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The coeruleus/subcoeruleus complex in idiopathic rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder.
- Mickael Ehrminger, Alice Latimier, I. Arnulf
- Biology, MedicineBrain : a journal of neurology
- 1 April 2016
Neuromelanin-sensitive imaging provides an early marker of non-dopaminergic alpha-synucleinopathy that can be detected on an individual basis in patients with idiopathic rapid eye movement sleep behaviour.
Does pre-testing promote better retention than post-testing?
- Alice Latimier, Arnaud Riegert, H. Peyre, Son Thierry Ly, Roberto Casati, F. Ramus
- Psychologynpj Science of Learning
- 24 September 2019
The results suggest that it may be more fruitful to test students after than before exposure to learning content, as post-testing promoted knowledge transfer to previously untested questions, whereas pre-testing did not.
Loss of REM sleep features across nighttime in REM sleep behavior disorder.
A Meta-Analytic Review of the Benefit of Spacing out Retrieval Practice Episodes on Retention
Spaced retrieval practice consists of repetitions of the same retrieval event distributed through time. This learning strategy combines two “desirable difficulties”: retrieval practice and spacing…
Does Postural Rigidity Decrease during REM Sleep without Atonia in Parkinson Disease?
- D. Arnaldi, Alice Latimier, S. Leu-Semenescu, F. De Carli, M. Vidailhet, I. Arnulf
- Psychology, BiologyJournal of clinical sleep medicine : JCSM…
- 15 June 2016
The high amplitude of chin muscle tone in PD with RBD (but not in idiopathic RBD) during REM sleep with and without atonia suggests that both PD-related hypertonia and RBD-related enhanced muscle tone coexist duringREM sleep, together affecting chin muscletone.
Trustworthiness and Dominance Personality Traits' Judgments in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Alice Latimier, K. Kovarski, T. Zalla
- PsychologyJournal of autism and developmental disorders
- 1 November 2019
It is found that adults with ASD were as capable as TD adults to judge personality traits of face trustworthiness and dominance, which relied on similar exploration of the synthetic faces in the two populations.
Temporal preparation in adults with autistic spectrum disorder: The variable foreperiod effect
- G. Girardi, L. G. Fernández, M. Leboyer, Alice Latimier, S. Chokron, T. Zalla
- PsychologyAutism research : official journal of the…
- 5 July 2021
A study on implicit temporal preparation in individuals with ASD as indexed by the variable foreperiod (FP) effect compared to a group of typically‐developed (TD) controls for their respective abilities to utilize implicit temporal information in a simple detection task.
Retrieval practice promotes long-term retention irrespective of the placement
The current study aimed at comparing the effect of three placements of the re-exposure episodes on memory retention (interpolated-small, interpolated-medium, postponed), depending on whether…