Landelle Caroline

 

Caroline LANDELLE

PhD Student

Multisense and Body team

Tel : +33 4 13 55 03 65

E-mail : caroline.landelle@univ-amu.fr

 

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Research field

To be optimal, our body perception and the environment in which it evolves is based on multisensory integration.

However, it is well established that all sensory systems gradually deteriorate with non-pathological aging.

During my thesis project we focus on functionnal alterations in aging subject to perceive the movements of his body (kinesthesia) as well as the audio-haptic integration in a texture discrimination task, and finally we study the neural mechanisms underlying this multisensory integration.

 

* Approaches

In order to evaluate the respective contribution of the different modalities to the perception of the body’s movement (kinesthesia), we use specific stimuli allowing us to separately activate the tactile, muscle proprioceptive or visual inputs. These stimuli make the subject believe that the stimulated part of his body has moved, creating illusory sensations of movement.

(projet MULTISENSE, ANR)

 

Audio-haptic exploration is studied thanks to a virtual textures simulator coupled with a concomitant auditory stimulation.

(projet DISREMO, Auton-CNRS)

 

 

* Techniques

  • Functionnal Neuroimaging (fMRI)
  • Psychophysic
  • Electromyography(EMG)
  • Multisensory stimulation (touch, vision, proprioception)

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PUBLICATION ET COMMUNICATION

* Articles

M Chancel, C Landelle, C Blanchard, O Felician, M Guerraz, A Kavounoudias (2018) Hand movement illusions show changes in sensory reliance and preservation of multisensory integration with age for kinaesthesia. Neuropsychologia. doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2018.07.027

C Landelle, A El Ahmadi, A Kavounoudias (2018) Age-Related Impairment of Hand Movement Perception Based on Muscle Proprioception and Touch. Neuroscience. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroscience

C Landelle, A Montagnini, L Madelain, F Danion (2016) Eye tracking a self-moved target with complex hand-target dynamicsJ Neurophysiol. doi: 10.1152/jn.00007.2016.

 

* Posters

C Landelle, J-L Anton, B Nazarian, J Sein, O Félician, A Kavounoudias. Age-related brain changes in multisensory representation of hand movement. International Multisensory Research Forum 2018, 14-17 Juin, Toronto, Canada

C Landelle, C Bodin, AC Martel, I Sanchez Brualla. Guide for a good student-supervisorrelationship: a workin progress. PhD Days “Brain and Games”, December 2017, Marseille, France

C Landelle, J-L Anton, B Nazarian, J Sein, O Félician, A Kavounoudias. How does the aging brain feel hand movements from two sensory sources: touch and muscle proprioception? 25th Annual Meeting of Doctoral School, 1-2 June, Marseille, France

C Landelle, J-L Anton, B Nazarian, J Sein, O Félician, A Kavounoudias. How does the aging brain feel hand movements from two sensory soures: touch and muscle proprioception? Journée 2017 du Centre IRMF Marseille, 9 June, Marseille, France

C Landelle, J-L Anton, B Nazarian, J Sein, O Félician, A Kavounoudias. How does the aging brain feel hand movements from two sensory soures: touch and muscle proprioception? NeuroFrance2017, 17-19 May, Bordeaux, France

F Danion, C Landelle, A Montagnigni, L Perrinet, Laurent Madelain. Eye tracking a self-moved target with complex hand-target dynamics. Society for Neuroscience, October 2015, Chicago, USA.

M Chancel, C Landelle, C Blanchard, O Felician, M Guerraz, A Kavounoudias. Reshaping sensory reliance when multisensory systems decline: effect of Aging. 16th International Multisensory Research Forum, june 2015, Pisa, Italia

M Chancel, C Landelle, C Blanchard, O Felician, M Guerraz, A Kavounoudias. Reshaping sensory reliance when multisensory systems decline: effec tof Aging. 12ème colloque des neurosciences Françaises, May 2015, Montpellier, France