Malika Auvray

Journal Articles

26. Deroy, O., Fasiello, I., Hayward, V., & Auvray, M. (2016/in press). Differentiated audio-tactile correspondences in sighted and blind individuals. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.

25. O’Brien, J., & Auvray, M. (2016). Cognition overrides orientation dependence in tactile viewpoint selection. Experimental Brain Research, 1–8.

24. Arnold, G., Spence, C., & Auvray, M. (2016). Taking someone else’s spatial perspective: Natural stance or effortful decentring? Cognition, 148, 27-33.

23. Hanneton, S., Herquel, P., & Auvray, M. (2015). Intermodal recoding of a video game: Learning to process signals for motion perception in a pure auditory environment. International Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal Processing, 29, 1475-1483.

22. O’Brien, J., & Auvray, M. (2014). The process of distal attribution illuminated through studies of sensory substitution. Multisensory Research, 27, 421-441.

21. Auvray, M., & Harris, L.R. (2014). The state of the art of sensory substitution. Multisensory Research, 27, 265-269.

20. Arnold, G., & Auvray, M. (2014). Perceptual learning: Tactile letter recognition transfers across body surfaces. Multisensory Research, 27, 71-90.

19. Deroy, O., & Auvray, M. (2012). Reading the world through sensory substitution devices. Frontiers in Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology; doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00457.

18. Auvray, M., & Rohde, M. (2012). Perceptual crossing: The simplest online paradigm. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6: 181; doi:10.3389/fnhum.2012.00181.

17. Simard, J., Ammi, M., & Auvray, M. (2012). Collaborative strategies for the search of 3D targets in molecular environments. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C: Applications and Reviews ; doi: 10.1155/2012/546521.

16. Auvray, M., Hoellinger, T., Hanneton, S., & Roby-Brami, A. (2011). Perceptual weight judgments when viewing one’s own and other’s movements under minimalist conditions of visual presentation. Perception, 40, 1081-1103.

15. Auvray, M., Gallace, A., & Spence, C. (2011). Tactile short term memory for stimuli presented on the fingertips and across the rest of the body surface. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 73, 1227-1241.

14. Hanneton, S., Auvray, M., & Durette, B. (2010). The Vibe: A versatile vision-to-audition sensory substitution device. Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, 7, 269-276.

13. Auvray, M., Myin, E., & Spence, C. (2010). The sensory-discriminative and affective-motivational aspects of pain. In F. McGlone (Ed.) Touch, Temperature, Pleasure, and Pain, special issue of Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 34, 214-223.

12. Auvray, M., & Myin, E. (2009). Perception with compensatory devices. From sensory substitution to sensorimotor extension. Cognitive Science, 33, 1036-1058.

11. Auvray, M., Lenay, C., & Stewart, J. (2009). Perceptual interactions in a minimalist environment. New Ideas in Psychology, 27, 79-97.

10. Auvray, M., Gallace, A., Hartcher-O’Brien, J., Tan, H. Z., & Spence, C. (2008). Tactile and visual distractors induce changeblindness for tactile stimuli presented on the fingertips. Brain Research, 1213, 111-119.

9. Auvray, M., & Spence, C. (2008). The multisensory perception of flavour.Consciousness & Cognition, 17, 1016-1031.

8. Auvray, M., Gallace, A., Tan, H. Z., & Spence, C. (2007). Crossmodal change blindness between vision and touch. Acta Psychologica, 126, 79-97.

7. Auvray, M., Philipona, D., O’Regan, J. K., & Spence, C. (2007). The perception of space and form recognition in a simulated environment: The case of minimalist sensory-substitution devices. Perception, 36, 1736-1751.

6. Auvray, M., Hanneton, S., & O’Regan, J. K. (2007). Learning to perceive with a visuo-auditory substitution system: Localization and object recognition with The Voice. Perception, 36, 416-430.

5. Gallace, A., Auvray, M., & Spence, C. (2007). The modulation of haptic line bisection using a visual illusion and optokinetic stimulation. Perception, 36, 1003-1018.

4. Gallace, A., Auvray, M., Tan, H. Z., & Spence, C. (2006). When visual transients impair tactile change detection: A novel case of crossmodal change blindness?Neuroscience Letters, 398, 280-285.

3. Auvray, M., Hanneton, S., Lenay, C., & O’Regan, J. K. (2005). There is something out there: Distal attribution in sensory substitution, twenty years later. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 4, 505-521.

2. Auvray, M. (2003). Bergson, une théorie sensorimotrice de la perception. Psychologie et Histoire, 4, 61-100.

1. Auvray, M., & O’Regan, J. K. (2003). L’influence des facteurs sémantiques sur la cécité aux changements progressifs dans les scènes visuelles. L’Année Psychologique, 103, 9-32.

Book chapters

11. Auvray, M., & Farina, M. (forthcoming). Patrolling the boundaries of synaethesia: A critical appraisal of transient and artificially-acquired forms of synaesthetic experiences. In O. Deroy (Ed.). Synaesthesia: Philosophical & Psychological challenges.

10. Ptito, M., Iversen, K., Auvray, M., Deroy, O., Kupers, R. (forthcoming). The pluripotent visual cortex in congenital blindness. In F. Macpherson (Ed.). Sensory Substitution and Augmentation, London: Proceedings of the British Academy.

9. Hartcher-O’Brien, J., Auvray, M., & Hayward, V. (2015). The spontaneous mapping between distance and haptic feedback delay provides instant access to object distance in the absence of vision. Proceedings of the 2015 IEEE World Haptics Conference (pp. 7-12).

8. Auvray, M., & Deroy, O. (2015). How do synesthetes experience the world? In M. Matthen (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Perception (pp. 640-658), Oxford: Oxford University Press.

7. Hartcher-O'Brien, J., Terekhov, A., Auvray, M., & Hayward, V. (2014). Haptic shape constancy across distance. Haptics: Neuroscience, Devices, Modeling, and Applications Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp 77-84). Springer: Heidelberg, New-York, Dordrecht. Proceedings of Eurohaptics, 24-26 June, Versailles, France. doi: 10.1007/978-3-662-44193-0_11.

6. Deroy, O., & Auvray, M. (2014). A crossmodal perspective on sensory substitution. In S. Biggs, M. Matthen, & D. Stokes (Eds.), Perception and Its Modalities (pp. 327-349), Oxford: Oxford University Press.

5. Gallay, M., Denis, M., & Auvray, M. (2013). Navigation assistance for blind pedestrians: Guidelines for the design of devices and implications for spatial cognition. In T. Tenbrink, J. Wiener, & C. Claramunt (Eds.), Representing space in cognition: Interrelations of behaviour, language, and formal models. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

4. Tarroux, P., & Auvray, M. (2012). La perception visuelle [Visual perception]. In M. Denis (Ed.), La Psychologie Cognitive (pp. 39-69), Paris:Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.

3. Auvray, M., & Fuchs, P. (2007). Perception, immersion et interactions sensorimotrices en environnement virtuel. In A. Grumbach & E. Klinger (Eds.), Réalité Virtuelle et Cognition (pp. 23-36), numéro spécial de Intellectica.

2. Auvray, M. (2006). Remplacer un sens par un autre : La suppléance perceptive. In P. Fuchs (Ed.), Le Traité de la Réalité Virtuelle III, Vol.1, L’Homme et l’Environnement Virtuel (pp. 173-188). Paris : Les Presses de l’Ecole des Mines.

1. Auvray, M. (2006). Théories de la perception : Le monde comme mémoire externe. In P. Fuchs (Ed.), Le Traité de la Réalité Virtuelle III, Vol.1, L’Homme et l’Environnement Virtuel (pp. 209-228). Paris : Les Presses de l’Ecole des Mines.

Other publications

Katz, B., Kammoun, S., Parseihian, G., Gutierrez, O., Brilhault, A., Auvray, M., Truillet, P., Thorpe, S., & Jouffrais, C. (2012). NAVIG: Augmented reality guidance system for the visually impaired. Virtual Reality Journal, 16(4), 253-269; doi: 10.1007/s10055-012-0213-6.

Katz, B., Dramas, F., Parseihian, G., Gutierrez, O., Kammoun, S., Brilhault, A., Brunet, L., Gallay, M., Oriola, B., Auvray, M., Truillet, P., Thorpe, S., & Jouffrais, C. (2012). NAVIG guidance system for the visually impaired using virtual augmented reality. Technology and Disability, 24, 163-178.

Kammoun, S., Parseihian, G., Gutierrez, O., Brilhault, A., Serpa, A., Raynal, M., Oriola, B., Macé, M., Auvray, M., Denis, M., Thorpe, S., Truillet, P., Katz B., Jouffrais, C., (2012). Navigation and space perception assistance for the visually impaired: The NAVIG project. IRBM, Ingénierie et Recherche Biomédicale, 33(2), 182-189.

Gauchou, H., & Auvray, M. (2007). L’inhibition comme absence de représentation: L’exemple de la cécité aux changements. Le Journal des Psychologues, 244, 29-34.

Auvray, M., Lenay, C., O’Regan, J. K., & Lefèvre, J. (2005). Suppléance perceptive, immersion et informations proprioceptives. Arobase, 1, 94-114.

Khatchatourov, A., & Auvray, M. (2005). L’outil modifie-t’il la perception ou la rend-il possible ? Arobase, 1, 65-70.

Auvray, M. (2005). La suppléance perceptive : Implications sur les théories de la perception. VOIR, n° 30-31. Les aspects culturels de la vision et les autres modalités perceptives III. L’ouïe, 2-13.

Auvray, M., & O’Regan, J. K. (2003). Voir avec les oreilles : Enjeux de la substitution sensorielle. Pour la Science, 39, 30-35.

submitted and in preparation

Arnold, G., Spence, C., & Auvray, M. (submitted). What perspective do observers adopt when interpreting tactile stimuli? A review of the research on the tactile ambiguous symbol recognition paradigm.

Arnold, G. & Auvray, M. (submitted). The graphesthesia paradigm: drawing letters on the body to investigate the embodied nature of spatial perspective taking.

O’Brien, J., Hayward, V., & Auvray, M. (in preparation). Frames of reference at the tip of your finger and in the palm of your hand.

Arnold, G. & Auvray, M. (in preparation). Blind and sighted people differ in the way they mentally represent space from different perspectives.

Arnold, G. & Auvray, M. (in preparation). Tactile symbol recognition: Specificity versus generalization of learning.

Brunet, L., Gallay, M., Darses, F., & Auvray, M. (in preparation). Strategies and needs of blind pedestrians during urban navigation.

Auvray, M., Gallace, A., & Spence, C. (in preparation). What perspective do people take when tactile letters are presented across the body surface?

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