Laboratory for the Psychology
of Child Development
Émilie Salvia (PhD)
Émilie Salvia is an Associate Professor in developmental cognitive neuroscience at Paris Descartes University. Her PhD, obtained in 2012 at Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University, tested the influence of emotion on decision-making processes. Then, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology (Glasgow University) on the cerebral bases underlying the ability of humans’ listeners to perceive emotions in voice. From 2014 to 2016, she moved as a postdoctoral fellow at the Cognitive Neuroscience lab (Aix-Marseille University) and worked on the influence of social perception (i.e. faces) on action control (i.e. inhibition) and its evolution during the development. Her work is now conducted in the field of cognitive neuroscience of education (ii) to better understand the neurodevelopmental bases of cognitive control (particularly inhibitory control) in school age children and adolescents; (ii) to study the degree of specificity of inhibitory control during the development and (iii) to test the role of emotions on decision-making and academic learning, especially to study the role of anticipation of regret on the ability to detect and solve a cognitive conflict during the development.
Camarda, A., Salvia, E., Vidal, J., Poirel, N., Weil, B., Houdé, O., Borst, G., & Cassotti, M. (2018). Neural basis of functional fixedness during creative idea generation: an EEG study. Neuropsychologia (in press).
Salvia, E., Suess, M., Tivadar, R., Harkness, S., & Grosbras, M.H. (2016). Mirror Neurons System Engagement in Late Adolescents and Adults While Viewing Emotional Gestures. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:1099.
Cignetti, F., Salvia, E., Anton, J.L., Grosbras, M.H., & Assaiante, C. (2016). Pros and Cons of Using the Informed Basis Set to Account for Hemodynamic Response Variability with Developmental Data. Brain Imaging Methods,10:322.
Salvia, E., Champely, S., Petit, C., Chomette, R., & Collet, C. (2016). Effects of Age and Task Load on Drivers’ Response Accuracy and Reaction Time When Responding to Traffic Lights. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 8:169.
Grosbras M-H., Salvia E. & Nazarian B. (2016). Eye movements towards or away from faces elicit different fMRI activity in the insula. F1000Research, 5 :1255.
Salvia, E., Delpuech, C., Daligault, S., Martin, R., & Collet, C. (2015). Mental strain while driving on a driving-simulator : potential effect on central and autonomic responses. International Journal of Ergonomics, 5, 26-43.
Salvia, E., Bestelmeyer, P., Kotz, S.A., Rousselet, G., Pernet, C., Gross, J., & Belin, P. (2014). Single-subject analyses of magnetoencephalographic evoked responses to the acoustic properties of affective non-verbal vocalizations. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 8 :422.
Collet, C., Salvia, E., & Petit, C., (2014). Measuring workload with electrodermal activity during common braking actions. Ergonomics, 57, 886-896.
Salvia, E., Guillot, A., & Collet, C. (2013). The effect of mental arithmetic strain on behavioral and physiological responses. Journal of Psychophysiology, 27, 173-184.
Salvia, E., Delpuech, C., Daligault, S., Guillot, A., Martin, R., & Collet, C. (2012). Impact of stressful conditions on central and autonomic nervous system responses while driving on a driving simulator. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 5, 403.
Salvia, E., Guillot, A., & Collet, C. (2012). Autonomic nervous system correlates to readiness state and negative outcome during visual discrimination tasks. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 84, 211-218.