Guillaume T. Vallet
Guillaume T. Vallet
Laboratoire de Psychologie Sociale et Cognitive (LAPSCO), UMR 6024, Université Clermont Auvergne
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Act-In: An integrated view of memory mechanisms
R Versace, GT Vallet, B Riou, M Lesourd, É Labeye, L Brunel
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (3), 280-306, 2014
The perceptual nature of the cross-modal priming effect: arguments in favor of a sensory-based conception of memory.
G Vallet, L Brunel, R Versace
Experimental psychology 57 (5), 376, 2010
Normative Data for the Rappel libre/Rappel indicé à 16 items (16-item Free and Cued Recall) in the Elderly Quebec-French Population
M Dion, O Potvin, S Belleville, G Ferland, M Renaud, L Bherer, S Joubert, ...
The Clinical Neuropsychologist 28 (sup1), 1-19, 2015
The disconnection syndrome in the Alzheimer’s disease: The cross-modal priming example
GT Vallet, C Hudon, M Simard, R Versace
Cortex 49 (9), 2402-2415, 2013
The perceptual nature of audiovisual interactions for semantic knowledge in young and elderly adults
GT Vallet, M Simard, R Versace, S Mazza
Acta Psychologica 143 (3), 253-260, 2013
Normative data for phonemic and semantic verbal fluency test in the adult French–Quebec population and validation study in Alzheimer’s disease and depression
A St-Hilaire, C Hudon, GT Vallet, L Bherer, M Lussier, JF Gagnon, ...
The Clinical Neuropsychologist 30 (7), 1126-1150, 2016
Embodied cognition of aging
GT Vallet
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 463, 2015
When Seeing a Dog Activates the Bark
L Brunel, RL Goldstone, G Vallet, B Riou, R Versace
Experimental Psychology, 2015
Exploring the role of the amplitude envelope in duration estimation
GT Vallet, DI Shore, M Schutz
Perception 43 (7), 616-630, 2014
When seeing a dog activates the bark: Multisensory generalization and distinctiveness effects.
L Brunel, RL Goldstone, G Vallet, B Riou, R Versace
Experimental Psychology 60 (2), 100-112, 2013
Sensory-dependent knowledge in young and elderly adults: arguments from the cross-modal priming effect.
G Vallet, M Simard, R Versace
Current aging science 4 (2), 137, 2011
A Qualitative Impairment in Face Perception in Alzheimer’s Disease: Evidence from a Reduced Face Inversion Effect
MM Lavallée, D Gandini, I Rouleau, GT Vallet, M Joannette, MJ Kergoat, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 51 (4), 1225-1236, 2016
Memory plays tricks on me: Perceptual bias induced by memory reactivated size in Ebbinghaus illusion
AE Rey, GT Vallet, B Riou, M Lesourd, R Versace
Acta Psychologica 161, 104-109, 2015
Comprehension of concrete and abstract words in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia and Alzheimer’s disease: A behavioral and neuroimaging study
S Joubert, GT Vallet, M Montembeault, M Boukadi, MA Wilson, I Rouleau, ...
Brain and Language 170, 93-102, 2017
Facilitating Effect of Multisensory Letter Encoding on Reading and Spelling in 5‐Year‐Old Children
H Labat, G Vallet, A Magnan, J Ecalle
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (3), 381-391, 2015
Getting a tool gives wings: overestimation of tool-related benefits in a motor imagery task and a decision task
F Osiurak, N Morgado, GT Vallet, M Drot, R Palluel-Germain
Psychological research 78 (1), 1-9, 2014
The Sensory-Dependent Nature of Audio-Visual Interactions for Semantic Knowledge
G Vallet, B Riou, R Versace, M Simard
The Automatic Visual Simulation of Words: A Memory Reactivated Mask Slows Down Conceptual Access.
AE Rey, B Riou, GT Vallet, R Versace
Canadian journal of experimental psychology= Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2016
Perceptual processing affects the reactivation of a sensory dimension during a categorization task
B Riou, AE Rey, GT Vallet, C Cuny, R Versace
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (6), 1223-1230, 2015
The sensory nature of knowledge: generalization vs. specification mechanisms
L Brunel, B Riou, G Vallet, R Versace
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 31 (31), 2009
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