Marine Rougier

Marine Rougier
Ghent University | UGhent · Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology

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The literature on the approach/avoidance training (AAT) effect has focused on its evaluative consequences (with approached stimuli evaluated as more positive than avoided ones). Building on a grounded cog-nition framework, we investigated AAT effects on the visual representation of stimuli (here, neutral faces). We formulated specific predictions r...
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The reverse correlation (RC) is an innovative method to capture visual mental representations (i.e., classification images, CIs) of social targets that has become increasingly popular in social psychology. Because CIs of high quality are difficult to obtain without a large number of trials, the majority of past research relied on CIs extracted from...
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Background Spontaneous motor responses of approach and avoidance toward stimuli are important in characterizing psychopathological conditions, including alcohol use disorder (AUD). However, divergent results have been reported, possibly due to confounded parameters (i.e. using a symbolic versus a sensorimotor task, implementation of approach‐avoida...
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Kawakami et al. (2008) offer an approach training intervention to strengthen women's implicit identification with math. This intervention is especially interesting regarding data suggesting that the low implicit identification with math among women and the gender gap in science reinforce each other (Nosek et al., 2009). Nevertheless, Kawakami et al...
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Background. Spontaneous motor responses of approach and avoidance to unconditioned and conditioned stimuli are of great importance in characterizing psychopathological conditions, including alcohol use disorder (AUD). However, divergent results have been reported, that could be due to confounded parameters (i.e., implementation of approach-avoidanc...
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One of the two miscomputations identified in the infoVal metric, namely the omission of the k constant, turns out not to be a miscomputation, since the constant was already taken into account by default in the mad() function from R (see https://www.rdocumentation.org/packages/stats/versions/3.6.2/topics/mad).
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Approach/avoidance paradigms could constitute an interesting alternative in measuring intergroup attitudes, notably if they overcome one criticism often addressed toward classic indirect tasks: measuring attitudes beyond the influence of cultural knowledge. Using intergroup stimuli and a population likely to be exposed to a similar cultural knowled...
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Brinkman et al. (2019) recently introduced an innovative metric—infoVal—to assess the informational value of classification images (CIs) relative to a random distribution. Although this measure constitutes a valuable tool to distinguish random from nonrandom CIs, we identified two noteworthy discrepancies between the mathematical formalization of t...
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In France, when studying intergroup relations between ethnicities, one usually contrasts Caucasian and North African individuals. Despite the presence of a large number of face databases in the literature, none of them contains Caucasian and North African faces similar to faces we can find in a usual French environment. To overcome this problem, we...
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Because approach/avoidance is a crucial response to environmental stimuli, this type of action should have left its trace on our sensorimotor system. Recent work, however, downplayed the role of sensorimotor information in producing approach/avoidance compatibility effects (i.e., faster response times to approach positive stimuli and avoid negative...
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Ces travaux portent sur les processus à l’œuvre dans la réactivation des tendances comportementales d’approche et d’évitement. Dans cette thèse, nous défendons l’idée que la réactivation de ces tendances comportementales dépend de l’information sensorimotrice présente et de sa similarité avec l’information sensorimotrice passée ayant été associée à...
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Following the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack that happened on January 7th 2015, around 4 million people gathered all over France in a rally of national unity. Soon, however, critics argued that those who participated to the rallies publicly displayed antiracist attitudes, but were driven by implicit prejudice toward Muslims. Our study addresses the...
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January 7th 2015, an Islamist terrorist group attacked the office of the satirical weekly news paper Charlie Hebdo. Several shootings killing in the end 17 people later followed this attack. In response to these attacks, around 4 million people gathered all over France in a rally of national unity. Many people participating in these rallies explici...
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Following Greenwald and Banaji (1995) we conceive implicit attitudes as traces of past experiences that notably influence our behaviors. Accordingly, because these traces might be multimodal, we adopt a grounded cognition model of memory to study approach/avoidance congruency effects (i.e., faster reaction times to approach positive words and to av...

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