Valérie DORMAL

Valérie DORMAL

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Research domains
  • Topic: Emotional and cognitive (attention and executive functions) processes
  • Populations: Healthy individual; Alcohol-dependence; Binge drinking
  • Tools: Behavioural, electrophysiological (ERPs) and neuroimaging (fMRI) measures; Transcranial Electrical and Magnetic Stimulation

Key publications

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  • Lannoy, S., Dormal, V., Brion, M., Billieux, J., & Maurage, P. (2018). Affective impairments in binge drinking: investigation through emotional facial expression decoding. Comprehensive Psychiatry, in press.
  • Dormal, V., Heeren, A., Pesenti, M., & Maurage, P. (2017). Time perception is not for the faint-hearted? Physiological arousal does not influence duration categorization. Cognitive Processing, in press. [pdf]
  • Lannoy, S., D’Hondt, F., Dormal, V., Billieux, J., & Maurage, P. (2017). Electrophysiological correlates of performance monitoring in binge drinking: impaired error-related but preserved feedback processing. Clinical Neurophysiology, 128, 2110-2121.
  • Lannoy, S., Dormal, V., Brion, M., Billieux, J., & Maurage, P. (2017). Preserved crossmodal integration of emotional signals in binge drinking. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 894.
  • Masson, N., Pesenti, M., & Dormal, V. (2015). Duration and numerical estimation in right brain-damaged patients with and without neglect: Lack of support for a mental time line. British Journal of Psychology. doi: 10.111/bjop.12155
  • Dormal, V., Schuller, A-M., Nihoul, J., Pesenti, M., & Andres, M. (2014). Causal role of spatial attention in arithmetic problem solving: Evidence from left unilateral neglect. Neuropsychologia, 60, 1-9.
  • Dormal, V., Andres, M., & Pesenti, M. (2012). Contribution of the right intraparietal sulcus to numerosity and length processing: an fMRI-guided TMS study. Cortex, 48, 623-629.
  • Dormal, V., Dormal, G., Joassin, F., & Pesenti, M. (2012). A common right fronto-parietal network for numerosity and duration processing: An fMRI study. Human Brain Mapping, 33(6), 1490-1501.