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Interests in : Neurosciences, Gerontology, Cognitive and/or competence development, Clinical psychology, psychiatry Methods : quantitative design, neuroscience approach, statistical methods Now : finalisation about eye's tracking in didactic
June 2009 - December 2012
- Managing Director
- INFIPP : Training institute specialised in health and social domains.
December 2008 - June 2009
Introduction: Bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest is associated with higher survival rates. Even trained health care staff cannot assess breathing well enough to detect cardiac arrest. Recognition of cardiac arrest by lay rescuers might be overlooked in adult basic life support resuscitation guidelines, which...
ObjectivesPrevious studies revealed that adolescence is a period of risk for doping and drug addiction and that young athletes who used doping agents reported low self-esteem. We conducted a preventive study with the aims to investigate whether young adolescents displayed an attentional bias to doping-related words and whether this attentional bias...
We present some thoughts from a student in psychology with cerebral palsy who discusses her original and very meritorious life experience. As she presents her life course, from traumatic birth to current recognition, the reader learns to appreciate the difficulty she experienced in living in an ordinary environment when society would rather have se...
Two chronometric studies are described with the goal of outlining a moral representation of doping for children and adolescents. The first study, a moral chronometric task, was proposed to a sample of participants from children to adults. The conclusions indicated that children had a superficial understanding and a lack of internalisation concernin...
Piagetian tasks have more to do with the child's ability to inhibit interference than they do with the ability to grasp their underlying logic. Here we used a chronometric paradigm with 11-year-olds, who succeed in Piaget's conservation-of-weight task, to test the role of cognitive inhibition in a priming version of this classical task. The experim...