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2016
Castelain, T., Girotto V., Jamet F., & Mercier H. (2016).  Evidence for benefits of argumentation in a Mayan indigenous population. Evolution and Human Behavior.
Dupuy, L., Stateva P., Andreetta S., Cheylus A., Van der Henst J-B., Jayez J., et al. (2016).  L’impact de l’apprentissage d’une langue seconde sur les capacités pragmatiques : le cas des implicatures scalaires. Connaissances et usages en langue seconde.
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01659678/document
Fourneret, P., & Poissant H. (2016).  Learning disorders in ADHD: How are they related?. Archives de Pédiatrie. 23(12),
Ploux, S. (2016).  Lexical semantics and topological models. History of Quantitative Linguistics in France.
Mercier, H. (2016).  Making Science Education More Natural – Some Ideas From the Argumentative Theory of Reasoning. German Journal of Educational Psychology. Special issue ‘Learning through communication.’.
Estivalet, G. Lopez (2016).  Mental Lexicon Architecture and Morphological Processing of French Verbs. NSCO.
Curie, A., Friocourt G., Bertrand S., Rochefort F., Loaëc N., Reboul A., et al. (2016).  Nouvelles perspectives dans l'atteinte spécifique du langage présentée par les patients ARX et la dysrégulation sous-jacente de FOXP1. 8èmes Assises de Génétique Humaine et Médicale.
https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01281755/document
Curie, A., Brun A., Cheylus A., Reboul A., Nazir T., Bussy G., et al. (2016).  A Novel Analog Reasoning Paradigm: New Insights in Intellectually Disabled Patients. PLoS ONE.
Bernard, S., Clément F., & Mercier H. (2016).  Pure wishful thinking and its moderation in preschoolers. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
Castelain, T. (2016).  Reasoning and Argumentation : a cross-cultural and developmental approach. Université de Lyon, École Doctorale Neurosciences et Cognition (NSCo).
Trouche, E. (2016).  Reasoning as a social competence : an experimental comparison with the intellectualist theories. NSCO.
SEGUIN, C., & Bussy G. (2016).  Remédiation cognitive. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01555816.
De Carvalho, A., Reboul A., Van Der Henst J-B., Cheylus A., & Nazir T. (2016).  Scalar Implicatures: The psychological reality of scales. Frontiers in Psychology.
Trouche, E., Johansson P., Hall L., & Mercier H. (2016).  The selective laziness of reasoning. Cognitive Science.
Terrier, N., Bernard S., Mercier H., & Clément F. (2016).  Visual access trumps gender in 3- and 4-year-old children’s endorsement of testimony. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.
Mercier, H., Bonnier P., & Trouche E. (2016).  Why don't people produce better arguments?. The Language of Thought.
2015
Estivalet, G., & Meunier F. (2015).  The Brazilian Portuguese Lexicon: An Instrument for Psycholinguistic Research. PLoS ONE.
Miton, H., & Mercier H. (2015).  Cognitive obstacles to pro-vaccination beliefs. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.
Estivalet, G., & Meunier F. (2015).  Decomposability and mental representation of French verbs. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
Reboul, A. (2015).  Decoupling, situated cognition and immersion in art. 6th International Conference on Spatial Cognition.
Mercier, H., Zhang J., Qu Y., Lu P., & Van der Henst J-B. (2015).  Do Easterners and Westerners treat contradiction differently?. Journal of Cognition and Culture.
Deprez, V., Tubau S., Cheylus A., & M. Espinal T. (2015).  Double Negation in a Negative Concord language: An experimental investigation. Lingua, Elsevier. 163,
Mercier, H., Trouche E., Yama H., Heintz C., & Girotto V. (2015).  Experts and laymen grossly underestimate the benefits of argumentation for reasoning. Thinking & Reasoning.
Varnet, L., Wang T., Chloe P., Meunier F., & Hoen M. (2015).  How musical expertise shapes speech perception: Evidence from auditory classification images. Scientific reports. 5,
Charafeddine, R., Mercier H., Kaufman L., Clement F., Berchtold A., Reboul A., et al. (2015).  How Preschoolers use cues of dominance to make sense of their social environment. Journal of Cognition and Development.  (501.3 KB)

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