Aurélia Bugaiska

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CNRS - Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté - UMR 5022
Pôle AAFE
11 Esplanade Erasme
21000 Dijon

Speciality

Cognitive Psychology (Memory/Recollection)

 

Research topics

Publications

  • Bonin, P., Méot, A. & Bugaiska, A. (In Press). Concreteness norms for 1,659 French words: Relationships with other psycholinguistic variables and word recognition times. Behavior Research Methods. More ›
  • Bugaiska, A., Gregoire, L., Camblats, A.M., Gelon, M., Méot, A. & Bonin, P. (In Press). Animacy and attentional processes: Evidence from the Stroop task. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. More ›
  • Gelin, M., Bugaiska, A., Méot, A., Vinter, A. & Bonin, P. (In Press). Animacy effects in episodic memory: do imagery processes really play a role?. Memory. More ›
  • Bonin, P., Méot, A., Boucheix, J.M. & Bugaiska, A. (2017). Psycholinguistic norms for 320 fixed expressions (idioms and proverbs) in French. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 5(71), 1-37. More ›
  • Bonin, P., Méot, A., Laroche, B., Bugaiska, A. & Perret, C. (2017). The impact of image characteristics on written naming in adults. Reading and Writing. More ›
  • Gelin, M., Bonin, P, Méot, A, & Bugaiska, A. (2017). Do animacy effects persist in memory for context?. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 4(71), 1-33. More ›
  • Bugaiska, A., Méot, A., & Bonin, P. (2016). Do healthy elders, like young adults, remember animates better than inanimates? An adaptive view. Experimental Aging Research. More ›
  • Gelin, M., Bugaiska, A., Méot, A., & Bonin, P. (2016). Are animacy effects in episodic memory independent of encoding instructions?. Memory. More ›
  • Lussier, M., Bugaiska, A. & Bherer, L. (2016). Specific transfer effects following variable priority dual-task training in older adults. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. More ›
  • Bonin, P., Gelin, M. Laroche, B., Méot, A., & Bugaiska, A. (2015). The "how" of animacy effects in episodic memory. Experimental Psychology. More ›

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