Articles dans des revues référencées :

Khelifi, R., Sparrow, L., & Casalis, S. (2019). Is a Frequency Effect Observed in Eye Movements During Text Reading? A Comparison Between Developing and Expert Readers. Scientific Studies of Reading, 1-14.

Sparrow, L. (2019). Les modèles théoriques de la perception visuelle à l’épreuve des images d’art : une étude oculométrique. In L’œil mouvementé. Esthétique des images et oculométrie, Nathalie Delbard & Dork Zabunyan (eds), Presses du Réel.

Grabar, N., Farce, E., & Sparrow, L. (2018). Study of Readability of Health Documents with Eye-tracking Approaches. Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Automatic Text Adaptation (ATA), 10–20.

Khelifi, R., Sparrow, L., & Casalis, S. (2017). Are the final letters of a parafoveal word used by developing readers? Evidence from a single word reading task. Cognitive Development, 41, 65‑72.  (IF =1.994 pour 2016, Journal Citation Reports, SCIMAGO : Q2)

Moreira, A. J., Herbeth, N., Le Hir, N., & Sparrow, L. (2016). Attentional capture by non-biologically relevant stimuli: an illustration with car stimuli. Journal of Vision, 16(12), 1011‑1011. (IF = 2.83, Journal Citation Reports, SCIMAGO : Q2)

Sparrow, L., Dei Cas, P., & Khelifi, R. (2016). Une police de caractères adaptée permet-elle une amélioration de la lecture chez les enfants dyslexiques ? ANAE, 28(144), 551‑559. (IF = 0.05, Q4 SCIMAGO)

Bougenies, F., Leleu-Merviel, S., & Sparrow, L. (2016). ‪ Effet captivant et apaisant de la médiation par tablette au musée: mesures physiologiques et motivationnelles‪. Études de communication, (1), 87-108.

Moreira, A.J., Herbeth, N., Le Hir, N. and Sparrow, L. (2016). On the search for understanding car exterior designs’ perception: A behavioral and psychophysiological approach. In Desmet, P.M.A., Fokkinga S.F., Ludden, G.D.S., Cila, N., & Van Zuthem, H. (Eds.). Celebration & Contemplation: Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Design and Emotion, Amsterdam: The Design & Emotion Society.

Sparrow, L. (2016). Variations in visual exploration and physiological reactions during art perception when children visit the museum with a mobile electronic guide. In: Kapoula, Z., Vernet, M. (eds.) Aesthetics and Neuroscience, pp. 131–137. Springer.

Khelifi, R., Sparrow, L., & Casalis, S. (2015). Third and fifth graders’ processing of parafoveal information in reading: A study in single-word recognition. Journal of experimental child psychology, 139, 1‑17. (IF = 3.11, Journal Citation Reports, SCIMAGO : Q1)

Sparrow,L. (2015). Vision et gestes dans la communication. In: Dubuisson, D & Raux, S. (Eds). A perte de vue. Les nouveaux paradigmes du visuel. Les ¨presses du Réel.

Sparrow, L. (2014). La charge cognitive chez l'interprète en LSF. Journal de l'Association Française des Interprètes en LSF, 88, 12-18.

 

 Communications

Grabar,N., Farce,E. & Sparrow,L. (2018). Étude de la lisibilité des documents de santé avec des méthodes d'oculométrie. CORIA-TALN 2018. Best paper award.

Moreira, A.J., Herbeth, N., Le Hir, N. & Sparrow, L. (2016). On the search for understanding car exterior designs' perception: a behavioral and psychophysiological approach. 10th International Conference on Design and Emotion. Amsterdam.

Moreira, A.J., Herbeth, N., Le Hir, N. & Sparrow, L. (2016). Attentional capture by non-biologically relevant stimuli: an illustration with car stimuli. Vision Science Society Conference. Florida.

Gonçalves, A.M., Coelho, R.P., Albuquerque, P. B. & Sparrow, L. (April, 2015). Music experts and non-experts: eye movements in a musical score. Poster at the Portuguese Association of Experiment Psychology. Faro (Portugal).

Khelifi, R., Sparrow, L. & Casalis, S. (December, 2014). Eye movements in text reading : a comparison between developing and expert readers. Oral communication attended the 3 rd of December 2014 at the International Conference « Learning Written Language : Diversity of Language, Uniqueness of Disorder », Strasbourg.

Khelifi, R., Sparrow, L. & Casalis, S. (May, 2014). Processing parafoveal information in third grade and fifth grade readers: A study in single word reading. Oral communication attended the 9 th of May, at the Psycholinguistics in Flanders WorkShop, Ostend