François Vachon

Affiliations: 
Université Laval, Ville de Québec, Québec, Canada 
Area:
cognition, attention, memory, distraction, human factors, psychophysiology
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Labonté K, Vachon F. (2021) Resuming a Dynamic Task Following Increasingly Long Interruptions: The Role of Working Memory and Reconstruction. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 659451
Simal A, Bermudez P, Lefebvre C, et al. (2020) Signal informativeness for sequence structure modulates human auditory cortical responses. Psychophysiology. e13745
Vachon F, Marsh JE, Labonté K. (2019) The automaticity of semantic processing revisited: Auditory distraction by a categorical deviation. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Marsh JE, Campbell TA, Vachon F, et al. (2019) How the deployment of visual attention modulates auditory distraction. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Labonté K, Tremblay S, Vachon F. (2019) Forewarning interruptions in dynamic settings: Can prevention bolster recovery? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied
Marois A, Marsh JE, Vachon F. (2019) Is auditory distraction by changing-state and deviant sounds underpinned by the same mechanism? Evidence from pupillometry. Biological Psychology. 141: 64-74
Vachon F, Marois A, Lévesque-Dion M, et al. (2018) Can 'Hebb' Be Distracted? Testing the Susceptibility of Sequence Learning to Auditory Distraction. Journal of Cognition. 2: 4
Marsh JE, Ljung R, Jahncke H, et al. (2018) Why are background telephone conversations distracting? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 24: 222-235
Marsh JE, Yang J, Qualter P, et al. (2018) Postcategorical Auditory Distraction in Short-Term Memory: Insights From Increased Task Load and Task Type. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Marois A, Labonté K, Parent M, et al. (2018) Eyes have ears: Indexing the orienting response to sound using pupillometry. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 123: 152-162
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