PRÉSENTATIONS RÉCENTES :

Félicitation à Stephanie et Melissa pour leur présentation d'affiches au BBCS 2006 à Saskatoon! Cliquez sur le lien ci-dessous pour voir leurs affiches.

Dual Task Performance during Driving Simulations in Older and Younger Drivers Stephanie Yamin, Alexandre Belanger, Andrée-Ann Cyr, Sylvain Gagnon, Ph.D Department of Psychology, University of Ottawa Shawn Marshall, Malcom Hing CanDRIVE, Elizabeth Bruyère Research Institute

An Examination of Memory for Complex Events and the Role of Binding Melissa Brasgold, M.A., Sylvain Gagnon, Ph.D., Glenn Thompson, M.A. School of Psychology, University of Ottawa

Andrée-Ann a récemment représenté le laboratoire à la Conférence de l'Association canadienne de Psychologie à Calgary, 2006.

Simulated High Risk Roadway Scenarios: An examination of older driver's reactions Andrée-Ann Cyr, Alexandre Bélanger, Ridhima Sharma, Stephanie Yamin, Veronic Quann, Sylvain Gagnon Ph.D Department of Psychology, University of Ottawa

Dr Gagnon, Alexandre et Andrée-Ann se sont rendu à St. Pertersburg en Floride, pour la International Conference of independence, Disability and Aging, 2006.

Assessment Of Older Drivers In Simulated High Crash Risk Scenarios Andrée-Ann Cyr, Alexandre Bélanger, Ridhima Sharma, Sylvain Gagnon, Ph.D Department of Psychology, University of Ottawa, Shawn Marshall, Malcolm Hing CanDRIVE, Elizabeth Bruyère Research Institute

PUBLICATIONS REPRÉSENTATIVES :

Gagnon, S., Villemure, R., & Montembeault, P. (soumis). Analyse du portrait cognitif des personnes âgeés au volant. Revue Québécoise de Psychologie.

Lajoie C.,Trudeau F., Lavoie N., Massicotte G., Gagnon, S., Calderone A., & Béliveau L. (soumis). Regulation of PKB, ILK and GSK-3 with a rapid and more progressive onset of hyperglycemia in Zucker diabetic fatty rat heart.

Bédard, M-J., Gagnon, S., & Turcotte, J. (2005). The effect of old age on supra-span learning of spatial sequences under incidental or intentional encoding instructions.

Turcotte, Gagnon, S., & Poirier, M. (2005). The effect of old age on learning of supra-span sequences. Psychology and Aging.

Godbout, L., Grenier, M-C., Braun, C.M.J., & Gagnon, S. (2005). Cognitive structure of executive deficits in frontally lesioned patients performing activities of daily living. Brain Injury

Godbout, L, Fiola, M., Braun, C.M.J., & Gagnon, S. (sous presse). Cognitive structure and real life implementation of scripts in older adults. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics.

Lajoie C.,Trudeau F., Lavoie N., Massicotte G., Gagnon, S., Calderone A., & Béliveau L. (sous presse). Exercise training attenuated the PKB and GSK-3 dephosphorylation in the myocardium of ZDF rats. Journal of Applied Physiology.

Pouliot, S., & Gagnon, S. (2005). Is Egocentric Space Automatically Encoded? Acta Psychologica, 118, 193-210.

Belanger, Alexandre; Lavoie, Nathalie; Trudeau, Francois; Massicotte, Guy; Gagnon, Sylvain. (2004) Preserved LTP and water maze learning in hyperglycaemic-hyperinsulinemic ZDF rats. Physiology & Behavior, 83, 483-494.

Godbout, L., Cloutier, P., Bouchard, C., Braun, C.M.J., & Gagnon, S. (2004). Script generation following frontal and parietal lesions. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 26, 857-873.

Lemay, M., Gagnon, S., & Proteau, L. (2004). Manual pointing to remembered targets but also in a remembered visual context. Acta Psychologica, 117, 139-153.

Gagnon, S., Foster, J.K., Turcotte, J., & Jongenelis, S. (2004). Involvement of the hippocampus in implicit learning of supra-span sequences: The case of SJ. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 21, 867-882.

Trudeau, F., Gagnon, S., & Massicotte, G. (2004). Hippocampal synaptic plasticity and glutamate receptor regulation: Influences of diabetes mellitus. European Journal of Pharmacology, 490, 177-186.

Valastro, B., Cossette, J., Lavoie, N., Gagnon, S., Trudeau, F., & Massicotte, G. (2002). Up-regulation of glutamate receptors is associated with LTP defects in the early stages of diabetes mellitus. Diabetologia, 45, 642-650.

Fiset, S., Gagnon, S., & Beaulieu, C. (2000). Egocentric and allocentric encoding of disappearing objects in dogs (Canis Familiaris). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 114, 315-324.

Winocur, G., & Gagnon, S. (1998). Glucose treatment attenuates spatial learning and memory deficits of aged rats on tests of hippocampal function. Neurobiology of Aging, 19, 233-242.