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Building blocks of joint attention: Early sensitivity to having one’s own gaze followed
Attentional training in social phobia: Effects at a behavioural, subjective and physiological level
Current research on attention and remembrance: classroom farming
Enseigner appelle des pratiques pouvant s’appuyer sur des recherches empiriques et théories solides (pour une revue, voir p. ex. Weinstein, Madan, & Sumeracki, 2018). Dans ce contexte, cette communication débutera par une présentation de quelques caractéristiques essentielles des mécanismes nécessai...
Improved Observer Learning in High Level Female Gymnastics: contributions from the Dart Trainer software and the self-confrontation interview technique
Cette recherche avait pour premier objet : (a) d’identifier la nature des informations prélevées par les individus confrontés à leur propre performance et en phase d’apprentissage de nouvelles habiletés complexes, et (b) de recenser les raisons pour lesquelles telle ou telle information avait été sé...
Influence of gaze direction on face recognition: A sensitive effect
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Space-time, order, and hierarchy in fronto-hippocampal system: A neural basis of Personality
Mirroring multiple agents: motor resonance during action observation is modulated by the number of agents
Although social situations regularly involve multiple persons acting together, research on the mirror neuron system has focused on situations in which a single agent is observed. Therefore, the goal of the current study was to explore the role of the mirror mechanism in situations involving multiple...
Are we overpathologizing everyday life? A tenable blueprint for behavioral addiction research
Background: Behavioral addiction research has been particularly fl ourishing over the last two decades. However, recent publications have suggested that nearly all daily life activities might lead to a genuine addiction. Methods and aim: In this article, we discuss how the use of atheoretical and co...
Shifts of spatial attention during mental arithmetic: Evidence from a temporal order judgement task
The vertical model of the translation process, the issue of transfer and the place of mental representations
The aim of the present study is to discuss the question of how comprehension during translation differs from comprehension during monolingual reading. With this question in mind, a parallel is drawn between two alternating translation modes – the “horizontal” mode and the “vertical” mode (De Groot 1...
Contribution of body and action representations in the perception of external space: Evidence from dual task and action observation
Space perception is a multimodal construct, and recent evidences have suggested that action and body representation were contributing to spatial cognition. For example, space is thought to be subdivided into different subspace realms calibrated to body size and proportions (Previc, 1998). Moreover,...
The Mental Cost of Cognitive Enhancement
International audience Noninvasive brain stimulation provides a potential tool for affecting brain functions in the typical and atypical brain and offers in several cases an alternative to pharmaceutical intervention. Some studies have suggested that transcranial electrical stimulation (TES), a form...
Vestibular impairments and visuo-spatial dysfunction : Comparison of subjective and objective cognitive assessment in patients with bilateral vestibular loss.
Studies that have investigated cognitive and emotional problems in patients with bilateral vestibular loss have typically used questionnaires, with these showing significant increased complaints compared to control participants (Smith et al., 2010). However, currently, no research has explored the s...
Do nonbelieved memories typically refer to childhood memories?
Long-term expertise with artificial objects increases visual competition with early face categorization processes
The degree of commonality between the perceptual mechanisms involved in processing faces and objects of expertise is intensely debated. To clarify this issue, we recorded occipito-temporal event-related potentials in response to faces when concurrently processing visual objects of expertise. In car...
The Human Dynamic Clamp: A Probe for Coordination Across Neural, Behavioral, and Social Scales
International audience Humans (with their brains, bodies and behaviors) are complex dynamical systems embedded in an environment that includes a multitude of other con-specifics. Moving beyond previous brain-centered views of the human mind requires to develop a parsimonious yet integrative account...
Systems Neuroscience of Mathematical Cognition and Learning
International audience In this chapter, we take a systems neuroscience approach and review neurocognitive systems involved in mathematical cognition and learning, highlighting functional brain circuits that support these processes and sources of heterogeneity that influence their typical or atypical...
Brains and trolleys: the boundary between slow morality and fast morality in decision-making processes
Inquiry into the neural bases of moral judgment is one of the current frontiers in neuroscientific research and is intertwined with issues in Artificial Intelligence, the future of transport, and Philosophy of Mind. Humans are naturally endowed with an innate moral sense, which is governed by intuit...
The imaginative function in student learning: Theory and case study data from third year neuroscience
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Report by Potvin, P. (2018). Learning science and technology at school. Epistemology, didactic science, cognitive science and neuroscience at the service of the teacher. Laval University presses
Predictive models avoid excessive reductionism in cognitive neuroimaging
International audience Understanding the organization of complex behavior as it relates to the brain requires modeling the behavior, the relevant mental processes, and the corresponding neural activity. Experiments in cognitive neuroscience typically study a psychological process via controlled mani...
Measuring perceived self-location in virtual reality
International audience Third-person perspective full-body illusions (3PP-FBI) enable the manipulation, through multisensory stimulation, of perceived self-location. Perceived self-location is classically measured by a locomotion task. Yet, as locomotion modulates various sensory signals, we develope...
Cognitive neuroscience of music
Pr Isabelle Peretz © P. Imbert, Collège de France La musique a existé dans toutes les formes de cultures depuis la préhistoire jusqu’aux temps présents. Mais pourquoi ? Pourquoi sommes-nous une espèce musicale ? Comment notre cerveau gère-t-il cette capacité musicale et quelles en sont les composant...
Let’s open the decision-making umbrella: A framework for conceptualizing and assessing features of impaired decision making in addiction
Decision-making impairments play a pivotal role in the emergence and maintenance of addictive disorders. However, a sound conceptualization of decision making as an umbrella construct, encompassing its cognitive, affective, motivational, and physiological subcomponents, is still lacking. This preven...
Managerial Decision Support with the Use of Cognitive Neuroscience Techniques
In recent years, along with progress made in the development of techniques and equipment of cognitive neuroscience, interest in them on the part of scientists from many disciplines significantly increased. Researchers from the area of economic sciences are not an exception among them. However, the m...