Cyril Couffe

Cyril Couffe
Grenoble École de Management | GEM

Ph.D in Cognitive Psychology

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2 Research Items
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Introduction
The goal of the Chair "Talents of Digital Transformation" is to anticipate the understanding of digital evolutions to understand the skills needed to build the future. It will take time for each employee, wherever he or she is in the company, to understand the digital issues for them and their organization and to change their practices.
Additional affiliations
September 2012 - July 2013
Université Lumiere Lyon 2
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • Undergraduate-level courses taught : - Cognitive Psychology - Statistics - Applied Research Methods in English
Education
January 2014 - January 2017
Université Lumiere Lyon 2
Field of study
  • Psychology
September 2012 - June 2013
Université Lumiere Lyon 2
Field of study
  • Psychology
September 2011 - June 2012
Université Lumiere Lyon 2
Field of study
  • Psychology

Publications

Publications (19)
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Interruptions of ongoing activities have spread since the development of and global increase in technology use and the general speeding in pace we all experience every day. Their negative effects are well known: decline in performance and emotional distress. However, the literature still needs to shed light on the exact cognitive mechanisms involve...
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During the past decades, animal and human physiological studies have suggested that subcortical structures that are part of the extrageniculate pathways have an important role to play in the attentive selection of targets and the filtering of distractors. However, not much has been done to investigate the filtering of distractors in purely behaviou...
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More and more studies have shown that highly demanding work environment have negative effects on attention. It was suggested that repeated exposure to a stressful workplace could generate a new occupational disease that starts during adulthood, entirely caused by the environment, the Attention Deficit State (ADS). ADS mimics the symptoms of Attenti...
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Interruptions of ongoing activities can sometimes have severe consequences, causing life-threatening situations. However, this phenomenon is not entirely explained by a single cognitive model. We propose a new five-stage model, the DETOUR (Decision, Encoding, Task switching, Operating & Updating, Resumption), that takes into account the main curren...
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According to Kinsbourne, visuospatial tasks produce a contralateral attentional bias toward the left visual field (right hemisphere activation) and verbal tasks toward the right visual field (left hemisphere activation). Furthermore, he proposed that consciousness emerges from the highest activated neural networks. The goal of this study was to obs...
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In a visual search task, visual attention progresses from the most to the least salient item until a target is found. The time course of such salience-based progression remains unclear although the temporal deployment seems as crucial as the spatial deployment. The present study investigated how the general hierarchical pattern takes place. Healthy...
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Cognitive and neural models have proposed the existence of a single inhibitory process that regulates behavior and depends on the right frontal operculum (rFO). The aim of this study was to make a contribution to the ongoing debate as to whether inhibition is a single process or is composed of multiple, independent processes. Here, within a single...
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The aim of the present study was to assess orienting, inhibition and central resources in head injury, adult attention-de ficit/hyperactivity disorder and schizophrenia. The same experimental protocole was used throughout the study in order to warant a transnosographic comparison. The results suggest that each one of these three pathologies is char...

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