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Functional reorganization of the attentional networks in low-grade glioma patients: a longitudinal study
P Charras, G Herbet, J Deverdun, NM De Champfleur, H Duffau, ...
Cortex 63, 27-41, 2015
SMA selectively codes the active accumulation of temporal, not spatial, magnitude
JT Coull, P Charras, M Donadieu, S Droit-Volet, F Vidal
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (11), 2281-2298, 2015
Length perception of horizontal and vertical bisected lines
P Charras, J Lupiáñez
Psychological Research PRPF 74 (2), 196-206, 2010
Cue and target processing modulate the onset of inhibition of return.
S Gabay, AB Chica, P Charras, MJ Funes, A Henik
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 38 (1), 42, 2012
The relevance of symmetry in line length perception
P Charras, J Lupiáñez
Perception 38 (10), 1428-1438, 2009
Endogenous attention and illusory line motion depend on task set
AB Chica, P Charras, J Lupiáñez
Vision Research 48 (21), 2251-2259, 2008
Is 26+ 26 smaller than 24+ 28? Estimating the approximate magnitude of repeated versus different numbers
P Charras, G Brod, J Lupiáñez
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74 (1), 163-173, 2012
Dissecting the component deficits of perceptual imbalance in visual neglect: Evidence from horizontal–vertical length comparisons
P Charras, J Lupiáñez, R Migliaccio, M Toba, P Pradat-Diehl, C Duret, ...
Cortex 48 (5), 540-552, 2012
Attentional orienting in virtual reality using endogenous and exogenous cues in auditory and visual modalities
R Soret, P Charras, C Hurter, V Peysakhovich
Proceedings of the 11th ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research …, 2019
Additions are biased by operands: evidence from repeated versus different operands
P Charras, E Molina, J Lupiáñez
Psychological research 78 (2), 248-265, 2014
The spatial representation of time can be flexibly oriented in the frontal or lateral planes from an early age.
P Charras, S Droit-Volet, C Brechet, JT Coull
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (4), 832, 2017
Assessing the weights of visual neglect: a new approach to dissociate defective symptoms from productive phenomena in length estimation
P Charras, J Lupiáñez, P Bartolomeo
Neuropsychologia 48 (11), 3371-3375, 2010
Asymmetric interhemispheric excitability evidenced by event-related potential amplitude patterns after “wide-awake surgery” of brain tumours
F Bonnetblanc, G Herbet, P Charras, M Hayashibe, D Guiraud, H Duffau, ...
Experimental brain research 232 (12), 3907-3918, 2014
Working memory resource depletion effect in academic learning: steps to an integrated approach
A Tricot, S Puma, R Capa, M Audiffren, N André, F Lespiau, S Roussel, ...
International Symposium on Human Mental Workload: Models and Applications, 13-26, 2020
Eye-tracking and Virtual Reality in 360-degrees: exploring two ways to assess attentional orienting in rear space
R Soret, P Charras, I Khazar, C Hurter, V Peysakhovich
ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, 1-7, 2020
NET-Prep: Neural Bases of Temporal Preparation
P Charras
Attentional Orienting in Front and Rear Spaces in a Virtual Reality Discrimination Task
R Soret, P Charras, C Hurter, V Peysakhovich
Vision 6 (1), 3, 2022
Emotional Context Distorts Both Time and Space in Children
JF Cruz, K Vidaud-Laperrière, C Brechet, P Charras
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science 10 (9), 371-385, 2020
Cognitive Biases in Non-Symbolic Additions
N Sessa, V Frede, P Charras
21st European Society for Cognitive Psychology Conference, Tenerife, 25-28 …, 2019
Orient your Attention in Time: A Paradigm to Assess Endogenous, Exogenous and Rhythmic Modes of Orienting
M Tuffigo, R Soret, P Charras
21e conférence ESCOP, Tenerife, 25-28 septembre 2019, sp, 2019
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