Publications de Aurélia Bugaiska

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  • Bonin, P., Thiebaut, G., Bugaiska, A. & Méot, A. (2022). Mixed evidence for a richness-of-encoding account of animacy effects in memory from the generation-of-ideas paradigm. Current Psychology. Détails ›



  • Bonin, P., Méot, A. & Bugaiska, A. (2018). Concreteness norms for 1,659 French words: Relationships with other psycholinguistic variables and word recognition times. Behavior Research Methods. Détails ›
  • Bugaiska, A., Gregoire, L., Camblats, A.M., Gelon, M., Méot, A. & Bonin, P. (2018). Animacy and attentional processes: Evidence from the Stroop task. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. Détails ›


  • 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. Détails ›
  • 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. Détails ›
  • Gelin, M., Bugaiska, A., Méot, A., & Bonin, P. (2017). Are animacy effects in episodic memory independent of encoding instructions?. Memory. Détails ›
  • Lussier, M., Bugaiska, A. & Bherer, L. (2017). Specific transfer effects following variable priority dual-task training in older adults. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience. Détails ›


  • Bugaiska, A., Méot, A., & Bonin, P. (2016). Do healthy elders, like young adults, remember animates better than inanimates? An adaptive view. Experimental Aging Research. Détails ›


  • Bonin, P., Gelin, M. Laroche, B., Méot, A., & Bugaiska, A. (2015). The "how" of animacy effects in episodic memory. Experimental Psychology. Détails ›
  • Boucheix, J.M., Lowe, R.K., & Bugaiska, A. (2015). Age Differences in Learning from Instructional Animations. Applied Cognitive Psychology. Détails ›
  • Bugaiska, A., Mermillod, M., & Bonin, P. (2015). Does the thought of death contribute to the memory benefit of encoding with a survival scenario?. Memory, 23, 213-232. Détails ›
  • Bugaiska, A. & Thibaut, J.P. (2015). Analogical reasoning and aging: The processing speed and inhibition hypothesis. Aging, Neuropsychology & Cognition, 22, 340-356. Détails ›
  • Bugaiska, A., Ferreri, L., Bouquet, C.A., Kalenzaga, S. &, Clarys, D., & (2015). Self as a moderator of age-related deficit on Recollection. Topics in Cognitive Psychology, 115, 77-88. Détails ›
  • Castonguay, N., Lussier, M., Bugaiska, A., Lord, C., & Bherer, L. (2015). Executive Functions in Men and Postmenopausal Women. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 37, 193-208. Détails ›
  • Ferreri, L., Bigand, E. & Bugaiska, A. (2015). The positive effect of music on source memory. Musicae Scientiae. Détails ›
  • Ferreri, L., Bigand, E., Bard, P. & Bugaiska, A. (2015). The influence of music on prefrontal cortex during episodic encoding and retrieval of verbal information: a multichannel fNIRS study. Behavioural Neurology. Détails ›


  • Bonin, P. & Bugaiska, A. (2014). "Survivre pour se souvenir". Une approche novatrice de la mémoire humaine: la mémoire adaptative. L'Année Psychologique, 3(114), 571-610. Détails ›
  • Bonin, P., Gelin, M. & Bugaiska, A. (2014). Animates are better remembered than inanimates: Further evidence from word and picture stimuli. Memory & Cognition, 3(42), 370-382. Détails ›
  • Bonin, P., Méot, A., Ferrand, L. & Bugaiska, A. (2014). Sensory Experience Ratings (SER) for 1,659 French words: Relationships with other psycholinguistic variables and visual word recognition. Behavior Research Methods. Détails ›
  • Bonin, P., Méot, A., Millotte, S., & Bugaiska, A. (2014). Norms and reading times for acronyms in French. Behavior Research Methods, 47, 251-267. Détails ›
  • Ferreri, L., Bigand, E., Perrey, S. & Bugaiska, A. (2014). The promise of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS) for psychological research: a brief review. Topics in Cognitive Psychology. Détails ›
  • Ferreri, L., Bigand, E., Perrey, S., Muthalib, M., Bard, P., & Bugaiska, A., & (2014). Less effort, better results: how does music act on prefrontal cortex in older adults during verbal encoding? An fNIRS study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Détails ›


  • Bonin, P., Méot, A., & Bugaiska, A. (2013). Norms and comprehension times for 305 French idiomatic expression. Behavior Research Methods. Détails ›
  • Bonin, P., Méot, A., Ferrand, L., & Bugaiska, A. (2013). Normes d'associations verbales pour 520 mots concrets et étude de leurs relations avec d'autres variables psycholinguistiques. L'Année Psychologique. Détails ›
  • Ferreri, L., Aucouturier, J.J., Muthalib, M., Bigand, E. & Bugaiska, A. (2013). Music improves verbal memory encoding while decreasing prefrontal cortex activity: an fNIRS study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Détails ›
  • Kalenzaga, S., Bugaiska, A. & Clarys, D. (2013). Self-reference effect and autonoetic consciousness in Alzheimer's disease: Evidence for a persistent affective Self in dementia patients. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders - An International Journal. Détails ›
  • Mermillod, M., Bugaiska, A., & Bonin, P. (2013). The stability-plasticity dilemma: investigating the continuum from catastrophic forgetting to age-limited learning effects. Frontiers in Psychology. Détails ›


  • Boucard, G., Albinet, C., Bugaiska, A., Bouquet, C. A., Clarys, D. & Audiffren, M (2012). Impact of Physical activity on Executive Functions in Aging: A Selective Effect on Inhibition among Old Adults. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. Détails ›
  • Tapia, G., Clarys, D., Bugaiska, A., & El-Hage, W. (2012). Recollection of negative information in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Journal of Traumatic Stress. Détails ›


  • Bugaiska, A., Morson, S., Moulin, C., & Souchay, C. (2011). Metamemory, Recollection and Familiarity in Alzheimer’s Disease. Revue Neurologique, 167, 3-13. Détails ›


  • Clarys, D., Bugaiska, A., Tapia, G., & Baudouin, A. (2009). Ageing, remembering, and executive function. Memory, 17(2), 158-168. Détails ›


  • Bugaiska, A., Clarys, D., Jarry, C., Taconnat, L., Tapia, G., Vanneste, S., & Isingrini, M. (2007). The effect of aging in recollective experience: The processing speed and executive functioning hypothesis. Consciousness and Cognition, 16(4), 797-808. Détails ›