GRPC

Groupe de recherche en psychologie cognitive

laboratoire de psychologie cognitive, division temps / cognition

Claudette Fortin, Ph.D.

Responsable du GRPC

 

Principaux thèmes de recherche :

Attention, estimation du temps, mémoire à court terme, interférence dans la double tâche.
 

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Membres réguliers /
Claudette Fortin, Ph.D.

Coordonnées:

Téléphone: (418) 656 2131 poste 7253

Courriel: claudette.fortin@psy.ulaval.ca

Bureau: Université Laval, Pavillon Félix-Antoine-Savard, bureau 1518.

Internet: École de psychologie

  • Publications choisies

    Publications avec comité de lecture

    Viau-Quesnel, C., & Fortin, C. (submitted). Task switching and concurrent timing: bivalent switching and preparation.

    Schweickert, R., Fortin, C., Xi, Z., Viau-Quesnel, C., (submitted). Memory Set Search Affects Concurrent Timing,Memory Set Activation Does Not.

    Gaudreault, R. & Fortin, C. (submitted). To count or not to count: The effect of instructions on expecting a break in timing.

    Fortin, C. (sous presse). Time perception. In H. Pashler (Ed.). Encyclopedia of the Mind. Thousand Oaks: Sage Reference.

    Vallet, G., Fortin, C., & Simard, M. (sous presse). Préparation à réagir et vieillissement: synthèse et nouvelles perspectives de recherche dans l’étude des effets préparatoires. L’année Psychologique.

    Vallet, G., Simard, M., Fortin, C., Versace, & Mazza, S. (sous presse). L’altération des connaissances dans la démence sémantique est-elle liée à une altération du traitement perceptif? La théorie sensorielle-fonctionnelle revisitée. Psychologie et Neuropsychiatrie du Vieillissement.

    Rattat, A.-C., & Fortin, C. (2011). Distinguishing encoding from response selection and preparation in time discrimination. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65, 151-162.

    Lapointe-Goupil, R., Fortin, C., Brisson, B., & Tremblay, S. (2011). Concurrency benefits in the attentional blink: Attentional flexibility and shifting of decision criteria. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 73,2, 374-388.

    Viau-Quesnel, C., Chamberland, C., Tremblay, T., & Fortin, C. (2011) Influence of temporal context in two-choice time discrimination. Fechner Day 2011. In Algom, D., Zackay, D., Chajut, E., Shaki, S., Mama, Y., and Shakuf, V. (Eds.) Proceeding of the 27th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, Herzliya, Israel: The International Society for Psychophysics, 491-496.

    Fortin, C, Schweickert, R., Gaudreault, R., & Viau-Quesnel, C. (2010). Effects of memory search and of task switching on concurrent timing: A dissociation. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 36, 580-595.

    Han, H. J., Viau-Quesnel, C., Xi, Z., Schweickert, R., & Fortin, C. (2010). Self-timing in memory and visual search tasks. In Bastianelli, A., & Vidotto, G. (Eds.) Fechner Day 2010. Proceeding of the 26th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, Padua, Italy: The International Society for Psychophysics, 363-368.

    Gaudreault, R., Fortin, C., & Macar, F. (2010). Contrasting effects of interference and of breaks in interval timing. Acta psychologica. 133, 3-16.

    Fortin, C., Fairhurst, S., Malapani, C., Morin, C., Towey, J. & Meck, W. H. (2009). Expectancy in Humans in Multisecond Peak-Interval Timing with Gaps. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 71, 789-802.

    Champagne, J., & Fortin, C. (2008). Attention sharing during timing: modulation by processing demands of an expected stimulus. Perception & Psychophysics.  70, 4, 630-639. 

    Wiederkehr, S., Simard, M., Fortin C., & van Reekum R. (2008).  Validity of the Clinical Diagnostic Criteria for Vascular Dementia : a Critical Review – Part I.  Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 20, 2, 150-161.

    Wiederkehr, S., Simard, M., Fortin C., & van Reekum R. (2008).  Comparability of the Clinical Diagnostic Criteria for Vascular Dementia: a Critical Review – Part II.  Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 20, 2, 162-177.

    Ellefsen-Gauthier, P., Fortin, C., & Lacouture, Y. (2008).  Practice modulates the effect of expecting a gap in timing. In Schneider, B. A., Ben-David, B. M., Parker, S., & Wong, W. (Eds.) Fechner Day 2008. Proceeding of the 24th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Psychophysics, Toronto, Canada: The International Society for Psychophysics.

    Fortin, C., Champagne, J., & Poirier, M. (2007). Temporal order in memory and interval timing: An interference analysis. Acta Psychologica. 126, 18-33.

    Bherer, L., Desjardins, S., & Fortin, C. (2007). Age-related differences in timing with breaks. Psychology and Aging, 22, 398-403.

    Schweickert, R., Fortin, C., and Sung, K. (2007). Parallel visual search and time reproduction: Evidence from selectively influencing processes. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 51, 99-121.

    Fortin, C. & Couture, E. (2002). Short-term memory and time estimation: beyond the 2-second “critical” value. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 56, 120-127.

    Fortin, C. & Tremblay, S. (2006). Interrupting timing in interval production and discrimination: Similarities and differences. Behavioural Processes, 71, 336-343.

    Fortin, C. (2006).Why life speeds up as you get older: How memory shapes our past”. – A book review.   Canadian Journal on Aging, 25, 3, 332-334. 

    Fortin, C., & Tremblay, S. (2006). Interrupting timing in interval production and discrimination: Similarities and differences. Behavioral Processes, 71, 336-343.

    Fortin, C., and Massé, N. (2000). Expecting a break in time estimation: Attentional timesharing without concurrent processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception and Performance, 26, 1788-1796.

    Fortin, C., Bédard, M.C. & Champagne, J. (2005). Timing during interruption in timing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 31, 276-288.

    Fortin, C., Champagne, J., & Poirier, M. (sous presse). Temporal order in memory and interval timing: An interference analysis. Acta Psychologica.

    Fortin, C., Neath, I., &. Chérif, L. (2005). Temps et mémoire.  Psychologie française, 50, 81-98.

    Giguère, J., Fortin, C., & Sabourin, S. (2006). Determinants of marital satisfaction in first and second unions. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 38, 2, 185-197.

    Morin, C., Poirier, M., Fortin, C., & Hulme, C. (2006). Word frequency and the mixed-list paradox in immediate and delayed serial recall. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13, 724-729.

    Neath, I., & Fortin, C. (2005). Is the interference between memory processing and timing specific to the use of verbal material? Memory, 13, 395-402.

    Neath, I., Brown, G. D. A., Poirier, M., & Fortin, C. (2005). Short-term and Working Memory: The Past, Progress, and Prospects. Memory, 13, 225-235.

    Schweickert, R., Fortin, C., and Sung, K. (sous presse). Parallel visual search and time reproduction: Evidence from selectively influencing processes. Journal of Mathematical Psychology.

    Tremblay, S., & Fortin, C. (2003). Break expectancy in duration discrimination. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 29, 823-831.

    Wiederkehr S., Simard M., Fortin C, & van Reekum R. (sous presse).  Validity of the Clinical Diagnostic Criteria for Vascular Dementia : a Critical Review – Part I.  Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences.

    Wiederkehr S., Simard M., Fortin C, & van Reekum R. (sous presse).  Comparability of the Clinical Diagnostic Criteria for Vascular Dementia : a Critical Review – Part II.  Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences.

     

    Articles soumis

    Champagne, J., & Fortin, C. (soumis). Attention sharing during timing: modulation by processing demands of an expected stimulus.

    Lapointe-Goupil*, R., Tremblay S., & Fortin, C. (soumis). The beneficial effects of concurrent mental activity in temporal attention do not extend to target discrimination.

     

    Livres et chapitres de livres

    Fortin, C. (2003). Break expectancy and attentional time-sharing in time estimation. In W. H. Meck (Ed.), Functional and neural mechanisms of interval timing. Florida: CRC Press (pp. 235-259).

     

    Colloques et congrès choisis

    Breton, R., & Fortin, C. Foreperiod in time interval production. CSBBCS (Canadian Society for Brain Behaviour and Cognitive Science) 11th annual meeting, Hamilton, Canada, June 2003

    Champagne, J. & Fortin, C. Manipulation de la localisation d’un son traité ou ignoré pendant la production d’un intervalle de temps. SQRP, 27th annual meeting, Quebec City, March 2005.

    Champagne, J., and Fortin, C.  Varying location of a processed or ignored sound during time interval production.  CSBBCS 15th annual meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada, July 2005.

    Champagne, J., and Fortin, C. Varying duration and location of a tone in time production. Psychonomic Society 46th Ann. Meeting, Toronto, Nov. 2005.

    Champagne, J., Fortin, C., Chérif, L. Memory and Time Production Dual Task: Varying Task Location and Type of Response. Psychonomic Society 44th Ann. Meeting, Vancouver, Nov. 2003.

    Chérif, L., and Fortin, C. Interruption in time production: An analysis of interference between specific processes. Psychonomic Society 46th Ann. Meeting, Toronto, Nov. 2005.

    Chérif, L., Fortin, C., Champagne, J. An Analysis of Interference Between Specific Processes Involved in Timing and Memory Tasks. Psychonomic Society, 44th Ann. Meeting Vancouver, Nov. 2003.

    Couture, M. E., Dutil, C., Genest, M. E., St-Laurent, M., Champagne, J. & Fortin, C. Effet de la durée et de la localisation d’un son à discriminer sur l’estimation subjective d’un intervalle de temps. SQRP, 27th annual meeting, Quebec City, March 2005.

    Desjardins, S., Bherer, L., and Fortin, C.  Aging and attentional time sharing: Expecting a break in time estimation.  CSBBCS 15th annual meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada, July 2005.

    Fortin, C Attention dans l’estimation d’intervalles de temps. Département de psychologie, Université Blaise-Pascal, Clermont-Ferrand, France, March 2005.

    Fortin, C.  Attention dans l’estimation temporelle avec interruption. Laboratoire de Neurobiologie de la Cognition (LNC), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Marseille, France, March 2005.

    Fortin, C. Attention and Memory in Interval Timing. Cognitive Neuroscience meetings, Columbia University Medical Center, January 2003.

    Fortin, C. Cognition in time estimation.  Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Duke University, April 2002.

    Fortin, C. Interrupting and resuming timing after a break.  Department of Psychological Sciences, Weekly Colloquium-Quantitative Section, Purdue University, October 2000

    Fortin, C. Le rôle de la mémoire et de l’attention dans l’estimation du temps.  Unité de Neurosciences Cognitives et Imagerie Cérébrale, Hôpital de la Salpêtrière, Paris, France, October 2001

    Fortin, C. Memory and Attention in time estimation.  Department of Psychological Sciences, Colloquium-Learning and Memory/Cognitive, Purdue University, October 2000

    Fortin, C. The PI/GAP procedure.  Columbia University Medical Center, Columbia University, January 2005.

    Fortin, C., & Neath, I. Interaction between timing and processing in STM: A comparison between verbal and spatial information. CSBBCS 15th annual meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada, July 2005

    Fortin, C., Fairhurst, S., Malapani, C., Morin, C., & Meck, W. H. Attentional time-sharing during timing in the PI/GAP task. International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China, Aug. 2004.

    Gaudreault, R., and Fortin, C.  Is the gap location effect dependent on the time interval to be produced? CSBBCS 15th annual meeting, Montreal, QC, Canada, July 2005.

    Lacouture, Y. & Fortin, C. (2007, juin). Interruptions in timing: using the ex-Gaussian function to characterize the effect of break location. Poster at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society fo Brain Behavioral and Cognitive Science, Victoria, Canada.

    Lapointe-Goupil, R., Bluteau, J., Fortin, C., and Tremblay, S. Dual-tasking: Effects of interference, facilitation, and shift in decision criteria.  Twelfth Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Association of Interdisciplinary Learning. Hood River, Oregon, August 2006.

    Lapointe-Goupil, R., Fortin, C., and Tremblay, S.  Timing while detecting targets in rapid serial visual presentation: Overestimation and concurrence benefit. CSBBCS 15th annual meeting, Montreal, Canada, July 2005.

    Morin, C., Fortin, C., Poirier, M., and Rousseau, R. The Word Frequency Effect and the Mixed Lists Paradox: Importance of the Structure of the List. Psychonomic Society 44th Ann. Meeting, Vancouver, Nov. 2003.

    Morin, C., Poirier, M., Fortin, C., and Hulme, C. Encoding strategies and the mixed-list paradox in serial recall. Psychonomic Society 46th Ann. Meeting, Toronto, Nov. 2005.

    Schweickert, R., Fortin, C., and Sung, K. Concurrent Time Reproduction and Visual Search. Department of Psychological Sciences, Colloquium-Learning and Memory/Cognitive, Purdue University, April 2003

    Schweickert, R., Fortin, C., and Sung, K. Parallel Time Reproduction and Visual Search Revealed by Selective Influence. Psychonomic Society 44th Ann. Meeting, Vancouver, Nov. 2003.

    Schweickert, R., Fortin, C., and Sung, K. Testing Concurrent Time Reproduction and Visual Search with Cumulative Distribution Functions. Mathematical Society Meeting, Ogden, Utah, July 2003.