posters

[2017]

  • Gauthier, B., Pestke, K., van Wassenhove, V. (2017, August) Ordering events in space and time. ICON, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Kononowicz, T., Roger, C., van Wassenhove, V. (2017, August) Brain self-decoding supports temporal metacognition. ICON,, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Grabot, L., Kononowicz, T., Dupré Latour, T., Gramfort, A., Doyère, V., van Wassenhove, V. (2017, August) Alpha/beta nesting during time production and meta-cognition. ICON,, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • La Rocca, D., Engemann D.A., van Wassenhove, V., Ciuciu, P. (2017, August) Oscillatory networks changes following multisensory training. ICON,, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Grabot, L., van Wassenhove, V. (2017, August) Time order is a psychological bias. ICON, Amsterdam, Netherlands. ICON,, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Martin, B., Wiener, M, van Wassenhove (2017, August) A Bayesian perspective on accumulation in the magnitude system. ICON,, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Dupré la Tour, T., Tallot, L., Grabot, L., Doyere, V, van Wassenhove, V, Grenier, Y, Gramfort, A (2017) Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM, June), Vancouver, USA.

[2016]

  • Gauthier, B., van Wassenhove, V. (2016, December) Time is not space: core computations and domain-specific networks for mental travels. Space and Time in the brain conference, Jerusalem, Israël.
  • La Rocca, D., Engemann D.A., van Wassenhove, V., Ciuciu, P. (2016, December) Correlates of perceptual learning in MEG functional connectivity analysis. Brain Modes, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Kononowicz, T.W., & van Wassenhove, V. (2016, November). Temporal expectation biases duration judgment. Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, USA.
  • Gauthier B, van Wassenhove V (2016, April). Mental travels in time and in space: parietal overlap in dissociated networks. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting, New York, NY.
  • Grabot, L, van Wassenhove, V. (2016, May) Subjective temporal order reveals stability of an individual’s bias over time. 29th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.
  • Kononowicz, T.W., & van Wassenhove, H. (2016, May). Temporal expectation biases duration judgment. Symposium on Biology of Decision Making, Paris.

[2015]

  • Grabot L, Kösem A, van Wassenhove V (2015) The functional relevance of neural oscillations for temporal encoding. Rovereto Attention Workshop, UNITN, Italy.
  • Tajuddin H, Kononowicz TW, Roger C, van Wassenhove V (2015) Are we conscious of our internal clock? Society For Neurosciences, Chicago.
  • Kononowicz TW, van Wassenhove V (2015) Decoding perceived duration in various sensory modalities from MEG-EEG data. Society For Neurosciences, Chicago.
  • Becker R, Ciuciu P, van Wassenhove V, Van De Ville D , Kleinschmidt A (2015) Alpha oscillations modulate 1/f slope of slow spontaneous brain activity.OHBM Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
  • Gauthier B, Pestke K, Martin B, van Wassenhove V (2015) Mental Travels in Time and in Space: Overlapping and Dissociable Functional Networks.OHBM Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
  • Grabot L, Kösem A, van Wassenhove V (2015) The functional relevance of neural oscillations for temporal encoding. OHBM Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
  • Grabot L, Kösem A, Pestke K, Azizi, van Wassenhove (2015) Perceiving temporal order. Society for Neurosciences, Fondation IPSEN, Paris, France.
  • Kösem A, Basirat A, Azizi L, van Wassenhove (2015) Brain oscillatory mechanisms of ambiguous speech parsing.Micro-, meso-, and macro-dynamics of the brain, Fondation IPSEN, Paris, France.
  • Gauthier B, Martin B, Pestke K, van Wassenhove V (2015) Mental travels in time and in space: overlapping and dissociable functional networks, Fondation IPSEN, Paris, France.

[2014]

  • Kösem A, Basirat A, Azizi L, van Wassenhove (2014) Oscillatory mechanisms of ambiguous speech parsing. Society for Neurosciences, Washington DC, USA.
  • Martin B, Gauthier B, van Wassenhove V (2014) Domain-specific networks from contrasting mental travels in time and space. Society for Neurosciences, Washington DC, USA.
  • Kononowicz T, Lecoutre L, van Wassenhove V (2014) The role of multisensory signals in interval timing: an MEG study. Society for Neurosciences, Washington DC, USA.
  • Grabot L, Kösem A, Pestke K, van Wassenhove (2014) Interplay between alpha and the phase of low-frequency oscillations in the encoding of time order. Society for Neurosciences, Washington DC, USA.
  • Gautier B, Pestke K, van Wassenhove V (2014) Electromagnetic signatures of mental travel in time and space. Society for Neurosciences, Washington DC, USA.
  • Strauss M, Sitt J, King J-R, Elbaz M, Azizi L, Buiatti M, van Wassenhove V, Dehaene S (2014) Disruption of hierarchical auditory predictive coding during sleep. Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Gauthier B, van Wassenhove V (2014) Common and distinct electromagnetic correlates of mental travel in time and space. International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Gautier B, van Wassenhove V (2014) Distance effects in mental time and space travels. International Conference on Timing and Time Perception at Corfu, Greece.

[2013]

  • Kösem A, Martin JR, van Wassenhove V (2013) When the brain fails to recalibrate audiovisual simultaneity: hysteresis in synchrony perception. 14th International Multisensory Research Forum, Jerusalem, Israël.

[2012]

  • Zilber N, Ciuciu P, Gramfort A, van Wassenhove V (2012) Acoustic textures and visual motion act in concert: metamodal plasticity observed with MEG. Society for Neurosciences, New-Orleans, USA.
  • Abry P, Zilber N, Gramfort A, van Wassenhove V, Ciuciu P (2012) Beyond oscillations: are scale-free dynamics of MEG signals markers of neural plasticity? Society for Neurosciences, New-Orleans, USA.
  • Kösem A, Gramfort A, van Wassenhove V (2012) Adapting to audiovisual asynchronies: phase shifts of low frequency oscillations in sensory cortices correlate with perceived shifts in temporal order. Society for Neurosciences, New-Orleans, USA.
  • Erra RG, van Wassenhove V (2012) Oscillatory mechanisms for subjective temporal representations: the role of entrainment and phase resetting of ongoing neural oscillations. Society for Neurosciences, New-Orleans, USA.
  • Roger C, Buiatti M, van Wassenhove V (2012) How do cognitive mechanisms react and adjust after a disruption of the internal clock? A combined MEG-EEG study. Society for Neurosciences, New-Orleans, USA.
  • Gauthier B, van Wassenhove V, Kleinschmidt A (2012) Frequency-dependent topographical variations of visual steady-state responses recorded by MEG. Biomag, 18th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Paris, France.
  • Kösem A, Gramfort A, van Wassenhove V (2012) Phase shifts of low-frequency oscillations in visual and auditory cortices predict temporal recalibration. Biomag, 18th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Paris, France.
  • Zilber N, Ciuciu P, Gramfort A, van Wassenhove V (2012) Acoustic textures improve motion discrimination: indexing plasticity with MEG. Biomag, 18th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Paris, France.
  • Roger C, Buiatti M, van Wassenhove V (2012) Self-monitoring of internal clock shifts: automatic vs. conscious access to time. Biomag, 18th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Paris, France.
  • Martin B, Giersch A, Huron C, van Wassenhove V (2012) Temporal event structure and timing Temporal processing in clinical populations, Aristotelio University , Thessaloniki, Greece.

[2011]

  • Lambrechts A, Walsh V, van Wassenhove V (2011) A magnitude system for the processing of time, space and quantity? Time and the Conscious Brain, Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany.
  • Kösem A, van Wassenhove V (2011) Temporal boundary of attentional selection in audiovisual perception. Time and the Conscious Brain, Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany.
  • Kösem A, van Wassenhove V (2011) Temporal boundary of attentional selection in audiovisual perception. ICON XI. Palma, Mallorca, Spain.

[2010]

  • Gabriel R, van Wassenhove V, Nagarajan S (2010) Spatiotemporal activation of the superior temporal sulcus during audiovisual integration. HBM Barcelona, Spain.
  • Gabriel R, van Wassenhove V, Nagarajan S (2010) Rapid cortical plasticity associated with audiovisual integration. Biomag Dubrovnik, Croatia.

]2007]

  • Stoegbauer H, van Wassenhove V, Shimojo S (2007) Visual processing of saltation illusion. Vision Sciences Society 7th Annual Meeting, Sarasota, USA.
  • Kiebel SJ, van Wassenhove V, Friston KJ, von Kriegstein K (2007) Predictive coding in speech perception. Annual Meeting of The Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Chicago, USA.
  • Segnini R, van Wassenhove V, Okada M, Shimojo S, Kashino M (2007) Integrating Subjective and Objective Measurements in Gesture Research. International Society for Gestures Studies, Evanston, USA.
  • Shams L, Seitz AR, van Wassenhove V (2006) Auditory-visual statistical learning. Vision Sciences Society 6th Annual Meeting, Sarasota, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V, Nagarajan SS (2006) Auditory-visual habituation in perceptual recalibration. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 13th Annual meeting, San Francisco, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V, Nagarajan SS (2005) Multisensory habituation to auditory-visual (de)synchrony. Society for Neurosciences 35th Annual meeting, Washington D.C., USA.
  • Nagarajan NS, van Wassenhove V, Hairston IS (2005) Plasticity of auditory cortex associated with perceptual improvements in a temporal modulation rate discrimination task. Society for Neurosciences 35th Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., USA.
  • Skipper JI, Nusbaum HC, van Wassenhove V, Barber C, Chen EE, Small SL (2005). The role of ventral premotor and primary motor cortex in audiovisual speech perception. The Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Toronto, Canada.
  • van Wassenhove V, Hairston IS, Nagarajan SS (2005) Neural correlates of auditory perceptual learning for modulation rate discrimination. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 12th Annual Meeting, New York City, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V, Hairston IS, Nagarajan NS (2005) Neural correlates of auditory perceptual learning for modulation rate discrimination. Imaging Research Symposium, University of California, San Francisco, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2004) Analysis-by-synthesis” in auditory-visual speech perception. Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience, Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA.
  • Skipper JI, van Wassenhove V, Nusbaum HC, Small SL (2004) Hearing lips and seeing voices in the brain: motor mechanisms of speech perception. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 11th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA.
  • Skipper JI, Nusbaum HC, van Wassenhove V, Dick F, Small SL (2004) Your brain says what it sees: motor mechanisms of audiovisual speech perception. Human Brain Mapping, Budapest, Hungary.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2003) Electrophysiological study of auditory-visual speech desynchronization. Society for Neurosciences 33rd Annual Meeting, New Orleans, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2003) Electrophysiological characterization of multisensory facilitation effects in bimodal speech. Bioscience Day, College Park, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2003) Electrophysiological characterization of multisensory facilitation effects in bimodal speech. International Multisensory Research Forum, Hamilton, Canada.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2003) Electrophysiological profile of auditory-visual speech: an event-related study. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 10th Annual Meeting, New York, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2002) Temporal Integration in the McGurk Effect. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 9th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA.
  • van Wassenhove V, Grant KW, Poeppel D (2001) Timing of Auditory-Visual Integration in the McGurk Effect. Society for Neurosciences 30th Annual Meeting, San Diego, USA.