Thomas Mangin

Thomas Mangin
Université de Montréal | UdeM · Department of Kinesiology

Doctor of Psychology

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Introduction
During my PhD, I worked on the critical factors to observe the ego-depletion effect, and that we should control (e.g., Boredom). Now, I am working on the perceptions associated with the mental fatigue.
Additional affiliations
January 2022 - present
Université de Montréal
Position
  • PostDoc Position
September 2017 - December 2021
Université de Poitiers
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2013 - July 2016
Université de Poitiers
Position
  • Master's Student

Publications

Publications (4)
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Mental fatigue can be studied by using either the time-on-task protocol or the sequential task protocol. In the time-on-task protocol, participants perform a long and effortful task and a decrease in performance in this task is generally observed over time. In the sequential task protocol, a first effortful or control task is followed by a second e...
Article
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The ego-depletion effect refers to a temporary failure of self-control exertion after first performing an effortful task. This phenomenon has experienced a replication crisis in the past few years. In the present series of experiments, we tried to replicate the ego-depletion effect using a 30-min modified Stroop task tapping two executive functions...
Conference Paper
Mental fatigue is commonly observed when using the sequential task protocol. In this protocol, participants perform a first task that requires effortful control or that does not. Then, they have to perform a second task that systematically requires effortful control. Participants generally give up earlier the second task when they have exerted effo...

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