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Coralie Creupelandt

Coralie Creupelandt
Centre National de Ressources et de Résilience

PhD in Psychology

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Introduction
I am currently investigating the deleterious effects of alcohol consumption on visual as well as emotional processes.
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October 2017 - October 2021
Université Catholique de Louvain - UCLouvain
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (14)
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Background: Perfectionistic individuals present exaggerated performance standards, generating a constant search for flawlessness and a high tendency to self-criticize. Dominant models distinguish three dimensions of perfectionism, namely self-oriented, socially-prescribed and other-oriented. Perfectionism constitutes a vulnerability factor for psyc...
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Rationale Visuo-perceptive deficits in severe alcohol use disorder (SAUD) remain little understood, notably regarding the respective involvement of the two main human visual streams, i.e., magnocellular (MC) and parvocellular (PC) pathways, in these deficits. Besides, in healthy populations, low-level visual perception can adapt depending on the na...
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Visuospatial impairments have long been reported in Severe Alcohol Use Disorder but remain poorly understood, notably regarding the involvement of magnocellular (MC) and parvocellular (PC) pathways. This empirical gap hampers understanding the implications of these visual changes, especially since the MC and PC pathways are thought to sustain centr...
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The present literature review aimed at offering a comprehensive and critical view of the behavioral data collected during the past seventy years concerning visuoperception in severe alcohol use disorders (SAUD). To pave the way for a renewal of research and clinical approaches in this very little understood field, this paper: (1) provides a critica...
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Introduction: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak and the related lockdown measures have raised concerns regarding mental health, including alcohol misuse. Preliminary studies investigated alcohol consumption at the early stages of lockdown, but no longitudinal data regarding its evolution during and after the first lockdown are curren...
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An online survey among French-speaking Belgians (N=7711) investigated self-reported changes in alcohol consumption during the first COVID-19-related lockdown (March 17th – May 4th 2020). Population-weighted estimates indicated that 31.37% of the population increased consumption during lockdown, 30.32% decreased consumption and 38.31% reported uncha...
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We investigated changes in alcohol consumption following the COVID-19 lockdown among French-speaking Belgian individuals at risk for severe alcohol use disorder. Participants (N=299) at risk for alcohol use disorder (AUD, i.e., score higher than 19 at the Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test), and 299 moderate drinkers (MOD, i.e., score lower t...
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Background: Severe Alcohol Use Disorder (SAUD) is associated with widespread cognitive impairments, including low-level visual processing deficits persisting even after prolonged abstinence. However, the extent and characteristics of these visual deficits remain largely undetermined, impeding the identification of their underlying mechanisms and i...
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Visuoperceptive deficits are frequently reported in severe alcohol use disorder (SAUD) and are considered as pervasive and persistent in time. While this topic of investigation has previously driven researchers’ interest, far fewer studies have focused on visuoperception since the ‘90s, leaving open central questions regarding the origin and implic...
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The global outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and the resulting lockdown measures have raised concerns regarding their effect on alcohol consumption. We investigated alcohol use during lockdown in a population of college students, usually characterized by social and heavy drinking. We also tested the predictive role of pre-lockdown dri...
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Severe alcohol use disorders (SAUD) are associated with a large variety of affective disturbances, among which a well-established decoding deficit for facial and vocal emotional expressions. This deficit has recently been found to be increased in cross-modal settings, namely when inputs from different sensory modalities have to be combined. Compare...
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Background: Severe alcohol use disorder (SAUD) is associated with impaired discrimination of emotional expressions. This deficit appears increased in crossmodal settings, when simultaneous inputs from different sensory modalities are presented. However, so far, studies exploring emotional crossmodal processing in SAUD relied on static faces and unm...
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Numerous studies have explored the morphological differences of the brain between subjects with alcohol use disorder (AUD) and control subjects, but very few have investigated the impact of the duration of alcohol use disorder (DAD) and current level of alcohol consumption (CAC) within AUD subjects using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). We compare...
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Visuoperceptive impairments are among the most frequently reported deficits in alcohol-use disorders, but only very few studies have investigated their origin and interactions with other categories of dysfunctions. Besides, these deficits have generally been interpreted in a linear bottom-up perspective, which appears very restrictive with respect...

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Cognition and Emotion in alcohol-related disorders