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Pourquoi ne percevons-nous pas le monde bouger lorsque nous faisons des saccades oculaires ?

Stable perception of the world despite a non-coherent retinal inflow.

Mathôt, S., Melmi, J.-B., & Castet, E. (2015). Intrasaccadic perception triggers pupillary constriction. PeerJ, 3, e1150.

Castet, E. (2010). Perception of intrasaccadic motion. In G. S. Masson & U. J. Ilg (Éd.), Dynamics of Visual Motion Processing : Neuronal, Behavioral and Computational Approaches (p. 213‑238). New York : Springer. [pdf]

Castet, E., Jeanjean, S. & Masson, S.J. (2002). Motion perception of saccade-induced retinal translation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 99, 15159-63.[pdf]

Castet, E., Jeanjean, S. & Masson, G.S. (2001). ’Saccadic suppression’ : no need for an active extra-retinal mechanism. Trends in Neurosciences, 24, 317-318.[pdf]

Castet, E. & Masson, G. S. (2000). Motion perception during saccadic eye movements. Nature Neuroscience, 3, 177-183. [pdf]


Lecture de phrases et mouvements des yeux : DMLA et vision normale

Calabrèse, A., Bernard, J.-B., Faure, G., Hoffart, L., & Castet, E. (2014). Eye movements and reading speed in macular disease : the shrinking perceptual span hypothesis requires and is supported by a mediation analysis. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 55(6), 3638 3645.[pdf]

Bernard, J.-B., Calabrèse, A., & Castet, E. (2014) Role of syllable segmentation processes in peripheral word recognition. Vision research, 105 (0), 226-232.

Yao-N’Dré, M., Castet, E., & Vitu, F. (2014). Inter-word eye behaviour during reading is not invariant to character size : Evidence against systematic saccadic range error in reading. Visual Cognition, 22(3-4), 415 440.

Yao-N’dré, M., Castet, E., & Vitu, F. (2013). The Optimal Viewing Position effect in the lower visual field. Vision research, 76, 114 123.

Castet, E., & Crossland, M. (2012). Quantifying eye stability during a fixation task : a review of definitions and methods. Seeing and perceiving, 25(5), 449-469.

Aguilar, C. and Castet E. (2011). Gaze-contingent simulation of retinopathy : some potential pitfalls and remedies. Vision Res, 51(9) : 997-1012.

Calabrèse, A., Bernard, J.-B., Hoffart, L., Faure, G., Barouch, F., Conrath, J., & Castet, E. (2011). Wet versus dry age-related macular degeneration in patients with central field loss : different effects on maximum reading speed. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 52(5) : 2417-24.

Calabrèse, A., Bernard, J.-B., Hoffart, L., Faure, G., Barouch, F., Conrath, J., & Castet, E. (2010). Small effect of interline spacing on reading speed in low vision patients with central field loss irrespective of scotoma size. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 51 (2), 1247-54.

Scherlen, A.C., Bernard, J.B., Calabrese, A., & Castet, E. (2008). Page mode reading with simulated scotomas : oculo-motor patterns. Vision Res, 48 (18), 1870-1878.

Bernard, J-B, Scherlen A-C & Castet E. (2007). Page mode reading with simulated scotomas : A modest effect of interline spacing on reading speed. Vision Research, 47 (28), 3447-3459.


Attention et Saccades oculaires

Filali-Sadouk, N., Castet, E., Olivier, E., & Zenon, A. (2010). Similar effect of cueing conditions on attentional and saccadic temporal dynamics. Journal of Vision, 10 (4), 1-13.

Montagnini, A., & Castet, E. (2007). Spatiotemporal dynamics of visual attention during saccade preparation : Independence and coupling between attention and movement planning. Journal of Vision, 7(14):8, 1-16,

Castet, E., Jeanjean, S., Montagnini, A., Laugier, D., & Masson, G. S. (2006). Dynamics of attentional deployment during saccadic programming. Journal of Vision, 6(3), 196-212,


Perception visuelle de bas niveau

Barthelemy, F.V., Perrinet, L.U., Castet, E., & Masson, G.S. (2008). Dynamics of distributed 1D and 2D motion representations for short-latency ocular following. Vision Res, 48 (4), 501-522.

L. Hoffart, J. Conrath, F. Matonti, F. Galland, N. Wotawa, F. Chavane, E. Castet, B. Ridings, G. S. Masson. (2007). Retinotopic organization of the human visual cortex : a 3T fMRI study. J Fr. Ophtalmol., 30, 8, 830-836.

Montagnini, A., Mamassian, P., Perrinet, L., Castet, E., Masson, G.S. (2007) Bayesian modelling of dynamic motion integrationJournal of Physiology - Paris. 101/1-3, 64-77.

Masson, G. S. & Castet, E. (2002). Parallel motion processing for the initiation of short-latency ocular following in humans. Journal of Neuroscience, 22, 5149-63.

Castet, E., Keeble, D.T. & Verstraten, F.A.J. (2002). Nulling the motion aftereffect with dynamic random-dot stimuli : limitations and implications. Journal of Vision, 2(4), 302-311,

Morgan, M. J. & Castet, E. (2002). High temporal frequency synchrony is insufficient for perceptual grouping. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 269, 513-516.

Masson, G. S., Rybarczyk, Y., Castet, E. & Mestre, D. (2000). Temporal dynamics of motion integration for the initiation of tracking eye movements at ultra-short latencies. Visual Neuroscience, 17, 753-767.

Castet, E. & Zanker, J. (1999). Long-range interactions in the spatial integration of motion signals. Spatial Vision, 12, 287-307.

Castet, E., Charton V. & Dufour A. (1999). The extrinsic/intrinsic classification of 2D motion signals in the barberpole illusion. Vision Research, 39, 915-932.

Morgan, M. J., Ward, R. M. & Castet, E. (1998). Visual search for a tilted target : tests of spatial uncertainty models. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 51A, 347-370.

Morgan, M. J. & Castet, E. (1997). The aperture problem in stereopsis. Vision Research, 37, 2737-2744.

Castet E. & Wuerger, S. (1997). Perception of moving lines : interactions between local perpendicular signals and 2D motion signals. Vision Research, 37, 705-720.

Castet E. & Morgan, M. J. (1996). Apparent speed of type I symmetrical plaids. Vision Research, 36, 223-232.

Morgan M. J. & Castet E. (1995). Stereoscopic depth perception at high velocities. Nature, 378, 380-383.

Castet E.. (1995). Apparent speed of sampled motion. Vision Research, 35, 1375-1384.

Castet E. (1994). Effect of the ISI on the visible persistence of stimuli in apparent motion. Vision Research, 34, 2103-2114.

Castet E., Lorenceau J., Shiffrar M. & Bonnet C. (1993). Perceived speed of moving lines depends on orientation, length, speed and luminance. Vision Research, 33, 1921-1936.

Castet E., Lorenceau J. & Bonnet C. (1993). The inverse intensity effect is not lost with stimuli in apparent motion. Vision Research, 33, 1697-1708.

Lorenceau J., Shiffrar M., Wells N. & Castet E. (1993). Different motion sensitive units are involved in recovering the direction of moving lines. Vision Research, 33, 1207-1217.