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1. Hobeika, Lise. Interplay between multisensory integration and social interaction in auditory space : towards an integrative neuroscience approach of proxemics : Impact du contexte social sur le codage multisensoriel de l’espace autour du corps : la proxémie revisitée par les neurosciences intégratives.

Degree: Docteur es, Sciences cognitives, 2017, Sorbonne Paris Cité

L'homme ne perçoit pas l'espace de manière homogène : le cerveau code l'espace proche du corps différemment de l'espace lointain. Cette distinction joue un rôle primordial notre comportement social : l'espace proche du corps, appelé espace péripersonnel (EPP), serait une zone de protection du corps, où la présence d'un individu est perçue comme une menace. L'EPP a été initialement décrit par la psychologie sociale et l'anthropologie, comme un facteur de la communication humaine. L'EPP a été plus tard décrit chez le singe par des études de neurophysiologie comme un espace codé par des neurones multisensoriels. Ces neurones déchargent uniquement en réponse à des évènements sensoriels situés à une distance limitée du corps du singe (qu'ils soient tactiles, visuels ou auditifs). L'ensemble de ces neurones multisensoriels code ainsi l'EPP tout autour du corps. Ce codage exclusif de l'EPP est crucial pour interagir avec le monde extérieur, car c'est dans cet espace que sont réalisées les actions visant à protéger le corps ou visant à atteindre des objets autour de soi. Le codage mutlisensoriel de l'EPP pendant des interactions sociales est à ce jour peu étudié. Dans ce travail de recherche, nous avons réalisé plusieurs études en vu d'identifier des facteurs contribuant à la perméabilité de l'EPP et ses aspects adaptatifs. Une première étude a examiné les frontières latérales de l'EPP chez des individus seuls, en mesurant l'interaction d'une source sonore dynamique s'approchant du corps avec le temps de détection de stimulations tactiles. Cette étude a montré des différences dans la taille de l'EPP entre les deux hémi-espaces, qui seraient liées à la latéralité manuelle. Une seconde étude a exploré les modulations de l'EPP dans des contextes sociaux. Elle a montré que l'EPP est modifié lorsque des individus réalisent une tâche en collaboration. La troisième étude est une recherche méthodologique qui vise à dépasser les limitations des paradigmes comportementaux utilisés actuellement pour mesurer l'EPP. Elle propose de nouvelles pistes pour évaluer comment les stimuli approchant le corps sont intégrés en fonction de leur distance et du contexte multisensoriel dans lequel ils sont traités. L'ensemble de ces travaux montre l'intérêt d'étudier l'intégration multisensorielle autour du corps dans l'espace 3D pour comprendre pleinement l'EPP, et les impacts potentiels de facteurs sociaux sur les processus multisensoriels de bas-niveaux. De plus, ces études soulignent l'importance pour les neurosciences sociales de développer des protocoles expérimentaux réellement sociaux, à plusieurs participants.

The space near the body, called peripersonal space (PPS), was originally studied in social psychology and anthropology as an important factor in interpersonal communication. It was later described by neurophysiological studies in monkeys as a space mapped with multisensory neurons. Those neurons discharge only when events are occurring near the body (be it tactile, visual or audio information), delineating the space that people…

Advisors/Committee Members: Viaud-Delmon, Isabelle (thesis director).

Subjects/Keywords: Espace péripersonnel; Intégration audio-tactile; Cognition sociale; Latéralité manuelle; Perception de l'espace; Peripersonal space; Audio-tactile integration; Social cognition; Handedness; Space perception; 573.87

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APA (6th Edition):

Hobeika, L. (2017). Interplay between multisensory integration and social interaction in auditory space : towards an integrative neuroscience approach of proxemics : Impact du contexte social sur le codage multisensoriel de l’espace autour du corps : la proxémie revisitée par les neurosciences intégratives. (Doctoral Dissertation). Sorbonne Paris Cité. Retrieved from http://www.theses.fr/2017USPCB116

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Hobeika, Lise. “Interplay between multisensory integration and social interaction in auditory space : towards an integrative neuroscience approach of proxemics : Impact du contexte social sur le codage multisensoriel de l’espace autour du corps : la proxémie revisitée par les neurosciences intégratives.” 2017. Doctoral Dissertation, Sorbonne Paris Cité. Accessed August 12, 2020. http://www.theses.fr/2017USPCB116.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Hobeika, Lise. “Interplay between multisensory integration and social interaction in auditory space : towards an integrative neuroscience approach of proxemics : Impact du contexte social sur le codage multisensoriel de l’espace autour du corps : la proxémie revisitée par les neurosciences intégratives.” 2017. Web. 12 Aug 2020.

Vancouver:

Hobeika L. Interplay between multisensory integration and social interaction in auditory space : towards an integrative neuroscience approach of proxemics : Impact du contexte social sur le codage multisensoriel de l’espace autour du corps : la proxémie revisitée par les neurosciences intégratives. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. Sorbonne Paris Cité; 2017. [cited 2020 Aug 12]. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2017USPCB116.

Council of Science Editors:

Hobeika L. Interplay between multisensory integration and social interaction in auditory space : towards an integrative neuroscience approach of proxemics : Impact du contexte social sur le codage multisensoriel de l’espace autour du corps : la proxémie revisitée par les neurosciences intégratives. [Doctoral Dissertation]. Sorbonne Paris Cité; 2017. Available from: http://www.theses.fr/2017USPCB116


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2. Cheong, Yong Jeon. Worlds of Musics: Cognitive Ethnomusicological Inquiries on Experience of Time and Space in Human Music-making.

Degree: PhD, Music, 2019, The Ohio State University

This dissertation is a cognitive ethnomusicological investigation regarding how each individual creates his or her own world via different musical behaviors. The goal of this thesis is to contribute to a model of our sense of time and space from an interdisciplinary perspective. There is a long tradition that we use two cognitive constructs, `time’ and `space’, when talking about the world. In order to understand how we humans construct our own worlds cognitively via music-making, I first distinguished two behaviors in music performance (singing vs. instrument playing). I looked at how the different modes of music-making shape our body in a distinctive way and modifies our perception of time and space. For the cognitive sections (chapters 2 & 3), I discussed not only building blocks of temporal experience but also features of space pertaining to the body. In order to build a comparative perspective (chapter 4), I examined various ancient understandings of time and space in different cultures. In terms of music evolution (chapter 5), I looked at the transformative power of music-making and speculated about potentially different modulatory processes between singing and instrument playing. The discussion in the cognitive sections provided the basic ideas for my `Hear Your Touch’ project consisting of two behavioral experiments (chapter 6). I focused not only on two elements of temporal experience: 1) event detection, and 2) perception of temporal order, but also on several elements of spatial experience: 1) body space, 2) audio-tactile integration, and 3) space pertaining to hands. Both simple reaction time and temporal order judgment experiments provide supporting evidence for differences in spatiotemporal processing between musicians and non-musicians as well as between vocalists and instrumentalists. The simple reaction time experiment suggests that instrumental musical training contributes to enhanced multisensory integration through co-activation. The temporal order judgment experiment indicates not only that musical training changes response to audio-tactile stimuli but also that instrumental training modifies the perception of temporal order. Compared to non-musicians and vocalists, instrumentalists showed significantly lower absolute and difference thresholds. These demonstrate different effects of specific musical training on our perceptions of time and space. My experimental findings support that, although they are often considered as distinctive cognitive constructs (chapter 4), time and space are established together through our bodily experiences. In connection with music evolution (chapter 5), it is highly likely that the use of both vocal and non-vocal sounds in a communication system might have had significant influence on the development of human cognition by transforming our bodies, our perception of, and our action toward the world. This work suggests that there are many musics that allow us to have different worlds. Advisors/Committee Members: Udo, Will (Advisor).

Subjects/Keywords: Music; Cognitive Psychology; Philosophy of Science; Evolution and Development; Comparative; music-making; time; space; specific music training; cultural factor; spatiotemporal processing; multisensory integration; audio-tactile; temporal order judgment; simple reaction time; peripersonal space; music evolution; design features; speech surrogates

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APA (6th Edition):

Cheong, Y. J. (2019). Worlds of Musics: Cognitive Ethnomusicological Inquiries on Experience of Time and Space in Human Music-making. (Doctoral Dissertation). The Ohio State University. Retrieved from http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=osu1555598154844572

Chicago Manual of Style (16th Edition):

Cheong, Yong Jeon. “Worlds of Musics: Cognitive Ethnomusicological Inquiries on Experience of Time and Space in Human Music-making.” 2019. Doctoral Dissertation, The Ohio State University. Accessed August 12, 2020. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=osu1555598154844572.

MLA Handbook (7th Edition):

Cheong, Yong Jeon. “Worlds of Musics: Cognitive Ethnomusicological Inquiries on Experience of Time and Space in Human Music-making.” 2019. Web. 12 Aug 2020.

Vancouver:

Cheong YJ. Worlds of Musics: Cognitive Ethnomusicological Inquiries on Experience of Time and Space in Human Music-making. [Internet] [Doctoral dissertation]. The Ohio State University; 2019. [cited 2020 Aug 12]. Available from: http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=osu1555598154844572.

Council of Science Editors:

Cheong YJ. Worlds of Musics: Cognitive Ethnomusicological Inquiries on Experience of Time and Space in Human Music-making. [Doctoral Dissertation]. The Ohio State University; 2019. Available from: http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=osu1555598154844572

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