Maria Augustinova
Maria Augustinova
Professor of Psychology, Université de Rouen, Rouen
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The French Lexicon Project: Lexical decision data for 38,840 French words and 38,840 pseudowords
L Ferrand, B New, M Brysbaert, E Keuleers, P Bonin, A Méot, ...
Behavior research methods 42, 488-496, 2010
Automaticity of word reading: Evidence from the semantic Stroop paradigm
M Augustinova, L Ferrand
Current Directions in Psychological Science 23 (5), 343-348, 2014
Age-of-acquisition and subjective frequency estimates for all generally known monosyllabic French words and their relation with other psycholinguistic variables
L Ferrand, P Bonin, A Méot, M Augustinova, B New, C Pallier, M Brysbaert
Behavior research methods 40, 1049-1054, 2008
Comparing word processing times in naming, lexical decision, and progressive demasking: Evidence from Chronolex
L Ferrand, M Brysbaert, E Keuleers, B New, P Bonin, A Méot, ...
Frontiers in psychology 2, 306, 2011
Suggestion does not de-automatize word reading: Evidence from the semantically based Stroop task
M Augustinova, L Ferrand
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 19, 521-527, 2012
The loci of Stroop interference and facilitation effects with manual and vocal responses
M Augustinova, BA Parris, L Ferrand
Frontiers in psychology 10, 474934, 2019
The loci of Stroop effects: A critical review of methods and evidence for levels of processing contributing to color-word Stroop effects and the implications for the loci of …
BA Parris, N Hasshim, M Wadsley, M Augustinova, L Ferrand
Psychological Research 86 (4), 1029-1053, 2022
Improved cognitive control in presence of anthropomorphized robots
N Spatola, C Belletier, P Chausse, M Augustinova, A Normand, V Barra, ...
International Journal of Social Robotics 11, 463-476, 2019
The influence of mere social presence on Stroop interference: New evidence from the semantically-based Stroop task
M Augustinova, L Ferrand
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (5), 1213-1216, 2012
Further investigation of distinct components of Stroop interference and of their reduction by short response-stimulus intervals
M Augustinova, L Silvert, N Spatola, L Ferrand
Acta Psychologica 189, 54-62, 2018
Not as bad as it seems: When the presence of a threatening humanoid robot improves human performance
N Spatola, C Belletier, A Normand, P Chausse, S Monceau, ...
Science Robotics 3 (21), eaat5843, 2018
Negative relations between pacifier use and emotional competence
PM Niedenthal, M Augustinova, M Rychlowska, S Droit-Volet, L Zinner, ...
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 34 (5), 387-394, 2012
Single-letter coloring and spatial cuing do not eliminate or reduce a semantic contribution to the Stroop effect
M Augustinova, V Flaudias, L Ferrand
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17, 827-833, 2010
Falsification cueing in collective reasoning: Example of the Wason selection task
M Augustinova
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (5), 770-785, 2008
An fMRI study of response and semantic conflict in the Stroop task
BA Parris, MG Wadsley, N Hasshim, A Benattayallah, M Augustinova, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 10, 478835, 2019
Behavioral and electrophysiological investigation of semantic and response conflict in the Stroop task
M Augustinova, L Silvert, L Ferrand, PM Llorca, V Flaudias
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22, 543-549, 2015
Differential access to information and anticipated group interaction: impact on individual reasoning.
M Augustinova, D Oberle, GL Stasser
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 88 (4), 619, 2005
Affective priming: A case of semantic priming?
L Ferrand, F Ric, M Augustinova
Annee Psychologique 106 (1), 79-104, 2006
Body and mind: Zajonc’s (re) introduction of the motor system to emotion and cognition
PM Niedenthal, M Augustinova, M Rychlowska
Emotion Review 2 (4), 340-347, 2010
Pacifiers disrupt adults’ responses to infants’ emotions
M Rychlowska, S Korb, M Brauer, S Droit-Volet, M Augustinova, L Zinner, ...
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 36 (4), 299-308, 2014
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