Lionel Brunel
Lionel Brunel
Associate professor, Montpellier 3 University
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Act-In: An integrated view of memory mechanisms
R Versace, GT Vallet, B Riou, M Lesourd, E Labeye, L Brunel
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (3), 280-306, 2014
The sensory nature of episodic memory: sensory priming effects due to memory trace activation.
L Brunel, E Labeye, M Lesourd, R Versace
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (4), 1081, 2009
Sport= male… But not all sports: Investigating the gender stereotypes of sport activities at the explicit and implicit levels
M Plaza, J Boiché, L Brunel, F Ruchaud
Sex roles 76 (3-4), 202-217, 2017
The perceptual nature of the cross-modal priming effect
G Vallet, L Brunel, R Versace
Experimental Psychology, 2010
Visual memory and visual perception: When memory improves visual search
B Riou, M Lesourd, L Brunel, R Versace
Memory & Cognition 39 (6), 1094-1102, 2011
Sensory Motor Concepts in Language & Cognition
L Ströbel
düsseldorf University Press GmbH, 2016
The sensory nature of knowledge: Sensory priming effects in semantic categorization
L Brunel, M Lesourd, E Labeye, R Versace
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (5), 955-964, 2010
Improving perception to make distant connections closer
R Goldstone, D Landy, LC Brunel
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 385, 2011
It does belong together: cross-modal correspondences influence cross-modal integration during perceptual learning
L Brunel, PF Carvalho, RL Goldstone
Frontiers in psychology 6, 358, 2015
Memory and consciousness: Trace distinctiveness in memory retrievals
L Brunel, A Oker, B Riou, R Versace
Consciousness and cognition 19 (4), 926-937, 2010
When seeing a dog activates the bark
L Brunel, RL Goldstone, G Vallet, B Riou, R Versace
Experimental Psychology, 2013
From anticipation to integration: the role of integrated action-effects in building sensorimotor contingencies
T Camus, B Hommel, L Brunel, T Brouillet
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25 (3), 1059-1065, 2018
Sensory–motor properties of past actions bias memory in a recognition task
D Brouillet, C Vagnot, A Milhau, L Brunel, J Briglia, R Versace, S Rousset
Psychological research 79 (4), 678-686, 2015
Modeling an enactivist multiple-trace memory. ATHENA: A fractal model of human memory
J Briglia, P Servajean, AH Michalland, L Brunel, D Brouillet
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 82, 97-110, 2018
Manual dexterity, but not cerebral palsy, predicts cognitive functioning after neonatal stroke
G Thébault, S Martin, D Brouillet, L Brunel, M Dinomais, É Presles, J Fluss, ...
Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 60 (10), 1045-1051, 2018
The sensory nature of knowledge: generalization vs. specification mechanisms
L Brunel, B Riou, G Vallet, R Versace
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 31 (31), 2009
Assessing the functional role of motor response during the integration process.
T Camus, D Brouillet, L Brunel
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 42 (11 …, 2016
Word‐to‐picture recognition is a function of motor components mappings at the stage of retrieval
D Brouillet, T Brouillet, A Milhau, L Heurley, C Vagnot, L Brunel
International Journal of Psychology 51 (5), 397-402, 2016
Dynamics of sensorimotor interactions in embodied cognition
GT Vallet, L Brunel, B Riou, N Vermeulen
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1929, 2016
The action constraints of an object increase distance estimation in extrapersonal space
RV Josa, T Camus, V Murday, N Morgado, R Palluel-Germain, L Brunel, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 472, 2019
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