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ROSSETTI yves

  • Trajectoires, Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences de Lyon, Bron, France
  • Behavioral/Cognitive Neuroscience, Humans, Plasticity, Systems/Circuit Neuroscience
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I was trained as M.D. and then got a PhD in Neuroscience. I have been working on the organization of the visuo-motor system and explored visual subsystems involved in perception and action, relying on behavioural and patient studies (blindsight, optic ataxia, ...), I have also explored the plasticity of visuo-motor organization (e.g. prism adaptation) and its application to the rehabilitation of cognitive disorders such as spatial neglect. My approach is essentially behavioural and neuropsychological. In the recent years I have developped research in social cognition , with the aim to better understand interactions between spatial, cognitive and emotional perspective taking, and to implement strategies to develop and restaure social cognition (nonviolent communication, imitation, illusions, ...)
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ROSSETTI yves

  • Trajectoires, Centre de Recherche en Neurosciences de Lyon, Bron, France
  • Behavioral/Cognitive Neuroscience, Humans, Plasticity, Systems/Circuit Neuroscience
  • recommender

Recommendations:  0

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Educational and work
I was trained as M.D. and then got a PhD in Neuroscience. I have been working on the organization of the visuo-motor system and explored visual subsystems involved in perception and action, relying on behavioural and patient studies (blindsight, optic ataxia, ...), I have also explored the plasticity of visuo-motor organization (e.g. prism adaptation) and its application to the rehabilitation of cognitive disorders such as spatial neglect. My approach is essentially behavioural and neuropsychological. In the recent years I have developped research in social cognition , with the aim to better understand interactions between spatial, cognitive and emotional perspective taking, and to implement strategies to develop and restaure social cognition (nonviolent communication, imitation, illusions, ...)