Thibault Chabin

Thibault Chabin
The University of Western Ontario | UWO · Department of Psychology - The Brain and Mind institute

Ph.D.

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The study of interbrain coupling in a group of people attending a concert together is a favourable framework to estimate group emotions and more precisely emotional connection between people sharing situations in the same environment. It offers the advantage of studying interactions at the group level. By recording the cerebral activity of people f...
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Musical pleasure is related to the capacity to predict and anticipate music. By recording early cerebral responses of 16 participants with electroencephalography during periods of silence inserted in known and unknown songs, we aimed to measure the contribution of different musical attributes in musical predictions. We investigated the mismatch bet...
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How musical emotions and the pleasure derived from music, regardless of the musical valence, can be shared between individuals is a fascinating question, and investigating it can shed light on the function of musical reward. We carried out our investigations in a natural setting during an international competition for orchestra conductors. Particip...
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Well-being is an essential concept in cosmetics, but its complexity makes it very difficult to measure. The goal of the present study was to use electroencephalography (EEG) to compare the emotions induced by the application of two cosmetic products, and to offer to the experimenter a real-time representation of the participants’ emotional state. F...
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Risk-taking is part of the multidimensional nature of impulsivity, consisting of an active engagement in behaviors or choices with potentially undesirable results, with probability as the cost for an expected reward. In order to understand the neurophysiological activity during risky behavior and its relationship with other dimensions of impulsivit...
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Over the years, several publications have proposed that musical sound could be an ancestral emotional way of communication, thus positing an ancestral biological function for music. Understanding how musical emotions, and the pleasure derived from music regardless of the musical valence, can be shared between individuals is a fascinating question,...
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La pratique de la musique est une activité collective qui offre une multitude d’interactions à différents niveaux. En particulier, elle permet l’étude des interactions émotionnelles inter individuelles. Le but de notre recherche était de mesurer la survenue d’évènements émotionnels collectifs dans un public, sur le plan comportemental et neuro-phys...
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Since the beginning of the 20th century, electroencephalography (EEG) has been used in a wide variety of applications, both for medical needs and for the study of various cerebral processes. With the rapid development of the technique, more and more precise and advanced tools have emerged for research purposes. However, the main constraints of thes...
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Music has the capacity to elicit strong positive feelings in humans by activating the brain’s reward system. Since group emotional dynamics is a central concern of social neurosciences, the study of emotion in natural/ecological conditions is gaining interest. This study aimed to show that High Density EEG (HD-EEG) is able to reveal patterns of cer...
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While literature has suggested that neurofeedback performance improves when sensory feedback is related to the pathology under consideration, it is still difficult to represent a proper feedback representative of our emotional state. In this study, we have initiated a collaboration between neuroscientists and artists to develop a visual representat...
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The scientific world is increasingly interested in motivation, primarily due to the suspected impact on decision-making abilities, particularly in uncertain conditions. To explore this plausible relationship, 28 healthy participants were included in the study and performed decision-making and motivational tasks while their neural activity was recor...
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Dynamic and temporal facets of the various constructs that comprise motivation remain to be explored. Here, we adapted the Effort Expenditure for Reward Task, a well-known laboratory task used to evaluate motivation, to study the event-related potentials associated with reward processing. The Stimulus Preceding Negativity (SPN) and the P300 were ut...
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Group emotional dynamics are a central concern in the study of human interaction and communication. To study group emotions, the social context of a musical event in ecological conditions may overcome several limits of laboratory experiments and could provide a suitable ecological framework. This study aimed to evaluate if cultural events such as a...
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Decision-making is a conserved evolutionary process enabling us to choose one option among several alternatives, and relies on reward and cognitive control systems. The Iowa Gambling Task allows the assessment of human decision-making under uncertainty by presenting four card decks with various cost-benefit probabilities. Participants seek to maxim...
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Neurofeedback has been shown to be a promising tool for learning to regulate one's own emotions in healthy populations and in neuropsychiatric disorders. While it has been suggested that neurofeedback performance improves when sensory feedback is related to the pathology under consideration, it is still difficult to represent in real time a proper...
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The aim of the present study was to investigate the relationship between trait impulsivity, risk-taking, and decision-making performance. We recruited 20 healthy participants who performed the Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) and the Balloon Analog Risk Task (BART) to measure decision-making and risk-taking. The impulsivity was measured by the Barratt Impu...
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Decision-making is a conserved evolutionary process enabling to choose one option among several alternatives, and relying on reward and cognitive control systems. The Iowa Gambling Task allows to assess human decision-making under uncertainty by presenting four cards decks with various cost-benefit probabilities. Participants seek to maximize their...

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