, 2008
3-D scapular kinematics during arm elevation: effect of motion velocity
F Fayad, G Hoffmann, S Hanneton, C Yazbeck, MM Lefevre-Colau, ...
Clinical biomechanics 21 (9), 932-941, 2006
There is something out there: distal attribution in sensory substitution, twenty years later
M Auvray, S Hanneton, C Lenay, K O'REGAN
Journal of integrative neuroscience 4 (04), 505-521, 2005
La substitution sensorielle. Limites et perspectives
C Lenay, O Gapenne, S Hanneton, C Marque, C Genouëlle, ...
Toucher pour Connaître. Psychologie Cognitive de la Perception Tactile …, 2000
Does the brain use sliding variables for the control of movements?
S Hanneton, A Berthoz, J Droulez, JJE Slotine
Biological cybernetics 77 (6), 381-393, 1997
The Vibe: a versatile vision-to-audition sensory substitution device
S Hanneton, M Auvray, B Durette
Applied Bionics and Biomechanics 7 (4), 269-276, 2010
How to extend the elbow with a weak or paralyzed triceps: control of arm kinematics for aiming in C6–C7 quadriplegic patients
G Hoffmann, I Laffont, S Hanneton, A Roby-Brami
Neuroscience 139 (2), 749-765, 2006
Speed-accuracy tradeoff during performance of a tracking task without visual feedback
N Sribunruangrit, CK Marque, C Lenay, S Hanneton, O Gapenne, ...
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering 12 (1 …, 2004
Effect of auditory feedback differs according to side of hemiparesis: a comparative pilot study
JVG Robertson, T Hoellinger, P Lindberg, D Bensmail, S Hanneton, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 6 (1), 45, 2009
Relationship of glenohumeral elevation and 3-dimensional scapular kinematics with disability in patients with shoulder disorders
F Fayad, A Roby-Brami, V Gautheron, MM Lefevre-Colau, S Hanneton, ...
Journal of rehabilitation medicine 40 (6), 456-460, 2008
Dynamics of shape recognition through a minimal visuo-tactile sensory substitution interface
S Hanneton, O Gapenne, C Genouel, C Lenay, C Marque
Third international conference on cognitive and neural systems, 1999
From ear to hand: the role of the auditory-motor loop in pointing to an auditory source
EO Boyer, BM Babayan, F Bevilacqua, M Noisternig, O Warusfel, ...
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 7, 26, 2013
The trunk as a part of the kinematic chain for arm elevation in healthy subjects and in patients with frozen shoulder
F Fayad, S Hanneton, MM Lefevre-Colau, S Poiraudeau, M Revel, ...
Brain research 1191, 107-115, 2008
Periodically modulated inhibition and its postsynaptic consequences—I. General features. Influence of modulation frequency
JP Segundo, JF Vibert, M Stiber, S Hanneton
Neuroscience 68 (3), 657-692, 1995
Coaching the Wii
S Hanneton
Haptic Audio visual Environments and Games, 2009. HAVE 2009. IEEE …, 2009
Periodically modulated inhibition and its postsynaptic consequences—II. Influence of modulation slope, depth, range, noise and of postsynaptic natural discharges
JP Segundo, M Stiber, JF Vibert, S Hanneton
Neuroscience 68 (3), 693-719, 1995
On composition of meromorphic functions in several complex variables
DC Chang, BQ Li, CC Yang
Forum Mathematicum 7 (7), 77-94, 1995
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