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ANTOINE BARBOT - Graduate student

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antoine.barbot [at] nyu.edu

From: Toulouse, France


EDUCATION:

2003-2006
Bachelor's Degree in Medical Biology
Major: Physiology and Cell Biology
Paul Sabatier University, Toulouse
Magna Cum Laude

2006-2008
M.Sc. Program in Cognitive Science
Major: Cognitive Neuroscience
Ecole Normale Superieure ULM, Paris
Summa Cum Laude

2008-2014
Ph.D in Psychology
Major: Cognition & Perception
Title: On the automaticity and flexibility of covert spatial attention
New York University, New York
Advisor: Marisa Carrasco, Ph.D


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Visual perception, attention, and awareness


PUBLICATIONS:

Barbot, A. & Carrasco, M. (in preparation). When diverting attention improves performance.

Barbot, A. & Carrasco, M. (in preparation). Emotion potentiates the effect of attention on appearance.

Kouider, S., Barbot, A., Lehericy, S., & Summerfield, C. (in preparation). Contextual expectations modulate unconscious neural activity.

Barbot, A. & Carrasco, M. (under review). Endogenous attention flexibilty adjusts spatial resolution.

Morillon, B. & Barbot, A.(2013). Attention in the temporal doamin: a phase-coding mechanism controls the gain of sensory processing. Frontiers in human neuroscience,7, 480.
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Barbot, A., Landy, M.S., & Carrasco, M. (2012). Differential effects of exogenous and endogenous attention on 2nd-order texture contrast sensitivity. Journal of Vision,12(8):6, 1-15.
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Barbot, A. & Kouider, S. (2012). Longer is not better: nonconscious overstimulation reverses priming influences under interocular suppression. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics,74, 174-184.
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Barbot, A., Landy, M.S., & Carrasco, M. (2011). Exogenous attention enhances 2nd-order contrast sensitivity. Vision Research, 51(9), 1086-1098.
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Sergent, C., Ruff, C.C.,Barbot, A., Driver, J., & Rees, G. (2011). Top-down modulation of human early visual cortex after stimulus offset supports successful post-cued report. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(8), 1921-1934.
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Abrams, J., Barbot, A., & Carrasco, M. (2010). Voluntary attention increases perceived spatial frequency. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 72(6), 1510-1521.
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PRESENTATIONS:

Barbot, A., Wyart, V., & Carrasco, M. (2014, May). Spatial and feature-based attention differentially affect the gain and tuning of orientation-selective filters. Oral presentation at the 14th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (May 2014, St.Pete Beach, Florida).

Tortarollo, C., Barbot, A., & Carrasco, M. (2014, May). Spatial attention generalizes perceptual learning to untrained locations in an acuity task. Poster presented at the 14th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (May 2014, St.Pete Beach, Florida).

Barbot, A., Bustamante, L., & Carrasco, M. (2013, August). Diverting attention improves or impairs performance by decreasing spatial resolution. Oral presentation at the 36th annual meeting of of the European Conference on Visual Perception (August 2013, Bremen, Germany).
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Barbot, A., Bustamante, L., & Carrasco, M. (2013, May). When diverting attention improves performance: Attention trades off spatial resolution. Poster presented at the 13th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (May 2013, Naples, Florida).
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Barbot, A. & Carrasco, M. (2012, August). Emotion potentiates the effect of attention on appearance. Oral presentation at the 35th annual meeting of of the European Conference on Visual Perception (August 2012, Alghero, Italy).
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Barbot, A., Montagna, B., & Carrasco, M. (2012, May). Endogenous attention optimizes performance by adjusting spatial resolution: evidence from selective adaptation. Poster presented at the 12th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (May 2012, Naples, Florida).
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Barbot, A., Montagna, B., & Carrasco, M. (2011, August). Endogenous attention optimizes spatial resolution depending on task demands. Perception 40: 191. Poster presented at the 34th annual meeting of the European Conference on Visual Perception (August 2011, Toulouse, France).
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Barbot, A., Landy, M.S., & Carrasco, M. (2011). Differential effects of exogenous and endogenous attention on 2nd-order contrast sensitivity. Journal of Vision 11(11): 116. Poster presented at the 11th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (May 2011, Naples, Florida).
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Barbot, A. (September 2010). Covert attention affects 2nd-order contrast sensitivity. Second Year Talk, Cognition & Perception Miniconvention, Department of Psychology, New York University (New York, NY)

Barbot, A., Landy, M.S., & Carrasco, M. (2010). Covert attention affects 2nd-order contrast sensitivity. Journal of Vision, 10(7): 262. Poster presented at the 10th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (May 2010, Naples, Florida).
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Barbot, A. (September 2009). Voluntary attention increases apparent spatial frequency. First Year Talk, Cognition & Perception Miniconvention, Department of Psychology, New York University (New York, NY).

Abrams, J., Barbot, A. & Carrasco, M. (2009, May). Voluntary attention increases apparent spatial frequency. Journal of Vision, 9(8): 131. Poster presented at the 9th annual meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (May 2009, Naples, Florida).
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