Isabelle Legault, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2012 Psychology Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology, Gerontology
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Jocelyn Faubert grad student 2012 Université de Montréal
 (Mouvement biologique et entrainement perceptivo-cognitif chez les personnes agees.)
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Chamoun M, Huppé-Gourgues F, Legault I, et al. (2017) Cholinergic Potentiation Improves Perceptual-Cognitive Training of Healthy Young Adults in Three Dimensional Multiple Object Tracking. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 11: 128
Chamoun M, Huppé-Gourgues F, Legault I, et al. (2015) Does donepezil improve visual stimuli detection and perceptivo-cognitive performance of heathy young adults ? Journal of Vision. 15: 1133
Legault I, Allard R, Faubert J. (2013) Healthy older observers show equivalent perceptual-cognitive training benefits to young adults for multiple object tracking. Frontiers in Psychology. 4: 323
Legault I, Troje NF, Faubert J. (2012) Healthy older observers cannot use biological-motion point-light information efficiently within 4 m of themselves. I-Perception. 3: 104-11
Legault I, Faubert J. (2012) Perceptual-cognitive training improves biological motion perception: evidence for transferability of training in healthy aging. Neuroreport. 23: 469-73
Legault I, Faubert J. (2012) Training 3D-MOT improves biological motion perception in aging: evidence for transferability of training. Journal of Vision. 12: 547-547
Legault I, Allard R, Faubert J. (2011) Trained Older Observers Are Equivalent to Untrained Young Adults for 3D Multiple-Object-Tracking Speed Thresholds Journal of Vision. 11: 288-288
Legault I, Troje NF, Faubert J. (2010) Biological motion targets have to be further away in virtual space for older versus younger adults to maintain good performance Journal of Vision. 9: 621-621
Legault I, Faubert J. (2010) Biological motion perception: Walker distance does not matter Journal of Vision. 8: 905-905
Legault I, Allard R, Faubert J. (2010) Adaptation to circular patterns influences the perception of distorted squares Journal of Vision. 7: 273-273
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