Journal articles


Morvan, C. & Maloney, L (2012) PLoS Computational Biology
8(2) Human visual search does not maximize the post-saccadic probability of identifying targets.
[supplement]

Zhang, H., Morvan, C., & Maloney, L. T. (2010) PLoS Computational Biology 6(12)
Gambling in the visual periphery: A conjoint-measurement analysis of human ability to judge visual uncertainty.

Morvan, C. & Wexler, M. (2009) Journal of Vision, 9(7), 1-13
The nonlinear structure of motion perception during smooth eye movements.
[supplement]

Morvan, C. & Wexler, M. (2005) Journal of Vision, 5(2), 131-138
Reference frames in early motion detection.


Publication pending (manuscripts available upon request)


Pedersini, R., Morvan, C., Horowitz, T., Maloney, L. & Wolfe, J. (Pending)
Search must have a stop - Stopping rules in abstract search.

Zhang, H., Morvan, C., Etezad-Heydari, L-A. & Maloney, L. (Pending)
Eye-hand coordination for reward maximization.

Morvan, C., Deubel, H. & Cavanagh, P. (In Prep.)
Persisting image of saccade target is seen in spatiotopic coordinates.

Morvan, C. & Cavanagh, P. (In Prep.)
Crowding is immune to the pre-saccadic attentional shift.

Thesis


"Motion perception during smooth pursuit". Defended in January 2007 at the Collège de France, Paris.
Committee members: Eric Castet, Patrick Cavanagh, Pascal Mamassian, Tom Freeman, Charles Pierrot-Deseilligny, Jacques Droulez and Mark Wexler. [pdf]


Conferences


  • Morvan, C., Zhang, H. & Maloney, L.T. (2010) Observers are inconsistent and inaccurate in judging their own visual detection ability at different retinal locations. Journal of Vision, 10(7): 1303. VSS, Naples, FL. [abstract]
  • Pedersini, R., Morvan, C., Horowitz, T., Maloney, L. & Wolfe, J. (2010) An abstract equivalent of visual search: Gain maximization fails in the absence of visual judgments. Journal of Vision, 10(7): 1303. VSS, Naples, FL. [abstract]
  • Zhang, H., Morvan, C., Etezad-Heydari, L-A. & Maloney, L. (2010) Eye-hand coordination in finding and touching a target among distractors. Journal of Vision, 10(7): 532. VSS, Naples, FL. [abstract]
  • Morvan C, Maloney L (2009) Suboptimal selection of initial saccade in a visual search task. Perception 38 ECVP [abstract]
  • Morvan, C. & Maloney, L.T. (2009) Suboptimal selection of the initial saccade in a visual search task. Journal of Vision, 8(8): 444. VSS, Naples, FL. [abstract]
  • Morvan, C. & Maloney, L.T. (2009) Human visual search does not maximize the post-saccadic probability of identifying targets. BCCN, Frankfurt, Germany.
  • Pedersini, R., Morvan, C., Horowitz, T., Maloney, L. & Wolfe, J. (2009) Do subjects maximize gain in search? Comparison of visual and nonvisual sequential decision making tasks. Society for Judgement and Decision Making Meeting. Boston, MA.
  • Morvan, C. & Maloney, L.T. (2009) Suboptimal selection of the initial saccade in a visual search task. Cosyne, Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Morvan, C., Droulez, J. & Wexler, M. (2007) New results in motion constancy during smooth pursuit eye movements. Journal of Vision, 7(9), 725. VSS, Sarasota, FL. [abstract]
  • Morvan, C. & Wexler, M (2006). Influence of retinal information on the smooth pursuit compensation signal. Perception 35 ECVP [abstract]
  • Morvan, C. & Wexler, M. (2005). The timing of space constancy during smooth pursuit eye movements. Journal of Vision, 5(2), 131. VSS, Sarasota, Fl. [abstract]
  • Bullot, N.J., Droulez, J., Morvan, C. & Pylyshyn, Z.W. (2004). Keeping track of objects while exploring a spatial layout with partial cues: Location-based and direction-based strategies. Journal of Vision, 4(8), 364. VSS, Sarasota, Fl. [abstract]
  • Morvan, C. & Wexler, M. (2004). Motion detection by active observers. Journal of Vision, 4(8), 566. VSS, Sarasota, Fl. [abstract]
  • Morvan, C. & Wexler, M. (2004). Early compensation for smooth-pursuit eye movement in motion detection. Perception 34 ECVP [abstract]
  • Morvan, C. & Wexler, M. (2003). The detection of motion in any reference frame. Perception 33 ECVP [abstract]