Despite the impression that our perceptual experience of the world is seamless and continuous across time, this is likely an illusion. Evidence suggests that information is sampled periodically, like successive snapshots taken by a video camera.
Using a multi-modal approach including neuroimaging (EEG, MEG, TMS, fMRI), computational modeling and behavioral measures, we investigate the spatio-temporal organization of brain oscillations and their role in perception and attention.
The Dugué Lab is based in the Integrative Neuroscience and Cognition Center (INCC) at the Université Paris Cité and is headed by Dr. Laura Dugué.
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The evidence revisited
Keitel, Ruzzoli, Dugué, Busch, Benwell