Thomas Andrillon
Thomas Andrillon
Paris Brain Institute
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Regional slow waves and spindles in human sleep
Y Nir, RJ Staba, T Andrillon, VV Vyazovskiy, C Cirelli, I Fried, G Tononi
Neuron 70 (1), 153-169, 2011
Sleep spindles in humans: insights from intracranial EEG and unit recordings
T Andrillon*, Y Nir*, RJ Staba, F Ferrarelli, C Cirelli, G Tononi, I Fried
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (49), 17821-17834, 2011
Selective neuronal lapses precede human cognitive lapses following sleep deprivation
Y Nir, T Andrillon, A Marmelshtein, N Suthana, C Cirelli, G Tononi, I Fried
Nature medicine 23 (12), 1474-1480, 2017
Single-neuron activity and eye movements during human REM sleep and awake vision
T Andrillon*, Y Nir*, C Cirelli, G Tononi, I Fried
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-10, 2015
Napping: a public health issue. From epidemiological to laboratory studies
B Faraut, T Andrillon, MF Vecchierini, D Leger
Sleep medicine reviews 35, 85-100, 2017
Neural markers of responsiveness to the environment in human sleep
T Andrillon, AT Poulsen, LK Hansen, D Léger, S Kouider
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (24), 6583-6596, 2016
Inducing task-relevant responses to speech in the sleeping brain
S Kouider, T Andrillon, LS Barbosa, L Goupil, TA Bekinschtein
Current Biology 24 (18), 2208-2214, 2014
Formation and suppression of acoustic memories during human sleep
T Andrillon, D Pressnitzer, D Léger, S Kouider
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-15, 2017
A cognitive profile of multi-sensory imagery, memory and dreaming in aphantasia
AJ Dawes, R Keogh, T Andrillon, J Pearson
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-10, 2020
Perceptual learning of acoustic noise generates memory-evoked potentials
T Andrillon, S Kouider, T Agus, D Pressnitzer
Current Biology 25 (21), 2823-2829, 2015
Does the mind wander when the brain takes a break? Local sleep in wakefulness, attentional lapses and mind-wandering
T Andrillon, J Windt, T Silk, S Drummond, MA Bellgrove, N Tsuchiya
Frontiers in Neuroscience, 949, 2019
The vigilant sleeper: neural mechanisms of sensory (de) coupling during sleep
T Andrillon, S Kouider
Current Opinion in Physiology 15, 47-59, 2020
Sleepers track informative speech in a multitalker environment
G Legendre*, T Andrillon*, M Koroma, S Kouider
Nature human behaviour 3 (3), 274-283, 2019
A reply to “the unfolding argument”: Beyond functionalism/behaviorism and towards a truer science of causal structural theories of consciousness
N Tsuchiya, T Andrillon, A Haun
Consciousness and Cognition 79, 102877, 2020
Predicting lapses of attention with sleep-like slow waves
T Andrillon, A Burns, T Mackay, J Windt, N Tsuchiya
Nature Communications, 3657, 2021
Implicit memory for words heard during sleep
T Andrillon, S Kouider
Neuroscience of consciousness 2016 (1), 2016
Revisiting the value of polysomnographic data in insomnia: more than meets the eye
T Andrillon, G Solelhac, P Bouchequet, F Romano, MP Le Brun, ...
Sleep medicine 66, 184-200, 2020
Sleepers selectively suppress informative inputs during rapid eye movements
M Koroma, C Lacaux*, T Andrillon*, G Legendre, D Léger, S Kouider
Current Biology 30 (12), 2411-2417. e3, 2020
Daytime exposure to blue-enriched light counters the effects of sleep restriction on cortisol, testosterone, alpha-amylase and executive processes
B Faraut, T Andrillon, C Drogou, C Gauriau, A Dubois, A Servonnet, ...
Frontiers in Neuroscience, 1366, 2020
Probing machine-learning classifiers using noise, bubbles, and reverse correlation
E Thoret, T Andrillon, D Léger, D Pressnitzer
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 362, 109297, 2021
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