Gwendoline Mahe

maître de conférences
CNU : SECTION 16 - PSYCHOLOGIE, PSYCHOLOGIE CLINIQUE, PSYCHOLOGIE SOCIALE
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Gwendoline Mahe

maître de conférences

Publications

Articles publiés

·      Vazeux M, Doignon-Camus N, Bosse ML, Mahé G, Guo T, & Zagar D (2020). Syllable-first rather thatn letter-first to improve phonemic awareness. Scientific Reports, 10:22130.

·      Mahé G, Pont C, Zesiger P, & Laganaro M (2018). The time course of print processing in developmental dyslexia: Distinct patterns of impairments in lexical decision and reading aloud. Neuropsychologia, 121, 19-27.

·      Cohen M, Mahé G, Laganaro M, & Zesiger P (2018) Does the relationship between rapid automatized naming and reading depend on age or on reading level? A behavioural and ERP study. Frontiers in Human Neurosciences, 12:73.

·      Mahé G, Zesiger P, & Laganaro, M (2015) Beyond the initial 140 ms, lexical decision and reading aloud are different tasks: An ERP study with topographic analysis. Neuroimage, 15(122), 65-72.

·      Mahé G, Doignon-Camus N, Dufour A, & Bonnefond A (2014) Conflict control processing in adults with developmental dyslexia: an event related potentials study. Clinical Neurophysiology 125(1), 69-76.

·      Mahé G, Bonnefond A, & Doignon-Camus N (2014) The time course of the syllable frequency effect in visual word recognition: evidence for both facilitatory and inhibitory effects in French. Reading & Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal 27(1), 171-187.

·      Mahé G, Bonnefond A, & Doignon-Camus N (2013) Is the impaired N170 print tuning specific to developmental dyslexia? A matched reading level study with poor readers and dyslexics. Brain & Language 127, 539-544.

·      Mahé G, Bonnefond A, Gavens N, Dufour A, & Doignon-Camus N (2012) Impaired visual expertise for print in french adults with dyslexia as shown by N170 tuning. Neuropsychologia 50(14): 3200-3206.

Articles soumis

·      Cohen M, Mahé G, Laganaro M, & Zesiger P (under revision, Neuropsychologia) Lexical access: the missing link between naming and reading?

·      Boddaert, G, Casalis, S, & Mahé G (under revision, British Journal of Developmental Psychology). Picture method fosters direct access to second-language word meaning : direct evidence from a word-picture matching task”.

·      Cornut, C, Mahé, G, & Casalis, C (revised, Bilingualism : Language and Cognition). L2 word recognition among French-English late bilinguals : does modality matter?