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Playing 'Guess who?': When an Episodic Specificity Induction increases trace distinctiveness and reduces memory errors during event reconstruction

The constructive nature of memory implies a possible confusion between details of similar events. Memory interventions should thus target the reduction of memory errors. We postulate that a brief intervention called Episodic Specificity Induction …

Experience of general practice residents caring for dependent elderly during the first COVID-19 lockdown – A qualitative study

**Background**: Understanding the experiences of general practice (GP) residents caring for dependent elderly people during the first lockdown as part of the countries COVID-19 pandemic strategy. The aim was to explore themes that could explain the …

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for the discontinuation of long-term benzodiazepine use in insomnia and anxiety disorders

Benzodiazepines have proven to be highly effective for treating insomnia and anxiety. Although considered safe when taken for a short period of time, a major risk–benefit dilemma arises in the context of long-term use, relating to addiction, …

Benefits from one session of deep and slow breathing on vagal tone and anxiety in young and older adults

Anxiety is recognized as a major health issue is quite prevalent among older adults. An efficient way to manage anxiety is abdominal breathing. Breathing exercises seem to reduce anxiety and to increase parasympathetic activity assessed by HRV …

Ageism among psychology students: A comparative analysis between Belgium and Quebec (Canada)

This study aimed to examine ageist attitudes in psychology students who may become the healthcare professionals. We also compared cultural differences between attitudes in Belgium and Quebec. We hypothesized that psychology students would have more …

Low-resolution neurocognitive aging and cognition: An embodied perspective

Consistent with embodied cognition, a growing evidence in young adults show thatsensorimotor processing is at the core of cognition. Considering that this approachpredicts direct interaction between sensorimotor processing and …

Sedentary lifestyle matters as past sedentariness, but not current sedentariness, predicts cognitive inhibition per-formance among college students: An exploratory study

**Background:** Currently, sedentariness is assessed over a short period of time, thus it isdifficult to study its cognitive implications. To investigate the cognitive consequences of a sedentarylifestyle, the past level (i.e., the sedentary time …

« Mettre du cœur/corps à l’ouvrage » : une approche psycho-physiologique de la cognition incarnée

La cognition est ancrée dans le corps selon l’approche incarnée de la cognition. L’étude du corps dans les travaux s’inscrivant dans cette approche s’est toutefois généralement limitée à le considérer comme un objet moteur (e.g. effet du geste ou de …

Les sens de la mémoire

L’approche incarnée et située prédit des interactions directes entre les traitements sensorimoteurs et cognitifs. Cet article présente les arguments en faveur de telles interactions en se concentrant sur le fonctionnement sensoriel et mnésique chez …

Protocol of the Study on Emergency Health Care Workers’ Responses Evaluated by Karasek Questionnaire: The SEEK-Study Protocol

Background: Stress is a significant public health concern that can be self-evaluated using the job control demands model from Karasek. Emergency health care workers are particularly exposed to stress because of the intrinsic characteristics …