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Dickel Ludovic

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Professeur en Biologie des Comportements

Groupe Mémoire et Plasticité comportementale, EA4259
Esplanade de la Paix, 14000 Caen
Tel : (33)2 31 56 68 91
Fax : (33)2 31 56 56 00
Mail : ludovic.dickel@unicaen.fr





  • Activités de recherche :
Thématiques de recherche :
Neuroéthologie cognitive et cognition comparée
Modèles d’étude :
Seiche (S. officinalis / S. pharaonis / S. elongata) et pieuvres (O. vulgaris / O. bimaculoïdes)
Mots clé :
Développement, apprentissage, mémoire, cognition, invertébrés.

  • Collaborations :
Nationales:
- UMR 6552, EthoS - Ethologie Animale et Humaine, Université de Rennes 1 (Pr M-A Richard, Dr S Lumineau, Dr C Houdelier)
- UMR 5170, Equipe d’Ethologie et de Psychobiologie Sensorielle, Centre Européen des Sciences du Goût, Dijon (Pr B Schaal, Dr G Coureaud)
- Laboratoire Ressources Halieutiques, IFREMER, L’Houmeau (Pr. M.L. Bégout)
- Museum National D’Histoire Naturelle, UMR Borea, (Dr. Bonnaud)
Internationales:
Marine Sensory Ecology Research Center, Eilat Campus, Ben Gurion University, Israël (Dr N Shashar)
Millersville University, PA, Etats Unis (Dr J Boal)
Marine Biological center, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japon (Pr. Y. IKEDA)

  • Bibliographie :
  1. Dickel L., Chichery M.P. and Chichery R. (1997). Ontogeny of memory in the cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Advances in Ethology, suppl. to Ethology, 32, 98.
  2. Dickel L., Chichery M.P. and Chichery R. (1997). Postembryonic maturation of the vertical lobe complex and early development of predatory behavior in the cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 67, 150-160. If=3.443
  3. Agin V., Dickel L., Chichery R. and Chichery M.P. (1998). Evidence for a specific short-term memory in the cuttlefish, Sepia. Behavioural Processes, 43, 329-334. If: 1.684
  4. Dickel L., Chichery M.P. and Chichery R. (1998). Time differences in the emergence of short- and long-term memory during post-embryonic development in the cuttlefish, Sepia. Behavioural Processes, 44, 81-86. If: 1.684
  5. Dickel L. (1999). Effets de l’expérience précoce sur la maturation des capacités mnésiques au cours de l’ontogenèse post-embryonnaire chez la seiche (Sepia officinalis). Annales de la Fondation Fyssen, 14, 86-93.
  6. Dickel L., Boal J.G. and Budelmann B.U. (2000). The effect of early experience on learning and memory in cuttlefish. Developmental Psychobiology, 36(2), 101-110.
  7. Dickel L., Chichery M.P. and Chichery R. (2001). Behavioral flexibility and learning in the cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Advances in Ethology, suppl. to Ethology, 36, 87.
  8. Dickel L., Chichery M.P., and Chichery R. (2001). Increase of learning abilities and maturation of the vertical lobe complex during post-embryonic development in the cuttlefish Sepia. Developmental Psychobiology, 39(2), 92-98.
  9. Domingues P., Poirier R., Dickel L., Almansa E., Sykes A. and Andrade J.P. (2002). Effects of culture density and different live prey on growth and survival of young cuttlefish Sepia officinalis (Linnaeus, 1758). Aquaculture International, 11, 225-242. If:
  10. Poirier R., Chichery R. and Dickel L.(2004). Effect of early experience on sand-digging efficiency in juvenile cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Behavioural Processes, 67(2), 273-279. If: 1.684
  11. Darmaillacq A.S., Dickel L., Chichery M.P., Agin V. and Chichery R. (2004). Rapid taste-aversion learning in adult cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Animal Behaviour. 68, 1291-1298. If: 2.711
  12. Dickel L., Alves C., Bellanger C., Darmaillacq A.S., Graindorge N., Chichery M.P. and Chichery R. (2004). Role of the vertical lobe complex in learning and memory in the cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Bulletin of the Malacological Society of London, 43, 7.
  13. Darmaillacq A.S., Chichery R., Poirier R. and Dickel L. (2004). The effect of early feeding experience on subsequent prey preference in cuttlefish Sepia officinalis. Bulletin of the Malacological Society of London, 43, 7.
  14. Poirier R., Chichery R. and Dickel L. (2004). Brain maturation and early experience in Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Bulletin of the Malacological Society of London, 43, 10.
  15. L. Dickel et N. Shashar (2004). Seiches de Méditerranée , seiches de Mer Rouge : coopération franco-israélienne, Daguesh (Revue pour la Science et la Technologie de l’Ambassade de France en Israël), 51, 8-9.
  16. Dickel L., Alves C., Bellanger C., Darmaillacq A.S., Graindorge N., Chichery M.P., Chichery R. (2004) Role of the vertical lobe complex in learning and memory in the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis. Bulletin of the Malacological Society of London 43:7.
  17. Darmaillacq A.S., Chichery R., Poirier R. and Dickel L.(2004). The effect of early feeding experience on subsequent prey preference by cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis. Developmental Psychobiology. 45(4) 239-244. If:1.8
  18. Komak S., Boal J.G., Dickel L. and Budelmann B.U. (2005). Behavioural responses of juvenile cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) to local water movements. Marine & Freshwater Behavior and Physiology, 38(2), 117-125. if :0.604
  19. Poirier R., Chichery R. and Dickel L. (2005). Effect of early experience on maturation of body patterns in juvenile cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 119(2), 230-237. if :1.552
  20. Dickel L., Darmaillacq A.S., Poirier R., Agin V., Bellanger C. and Chichery R. (2006). Behavioral and Neural maturation in the cuttlefish. Life and Environment. 56, 89-95. if :0.444
  21. Agin V., Chichery R., Chichery MP., Dickel L., Darmaillacq A.S. and Bellanger C. (2006) Behavioural plasticity and neural correlates in adult cuttlefish. Life and Environment. 56, 89-95. if :0.444
  22. Darmaillacq A.S., Chichery R., Shashar N. and Dickel L. (2006). Early familiarization overrides innate prey preference in newly-hatched Sepia officinalis cuttlefish. Animal Behaviour. 71, 511-514 if :2.711Agin V., Chichery R., Dickel L. and Chichery M.P. (2006). The “prawn-in-the-tube” procedure in the cuttlefish: Habituation or passive avoidance learning? Learning and Memory. 13(1), 97-101. if :4.142
  23. Agin V., Poirier R., Chichery R., Dickel L. and Chichery M.P. (2006). Developmental study of multiple memory stages in the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis, Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 86(3), 264-269. If=3.443
  24. Darmaillacq A.S., Chichery R. and Dickel L. (2006) Food imprinting, new evidence from the cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Biology Letters 2, 345-347 if :2, 716
  25. Alves C., Darmaillacq A.S., Shashar N. and Dickel L. (2006). Field and laboratory of Sepia (Doratosepion) elongate d’Orbigny (1845), The Veliger, 48(4):313-316. if :0.6
  26. Alves C., Chichery R., Boal J.G. and Dickel L. (2006). Orientation in the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis, response versus place learning, Animal Cognition. 10, 29-36. if :2.54
  27. Alves C., Modéran J., Chichery R., Dickel L. (2006) Plasticity of spatial learning strategies in the common cuttlefish. Cognitive Processing 7(5):111.
  28. Graindorge N., Alves C., Darmaillacq A.S., Chichery R., Dickel L. and Bellanger C (2006). Effects of dorsal and ventral electrolytic lesions of the vertical lobe on spatial learning and locomotor activity in Sepia. Behavioural Neurosciences. 120(5), 1151-1158. if :2.907
  29. Graindorge N., Jozet-Alves C., Chichery R., Dickel L., Bellanger C. (2008) Does kainic acid induce partial brain lesion in an invertebrate model: Sepia officinalis? Comparison with electrolytic lesion. Brain Research 1238:44-52.
  30. Alves C., Boal J.G. and Dickel L. (2008). Short distance navigation in in Cephalopods : a review and synthesis. Cognitive Processing. 9(4):239-247. if :NA
  31. Darmaillacq AS, Lesimple C & Dickel L (2008): Embryonic visual learning in the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis. Animal Behaviour. 76(1) 131-134. if :2.711
  32. Jozet-Alves C., Modéran J. and Dickel L. (2008) : Sex differences in spatial cognition in an Invertebrate : the cuttlefish. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London (B) 275:2049–2054 if: .4.11
  33. Boal J.G., Franks T.L., Hohmann A.R., Fenwick J. W. and Dickel L.. Imprinting reveals innate multimodal template for prey. Animal Cognition (soumis le 28 Janvier 2009).
  34. Darmaillacq AS, Rahmani N., Dickel L. and Shashar N (2011). Do reef fish Variola louti and Scarus niger perform amodal completion ? Evidence from field study. Journal of Comparative Psychology 125(3) 273-277.
  35. Guibé M. and Dickel L (2012) Embryonic visual experience in cuttlefish and shelter preference. Life and Environment 83(6) 243-246.
  36. Cartron L., Jozet- Alves C., Shashar N., Darmaillacq AS and Dickel L (2012). Cuttlefish rely on both polarized light and landmarks for orientation Animal Cognition 15(4): 591-596.
  37. Jozet-Alves C., Viblanc V, Romagny* S, Dacher M., Healy S, and Dickel L (2012). Visual lateralization is task- and age-dependent in cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Animal Behaviour 83(6) 1313-1318
  38. Guibé M., Poirel N., Houdé O. and Dickel L.(2012). Food imprinting and visual generalization in embryos and newly hatched cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). Animal Behaviour 84(1) 213-217
  39. Romagny S. Darmaillacq AS, Guibé M., Bellanger C., Dickel L. (2012) Feel, smell and see in an egg : emergence of perception and learning in an immature invertebrate, the cuttlefish embryo. Journal of Experimental Biology 215 4125-4130.
  40. Jozet-Alves C. Romagny S., Bellanger C., Dickel L. (2012) Cerebral correlates of visual lateralization in Sepia. Behavioural Brain Research 234 2386-2390
  41. Cartron L. Darmaillacq AS, Dickel L. (2013). The “prawn-in-the-tube” procedure: What do cuttlefish learn and memorize ? Behavioural Brain Research 240 29-32.
  42. Cartron L., Yossef N., Lerner A., Mc Cusker SD, Darmaillacq AS, Dickel L. and Shashar N. Polarization vision can improve object detection in turbid waters by cuttlefish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (in press).
  43. Di Poi C., Darmaillacq AS, Dickel L., Boulouard M., Bellanger C. Effects of perinatal exposure to waterborne fluoxetine on memory processing in the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis. Aquatic Toxicology (in press)
  44. Cartron L, Dickel L, Shashar N, Darmaillacq A-S. Maturation of polarization and intensity sensitivities in Sepia officinalis cuttlefish. Journal of Experimental Biology (in press).
  45. Dickel L, Bonnaud L, Perkins K, Ponte G, Rocha F., Rundfle J., Sykes A. and Fiorito G. Care and maintenance of cephalopods in the research laboratory. Marine Ecology (revision).
  46. Smith JA, Andrews PLR, Hawkins P, Louhimies S., Ponte S. and Dickel L.. Cephalopod research and EU Directive 2010/63/EU: requirements, impacts and ethical review processes. Marine Ecology (revision)


  • Activités d’enseignement :
Université de Caen Basse Normandie (L2/L3/M1/M2, Biologie et Psychologie)
Université Paris XIII (M2, , Biologie et Psychologie)
Université Rennes I (M2, , Biologie et Psychologie)
EPHE
Université de Rouen (M2, Biologie)
Du L2 au M2 (Master EcoCAEN, Neurosciences Caen / Caen-Rouen, Ethologie Fondamentale et Appliquée, Etrhologie Animale et Humaine) : Ethologie, Ethologie Cognitive et Cognition Comparée, Neurosciences comportementales, Histoire des Neurosciences
Université Paris VI (Master 2 RIM)
MNHN (M2R)

  • Conférences Invitées
  1. L. Dickel : ComTech 2013 (France): L’intelligence Naturelle. 11e symposium of ComTech, January 24 CIU Paris (France)
  2. L. Dickel : Molluscan Neuoscience 2012 (USA): Pre- and post-natal development of visual cognition in cuttlefish. Molluscan Neuroscience. Jupiter, FL (Etats-Unis). may 16-19 2012. Support NFS
  3. L. Dickel : Euroceph 2012 (Italy) : Exceptionalities of Cephalopods in Behavioural Biology. Meeting of Technical Experts to develop Guidelines on Care and Welfare of Cephalopods in Research April 15-21 2012 (Vico Equense, Italy). Support Euroceph.
  4. L. Dickel : Société Française pour l’Etude du Comportement Animal 2012 (France): Prenatal embryonic learning: evidence from the cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis. Colloque annuel de la Société Française pour l’Etude du Comportement Animal. Saint-Etienne. may 9-11 2012. Support SFECA
  5. L. Dickel : International Ethological Conference 2011 (USA): Embryonic learning: evidence from the cuttlefish Sepia officinalis. International Ethological Conference/Animal Behavior Society (in symposium “Perinatal influences”). Bloomington, IN (Etats-Unis). july 25-30 2011. Support IEC
  6. L. Dickel : International Conference of Neuroethology 2010 (Spain): Behavioural and neural evidence for separate visual memory systems in embryos and juveniles of cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis). International Congress of Neuroethology (in symposium “Neural information processing in cephalopod cognition”). Salamanca (Spain). 2-7 August 2010. Support ICN.
  7. L. Dickel : GdR Ethology 2010 (France): Effects of perinatal experiences on predatory and defensive behaviour in cuttlefish: a new perspective in behavioural neuroscience. Journées annuelles du G.D.R. éthologie 2822. Toulouse. March 29-30 2010. Support GdR 2822.
  8. L. Dickel : PRES 2008 (France) : Expérience précoce et ontogenèse des comportements chez la seiche (Sepia officinalis). Journée « Environnement périnatal : incidence sur le développement psychobiologique ». Rouen. March 20 2008. Support PRES.

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