Séverine Fay

Assistant Professor at the University of Tours

Université François-Rabelais
3 rue des Tanneurs
B.P. 4103
37041 Tours Cedex 1
France

Tel : 02 47 36 81 53

Courriel: fay@univ-tours.fr

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Research group:

Aging and Memory (VIME)

Research interests:

Memory and normal aging: encoding and retrieval processes in episodic memory, relationship between memory strategies and executive control, factors contributing to cognitive and brain reserve, cognitive training, compensation, cognitive and cerebral reorganization.

Methods : behavioral and electrophysiological (Event-related potentials, ERPs)

Keywords:

Episodic memory, consciousness, aging, memory strategies, executive control, event-related potentials, cognitive and brain reserve

Teaching:

Cognitive Psychology, experimental psychology, neuropsychology, psychogerontology, statistics

PhD supervision:

– Timéa Kutasi (2017- ; with Laurence Taconnat and Badiâa Bouazzaoui)

– Hajer Kachouri (2017- ; with Michel Isingrini and Lucie Angel)

– Lucile burger (2012-2016 with Laurence Taconnat and Pierrich Plusquellec, Montréal University)

Main responsibilities:

– Next responsible of the VIME team (January 2018)

– Responsible of the second year of Licence in Psychology (Tours University)

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Selected publications:

Angel, A., Fay, S., Bouazzaoui, B. & Taconnat, L. (in press). What can ERPs tell us about the generation effect ? Neurosciences Letters.

Burger, L.*, Taconnat, L., Angel, L., Plusquellec, P. & Fay, S. (sous presse). La pratique répétée du Trail Making Test réduit les différences liées à l’âge sur la performance à ce test. Psychologie Française.

Gombart, S.*, Fay, S., Bouazzaoui, B. & Isingrini, M. (2016). Age Differences in Reliance on Executive Control in Fluid Reasoning. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 123(3), 569-588. DOI: 10.1177/0031512516664922

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, 10(12), e0145361. 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 compensation mechanism? Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue Canadienne de Psychologie Expérimentale, 68, 59-66.

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