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Yves TROTTER

  • Directeur de Recherche CNRS

    Tél : (+33)(0)5-62-74-45-47

    yves.trotter@cnrs.fr

    Team leader : Space and 3D context (ECO-3D)

    RESEARCH INTERESTS

    My fields of interests are focused on 3-D visual perception and spatial localization. For several years I developed a thematic in the behaving rhesus monkey showing that the primary visual cortex is a cortical site in which a range of retinal and extraretinal signals related to eye position interact for localizing objects in 3-D space, especially in the straight ahead axis. I also investigate visual 3-D perception in human and non human primate using VEP and fMRI techniques. Collaboration with clinics aims at developing rehabilitation protocols using perceptual learning in patients affected by age-related macular degeneration (AMD).

    TECHNICS

    Extracellular recordings, VEP and psychophysics in Human, fMRI in human and non human primate.

    TEACHING

    • - Orthoptie : Faculté de médecine (Toulouse).
    • - DU optométrie : Univ. Paris XI (Orsay )
    • - M2R NCC : Univ. Paul Sabatier (Toulouse)

    COLLABORATIONS

    International :

    • Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway University of London, Royaume-Uni
    • Laboratorium voor Neuro- en Psychofysiologie, KU Leuven Belgique
    • Visual Space Perception Laboratory, University of California Berkeley, Etats-Unis
    • MIT Institute for Brain Research, Etats-Unis

    National :

    • Laboratoire d’Analyse et d’Architecture des Systèmes LAAS, Toulouse
    • Centre de la Rétine, CHU Purpan, Toulouse
    • Service de Neurologie, CHU Purpan, Toulouse
    • IRIT Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse
    • Institut de la Vision , Paris
    • ICM, Institut du cerveau et de la moelle, Paris

    SOME SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

    • B. Cottereau, A.T. Smith, S. Rima, D. Fize, Y. Héjja-Brichard, L. Renaud, C. Lejards, N. Vayssière, Y. Trotter, & J.B. Durand. Processing of egomotion-consistent optic flow in the rhesus macaque monkey. Cereb Cortex. 2017 Jan 19. doi : 10.1093/cercor/bhw412. [Epub ahead of print]
    • Maniglia, M., Cottereau, B., Soler, V. and Trotter, Y. Rehabilitation approaches in macular degeneration patients. Review in Front. Syst. Neurosc..10:107. doi : 10.3389/fnsys.2016.00107.
    • Camors, D., Trotter, Y., Pouget, P., Gilardeau, S. and Durand, J.B. Visual straight-ahead preference in saccadic eye movements. Sci. Rep. 6, 23124 ; doi : 10.1038/srep23124 (2016).
    • Maniglia, M., Pavan A. & Trotter, Y. The spatial range of peripheral collinear facilitation. Scientific Reports. 5,15530 ; doi : 10.1038/srep15530, 2015a.
    • Maniglia, M., Pavan A. & Trotter, Y. The effect of spatial frequency on peripheral collinear facilitation. Vis. Res. 107 ; 146-154, 2015b.
    • Y. Trotter. Neurobiologie de la perception tridimensionnelle (2013). RFO (Revue Francophone d’Orthoptie), Elsevier, 6 : 148-154
    • J.B. Durand, D. Camors, Y. Trotter, S. Celebrini. Privileged visual processing of the straight-ahead direction in humans. J. Vision, 26, 12 (6) : 34, 1-13, 2012.
    • Marie Denuelle , Nicolas Boulloche, Pierre Payoux, Nelly Fabre, Yves Trotter, Gilles Géraud. A PET study of photophobia during spontaneous migraine attacks. Neurology, janv 18 ; 76(3) : 213-18, 2011
    • Durand, J. B. , Y. Trotter and S. Celebrini (2010). Privileged Processing of the Straight-Ahead Direction in Primate Area V1. Neuron, 66(1) : 126-137.
    • Alexandra Séverac Cauquil, Stéphanie Delaux, Renaud Lestringant, Margot J. Taylor, Yves Trotter. Neural correlates of chromostereopsis : An evoked potential study. Neuropsychologia 47 2677–2681, 2009
    • Y. Wang, S. Celebrini, Y. Trotter, P. Barone. Visuo-auditory interactions in the primary visual cortex of the behaving monkey : electrophysiological evidence. BMC Neuroscience, 2008, 9, 79.
    • J.B. Durand, S. Celebrini, Y. Trotter. Neural bases of stereopsis across visual field of the alert macaque monkey. Cerebral cortex (Feature Article), 17 : 1260-1273, 2007
    • P . Souères, C. Jouffrais, S. Celebrini, Y. Trotter. Robotics insights for the modeling of visually guided hand movements in primates. Bio & Ctrl. Theory : current challenges, LNCIS, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 357, 53-75, 2007
    • A. Séverac Cauquil, Y. Trotter, Margot J. Taylor. At what stage of neural processing do perspective depth cues make a difference ? Exp Brain Res, 2006, 170 : 457–463
    • Yves Trotter, Simona Celebrini, Jean Baptiste Durand. Evidence for implication of primate area V1 in neural 3-D spatial localization processing. Journal of Physiology - Paris 98, 2004, 125–134.
    • J.B Durand, S. Zhu, S. Celebrini and Y. Trotter. Neurons in parafoveal areas V1 and V2 encode vertical and horizontal disparities. J. Neurophysiol., 88, 2874-2879, 2002.
    • A. Viguier, G. Clément and Y. Trotter. Distance perception in Near space. Perception, 30 : 115-124, 2001.
    • Y. Trotter and S. Celebrini. Gaze direction controls response gain in primary visual cortex neurons. Nature (Lond), 398, 239-242, 1999
    • Y.Trotter, S Celebrini, B Stricanne, S Thorpe, and M. Imbert. Neural processing of stereopsis as a function of viewing distance in primate visual cortical area V1. J. Neurophysiol, 76, 2872 - 2885, 1996
    • Y. Trotter : Cortical representation of visual 3-D space, Perception (England), vol. 24, 287-298, 1995
    • S. Celebrini, S. Thorpe, Y. Trotter and M. Imbert. Dynamics of orientation coding in the awake primate. Visual Neuroscience, 10, 811-825, 1993
    • Y. Trotter, S. Celebrini, J. C. Beaux, B. Grandjean and M. Imbert. Long term dysfunctions of neural stereoscopic mechanisms following unilateral extraocular muscle proprioceptive deafferentation. J. Neurophysiol. 69, 1513-1529, 1993
    • Y. Trotter, S. Celebrini, B. Stricanne, S. Thorpe and M. Imbert. Modulation of neural stereoscopic processing in primate area V1 by the viewing distance. Science, 257, 1279-1281, (1992)

    ALL PUBLICATIONS

     

    KEYWORDS

    3D visual perception and spatial localization, retinal and extraretinal signals, retinal disparities, monkey, human, electrophysiology, fMRI.

Mise à jour 27/02/2017