Frédéric Vallée-Tourangeau
Frédéric Vallée-Tourangeau
Professor of Psychology, Kingston University
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Selective associations and causality judgments: Presence of a strong causal factor may reduce judgments of a weaker one.
AG Baker, P Mercier, F Vallee-Tourangeau, R Frank, M Pan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 19 (2), 414, 1993
Cognition beyond the brain
SJ Cowley, F Vallée-Tourangeau, F Vallée-Tourangeau
Springer International Publishing, 2017
Associative and normative models of causal induction: Reacting to versus understanding cause.
AG Baker, RA Murphy, F Vallee-Tourangeau
Academic Press, 1996
Judgements of a 2× 2 contingency table: Sequential processing and the learning curve
AG Baker, MW Berbrier, F Vallee-Tourangeau
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 41 (1b), 65-97, 1989
Strategies for generating multiple instances of common and ad hoc categories
F Vallee-Tourangeau, S Anthony, N Austin
Memory 6 (5), 555-592, 1998
Cognitive events in a problem-solving task: a qualitative method for investigating interactivity in the 17 Animals problem
SV Steffensen, F Vallée-Tourangeau, G Vallée-Tourangeau
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 28 (1), 79-105, 2016
Judging the importance of constant and variable candidate causes: A test of the power PC theory
F Vallee-Tourangeau, RA Murphy, S Drew
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section A 51 (1), 65-84, 1998
Insight with hands and things
F Vallée-Tourangeau, SV Steffensen, G Vallée-Tourangeau, M Sirota
Acta psychologica 170, 195-205, 2016
Interactive insight problem solving
A Weller, G Villejoubert, F Vallée-Tourangeau
Thinking & Reasoning 17 (4), 424-439, 2011
Einstellung defused: Interactivity and mental set
F Vallée-Tourangeau, G Euden, V Hearn
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (10), 1889-1895, 2011
Making the illusory correlation effect appear and then disappear: The effects of increased learning
RA Murphy, S Schmeer, F Vallee-Tourangeau, E Mondragon, D Hilton
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (1), 24-40, 2011
Insight out: Making creativity visible
F Vallée‐Tourangeau, PL March
The Journal of Creative Behavior 54 (4), 824-842, 2020
Contiguity and the outcome density bias in action–outcome contingency judgements
F Vallée-Tourangeau, RA Murphy, AG Baker
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 58 (2b), 177-192, 2005
Interactivity fosters Bayesian reasoning without instruction.
G Vallée-Tourangeau, M Abadie, F Vallée-Tourangeau
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (3), 581, 2015
Omega-3 fatty acids are inversely related to callous and unemotional traits in adolescent boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
RV Gow, F Vallee-Tourangeau, MA Crawford, E Taylor, K Ghebremeskel, ...
Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids 88 (6), 411-418, 2013
Interactivity, efficiency, and individual differences in mental arithmetic
F Valleé-Tourangeau
Experimental psychology, 2013
Inducing a rule in Wason's 2–4–6 task: A test of the information-quantity and goal-complementarity hypotheses
F Vallée-Tourangeau, NG Austin, S Rankin
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 48 (4), 895-914, 1995
Interactivity mitigates the impact of working memory depletion on mental arithmetic performance
F Vallée-Tourangeau, M Sirota, G Vallée-Tourangeau
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 1, 1-8, 2016
Contingency learning and causal reasoning
AG Baker, RA Murphy, F Vallée-Tourangeau, R Mehta
Handbook of contemporary learning theories, 255-306, 2000
Interactivity defuses the impact of mathematics anxiety in primary school children
M Allen, F Vallée-Tourangeau
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education 14, 1553-1566, 2016
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