Pre-prints of Submitted Articles​​

  1. Fakche C., VanRullen R., Marque P. and Dugué L. (submitted; preprint). Alpha phase-amplitude tradeoffs predict visual perception.

  2. Lin Y-J., Shukla L., Dugué L., Valero-Cabré, A. and Carrasco. M. (submitted; preprint). TMS entrains occipital alpha activity: Individual alpha frequency predicts the strength of entrained phase-locking.

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Michel R., Dugué L. and Busch N.A. (2021). Distinct contributions of alpha and theta rhythms to perceptual and attentional sampling. European Journal of Neuroscience 00:1-15.

  2. Dugué L., Merriam E.P., Heeger D.J. and Carrasco M. (2020). Differential impact of endogenous and exogenous attention on activity in human visual cortex. Scientific Reports 10:21274, 1-16.

  3. Senoussi M. and Dugué L. (2020). La vision : un modèle d'étude de la cognition. Intellectica 1:72, 275-299.

  4. Senoussi M., Moreland J., Busch N.A. and Dugué L. (2019). Attention explores space periodically at the theta frequency. J. Vision 19:22, 1-17.

  5. Dugué L., Beck A.A., Marque P. and VanRullen. (2019). Contribution of FEF to attentional periodicity during visual search: a TMS study. eNeuro 6:3, 1-10.

  6. Dugué L., Merriam E.P., Heeger D.J. and Carrasco M. (2017). Specific visual sub-regions of TPJ mediate reorienting of spatial attention. Cerebral Cortex 1-16.

  7. Dugué L. and VanRullen R. (2017). TMS reveals intrinsic perceptual and attentional rhythms. Front. Neuroscience Review 11, 154. 

  8. Dugué L., Xue A. and Carrasco M. (2017). Distinct perceptual rhythms for feature and conjunction searches. J. Vision 17:22, 1-15.

  9. Dugué L., Roberts M. and Carrasco M. (2016). Attention reorients periodically. Current Biology 26: 1-7.

  10. Dugué L., McLelland D.*, Lajous M. and VanRullen R. (2015). Attention searches non-uniformly in space and in time. PNAS 112: 15214-15219.

  11. Dugué L., Marque P. and VanRullen R. (2015). Theta oscillations modulate attentional search performance periodically. J. Cognitive Neuroscience 27: 945-958.

  12. Remaud J., Ceccom J., Carponcy J., Dugué L., Menchon G., Pech S., Halley H., Francés B., and Dahan L. (2014). Anisomycin injection in area CA3 of the hippocampus impairs both short-term and long-term memories of contextual fear. Learning & Memory 21: 311-315.

  13. Dugué L. and VanRullen R. (2014). The dynamics of attentional sampling during visual search revealed by Fourier analysis of periodic noise interference. J. Vision 14(2):11, 1-15.

  14. Dugué L., Marque P. and VanRullen R. (2011). Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation reveals attentional feedback to area V1 during serial visual search. PLoS ONE 6(5): e19712.

  15. Dugué L., Marque P. and VanRullen R. (2011). The phase of ongoing oscillations mediates the causal relation between brain excitation and visual perception. J. Neuroscience 31(33): 11889 – 11893.

Conference Presentations

  1. Lin Y-J., Shukla L., Dugué L., Valero-Cabré, A. and Carrasco. M. (2021). TMS entrains occipital alpha activity: Individual alpha frequency correlates with the strength of entrained phase-locking. Virtual Poster at the 21st annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society.

  2. Loriette C., Cornet C., Galas L., Dugué L. and Ben Hamed S. (2021). Non-invasive real-time access to spatial attention information from EEG signal. Virtual Poster at the annual meeting of NeuroFrance.

  3. Michel R., Dugué L. and Busch N.A. (2021). Theta rhythmic attentional enhancement of alpha rhythmic perceptual sampling. Talk at the 63rd annual meeting of TeaP, Ulm, Germany.

  4. Michel R., Dugué L. and Busch N.A. (2020). Perceptual rhythms are driven by oscillations in visual precision. Virtual Poster at the 20th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society.

  5. Fakche C. and Dugué L. (2019). Does the spatial organization of brain oscillations modulate perceptual rhythms? Poster at the annual national meeting of the GDRVision, Marseille, France.

  6. Fakche C. and Dugué L. (2019). Does the spatial organization of brain oscillations modulate perceptual rhythms? Poster at the 42nd European Conference on Visual Perception, Leuven, Belgium.

  7. Dugué L. (2019). The rhythms of perception and attention. Invited symposium talk at the annual meeting of NeuroFrance, Marseille, France.

  8. Merholz G., VanRullen R. and Dugué L. (2019). Oscillations modulate attentional search performance periodically. Poster at the 19th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

  9. Dugué L. (2019). The rhythms of attention. Symposium talk (and symposium organizer) at the 19th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

  10. Merholz G., VanRullen R. and Dugué L. (2018). Oscillations modulate attentional search performance periodically. Poster at the annual national meeting of the GDRVision, Paris, France.

  11. Senoussi M., Galas L., Busch N.A. and Dugué L. (2018). Comparing the neural dynamics of voluntary feature-based and spatial attention. Talk at the annual national meeting of the GDRVision, Paris, France.

  12. Dugué L. (2018). The rhythms of attention. Invited Symposium talk at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France.

  13. Dugué L. (2018). Attention explores space periodically at the theta frequency. Invited Symposium talk at the Paris-Chicago 1st meeting on Ambiguity, Paris, France.

  14. Dugué L., Senoussi M., Moreland J., Busch N.A. (2018). Attention explores space at the theta frequency. Talk at the 18th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

  15. Senoussi M., Galas L., Busch N.A. and Dugué L. (2018). Comparing the neural dynamics of voluntary feature-based and spatial attention. Poster at the 18th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

  16. Dugué L. (2018). Attention explores space periodically at the theta frequency. Invited Symposium talk at the 4th CiNet Conference on Neural oscillation and functional connectivity: from anatomy to perception, Osaka, Japan.

  17. Dugué L. (2018). The rhythms of attention and perception. Invited Symposium talk at the Decision-making workshop, Institut des Etudes Avancées, Paris, France.

  18. Dugué L. (2018). TMS reveals intrinsic perceptual and attentional rhythms. Invited Symposium talk at the first PEPA on stimulation workshop, Cambridge, UK.

  19. Dugué L. (2017). Attention reorients at the theta frequency. Talk at the annual national meeting of the GDRVision, Lille, France.

  20. Dugué L., Busch N, Senoussi M. (2017). Behavioral rhythms of attentional sampling. Poster at the 40th European Conference on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany.

  21. Dugué L. (2017). The rhythm of attentional exploration. Invited Symposium Talk at the 13th International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience, Amsterdam, The Netherland.

  22. Dugué L., Merriam E.P., Heeger D.J. and Carrasco M. (2016). Specificity of visual areas for endogenous and exogenous attention orienting and reorienting. Talk at the annual national meeting of the GDRVision, Toulouse, France.

  23. Dugué L., Merriam E.P., Heeger D.J. and Carrasco M. (2016). The role of early visual areas in endogenous and exogenous attention. Poster at the Center for Visual Science 30th Symposium, Rochester, NY.

  24. Dugué L., Roberts M. and Carrasco M. (2016). Attention reorients periodically. Poster at the Center for Visual Science 30th Symposium, Rochester, NY.

  25. Dugué L., Xue A. and Carrasco M. (2016). Attentional deployment during feature and conjunction searches. Talk at the 16th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

  26. Dugué L., Merriam E.P., Heeger D.J. and Carrasco M. (2015). Visually responsive TPJ sub-regions and attentional reorienting. Poster at the 45th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, Illinois.

  27. Dugué L., Roberts M. and Carrasco M. (2015). Occipital TMS periodically modulates the effect of attention on contrast sensitivity. Poster at the 38th European Conference on Visual Perception, Liverpool, UK.

  28. Dugué L., McLelland D., Lajous M. and VanRullen R. (2014). Spatial deployment of attention in visual search: new evidence against a strict parallel model. Poster at the 14th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

  29. Dugué L. and VanRullen R. (2013). The dynamics of attentional sampling during visual search revealed by Fourier analysis of periodic noise interference (new version). Talk at the 17th International Conference on Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston, Massachusetts.

  30. Dugué L., Marque P. and VanRullen R. (2012). Theta oscillations modulate attentional search performance periodically. Talk at the 12th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Florida.

  31. Dugué L., Marque P. and VanRullen R. (2011). The phase of ongoing oscillations mediates the causal relation between brain excitation and visual perception. Poster at the 11th International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience, Mallorca, Spain.

  32. Dugué L. and VanRullen R. (2011). The dynamics of attentional sampling during visual search revealed by Fourier analysis of periodic noise interference. Poster at the 34th European Conference on Visual Perception, Toulouse, France.

  33. Dugué L., Marque P. and VanRullen R. (2011). Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation reveals attentional feedback to area V1 during serial visual search. Poster at the 11th annual meeting of Vision Sciences Society, Naples, Florida.

Invited Talks

  1. 2021: Video-conference, Barcelona Lecture Series, Institute of Neurosciences, Barcelona, Spain.

  2. 2021: Video-conference, INCC Seminar, Paris, France.

  3. 2020: Video-conference, Saskia Haegens, New York, USA. 

  4. 2019: INCC, Perception, Action and Cognitive Development group, Paris, France.

  5. 2019: ICM, PICNIC group, Paris, France.

  6. 2018: ICM, MEG-EEG Neuroimaging Center, Paris, France.

  7. 2017: Laboratory of Biological Psychology, Hans Op de Beeck, Leuven, Belgium.

  8. 2017: IBB and Experimental Psychology Institute, Muenster, Germany.

  9. 2017: Centre de Neuroscience Cognitive, Lyon, France.

  10. 2017: Rennes Hospital, Epilepsy Unit, Rennes, France.

  11. 2017: New York University, Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science.

  12. 2015: ICM, Cerebral Networks, Plasticity and Rehabilitation Team, CNRS, Paris, France.

  13. 2015: CerCo, UMR5549 – CNRS, Toulouse, France.

  14. 2014: Paris Descartes University, LPP department – CNRS, Paris, France.

  15. 2013: New York University, Department of Psychology and Center for Neural Science.

  16. 2013: McGovern Institute for Brain Research, Nancy Kanwisher’s lab, MIT, Boston, Massachusetts.

  17. 2012: Donders institutes, Ole Jensen’s lab, Nijmegen, Holland.

  18. 2012: Ernst Strüngmann Institute (ESI), Max Planck Society, Pascal Fries’s lab, Frankfurt, Germany.

Press

  1. 3 illusions d'optique qui rendent fou notre cerveau(2021). Brut.

  2. "L’attention recherche de façon non-uniforme dans l’espace et dans le temps." (2015). En direct des labos. CNRS.