Sylvie Droit-Volet, Ph.D.

Blaise Pascal University 
"Sylvie Droit-Volet"
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Derouet J, Doyère V, Droit-Volet S. (2019) The Disruption of Memory Consolidation of Duration Introduces Noise While Lengthening the Long-Term Memory Representation of Time in Humans. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 745
Monier F, Droit-Volet S, Coull JT. (2019) The beneficial effect of synchronized action on motor and perceptual timing in children. Developmental Science. e12821
Monier F, Droit-Volet S. (2019) Development of sensorimotor synchronization abilities: Motor and cognitive components. Child Neuropsychology : a Journal On Normal and Abnormal Development in Childhood and Adolescence. 1-20
Droit-Volet S, Lorandi F, Coull JT. (2019) Explicit and implicit timing in aging. Acta Psychologica. 193: 180-189
Hallez Q, Damsma A, Rhodes D, et al. (2018) The dynamic effect of context on interval timing in children and adults. Acta Psychologica. 192: 87-93
Coull JT, Droit-Volet S. (2018) Explicit Understanding of Duration Develops Implicitly through Action. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 22: 923-937
Coull JT, Johnson KA, Droit-Volet S. (2018) A Mental Timeline for Duration From the Age of 5 Years Old. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1155
Droit-Volet S, Hallez Q. (2018) Differences in modal distortion in time perception due to working memory capacity: a response with a developmental study in children and adults. Psychological Research
Hallez Q, Droit-Volet S. (2017) High levels of time contraction in young children in dual tasks are related to their limited attention capacities. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 161: 148-160
Charras P, Droit-Volet S, Brechet C, et al. (2017) The spatial representation of time can be flexibly oriented in the frontal or lateral planes from an early age. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 43: 832-845
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