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Sous presse

Mathieu, R., Epinat-Duclos, J., Léone, J., Fayol, M., Thevenot, C., & Prado, J. (sous presse). Hippocampal spatial mechanisms relate to the development of arithmetic symbol processing in children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. (PDF)

Schwartz, F., Epinat-Duclos, J., Léone, J., & Prado, J. (sous presse). The neural development of conditional reasoning in children: Different mechanisms for assessing the logical validity and likelihood of conclusions. Neuroimage. (PDF)

Mathieu, R., Epinat-Duclos, J., Sigovan, M., Breton, A., Cheylus, A., Fayol, M., Thevenot, C., & Prado, J. (sous presse). What’s behind a ‘+’ sign? Perceiving an arithmetic operator recruits brain circuits for spatial orienting. Cerebral Cortex. (PDF)

Monfardini, E., Reynaud, A. J., Prado, J., & Meunier, M. (sous presse). Social modulation of cognition: Lessons from rhesus macaques relevant to education. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews. (PDF)

 

2016

Demir, O.E., Prado, J., & Booth, J.R. (2016). Neural correlates of math gains vary depending on parental socioeconomic status (SES). Frontiers in Psychology. 7:892. (PDF)

Gardes, M.L. & Prado, J. (2016). Entre neurosciences et éducation : les chainons manquants. Cahiers pédagogiques. 527, 35-38. (PDF)

Mathieu, R., Gourjon, A., Couderc, A., Thevenot, C. & Prado, J. (2016). Running the Number Line: Rapid Shifts of Attention in Single-Digit Arithmetic. Cognition. 146, 229-239. (PDF)

 

2015

Demir, O.E., Prado, J., & Booth, J.R. (2015). Parental Socioeconomic Status and the Neural Basis of Arithmetic: Differential Relations to Verbal and Visuo-spatial Representations. Developmental Science. 18, 799-814. (PDF)

Prado, J., Spotorno, N., Koun, E., Hewitt, E., Van Der Henst, J.B., Sperber, D., & Noveck, I.A. (2015). Neural interaction between logical reasoning and pragmatic processing in narrative discourse. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27, 692-704. (PDF)

Mathieu, R., Booth, J.R., & Prado, J. (2015). Distributed neural representations of logical arguments in school-age children. Human Brain Mapping. 36, 996-1009. (PDF)

 

2014

Demir, O.E., Prado, J., & Booth, J.R. (2014). The Differential Role of Verbal and Spatial Working Memory in the Neural Basis of Arithmetic. Developmental Psychology. 39, 440-458. (PDF)

Berteletti, I. Prado, J., & Booth, J.R. (2014). Children with mathematical learning disability fail in recruiting verbal and numerical brain regions when solving simple multiplication problems. Cortex. 57, 143-155. (PDF)

Prado, J., Mutreja, R., & Booth, J.R. (2014). Developmental dissociation in the neural responses to simple multiplication and subtraction problems. Developmental Science. 17(4), 537-552. (PDF)

 

2013

Prado, J., Lu, J. Liu, L., Dong, Q., Zhou, X. & Booth, J.R. (2013). The neural bases of the multiplication problem-size effect across countries. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 7:189. (PDF)

Prado, J., Mutreja, R. & Booth, J.R. (2013). Fractionating the neural substrates of transitive reasoning: Task-dependent contributions of spatial and verbal representations. Cerebral Cortex. 23(3), 499-507. (PDF)

Gardes, M.-L. (2013). Etude de processus de recherche de chercheurs, élèves et étudiants, engagés dans la recherche d'un problème non résolu en théorie des nombres. Thèse de l'Université de Lyon 1.

 

 

2012

Spotorno, N., Koun, E., Prado, J., Van Der Henst, J.B., Noveck, I.A. (2012). Neural evidence that utterance-processing entails mentalizing: The case of irony. Neuroimage. 63(1), 25-39. (PDF)

Weissman, D. H. & Prado, J., (2012). Heightened activity in a key region of the ventral attention network is linked to reduced activity in a key region of the dorsal attention network during unexpected shifts of covert visual spatial attention. Neuroimage. 61(4), 798-804. (PDF)

Gardes, M.-L. (2012). La position du chercheur en didactique dans une résolution de problème ouvert par des élèves et par un mathématicien. In Luc Trouche, Hamid Chaachoua, Magali Hersant, Yves Matheron et Giorgos Psycharis (dir.). Faire ensemble des mathématiques : une approche dynamique de la qualité des ressources pour l’enseignement, Actes des journées mathématiques de l’IFÉ, juin 2011, ENS Lyon. (PDF)

Gardes, M.-L. (2012). Démarche d’investigation en théorie des nombres·: un exemple avec la conjecture d’Erdös-Straus. In Dorier J.-L., Coutat S. (Eds.) Enseignement des mathématiques et contrat social·: enjeux et défis pour le 21è siècle – Actes du colloque EMF2012. GT10, 1342-1353. (PDF)

Gardes, M.-L. (2012). Intérêts et limites des méthodes algébriques dans un problème de recherche en théorie des nombres. Actes du 36ème séminaire SFIDA. Nice 2011. (PDF)

 

 

 

2011

Prado, J., Mutreja, R., Zhang, H., Mehta, R., Desroches, A.S., Minas, J.E. & Booth, J.R. (2011). Distinct representations of subtraction and multiplication in the neural systems for numerosity and language. Human Brain Mapping, 32(11), 1932-1947. (PDF)

Prado, J., Chadha, A. & Booth, J.R. (2011). The brain network for deductive reasoning: A quantitative meta-analysis of 28 neuroimaging studies. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(11), 3483-3497. (PDF)

Prado, J. & Weissman, D.H. (2011). Heightened interactions between a key default-mode region and a key task-positive region are linked to suboptimal performance but to enhanced future performance. Neuroimage, 56(4), 2276-2282 (PDF)

Prado, J. & Weissman, D.H. (2011). Spatial attention influences trial-by-trial relationships between response time and functional connectivity in the visual cortex. Neuroimage, 54(1), 465-473. (PDF)

Prado, J., Carp, J. & Weissman, D.H. (2011). Variations of response time in a selective attention task are linked to variations of functional connectivity in the attentional network. Neuroimage, 54(1), 541-549. (PDF)

 

2010

Prado, J., Noveck, I.A., & Van Der Henst, J.B.(2010). Overlapping and distinct neural representations of numbers and verbal transitive series. Cerebral Cortex, 20(3), 720-729. (PDF)

Prado, J., Van Der Henst, J.B. & Noveck, I.A. (2010). Recomposing a fragmented literature: How conditional and relational arguments engage different neural systems for deductive reasoning. Neuroimage, 51(3), 1213-1221. (PDF)

Gardes, M.-L. (2010). Démarche d'investigation en arithmétique, entre essais et conjectures : Un exemple en classe de terminale scientifique, Petit x, 83, 51-79. (PDF)

 

 

2008

Prado, J., Kaliuzhna, M., Cheylus, A., & Noveck, I.A. (2008). Overcoming perceptual features in logical reasoning: An event-related potentials study. Neuropsychologia, 46(11), 2629-2637. (PDF)

Prado, J., Van Der Henst, J.B., & Noveck, I.A. (2008). Spatial associations in relational reasoning: Evidence for a SNARC-like effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 61(8), 1143-1150. (PDF)

 

2007

Noveck, I.A. & Prado, J. (2007). Intelligence and reasoning are not one and the same. Behavioral and Brain Sciences (Commentary on Jung & Haier), 30(2), 163-164. (PDF)

Prado, J. & Noveck, I.A. (2007). Overcoming perceptual features in logical reasoning: A parametric fMRI study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19(4), 642-657. (PDF)

Clavagnier, S., Prado, J. & Perenin, M.T. (2007). How humans reach: Distinct cortical systems for central and peripheral vision. Neuroscientist, 13(1), 22-7. (PDF)

 

2006

Prado, J. & Noveck, I.A. (2006). How reaction times measures elucidate the matching bias and the way negations are processed. Thinking and Reasoning, 12(3), 309-28. (PDF)

 

2005

Prado, J., Clavagnier, S., Otzenberger, H., Scheiber, C., Kennedy, H., & Perenin, M.T. (2005). Two cortical systems for reaching in central and peripheral vision. Neuron, 48(5), 849-58. (PDF)*

*commentary by J.C. Culham (2005). Look before you reach ! Neuron, 48(5), 713-14. (PDF)

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