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Bruno MANTEL

Maître de conférences

Membre de l'équipe CESAMS ((PAMA))

écrire / writeBruno Mantel
UFR STAPS
Université de Caen Normandie
CS 14032
14032 Caen cedex 5
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Université de Caen Normandie
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Caen, France
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Publications

 
 Seifert, L., Orth, D., Mantel, B., Boulanger, J., Hérault, R., & Dicks, M. (2018). Affordance realisation in climbing: learning and transfer. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 820.  -  pdf
 
 
Stoffregen, T.A., Mantel, B. & Bardy, B.G. (2017). The senses considered as one perceptual system. Ecological Psychology, 29(3), 165-197.  -  full text (publisher's)  -  résumé (FR)
 
How many senses do we have? Five? more? We propose that we have only one, by which we perceive the world in relation to ourselves (affordances). We explain why such breaking away from traditional accounts, which consider sensory modalities as separate channels, each conveying its own information, is necessary to understand perception, how it has evolve, what role plays movement in it, what it implies for simulators, etc.   
 Parameters in the global array exist as emergent, higher order patterns that extend across different forms of ambient energy (Fig.9, p.181). Simulation (e.g., treadmill walking) yields patterns in the global array that are different from patterns generated by the corresponding physical animal-environment interactions (Fig.10, p.185). 
 
 Mantel, B., Faugloire, E., & Lejeune, L. (2016). Affordance : théorie, caractérisation et perspectives pour l'ergonomie / Affordances: theory, characterization and prospects for ergonomics. Actes du 51ème Congrès de la SELF, 21-23 septembre 2016, Marseille, France.  -  pdf  -  abstract (EN)
 
 Mantel, B., Stoffregen, T.A., Campbell, A., & Bardy, B.G. (2015). Exploratory movement generates higher-order information that is sufficient for accurate perception of scaled egocentric distance. PLOS ONE, 10(4).  -  pdf  -  html  -  résumé (FR)
 
 Stoffregen, T.A., & Mantel, B. (2015). Exploratory movement and affordances in design. In D.C. Brown & J.R.A. Maier (Eds.), Special issue on Affordances in design, Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 29(3), 257-265.   [invited paper]  -  pdf  -  résumé (FR)
 
 Stoffregen, T.A., & Mantel, B. (2015). Exploratory movement and affordances in design. In D.C. Brown & J.R.A. Maier (Eds.), Special issue on Affordances in design, Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 29(3), 257-265.   [invited paper]  -  pdf  -  résumé (FR)
 
 Mantel, B., Hoppenot, P. & Colle, E. (2012). Perceiving for acting with teleoperated robots: Ecological principles to HRI design. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans, 42(6), 1460-1475.  -  pdf
 
 Mantel, B., Bardy, B.G. & Stoffregen, T.A. (2010). Multimodal perception of reachability expressed through locomotion. Ecological Psychology, 22, 192-211.  -  pdf
 
 Mantel, B., Bardy, B.G. & Stoffregen, T.A. (2007). Critical boudaries and median values in affordance perception. In S. Cummin-Sebree, M. Riley, & K. Shockley (Eds.), Studies in Perception and Action IX (pp. 222-224). New York/London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. ISBN: 978-0-80586-357-4  -  pdf
 
 Mion, L., Avanzini, F., Mantel, B., Bardy, B.G. & Stoffregen, T.A. (2007). Real-time auditory-visual distance rendering for a virtual reaching task. Proceedings of the 2007 ACM symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology (pp. 179-182). New York, NY: ACM.  -  pdf
 
 Stoffregen, T.A., Bardy, B.G. & Mantel, B. (2006). Affordances in the design of enactive systems. Virtual Reality, 10, 4-10.  -  pdf
 
 Bardy, B.G. & Mantel, B. (2006). Ask not what's inside your head, but what your head is inside of (Mace, 1977). Commentary on Lenay, 2006 and Jacob, 2006 (same issue), Intellectica, 43, 53-58.  -  pdf
 
 Expertise d'articles / Paper reviews
 
 Pour les journaux / for journals :   Adaptive Behavior,   Ecological Psychology,   Frontiers in Neuroscience,   IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics (2 articles),   IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems,   PLoS ONE (2 articles),   Vision Research,   Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (21 articles)

 


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