Research Engineer –Data production and analysis in Humanities and Social Sciences
Education: Psychology Ph.D.
Université François Rabelais,
3 avenue des tanneurs, 37041 F – Tours France
Tel. : 33 (0)2 47 36 81 50
Researcher in Aging & Memory team (50 %) and engineer activity (50%).
Research interests :
To identify the cognitive and neurocognitive mechanisms underlying the decline of episodic memory and metamemory during aging (executive functioning, strategy use, level of education, stereotype threat) with a behavioral and electrophysiological approaches.
Aging, episodic memory, metamemory, executive functioning, strategies, stereotype threat.
Experiment development (Eprime); support for data analysis (statistica); support for acquisition and analysis of EGG data (Brain recorder / Brain analyser); graduate students supervision; support for response to call for proposals (National Research Agency).
Cognitive psychology, statistics
Elected member of the laboratory council. Member of the ethics committee CERNI, Tours.
Isingrini, M., Sacher, M., Perrotin, A., Taconnat, L., Souchay, C., Stoehr, H., Bouazzaoui, B. (2016).Episodic feeling-of-knowing relies on noncriterial recollection and familiarity: evidence using an online remember-know procedure. Consciousness and Cognition, 41, 31-40.
Bouazzaoui, B., Follenfant, A., Ric, F., Fay, S., Croizet, J.C., Atzeni, T., Taconnat, L (2016). Ageing-related stereotypes in memory: when the beliefs come true. Memory, 24, 659-668.
Isingrini, M., Angel, L., Fay, S., Taconnat, L., Lemaire, P., Bouazzaoui, B. (2015). Age-Related Differences in the Reliance on Executive Control in Working Memory: Role of Task Demand. PLoS ONE doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0145361.
Bouazzaoui, B., Angel, L., Fay, S., Taconnat, L., Froger, C., Isingrini, M. (2014). Does the greater involvement of executive control in memory with age act as a compensatory mechanism? Canadian Journal of experimental psychology, 59-66.
Froger, C., Bouazzaoui, B., Isingrini, M., Taconnat, L. (2012). The study-time allocation deficit of older adults: the role of the environmental support at encoding. Psychology and Aging. 27, 577-588.