Institut de Neurosciences Cognitives et Intégratives d'Aquitaine (UMR5287)

Aquitaine Institute for Cognitive and Integrative Neuroscience



INCIA - UMR 5287- CNRS
Université de Bordeaux

Zone nord Bat 2 2ème étage
146, rue Léo Saignat
33076 Bordeaux cedex
France

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CNRS Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Université de Bordeaux

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A thalamic bridge from sensory perception to cognition

3 December 2020

A thalamic bridge from sensory perception to cognition

A thalamic bridge from sensory perception to cognition M. Wolff, S. Morceau, J. Martin-Cortecero, R. Folkard, A. Groh Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews / Open-Access (...)

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Publications for the INCIA in 2019-2020

20 November 2020

Publications for the INCIA in 2019-2020

The 2019 and 2020 publications have been updated on our website. Note that for 2020, the period taken into account is January to June (Hceres data). A new update will be done next year to (...)

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 Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation at PAM!

16 November 2020

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation at PAM!

INCIA’s Motion Analysis Platform has a new transcranial magnetic stimulator. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a cerebral stimulation technique allowing the study of functional (...)

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Susanna Pietropaolo laureate of the Hearing Foundation

14 October 2020

Susanna Pietropaolo laureate of the Hearing Foundation

Susanna Pietropaolo was awarded a grant from the Hearing Foundation. Summary of her project :
Identifying novel molecules targeting BKCA channels as a treatment for hyperacusis and tinnitus (...)

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 Little known beta4 nicotinic cholinergic receptors play in fact an essential role in reward processes and nicotine's addictive properties

16 September 2020

Little known beta4 nicotinic cholinergic receptors play in fact an essential role in reward processes and nicotine’s addictive properties

Husson M, Harrington L, Tochon L, Cho Y, Ibañez-Tallon I, Maskos U, David V.β4-Nicotinic Receptors Are Critically Involved in Reward-Related Behaviors and Self-Regulation of Nicotine Reinforcement. (...)

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Agenda

Friday 02 October 2020 / 5th National Neurofeedback Day / La Rochelle Aquarium

Dear Colleague We were very pleased to have you among us for the previous national (...)

July 11, 2020, Behavioral neuroscience for the next decade: Why behavior matters to brain science

Wim Crusio is co-organizer of a "virtual mini-conference" entitled "Behavioral neuroscience for (...)

Latest publications

Striatal circuit development and its alterations in Huntington’s \ Margaux Lebouc 1, Quentin Richard 1, Maurice Garret 2, Jérôme Baufreton 3 disease

https://pubmed-ncbi-nlm-nih-gov.insb.bib.cnrs.fr/32898646/
Abstract Huntington’s disease (HD) (...)

Functional brain connectivity changes across the human life span: From fetal development to old age Manon Edde Gaëlle Leroux Ellemarije Altena Sandra Chanraud001. First published: 18 June 2020 https://doi.org/10.1002/jnr.24669

Abstract The dynamic of the temporal correlations between brain areas, called functional (...)

Tool-number interaction during a prospective memory task / Arnaud Badets - Mathilde Duville - François Oslurak / Received: 25 March 2020 / Accepted: 20 June 2020ille

Abstract Theoretical views suggest that tool use and numerical magnitude processing can (...)

A study from the CPGS team, in collaboration with the CIRRIS (U. Laval, Québec) and operated by the PAM in the Zero-G airplane (CNES), in Journal of Neurophysiology: Guillaud E, Faure C, Doat E, Bouyer LJ, Guehl D, Cazalets JR. ANCESTRAL PERSISTENCE OF VESTIBULO-SPINAL REFLEXES IN AXIAL MUSCLES IN HUMANS. J Neurophysiol. 2020 Apr 22. doi: 10.1152/jn.00421.2019.

This study addresses the extent of conservation of trunk muscle control in humans. Results (...)

Dealing with sleep problems during home confinement due to the COVID-19 outbreak: practical recommendations from a task force of the European CBT-I Academy Ellemarije Altena1, Chiara Baglioni2,3, Colin A. Espie4, Jason Ellis5, Dimitri Gavriloff4, Brigitte Holzinger6, Angelika Schlarb7, Lukas Frase2, Susanna Jernelöv8,9 and Dieter Riemann2

Abstract
In the current global home confinement situation due to the COVID-19 outbreak, most (...)