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  • Parron C & Fagot J. First- and second-order configural sensitivity for greeble stimuli in baboons. Learning and Behavior (En révision)
  • Fagot, J., Thompson, R.K.R. & Parron, C. (sous presse). How to read a picture : Lessons from nonhuman primates. PNAS.
  • Fagot J & Parron C. Relational Matching in baboons with reduced grouping requirements. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Animal Behavior Processes (Sous presse).
  • Parron C & Washburn D. Contrasting the edge- and the surface-based theories of object recognition : Behavioral evidence from macaques. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Animal Behavior Processes (Sous presse).
  • Fagot J, Bonte E, & Parron C. 2009 Concept of uprightness in baboons : Assessment with pictures of realistic scene. Animal Cognition 12, 369:379.
  • Fagot J. & Parron C. Visual cognition in nonhuman primates. In Lazaverra, O, Shimizu, T. & Wasserman, E.A. (Eds.). How animals see the world. Oxford Psychology Press. (Sous presse).
  • Parron C, Dafonseca D, Mancini J, Monfardini E, Santos A & Deruelle C. 2008. Processing of biological motion point-light displays in children with Asperger Syndrom Disorder : the particular case of emotional animation. Autism 12 : 261-274.
  • Parron C, Call J & Fagot J. 2008. Behavioural responses to photographs by pictorially naïve baboons (Papio anubis), gorillas (Gorilla gorilla) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes). Behavioral Processes 78 : 351-357.
  • Parron C & Fagot J. 2007. Baboons (Papio papio) spontaneously process the first- but not second-order configural properties of faces. American journal of primatology 70 : 415-422.
  • Parron C & Fagot J. 2007. Comparative assessment of grouping abilities in Humans (Homo sapiens) and Baboons (Papio papio) with the Ebbinghaus illusion. Journal of Comparative Psychology 121 : 405-411.
  • Parron C, Deruelle C & Fagot J. 2007. Processing of biological motion point-light displays by baboons (Papio papio). Journal of Experimental Psychology : Animal Behavior Processes 33 : 381-391.
  • de Fockert J, Davidoff J, Fagot J, Parron C & Goldstein J. 2007. More accurate size contrast judgments in the Ebbinghaus illusion by a remote culture. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance 33 : 738-742.
  • Fagot J, Barbet I, Parron C & Deruelle C. 2006. Amodal completion by baboons (Papio papio) : contribution of background depth cues. Primates 47 : 145-150.
  • Save E, Hock V, Renaudineau S, Parron C, Poucet B. 2008. Cue and goal encoding in the rat : a source of inspiration for robotics ? ME Jefferies, W-K Yeap (Eds.), Robotics and Cognitive Approaches to Spatial Mapping. Series : Springer Tracts in Advanced Robotics, Vol. 38 (pp. 163-180). Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer.
  • Parron C, Poucet B & Save E. 2006. Cooperation between the hippocampus and the entorhinal cortex in spatial memory : a disconnection study. Behavioural Brain Research 170 : 99-109.
  • Parron C & Save E. 2004. Evidence for entorhinal and parietal cortices involvement in path integration in the rat. Experimental Brain Research 159 : 349-359.
  • Parron C, Poucet B & Save E. 2004. Entorhinal cortex lesions impair the use of distal and proximal landmarks during place navigation in the rat. Behavioural Brain Research 154 : 345-352.
  • Parron C & Save E. 2004. Comparison of the effects of entorhinal and retrosplenial cortical lesions on habituation, reaction to spatial and non spatial changes during object exploration in the rat. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 82 : 1-11.
  • Parron C, Poucet B & Save E. 2001. Reevaluation of the spatial memory deficits induced by hippocampal inactivation reveals the need for cortical co-operation. Behavioural Brain Research 127 : 71-79.
  • Sakai A, Fujita K, Parron C & Fagot J. (2007). Preliminary evidence for size constancy illusion in baboons (Papio papio) induced by texture gradients. Perception (36). ECVP Abstract Supplement, Page 209.
  • Parron C & Save E. 2003. Evidence for entorhinal and parietal cortices involvement in path integration in the rat. European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS) meeting Abstracts.
  • Parron C, Poucet B & Save E. 2002. Effects of entorhinal and retrosplenial cortical lesions on the use of distal and proximal landmarks during navigation in rats. Forum of European Neuroscience (FENS) meeting Abstracts. n° 174.27.
  • Parron C, Poucet B & Save E. 2001. Entorhinal cortex lesions in rats impair the use of distal landmarks but not of proximal landmarks during navigation. Behavioural Pharmacology 12 Supplement 1, S 75.
  • Parron C & Fagot J. Traitement des relations configurales de premier et de second-ordre : cas de la reconnaissance des greebles chez le babouin. Colloque de la Société Francophone De Primatologie (SFDP), 21-23 octobre 2009, Liège. Communication orale.
  • Parron C & Washburn D. Object recognition in monkeys : a behavioural contribution to the edge- and the surface-based theories. 49th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society 13-16 November 2008, Chicago. Communication écrite.
  • Parron C. La reconnaissance d’objets représentés chez les primates nonhumains. Séminaire du Laboratoire de Psychologie Cognitive, Université de Provence, Octobre 2008, Marseille. Communication orale sur invitation.
  • Parron C. Object recognition in monkeys : a behavioural contribution to the edge- and the surface-based theories. Post-Doc day INCM, 16 Mai 2008. Marseille. Communication Orale.
  • Parron C & Fagot J. Processing of two-dimensional stimuli representing faces in baboons (Papio papio) : Spontaneous access to first-order but not to second-order configural properties of faces. SEDSU workshop 6-7 December 2007, London. Communication orale.
  • Parron C & Fagot J. Le traitement des informations configurales de premier et de second-ordre lors d’une tâche de discrimination de visages chez le babouin (Papio papio). Colloque de la Société Francophone De Primatologie (SFDP), 22-24 octobre 2007, Paris. Communication orale.
  • Parron C. From the results of processing two-dimensional pictures by non-human primates to the characterization of the internal surface features of objects essential in picture recognition. Hard Data Café, Georgia State University, 10 Septembre 2007, Atlanta. Communication orale sur invitation.
  • Parron C, Deruelle C & Fagot J. Processing of biological motion point-light displays by baboons (Papio papio). International Conference on Comparative Cognition , 14-17 Mars 2007, Melbourne, Florida. Communication orale.
  • Sakai, A., Fujita, K., Parron, C. & Fagot, J. (2007). Preliminary evidence for size constancy illusion in baboons (Papio papio) induced by texture gradients. ECVP septembre, Arrezo, Italy.
  • Parron C & Fagot J. La perception des photographies : discrimination ou différenciation ? Etude comparative chez les babouins (Papio anubis), les chimpanzés (Pan Troglodytes), et les gorilles (Gorilla gorilla). Colloque de la Société Francophone De Primatologie (SFDP), 18-20 octobre 2006, Strasbourg. Communication orale.
  • Parron C, Call J & Fagot J. Processing of two-dimensional representations of real objects by baboons (Papio papio). Symposium of the SEDSU project, 29-30 Septembre 2006, Lund. Communication orale sur invitation.
  • Parron C, Deruelle C & Fagot J. Processing of biological motion point-light displays by baboons (Papio papio). SEDSU Marseille Meeting, 5-6 Decembre 2005, Marseille. Communication orale.
  • Parron C & Save E. - Rôle du cortex entorhinal dans divers comportements spatiaux chez le rat. Journée de rencontre multidisciplinaire de l’IFR Sciences de la Vie et de la Santé., 25 Mars 2004, Baume-les-Aix. Communication orale.
  • Parron C & Save E. Evidence for entorhinal and parietal cortices involvement in path integration in the rat. 35th Annual General Meeting of the European Brain and Behaviour Society (EBBS), 17-20 Septembre 2003, Barcelone. Poster.
  • Parron C & Save E. Effets de lésions du cortex entorhinal dans une tâche de navigation distale et proximale chez le rat. Laboratoire de Neurobiologie de la Cognition, Mars 2003, Marseille. Communication orale.
  • Parron C. La coopération cortico-hippocampique dans la mémoire spatiale chez le rat. Journée de l’Ecole Doctorale des Sciences de la Vie et de la Santé., Décembre 2002, Marseille. Communication orale.
  • Parron C, Poucet B & Save E. Effects of entorhinal and retrosplenial cortical lesions on the use of distal and proximal landmarks during navigation in rats. Third Forum of European Neuroscience (FENS), 13-17Juillet 2002, Paris. Poster.
  • Parron C & Save E. Différences dans le traitement des informations distales et des informations proximales dans une tâche spatiale chez le rat. Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences Cognitives, Mars 2002, Marseille. Communication orale.
  • Parron C, Poucet B & Save E. Entorhinal cortex lesions in rats impair the use of distal landmarks but not of proximal landmarks during navigation. First joint meeting of the EBBS and EBPS, 8-12 Septembre 2001, Marseille. Poster.
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