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Guillaume T Vallet

Associate professor (Psychology)

Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR)

Publications

  • Getting a tool gives wings: overestimation of tool-related benefits in a motor imagery task and a decision task. DOI: 10.1007/s00426-013-0485-9
  • The disconnection syndrome in the Alzheimer's disease: the cross-modal priming example. DOI: 10.1016/j.cortex.2012.10.010
  • The perceptual nature of audiovisual interactions for semantic knowledge in young and elderly adults. DOI: 10.1016/j.actpsy.2013.04.009
  • When seeing a dog activates the bark: multisensory generalization and distinctiveness effects. DOI: 10.1027/1618-3169/a000176
  • [Category-specific deficits in semantic dementia: links between perception and semantic knowledge]. DOI: 10.1684/pnv.2011.0276
  • Sensory-dependent knowledge in young and elderly adults: arguments from the cross-modal priming effect. PMID: 21235495
  • The perceptual nature of the cross-modal priming effect: arguments in favor of a sensory-based conception of memory. DOI: 10.1027/1618-3169/a000045
  • Sedentary Behavior at Work and Cognitive Functioning: A Systematic Review
  • “Does It Improve the Mind’s Eye?”: Sensorimotor Simulation in Episodic Event Construction
  • Améliorer la remémoration d’évènements autobiographiques et l’imagination d’évènements futurs grâce à l’Induction de spécificité épisodique : adaptation et validation en Français.
  • Visual and auditory perceptual strength norms for 3,596 French nouns and their relationship with other psycholinguistic variables
  • When motion improves working memory
  • Norms of conceptual familiarity for 3,596 French nouns and their contribution in lexical decision
  • Posterior cortical atrophy: impact on daily living activities and exploration of a cognitive rehabilitation approach
  • Normative data for phonemic and semantic verbal fluency test in the adult French–Quebec population and validation study in Alzheimer’s disease and depression
  • Act-In: An integrated view of memory mechanisms
  • A comparison of the performances between healthy older adults and persons with Alzheimer's disease on the Rey auditory verbal learning test and the Test de rappel libre/rappel indicé 16 items | Comparaison des performances à l'épreuve des 15 mots de Rey et au RL/RI 16 dans le vieillissement normal et la démence de type Alzheimer
  • A qualitative impairment in face perception in Alzheimer's disease: Evidence from a reduced face inversion effect
  • The automatic visual simulation of words: A memory reactivated mask slows down conceptual access
  • Sleep on your memory traces: How sleep effects can be explained by Act-In, a functional memory model
  • Normative data for the rappel libre/rappel indicé à 16 items (16-item free and cued recall) in the elderly quebec-french population
  • Editorial: Dynamics of sensorimotor interactions in embodied cognition
  • Alzheimer’s disease and memory strength: Gradual decline of memory traces as a function of their strength
  • Exploring the contradictory results on the cross-modal priming effect in normal aging: A critical review of the literature
  • Sensory-dependent knowledge in young and elderly adults: Arguments from the cross-modal priming effect
  • A SEMantic and EPisodic memory test (SEMEP) developed within the embodied cognition framework: Application to normal aging, alzheimer's disease and semantic dementia
  • Grounded conceptual knowledge emergence from sensorimotor interactions
  • Comprehension of concrete and abstract words in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia and Alzheimer's disease: A behavioral and neuroimaging study
  • SOphrology Intervention to Improve WELL-Being in Hospital Staff (SO-WELL): Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial Study
  • All errors are not the same: Different memory profiles between aging, Alzheimer
  • Liens entre le déclin sensoriel et cognitif dans le vieillissement normal : revue critique de la littérature et apports de l’approche incarnée et située de la cognition
  • Amyloid Burden and White Matter Hyperintensities Mediate Age-Related Cognitive Differences
  • The Negative Impact of Night Shifts on Diet in Emergency Healthcare Workers
  • Playing “guess who?”: when an episodic specificity induction increases trace distinctiveness and reduces memory errors during event reconstruction
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for the Discontinuation of Long-Term Benzodiazepine Use in Insomnia and Anxiety Disorders
  • Executive functions in schizophrenia aging: Differential effects of age within specific executive functions
  • Experience of General Practice Residents Caring for Dependent Elderly during the First COVID-19 Lockdown—A Qualitative Study
  • Differences related to aging in sensorimotor knowledge: Investigation of perceptual strength and body object interaction
  • Improving Audiology Student Training by Clinical Simulation of Tinnitus: A Glimpse of the Lived Experience of Tinnitus
  • Getting a tool gives wings: overestimation of tool-related benefits in a motor imagery task and a decision task.
  • The disconnection syndrome in the Alzheimer's disease: the cross-modal priming example.
  • The perceptual nature of audiovisual interactions for semantic knowledge in young and elderly adults.
  • When seeing a dog activates the bark: multisensory generalization and distinctiveness effects.
  • [Category-specific deficits in semantic dementia: links between perception and semantic knowledge].
  • Sensory-dependent knowledge in young and elderly adults: arguments from the cross-modal priming effect.
  • Embodied cognition of aging
  • Dynamics of Sensori-motor Interactions in Embodied Cognition
  • Préparation à réagir et vieillissement : synthèse et nouvelles perspectives de recherche dans l’étude des effets préparatoires
  • Sensory-Dependent Knowledge in Young and Elderly Adults: Argument from the Cross-Modal Priming Effect
  • Facilitating Effect of Multisensory Letter Encoding on Reading and Spelling in 5-Year-Old Children
  • Memory plays tricks on me: Perceptual bias induced by memory reactivated size in Ebbinghaus illusion
  • Exploring the Role of the Amplitude Envelope in Duration Estimation
  • Perceptual processing affects the reactivation of a sensory dimension during a categorization task
  • Work Addiction Test Questionnaire to Assess Workaholism: Validation of French Version
  • Work Addiction Test Questionnaire to Assess Workaholism: Validation of French Version (Preprint)
  • Protocol of the Study on Emergency Health Care Workers’ Responses Evaluated by Karasek Questionnaire: The SEEK-Study Protocol
  • Sedentary Lifestyle Matters as Past Sedentariness, Not Current Sedentariness, Predicts Cognitive Inhibition Performance among College Students: An Exploratory Study
  • The perceptual nature of the cross-modal priming effect: arguments in favor of a sensory-based conception of memory.

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