Bagneux Virginie

Bagneux Virginie
Université de Caen Normandie | UNICAEN · Laboratoire de Psychologie Caen Normandie (LPCN)

PhD Social Psychology

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Introduction
Bagneux Virginie currently works at the Laboratoire de Psychologie Caen Normandie (LPCN), Université de Caen Normandie. Bagneux does research in Experimental Social Psychology about Emotions influence on decision making and critical thinking.
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November 2012 - November 2013
University of Burgundy
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  • PostDoc Position
February 2012 - July 2012
University of Geneva
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  • PostDoc Position
November 2011 - January 2012
University of Michigan
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (21)
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The aim of this research was to investigate the role of trait emotional intelligence (EI) in recovery stress states in a mountain ultra-marathon (MUM) race. Recovery stress states of 13 finishers were assessed before, during, and immediately after the end of an extreme MUM, whereas emotional intelligence was assessed 2 days before the MUM race. Tem...
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Whereas defending victims can put an end to school bullying incidents, few witnesses engage in such behavior. This study aimed to explore the intention to defend victims among distinct witness profiles based on behavioral and psychological characteristics. Within the framework of the theory of planned behavior, we measured intentions, attitudes, su...
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Introduction Binge drinking (BD) and cannabis use are prevalent in European adolescents and students. BD has been shown to have a negative impact on neuropsychological functioning, but little is known about the additive effect when it is combined with cannabis consumption. We therefore investigated the neuropsychological profiles of students who en...
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Introduction Binge drinking (BD) is a public health concern, especially in young people. Multiple individual factors referring to different level of analyses - positional, inter-individual and intra-individual – are associated to BD. As they have mainly been explored separately, little is known about the psychological variables most associated with...
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Critical thinking is of paramount importance in our society. People regularly assume that critical thinking is a way to reduce conspiracy belief, although the relationship between critical thinking and conspiracy belief has never been tested. We conducted two studies (Study 1, N = 86; Study 2, N = 252), in which we found that critical thinking abil...
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Critical thinking is of paramount importance in our society. People regularly assume that critical thinking is a way to reduce conspiracy belief, although the relationship between critical thinking and conspiracy belief has never been tested. We conducted two studies (Study 1, N = 86; Study 2, N = 252), in which we found that critical thinking abil...
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Introduction. La drunkorexie, se caractérisant par l’association entre troubles des conduites alimentaires (TCA) et consommation excessive d’alcool (TUAL), constitue un phénomène récent chez les jeunes, en particulier chez les étudiant·e·s [1]. Ses manifestations comportementales et les motivations sous-jacentes sont multiples et en font un phénomè...
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La technique de porte-au-nez (PAN) [1] vise à amener les personnes à refuser une demande au coût extrême afin de favoriser l’acceptation d’une demande qui l’est moins (requête cible). L’explication théorique de l’effet PAN, initialement avancée par ces chercheurs, se base sur l’idée des concessions réciproques selon laquelle le passage de la requêt...
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This research examined the time courses of emotions in sport settings (anxiety, dejection, anger, happiness, excitement) experienced by mountain ultra-marathon (MUM) runners within the month following a demanding MUM race and the role of emotional intelligence (EI) in these time courses. A six-wave one-month longitudinal design was used with one me...
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Introduction Alcool et drogues à l’université de Caen Normandie (ADUC) est une enquête longitudinale multidisciplinaire portant sur les étudiants de l’université de Caen Normandie (UCN). Elle vise à générer une connaissance actualisée des consommations de médicaments/drogue en population estudiantine et de suivre l’évolution de ces consommations au...
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With the Appraisal Tendency Framework, it has been established that (un)certainty appraisals associated with incidental emotions trigger the kind of information processing to cope with situation. We tested the impact of (un)certainty-associated emotions on a sequential task, the Iowa Gambling Task. In this task, intuitive processing is necessary to...
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The Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) is a sequential learning task in which participants develop a tendency towards advantageous options arising from the outcomes associated with their previous decisions. The role of working memory in this complex task has been largely debated in the literature. On one hand, low working memory resources lead to a decrease...
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Research has given little attention to the influence of incidental emotions on the Iowa Gambling Task (IGT), in which processing of the emotional cues associated with each decision is necessary to make advantageous decisions. Drawing on cognitive theories of emotions, we tested whether uncertainty-associated emotion can cancel the positive effect o...
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According to the Appraisal-Tendency Framework (Han, Lerner, & Keltner, 2007), certainty-associated emotions increase risk taking compared with uncertainty-associated emotions. To date, this general effect has only been shown in static judgement and decision-making paradigms; therefore, the present study tested the effect of certainty on risk taking...
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Le projet MeDevEC porte sur l'articulation de deux volets de recherche en étroites relations visant à développer des outils de mesure des compétences d'Esprit Critique (EC) développées chez les publics cibles et animateurs de formation destinées à l'Education aux Médias et à l'Information (EMI) et au développement de l'EC. Le Volet 1 - projet MEsCri (Mesurer l'Esprit Critique) a pour objectif de développer un outil psychométrique valide de mesure francophone des capacités d’esprit critique (EC) des adolescents et jeunes adultes Le Volet 2 - projet EFEMIEC (Évaluation de formations à l’EMI et l'EC) a pour objectif d'évaluer l’efficacité des formations destinées tant à former les acteurs de l’EMI et du développement de l’EC que les élèves du primaire et du secondaire. PARTENAIRES Laboratoire de Psychologie Caen Normandie · LPCN – EA7452 UNICAEN (Virginie Bagneux) ; Direction de l’Évaluation de la Prospective et de la Performance (DEPP) ; École Pratique des Hautes Études (EPHE) ; Université Rennes II; La main à la Pâte - Fondation Jean Nicoud; Rectorat d’Aix-Marseille ; Université de Keele (Grande-Bretagne) FINANCEMENTS - APP EMI 2021 Ministère de la Culture - Direction de l’Évaluation de la Prospective et de la Performance (DEPP)