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 Bonnefond, M., Kaliuznha, M., Van der Henst, J-B., De Neys, W. (2014). Disabling conditional inferences: An EEG study. Neuropsychologia, 56, 255-262.

 cours L3 neuroscience

Jayez, J., Mongelli, V., Reboul, A., & Van der Henst, J-B., (in press). Weak and strong triggers. In F. Schwartz (Ed.). Experimental Perspectives on Presuppositions. Springer.

 

Breton, A., Jerbi, K., Henaff, M-A., Cheylus, A., Baudouin, J-Y, Schmitz, C., Krolak-Salmon, P., & Van der Henst, J-B. (2014). Face the hierarchy: ERP and oscillatory brain responses in social rank processing. PLoS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/jo

Bonnefond, M., Noveck, I., Baillet, S., Cheylus, A., Delpuech, C. Bertrand, O., Fourneret, P. & Van der Henst, J-B (2013). What MEG can reveal about inference making: the case of if…then sentences. Human Brain Mapping, 34, 684-697.

Bonnefond, M., Van der Henst, J-B (i2013). Deduction electrified: ERPs elicited by the processing of words in conditional arguments. Brain and Language, 124, 244-256.

 Ménoret M, Curie A, des Portes V, Nazir TA and Paulignan Y (2013) Motor resonance facilitates movement execution : an ERP and kinematic study.
Front.Hum.Neurosci. 7:646. doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00646

Spotorno, N., Cheylus, A., Van der Henst, J.-B., & Noveck, I. A. (2013). What’s behind a P600? Integration Operations during Irony Processing. PLoS ONE, 8, , e66839. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0066839

Adachi, K., Yama, H., Van der Henst, J-B, Mercier, H., , Kawasaki, Y. & Karasawa M. (2013) Culture, ambiguity aversion and choice in probability judgments. International Journal of Creativity & Problem Solving, 23, 63-78.

A method for exploring the organization of the mental lexicon by analyzing electrophysiological
signals
Sabine Ploux, L2C2, Institut des Sciences Cognitives, FRE 3406 CNRS/Université Lyon I, France
Stéphanie Dabic, EMC, Université Lyon II, France

Jean-Baptiste

Reboul, A., Manificat, S. & Foudon, N. (in press) Autism from a cognitive-pragmatic perspective", in Schmid, H-J. & Geeraerts, D. (eds) Handbook of Pragmatics: Cognitive Pragmatics, Mouton-de Gruyter.

 Reboul, A. (2012) 'Radical Embodied Cognition vs. "Classical" Embodied Neuroscience', in Yu, Z. (ed.) Cognition and Embodiment, Shanghai University Press.

Spotorno, N., Koun, E., Prado, J., Van der Henst, J-B & Noveck, I. (2012). Neural evidence that utterance processing entails mentalizing: the case of irony. Neuroimage, 63, 25-39.

doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030663

 

Kaliuznha, M., Chambon, V., Testud, B., Franck, N., & Van der Henst, J-B (2012). Belief Revision and delusions: How do patients with schizophrenia take advice? PLoS ONE, 7(4): e34771. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0034771

Bonnefond, M., Van der Henst, J-B., Gougain, M., Robic, S., Olsen M.D., Weiss, O., & Noveck, I. (2012). How pragmatic interpretations arise from conditionals. Journal of Memory and Language, 67, 468-485.


Mercier, H., Yama, H., Kawasaki, Y., Adachi, K., & Van der Henst, J-B. (2012). Is the use of averaging in advice taking modulated by culture? Journal of Cognition and Culture. 12, 1-16.

 Reboul, A. (in press) 'Relativity of language to culture or relativity of culture to language? A new look at an old debate', ILCAA Papers.

 Déprez, V., Syrett, K. & Kawahara, S. (in press) "The interaction of syntax, prosody, and discourse in licensing French wh-in-situ questions", Lingua

 Reboul, A. (2011) "Language: of freedom and human bondage", Social Science Information 50/1, 1-14.

 Déprez, V., Syrett, K., Kawahara, S. (in press) "interfacing intonation with prosody: French wh-in-situ questions", Lingua.

 Reboul, A. (in press) 'Résistance imaginative et norme fictive', in Sievers, J. (ed.) Normes comme fictions: la non-existence dans le domaine normatif, College Publications.

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