Thierry Olive

Researcher at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
CeRCA/MSHS,

TSA 21103
5, rue Théodore Lefebvre
F – 86073 Poitiers cedex 9

Tel. : 33 (0)5 49 45 46 34

thierry.olive@univ-poitiers.fr

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Research group:

Written production (PREC)

Research interests:

writing activities (composing, note taking…), learning to write and its difficulties, writing processes and the cognitive system, writing and emotions, writing tools (pen and paper vs keyboard and computers)

Keywords:

Writing, note taking, writing process, writing processes, emotions, writing tool

Collaborations:

  • Lucie Broc (Université Cöte d’Azur)
  • Georgeta Cislaru (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle)
  • Julie Dockrell (University College of London, UK)
  • Luuk van Waes & Marielle Leijten (Antwerpen University, Belgique)

Teaching:

M1: Working memory, cognitive psychology (Master SHE), writing (Master SHE).

M2: Writing and working memory

Responsibilities:

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Selected publications:

Olive T., & Barbier, M-L. (2017) Effects of a structured vs. linear source text on students’ note-taking strategies. Written Communication, 17, 224-246.

Cislaru, G., & Olive, T. (2017). Quel niveau de pré-construction ? Segments répétés, jets textuels et autres routines. Corpus, 17.

Favart, M., Potocki, A., Broc, L., Quémart, P. & Olive, T. (2016). Management of cohesion in written narratives in students with Specific Language Impairment: Which changes between childhood and adolescence? Research in Developmental Disabilities, 59, 318-327.

Olive, T. (2014). Toward an Incremental and Cascading Model of Writing: A review of research on writing processes coordination. Journal of Writing Research, 6, 173-194

Sausset, S., Lambert, E., & Olive, T. (2013). Flexibility of orthographic and graphomotor coordination during a handwritten copy task: effect of time pressure. Frontiers in Psychology 4 :866

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