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Assistant Profesor

ECO3D - Space and 3D context


I am associate professor at Université Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier. I investigate visual mechanisms of time-to-contact perception and its relation with non-visual information, as attention, space or non-visual cues. I also study anticipation abilities of sport experts, and try to compare these performances with those of artificial neural networks using neurocomputational methods.


Movement Sciences :

  • neurophysiology
  • statistics
  • perception & action


  • DeLucia, P.R., Meza-Arroyo, M., Baurès, R., Ranjit, M., Hsiang, S., & Gorman, J. (2016). Continuous Response Monitoring of Relative Time-to-Contact Judgments : Does Effective Information Change During an Approach Event ? Ecological Psychology, 28(1), 1-22.
  • Amorim, M.-A., Siegler, I., Baurès, R., & Oliveira, A.M. (2015). The embodied dynamics of perceptual causality : a slippery slope ? Frontiers in Psychology, 6:483. doi : 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00483
  • Prigent, E., Hansen, C., Baurès, R., Darracq, C. & Amorim, M.-A. (2015). Predicting where a ball will land : From thrower’s body language to ball’s motion. Experimental Brain Research, 233, 567-576.
  • Baurès, R., Bennett, S.J., & Causer, J. (2015). Temporal estimation with two moving objects : overt and covert pursuit. Experimental Brain Research, 233, 253-261.
  • Baurès, R., Oberfeld, D., Tournier, I., Hecht, H., & Cavallo, V. (2014). Arrival-time judgments on multi-lane streets : The failure to ignore irrelevant traffic. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 65, 72-84.
  • Landwehr, K., Baurès, R., Oberfeld, D., & Hecht, H. (2013). Visual Discrimination Thresholds for Time-to-Arrival. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 75, 1465-1472.
  • Baurès, R., & Hecht, H. (2011). The effect of body posture on long range time-to-contact estimation. Perception, 40, 674-681.
  • Baurès, R., Oberfeld, D., & Hecht, H. (2011). Temporal-range estimation of multiple objects : Evidence for an early bottleneck. Acta Psychologica, 137, 76-82.
  • Bennett, S.J., Baurès, R., Hecht, H., & Benguigui, N. (2010). Eye movements influence estimation of time-to-contact in prediction motion. Experimental Brain Research, 206, 399-407.
  • Keshavarz, B., Landwehr, K., Baurès, R., Oberfeld, D., Hecht, H., & Benguigui, N. (2010). Age-Correlated Incremental Consideration of Velocity Information in Relative Time-to-Arrival Judgments. Ecological Psychology, 22(3), 212-221.
  • Baurès, R., Oberfeld, D. & Hecht, H. (2010). Judging the contact-times of multiple objects : Evidence for asymmetric interference. Acta Psychologica, 134, 363-371.
  • Baurès, R., Benguigui, N., Amorim, M.A., & Hecht, H. (2009). Intercepting real and simulated falling objects : What is the difference ? Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 184, 48-53.
  • Benguigui, N., Broderick, M.P., Baurès, R., & Amorim, M.A. (2008). Motion prediction and the velocity effect in children. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 26, 389-407.
  • Benguigui, N., Baurès, R., Le Runigo, C. (2008). Visuomotor delay in interceptive actions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 31(2), 200-201.
  • Baurès, R., Benguigui, N., Amorim, M.A., & Siegler, I.A. (2007). Intercepting free falling objects : better use Occam’s razor than internalize Newton’s law. Vision Research, 47, 2982-2991.

Mise à jour 09/03/2016