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Valérie Gyselinck

03.04.2024 - 24.04.2024 valerie.gyselinck@univ-eiffel.fr Directeur de Recherche en psychologie cognitiveLaboratoire de Psychologie et d’Ergonomie AppliquéesUniversité Gustave Eiffel (Francia)Research topics: individual difference in orienting behaviour

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Simon Grondin

11.03.2024 - 14.04.2024 simon.grondin@psy.ulaval.ca Professor School of Psychology Laval University, Quebec (Canada)Research topics: auditory perception, visual perception, time perception

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Efficacy of ICT-based interventions in improving psychological outcomes among older adults with MCI and dementia: a systematic review and meta-analysis

The purpose of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to investigate empirical evidence about the effectiveness of Information and Communication Technology-based interventions (ICTs) on different psychological outcomes in adults aged over 60 years with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) or

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How previous experience shapes future affective subjective ratings: A follow-up study investigating implicit learning and cue ambiguity

We all use our prior experiences to predict new events in our daily lives. This ability is especially important when we are called upon to predict (and prepare for) salient and significant stimuli such as emotional stimuli. Of crucial importance in these cases is the ability to use previously

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United we stand, divided we fall: intertwining as evidence of joint actions in pea plants

Bonato, B., Wang, Q., Guerra, S., Simonetti, V., Bulgheroni, M., Quaggiotti, S., Ruperti, B. & Castiello, U. (2023). “United we stand, divided we fall”: Intertwining as evidence of joint actions in pea plants. AoB PLANTS, plad088.ABSTRACT: In life, it is common for almost every kind of organism

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