Publications de Nicolas Stefaniak

Maître de Conférences en Psychologie Cognitive

Laboratoire : C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

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Article dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Theory of mind and hypomanic traits in general population

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Sarah Terrien, Nicolas Stefaniak, Marine Blondel, Harold Mouras, Yannick Morvan, Chrystel Besche-Richard

Anglais, Psychiatry Research, vol.215, n°3, p.694-699,

Article dans des revues avec comité de lecture

The Basic Empathy Scale in Adults (BES-A): Factor structure of a revised form

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Arnaud Carré, Nicolas Stefaniak, Fanny D'Ambrosio, Leila Bensalah, Chrystel Besche-Richard

Anglais, Psychological Assessment, vol.25, n°3, p.679-691,

Article dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Acquisition of the concept of teaching and its relationship with theory of mind in French 3- to 6-year olds

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Leila Bensalah, Marie Olivier, Nicolas Stefaniak

Anglais, Teaching and Teacher Education, vol.28, n°3, p.303-311,

Article dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) Val66Met polymorphism and its implication in executive functions in adult offspring of alcohol-dependent probands

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Farid Benzerouk, Fabien Gierski, Philip Gorwood, Nicolas Ramoz, Nicolas Stefaniak, Bérangère Hubsch, Arthur Kaladjian, Frédéric Limosin

Anglais, Alcohol, vol.47, n°4, p.271-274,

Article dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Executive functions in adult offspring of alcohol dependent probands: toward a cognitive endophenotype

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Fabien Gierski, Bérangère Hubsch, Nicolas Stefaniak, Farid Benzerouk, Christine Cuervo-Lombard, Céline Bera-Potelle, Renaud Cohen, Jean-Pierre Kahn, Frédéric Limosin

Anglais, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, vol.37, n°1, p.356-363,

Article dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Procedural learning in specific language impairment: Effects of sequence complexity

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Audrey Gabriel, Christelle Maillart, Nicolas Stefaniak, Caroline Lejeune, Lise Desmottes, Thierry Meulemans

Anglais, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, vol.19, n°3, p.264-271,

Article dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Procedural Visual Learning in Children With Specific Language Impairment

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Audrey Gabriel, Nicolas Stefaniak, Christelle Maillart, Xavier Schmitz, Thierry Meulemans

Anglais, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, vol.21, n°4, p.329-341,

Communication écrite

Theory of Mind and hypomanic personality in general population

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Sarah Terrien, Nicolas Stefaniak, Marine Blondel

Français, European Psychiatry (28), Supplement, 1, 21st European Congress of Psychiatry, 2013-04-06, 2013-04-09, Nice, France,

Communication orale

The semantic priming effect: how to explain individual differences?

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Nicolas Stefaniak, Christelle Declercq, Stéphanie Caillies, Fiorine Preto, Thierry Meulemans

Anglais [POSTER], 17th annual meeting of the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness, 2013-07-02, 2013-07-06, San Diego, Etats-Unis,

Communication orale

Can inter-individual differences in semantic priming be explained by inter-individual differences in implicit learning abilities?

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Nicolas Stefaniak, Fiorine Preto, Christelle Declercq, Stéphanie Caillies, Thierry Meulemans

Anglais, Annual Meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences, 2012-05-10, 2012-05-11, Liège, Belgique,

Article dans des revues avec comité de lecture

Impaired conscious memory in non-clinical schizotypy.

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Nicolas Stefaniak, Caroline Giot, Sarah Terrien, Chrystel Besche-Richard

Anglais, Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, vol.20, n°3, p.243-253, cognitive vulnerability marker; explicit memory; implicit memory; schizophrenia; schizotypy,

Abstract

INTRODUCTION:

Impaired controlled and preserved/enhanced automatic memory processes have been reported in schizotypy. This memory pattern has been considered as a marker of vulnerability to schizophrenia. Our aim was to further explore this memory pattern in non-clinical schizotypy in order to determine which specific dimensions of schizotypy (i.e., positive, negative or disorganised), and more specifically which components of the dimensions, are most closely related to memory dysfunctions.

METHODS:

Fifty-seven undergraduate students performed a category-production task. This was adapted for use with the process dissociation procedure in order to dissociate between automatic and controlled memory processes. The level of schizotypy was assessed using the Schizotypal Personality Questionnaire.

RESULTS:

Regression analyses confirmed that controlled memory processes decreased as schizotypy increased. The positive factors (more specifically, the ideas of reference subscale) and disorganised factors (more specifically, the odd or eccentric behaviour subscale) were negatively correlated with the controlled memory processes.

CONCLUSIONS:

Our study supports the idea that impaired controlled processes are an early cognitive marker of vulnerability to schizophrenia and confirm that the disorganised factor contributes the most to vulnerability to memory dysfunction. It also emphasises the importance of dissociating between each of the features characterising schizotypy rather than considering it as a whole.

Communication écrite

Theory of mind and hypomanic traits in general population

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Sarah Terrien, Nicolas Stefaniak, Marine Blondel, Harold Mouras, Yannick Morvan, Chrystel Besche-Richard

Anglais, European Psychiatry (28), Supplement, 1, 1 (IF: 2,766), 21st European Congress of Psychiatry, Nice, France,

Chapitre(s) d'ouvrage scientifique

Theory of mind, tutoring, and children teaching

C2S - Cognition Santé Socialisation (EA 6291)

Leila Bensalah, Nicolas Stefaniak

Anglais, vol.14, p.321-340, Contemporary Perspectives in early childhood Education, Olivia, N., Saracho (Series Ed.), Chap. 14: Contemporary Perspectives on Research in Theory of Mind in Early Childhood Education, Charlotte, North Carolina., Information Age Publishing Inc, 2014,