Jérémy Decroix

PhD Student, Action, Vision & Learning Team (AVA)

Under the supervision of Solène Kalénine (PhD)

 

Research Interest

My thesis is about the role of gesture and goal representation during the decoding of others' action. More specifically, I am interested in the timing of gesture and goal activation during action processing, and to what extent those activations are sensitive to contextual information and task demands. My interests go from cognitive functions underlying action understanding to the neural substrates underlying those functions.

Methodologies: behavioral experiment (e.g., priming paradigm); EEG

 

Publications

In preparation

  • Decroix J., Roger, C. & Kalénine S. (submitted). Electrophysiological correlates of grip and goal decoding during the visual processing of others’ object-directed actions.

 

2019

  • Decroix J. & Kalénine S. (2019). What first drives visual attention during the recognition of object-directed action? The role of kinematics and goal information. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 1-10. doi: 10.3758/s13414-019-01784-7

 

2018

  • Decroix J. & Kalénine S. (2018). Timing of grip and goal activation during action perception: A priming study. Experimental Brain Research, 1-16. doi: 10.1007/s00221-018-5309-0

  • Wamain Y., Sahaï A., Decroix J., Coello Y. & Kalénine S. (2018). Conflict between gesture representations reduces µ rhythm desynchronization during manipulable object perception: an EEG study. Biological Psychology, 132, 202-211. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsycho.2017.12.004

2016

  • Kalénine, S., Wamain, Y., Decroix, J., & Coello, Y. (2016). Conflict between object structural and functional affordances in peripersonal space. Cognition, 155, 1-7. doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2016.06.006

 

Communications

2019

  • Decroix, J., Morgado, N. & Kalénine, S. (25-28 September 2019). Individual dispositions predict goal priority during the recognition of others' actions. European Society of Cognitive Psychology, Tenerife, Spain. Talk.
  • Decroix, J., Borgomaneri, S., Kalénine, S. & Avenanti, A. (7-9 March 2019). The inferior parietal cortex integrates kinematics and functional goal information during the recognition of object-directed actions: A TMS-Priming experiment. International Convention of Psychological Science, Paris, France. Poster.

2018

  •  Decroix, J., Roger, C. & Kalénine, S. (2-7 October 2018). An electrophysiological study of grip and goal decoding during action observation. Society for Psychophysiological Research, Quebec City, Canada. Poster.

2017

  • Wamain, Y., Sahaï, A., Decroix, J., Coello, Y. & Kalénine, S. (3-7 September 2017). When visual objects evoke multiple gestures: Impact of conflict between affordances on µ rhythm desynchronization. European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Postdam, Germany. Poster.
  • Wamain, Y., Sahaï, A., Decroix, J., Coello, Y. & Kalénine, S. (27-31 August 2017). Neurophysiological correlates of conflict between gesture representations during object perception. European Congress on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany. Poster.
  • Decroix, J. & Kalénine, S. (27-31 August 2017). Gesture and outcome processing during the recognition of actions among distractors: Evidence from eyetracking. European Congress on Visual Perception, Berlin, Germany. Poster.
  • Decroix, J. & Kalénine, S. (29-30 June 2017). Gesture and outcome activation during the decoding of other’s action: which one is processed first ? Workshop TRACE, Nanterre, France. Talk.
  • Decroix, J. & Kalénine, S. (4-7 May 2017). Timing of gesture and outcome processing during action decoding. CAOs Workshop on Concepts, Actions and Objects: Functional and Neural Perspectives, Rovereto, Italy. Poster.

2016

  • Decroix, J. & Kalénine, S. (12-13 December 2016). Gesture and outcome decoding during action perception: When are the two representational levels activated and interrelated ? International Symposium on Apraxia and Action, Angers, France. Talk & Poster.

  • Decroix, J., Wamain, Y. & Kalénine, S. (1 December 2016). Conflictualité dans l'espace: Influence de l'espace sur l'activation des représentations de geste d'utilisation et de déplacement d'objet. XIe Journée Scientifique des Jeunes Chercheurs en Psychologie, Lille, France. Talk.

2015

  • Sahaï, A., Decroix, J., Wamain, Y., Coello, Y. & Kalénine, S. (2015, September). Space influences evocation of  structural and functional object-related gestures. 6th International Conference on Spatial Cognition: “Space and Situated Cognition”, Rome, Italy. Poster.

Responsability

  • Representative of Phd student and postdoc of the SCA-Lab, 2018.
  • Member of the "conseil des usagers" of  the ED SHS, Université de Lille, SHS, 2018.
  • Co-student representative of the Master Psychologie des Processus NeuroCognitifs et Sciences Affectives (PPNSA), 2015-2016.

Teaching (Psychology)

  • 2018/2019

- Neurocognition et Neuropsychologie du langage et de l'action (M1, 4h)

- Neurosciences Cognitives & Affectives (L3, 5h)

- Psychologie Cognitive (L3, 8h)

- Psychologie Générale (L3, 12h)

- Neurosciences Fondamentales (L2, 22h)

- Méthodologie Disciplinaire (L1, 12h)

  • 2017/2018

- Neuropsychologie (M1, 7h)

- Neurocognition et Neuropsychologie du langage et de l'action (M1, 4h)

- Psychologie Cognitive (L3, 8h)

- Psychologie Générale (L3, 4h)

- Neurosciences Fondamentales (L2, 16h)

- Méthodologie Disciplinaire (L1, 20h)

  • 2016/2017

- Neurocognition et Neuropsychologie du langage et de l'action (M1, 4h)

- Neurosciences Fondamentales (L2, 12h)

- Méthodologie Disciplinaire (L1, 48h)

 

 Grants (financement):

- PhD project funded by ANR-16-CE28-0003 & Conseil Régional Haut de France (2016-2019)

- Grant "Jean Walter Zellidja" (Académie Française; 2018)

- Grant from the DAI of the COMUE of Lille (2018)

- Local Grant for International Mobility from ED SHS University of Lille (2017)

 

Contact

Jérémy Decroix
Laboratoire SCALab UMR CNRS 9193
Université de Lille, SHS
BP 60149
59653 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex
tél. :(+33)(0)3-20-41-69-53

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