Olivier Collignon

2009 Université de Lorraine 
"Olivier Collignon"


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Jean-marie Monnez grad student 2009 Université de Lorraine
 (Recherche statistique de biomarqueurs du cancer et de l'allergie à l'arachide)
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Xu Y, Vignali L, Collignon O, et al. (2021) Brain network reconfiguration for narrative and argumentative thought. Communications Biology. 4: 746
Barbero FM, Calce RP, Talwar S, et al. (2021) Fast Periodic Auditory Stimulation Reveals a Robust Categorical Response to Voices in the Human Brain. Eneuro
Benetti S, Zonca J, Ferrari A, et al. (2021) Visual motion processing recruits regions selective for auditory motion in early deaf individuals. Neuroimage. 117816
Collignon O, Schritz A, Spezia R, et al. (2021) Implementing Historical Controls in Oncology Trials. The Oncologist
Gurtubay-Antolin A, Battal C, Maffei C, et al. (2021) Direct Structural Connections between Auditory and Visual Motion-Selective Regions in Humans. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 41: 2393-2405
Collignon O, Burman CF, Posch M, et al. (2021) Collaborative platform trials to fight COVID-19: methodological and regulatory considerations for a better societal outcome. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Crollen V, Warusfel H, Noël MP, et al. (2021) Early visual deprivation does not prevent the emergence of basic numerical abilities in blind children. Cognition. 210: 104586
Togoli I, Marlair C, Collignon O, et al. (2020) Tactile numerosity is coded in external space. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 134: 43-51
Manescu S, Chouinard-Leclaire C, Collignon O, et al. (2020) Enhanced odorant localization abilities in congenitally blind but not in late-blind individuals. Chemical Senses
Battal C, Occelli V, Bertonati G, et al. (2020) General Enhancement of Spatial Hearing in Congenitally Blind People. Psychological Science. 956797620935584
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