F. D’Hondt's research while affiliated with Université de Lille and other places

Publications (5)

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Severe alcohol use disorders (SAUD) are associated with a large variety of affective disturbances, among which a well-established decoding deficit for facial and vocal emotional expressions. This deficit has recently been found to be increased in cross-modal settings, namely when inputs from different sensory modalities have to be combined. Compare...
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Attentional bias towards alcohol-related stimuli is a core characteristic of alcohol use disorders (AUD), playing a crucial role in their development and persistence. Many behavioral studies have shown an increased allocation of attentional resources towards alcohol-related stimuli in patients with AUD, but have also revealed a direct link between...
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The dual-process model, describing addictive disorders as resulting from an imbalance between increased automatic approach behaviors towards the substance and reduced abilities to control these behaviors, constitutes a sound theoretical framework to understand alcohol-use disorders. The present study aimed at exploring this imbalance at behavioral...

Citations

... Higher commission and omission error rates and longer reaction times in drug and negative cue blocks compared to blank blocks may indicate an impairing influence of drug cue-reactivity and negative emotional cue-reactivity on response-inhibition, and such inhibitory impairments have been observed frequently on studies of responseinhibition during exposure to drug (Czapla et al., 2015;Lannoy et al., 2019;Noël et al., 2007;Weafer and Fillmore, 2012) or emotionally negative cues (Albert et al., 2010;Goldstein et al., 2007;Ramos-Loyo et al., 2017). Notably however, only drug blocks were associated with higher error compared to neutral blocks, suggesting that much of the behavioral impact on task performance may be due to the added requirement for visual processing. ...