Journal articles

J. Johnston and P.M. Daye and G. Thomson (2017) Inaccurate saccades and enhanced vestibulo-ocular reflex suppression during combined eye-head movements in patients with chronic neck pain: possible implications for cervical vertigo Frontiers in Neurology, Vol. 8--:23, doi: 10.3389/fneur.2017.00023


E. Hainque and E. Apartis and P.M. Daye (2016) Switching between two targets with non-constant velocity profiles reveals shared internal model of target motion European Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 44-8:2622-2634, doi: 10.1111/ejn.13370


E. Pretegiani and C. Astefanoaei and P.M. Daye and E.J. FitzGibbon and D.-E. Creanga and A. Rufa and L.M. Optican (2015) Action and Perception Are Temporally Coupled by a Common Mechanism That Leads to a Timing Misperception The Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 35-4:1493-1504, doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2054-14.2015


P.M. Daye and D.C. Roberts and D.S. Zee and L.M. Optican (2015) Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Suppression during Head-Fixed Saccades Reveals Gaze Feedback Control The Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 35-3:1192-1198, doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3875-14.2015


P.M. Daye and L.M. Optican and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2014) Hierarchical control of two-dimensional gaze saccades Journal of Computational Neuroscience, Vol. 36-3:355-382, doi: 10.1007/s10827-013-0477-1


P.M. Daye and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2014) Catch-up saccades in head-unrestrained conditions reveal that saccade amplitude is corrected using an internal model of target movement Journal of Vision, Vol. 14-1:12, doi: 10.1167/14.1.12


P.M. Daye and L.M. Optican (2014) Saccade detection using a particle filter Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Vol. 235:157--168, doi: 10.1016/j.jneumeth.2014.06.020


P.M. Daye and L.M. Optican and E. Roze and B. Gaymard and P. Pouget (2013) Neuromimetic model of saccades for localizing deficits in an atypical eye-movement pathology Journal of Translational Medicine, Vol. 11-1:125, doi: 10.1186/1479-5876-11-125


P.M. Daye and I.E. Monosov and O. Hikosaka and D.A. Leopold and L.M. Optican (2013) pyElectrode: an open-source tool using structural MRI for electrode positioning and neuron mapping Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Vol. 213-1:123 - 131, doi: 10.1016/j.jneumeth.2012.12.012


P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2012) Target motion direction influence on tracking performance and head tracking strategies in head-unrestrained conditions. Journal of Vision, Vol. 12-1, doi: 10.1167/12.1.23


P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2010) Saccadic compensation for smooth eye and head movements during head-unrestrained two-dimensional tracking. Journal of Neurophysiology, Vol. 103-1:543--556, doi: 10.1152/jn.00656.2009



Book chapter

L.M. Optican and P.M. Daye and C. Quaia (2013), Neural Mechanisms of Fixations and Saccades: the Eye Plant and Low-Level Control In John S. Werner and Leo M. Chalupa, editors, The new visual neurosciences:865-878 , The MIT Press, url: http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/new-visual-neurosciences



Conferences

P. Pouget and P. M. Daye and S. Rivaud-Péchoux and N. Wattiez and B. Gaymard (2014) Rebound in latencies distribution reveals cortical involvement in saccadic inhibition. SfN annual meeting


C. Kayal and B. Gaymard and P. M. Daye (2014) Sensitivity of catch-up saccades kinematics to repeated unperceived changes of target velocity. SfN annual meeting, Download


E. Hainque and E. Apartis-Bourdieu and P. M. Daye (2014) Eye movements during a transition between different non-constant target velocity profiles. SfN annual meeting, Download


P. M. Daye and L. M. Optican (2014) A new reduction method for setting synaptic weights of conductance-based neurons with slow and/or fast receptors to simulate behavior in a spiking neural network. SfN annual meeting, Download


P. M. Daye and L. M. Optican and E. Roze and B. Gaymard and P. Pouget (2013) Neuromimetic model of saccades for localizing deficits in an atypical eye-movement pathology. Gordon Research Seminar on Eye movements, Download


P. M. Daye and R. Jungers and L. M. Optican (2013) Stability analysis of an averaged bilateral conductance-based model of the neural integrator. Gordon Research Conference on Eye movements, Download


P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2011) Head-unrestrained tracking of 2-D targets reveals head tracking strategies and head-unrestrained catch-up saccades triggering threshold NCM annual meeting


P. M. Daye and D. S. Zee and L. M. Optican (2011) Vertical saccades in the dark during yaw chair rotation reveals interaction between VOR cancellation and VOR suppression mechanisms. SfN annual meeting, Download


P. M. Daye and L. M. Optican and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2011) New model of gaze tracking: Novel architecture with parallel gaze and head controllers. Gordon Research Conference on eye movements, Download


P. M. Daye and L. M. Optican (2011) From Isolated Experiments to the Big Picture: a Mathematical Model of Eye-Head Coordination National Eye Institute Focus on Fellows, Download


P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and L. M. Optican and P. Lefèvre (2010) New model of gaze tracking in 2D: Compensation for perturbations of the head. Benelux meeting on Systems and Control


P. M. Daye and L. M. Optican and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2010) Catch-up saccades in head-unrestrained condition reveal VOR cancellation and online compensation for target motion. NCM annual meeting


P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and L. M. Optican and P. Lefèvre (2009) A gaze saccade model based on separate head and gaze controllers. Benelux meeting on Systems and Control


L. M. Optican and P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2009) New model of gaze tracking in 2D: II. Compensation for perturbations of the head. SfN annual meeting


P. M. Daye and L. M. Optican and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2009) New model of gaze tracking in 2D: I. Novel architecture with independent gaze and head controllers. SfN annual meeting


P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2008) Compensation for smooth eye and head movements by gaze saccades during head-unrestrained tracking. SfN annual meeting


P. M. Daye and V. Wertz and P. Lefèvre (2007) Why must the brain take into account the eyes translations during active head movement ? Benelux meeting on Systems and Control


P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2007) Programming of head-unrestrained catch-up saccades during gaze pursuit in 2D. SfN annual meeting



Proceedings

G. Blohm and P.M. Daye and P. Lefèvre (2009) Transforming retinal velocity into 3D motor coordinates for pursuit eye movements 4th European Conference of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering, Vol. 22:55-58


P. M. Daye and G. Blohm and P. Lefèvre (2009) Compensation for smooth eye and head movements by gaze saccades during head-unrestrained tracking. 4th European Conference of the International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering, Vol. 22:2146-2149



PhD thesis

P.M. Daye (2010) Behavioral and modeling studies of eye and head coordination , UCLouvain, url: http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/68566, Download