Serban C. Musca
Serban C. Musca
Université Rennes 2, Rennes, France
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Data with hierarchical structure: impact of intraclass correlation and sample size on type-I error
SC Musca, R Kamiejski, A Nugier, A Méot, A Er-Rafiy, M Brauer
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 74, 2011
Fractionating the multi-character processing deficit in developmental dyslexia: Evidence from two case studies
M Dubois, S Kyllingsbæk, C Prado, SC Musca, E Peiffer, ...
Cortex 46 (6), 717-738, 2010
Self-refreshing memory in artificial neural networks: Learning temporal sequences without catastrophic forgetting
B Ans, S Rousset, RM French, S Musca
Connection Science 16 (2), 71-99, 2004
Preventing catastrophic interference in multiple-sequence learning using coupled reverberating Elman networks
B Ans, S Rousset, RM French, S Musca
Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science …, 2019
The combined effect of subthalamic nuclei deep brain stimulation and L-dopa increases emotion recognition in Parkinson’s disease
L Mondillon, M Mermillod, SC Musca, I Rieu, T Vidal, P Chambres, ...
Neuropsychologia 50 (12), 2869-2879, 2012
From the eye to the heart eye contact triggers emotion simulation
M Rychlowska, L Zinner, SC Musca, PM Niedenthal
Proceedings of the 4th workshop on eye gaze in intelligent human machine …, 2012
The role of cue information in the outcome-density effect: Evidence from neural network simulations and a causal learning experiment
SC Musca, MA Vadillo, F Blanco, H Matute
Connection Science 22 (2), 177-192, 2010
Contrasting cue-density effects in causal and prediction judgments
MA Vadillo, SC Musca, F Blanco, H Matute
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 18 (1), 110-115, 2011
Effective reduction of prejudice and discrimination: Methodological considerations and three field experiments
International review of social psychology 23 (2-3), 57-95, 2010
Either greedy or well informed: The reward maximization–unbiased evaluation trade-off
H Matute, MA Vadillo, F Blanco, SC Musca
Proceedings of the European Cognitive Science Conference, 341-346, 2007
Power of the desired self: Influence of induced perceptions of the self on reasoning
M Augustinova, J Collange, RB Sanitioso, SC Musca
Cognition 121 (3), 299-312, 2011
Artificial neural networks whispering to the brain: nonlinear system attractors induce familiarity with never seen items
SC Musca, S Rousset, B Ans
Connection Science 21 (4), 359-377, 2009
Associative and connectionist accounts of biased contingency detection in humans
SC Musca, MA Vadillo, F Blanco, H Matute
From associations to rules: Connectionist models of behavior and cognition …, 2008
Creating false memories in humans with an artificial neural network: Implications for theories of memory consolidation
B Ans, SC Musca, S Rousset
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 27 (27), 2005
Differential retroactive interference in humans following exposure to structured or unstructured learning material: a single distributed neural network account
SC Musca, S Rousset, B Ans
Connection Science 16 (2), 101-118, 2004
Word frequency effects found in free recall are rather due to Bayesian surprise
SC Musca, A Chemero
Frontiers in Psychology, 4728, 2022
A Simple Bayesian Method for Evaluating Whether Data From Patients With Rheumatic Diseases Who Have Been Under Chronic Hydroxychloroquine Medication Since Before the COVID-19 …
SC Musca
Frontiers in medicine 7, 490, 2020
Evidencing Implicit Sequence Learning through the Process Dissociation Procedure: A Case against Previous Conclusions
T Atzeni
Proceedings of the European Cognitive Science Conference 2007, 2017
Does word frequency explain free recall?
S Musca, A Chemero
Fifteenth Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference (ASIC 2016), 2016
Factors of picture naming accuracy in healthy elderly people: a model comparison approach
S Musca, L Ferrand
Twelfth Annual Summer Interdisciplinary Conference (ASIC 2013), 2013
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