Jocelyn Faubert

Psychology Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada 
Cognitive Psychology, Gerontology
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Tullo D, Faubert J, Bertone A. (2022) Distinctive patterns of Multiple Object-Tracking performance trajectories in youth with deficits in attention, learning, and intelligence. Research in Developmental Disabilities. 133: 104402
Legault I, Sutterlin-Guindon D, Faubert J. (2022) Perceptual cognitive abilities in young athletes: A gender comparison. Plos One. 17: e0273607
Silvestre D, Miseros M, Faubert J, et al. (2022) Development of static and dynamic perception for luminance- and texture-defined information from school-ages to adulthood. Vision Research. 200: 108103
Archambault C, Tullo D, Clark E, et al. (2021) Assessing the feasibility of a classroom-based visual attention training program targeting academics for students with extremely low IQ. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 7: 150
Tullo D, Perico C, Faubert J, et al. (2020) Multiple object-tracking isolates feedback-specific load in attention and learning. Journal of Vision. 20: 9
Daneshi A, Azarnoush H, Towhidkhah F, et al. (2020) Brain activity during time to contact estimation: an EEG study. Cognitive Neurodynamics. 14: 155-168
Mourra GN, Sénécal S, Fredette M, et al. (2020) Using a smartphone while walking: The cost of smartphone-addiction proneness. Addictive Behaviors. 106: 106346
Tullo D, Faubert J, Bertone A. (2019) Learning and visual attention across neurodevel-opmental conditions: Using Multiple Object-Tracking as a descriptor of visual attention Journal of Vision. 19: 157a
Miseros M, Tullo D, Faubert J, et al. (2019) The development of form and motion perception from school-age to adulthood:comparing sensitivity to luminance- and texture-defined stimuli. Journal of Vision. 19: 118b
Chermann JF, Romeas T, Marty F, et al. (2018) Perceptual-cognitive three-dimensional multiple-object tracking task can help the monitoring of sport-related concussion. Bmj Open Sport & Exercise Medicine. 4: e000384
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