Pierre Perruchet

Psychology CNRS & Université de Bourgogne 
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Grégoire L, Poulin-Charronnat B, Perruchet P. (2019) Stroop interference depends also on the level of automaticity of the to-be-interfered process. Acta Psychologica. 197: 143-152
Poulin-Charronnat B, Perruchet P, Tillmann B, et al. (2016) Familiar units prevail over statistical cues in word segmentation. Psychological Research
Perruchet P, Grégoire L, Aerts K, et al. (2016) Dissociating conscious expectancies from automatic-link formation in an electrodermal conditioning paradigm. Psychological Research. 80: 581-9
Pacton S, Sobaco A, Perruchet P. (2015) Is an attention-based associative account of adjacent and nonadjacent dependency learning valid? Acta Psychologica. 157: 195-9
Grégoire L, Perruchet P, Poulin-Charronnat B. (2015) How does Stroop interference change with practice? A reappraisal from the musical Stroop paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 41: 417-25
Grégoire L, Perruchet P, Poulin-Charronnat B. (2014) About the unidirectionality of interference: insight from the musical Stroop effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 67: 2071-89
Perruchet P, Poulin-Charronnat B, Tillmann B, et al. (2014) New evidence for chunk-based models in word segmentation. Acta Psychologica. 149: 1-8
Grégoire L, Perruchet P, Poulin-Charronnat B. (2014) Is the musical stroop effect able to keep its promises? A reply to Akiva-Kabiri and Henik (2014), Gast (2014), Moeller and Frings (2014), and Zakay (2014). Experimental Psychology. 61: 80-3
Grégoire L, Perruchet P, Poulin-Charronnat B. (2013) The musical Stroop effect. Opening a new avenue to research on automatisms. Experimental Psychology. 60: 269-78
Perruchet P, Poulin-Charronnat B. (2013) Challenging prior evidence for a shared syntactic processor for language and music. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 20: 310-7
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