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Publications

Book chapter  

Chevallier, C. (2019). Theory of mind and autism: Revisiting Baron-Cohen et al.’s Sally-Anne study. In A. Slater and P. Quinn (Eds.), Developmental Psychology: Revisiting the Classic Studies 2nd edition (pp. 148-163).Sage

Book chapter  

Dezecache, G., Eskenazi, T. & Grèzes, J. (2016). Emotional Convergence: A Case of Contagion? In Sukhvinder D. Obhi & Emily S. Cross (Eds.), Shared Representations: Sensorimotor Foundations of Social Life (Cambridge University Press ed., pp. 417).

Non-reviewed conference proceeding  

Dubreuil, A., Valente, A., Mastrogiuseppe, F. & Ostojic, S. (2019). Disentangling the roles of dimensionality and cell classes in neural computation. In NeurIPS Workshop.

National journal article  

Grèzes, J. (2011). Les émotions, modes d’action et de communication. Med Sci (Paris), 27(8-9), 683-684. doi:10.1051/medsci/2011278001

Book chapter  

Grèzes, J. & Dezecache, G. (2012). Communication émotionnelle: mécanismes cognitifs et cérébraux. In P. Allain, G. Aubin & D. Le Gal (Eds.), Cognition Sociale et NeuropsychologieSolal

Reviewed conference proceeding  

Hicheur, H., Kadone, H., Grèzes, J. & Berthoz, A. (2013). Perception of emotional gaits using avatar animation of real and artificially synthesized gaits. In 5th Biannual Conference of the Humaine-Association on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII), Geneva, Switzerland, IEEE, 460-466. doi:10.1109/ACII.2013.82

Book chapter  

Koechlin, E. (2020). Executive Control and Decision-Making: a neural theory of prefrontal function. The Cognitive Neurosciences VI (pp. 451).

Other  

Lebreton, M. & Palminteri, S. (2016). When are inter-individual brain-behavior correlations informative? bioRxiv. doi:10.1101/036772

Other  

Sidarus, N., Haggard, P. & Beyer, F. (2018). How social contexts affect cognition: mentalizing interferes with sense of agency during voluntary action. PsyArXiv. doi:10.31234/osf.io/wj3ep

Other  

Ting, C. , Palminteri, S., Engelmann, J. & Lebreton, M. (2019). Decreased confidence in loss-avoidance contexts is a primary meta-cognitive bias of human reinforcement learning. bioRxiv. doi:10.1101/593368