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U864 Seminars
Thesis defence Selene Schintu 18/12/2014 2pm

"The action of prism adaptation on intact visuospatial cognition - when time matters to space"

Michelle Soulier(05/12/14 15:07)
U864 Seminars
Thèse de doctorat Marine Lunven 19/12/2014 8.30

"la disconnexion cérébrale comme facteur explicatif de la chronicité de la négligence spatiale unilatérale"

Michelle Soulier(04/12/14 13:48)
U864 Seminars
Pier Francesco Ferrari 2014-12-11 5.30 pm

"Understanding the mirror mechanism during development – implications for brain plasticity and behavior"

Michelle Soulier(20/11/14 08:54)
IFNL Seminars
Conférence CRNL Zeev Zalevsky* 26/11/2014 3pm

Cortical Adaptation and Visual Enhancement via Depth of Focus Extension and Tactile Stimulation of the Cornea

Michelle Soulier(04/11/14 14:41)
U864 Seminars
Professeur Mattew Longo 2014-09-11

Distorted Body Representations in Healthy Adults

Michelle Soulier(07/08/14 14:25)
U864 Seminars
Yann Coello* 2014/09/04 4pm

The motor and social coding of peripersonal space

Michelle Soulier(16/07/14 15:46)

Welcome to the website of ImpAct

Integrative, Multisensory, Perception, Action and Cognition Team

On 1/01/2011, Unit U864 has joined the new CRNL (Centre de Recherche en Neuroscience de Lyon),(INSERM-CNRS-Lyon1, Dir. O. Bertrand) as the ImpAct team headed by Denis Pélisson

We are a research unit affiliated with INSERM (U1028), with CNRS (UMR 5292), and with Claude Bernard University, Lyon 1, and the Lyon Hospitals. Our unit is member of the Handicap Federation Institute (IFRH25).

Les représentations de l'espace sont éléborées à partir d'informations sensorielles multiples qui doivent être intégrées. La vision, le toucher, la proprioception et le vestibule contribuent de façon primordiale à ces intégration inter-sensorielles. A partir de ces représentations spatiales, notre système nerveux peut générer des commandes motrices appropriées qui permettent de modifier la relation entre notre corps et l'environnement, ou bien d'agir sur l'environnement. Ces commandes motrices concernent le bras et la main, la marche et la posture, mais aussi les mouvements du regard. Notre unité s'attache à étudier la dimension dynamique de ces processus sensori-moteurs: la flexibilité, l'adaptation et la récupération à long terme après lésion cérébrale.

The scientific project of our Unit aims at identifying the spatial and motor representations that underlies the awareness of the body location and the capacity to act on the world. Our efforts are directed towards understanding the pathophysiology of the neurological deficits related to perception, internal representation, and action functions, aiming at the development of neurological rehabilitation techniques.

To know more about our scientific project, see our general presentation and the Research section.

You can also consult the list of members of the lab and get in touch or visit us. A site map is available to help you navigate through the pages of this web site. Do not forget to keep informed on the lab news.