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Comparing Comprehension of a Long Text Read in Print Book and on Kindle: Where in the Text and When in the Story?
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Anne Mangen, Gérard Olivier, Jean-Luc Velay
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Frontiers in Psychology, Frontiers, 2019, ⟨10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00038⟩
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2019
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Digital reading devices such as Kindle differ from paper books with respect to the kinesthetic and tactile feedback provided to the reader, but the role of these features in reading is rarely studied empirically. This experiment compares reading of a long text on Kindle DX and in print. Fifty participants (24 years old) read a 28 page (∼1 h reading time) long mystery story on Kindle or in a print pocket book and completed several tests measuring various levels of reading comprehension: engagement, recall, capacities to locate events in the text and reconstructing the plot of the story. Results showed that on most tests subjects performed identically whatever the reading medium. However, on measures related to chronology and temporality, those who had read in the print pocket book, performed better than those who had read on a Kindle. It is concluded that, basically comprehension was similar with both media, but, because kinesthetic feedback is less informative with a Kindle, readers were not as efficient to locate events in the space of the text and hence in the temporality of the story. We suggest that, to get a correct spatial representation of the text and consequently a coherent temporal organization of the story, readers would be reliant on the sensorimotor cues which are afforded by the manipulation of the book.
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Développement d'un modèle de système de climatisation automobile multi-évaporateurs
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Thomas Gillet, Emmanuelle Andrès, Amin El-Bakkali, Gérard Olivier, S. Gendebien, Vincent Lemort, Romuald Rullière, Philippe Haberschill
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13ème Colloque Interuniversitaire franco-québécois sur la thermique des systèmes (CIFQ 2017), May 2017, Saint-Lô, France
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2017
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Modélisation d'un climatiseur automobile multi-évaporateur
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Thomas Gillet, Emmanuelle Andrès, El-Bakkali Amin, Gérard Olivier, Romuald Rullière, Philippe Haberschill
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n°1161, 2017
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2017
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Gestural Dimension of the Perceptuomotor Compatibility Effect in the Speech Domain
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Gérard Olivier, Didier Bottineau
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Swiss Journal of Psychology, Hogrefe, 2015, 74 (2), pp.105-110. ⟨https://www.researchgate.net/publication/263010715_Gestural_Dimension_of_the_Perceptuomotor_Compatibility_Effect_in_the_Speech_Domain⟩. ⟨10.1024/1421-0185/a000153⟩
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2015
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This behavioral study shows for the first time that the auditory perception of vowels influences silent labial responses. During a perceptual decision task, participants were instructed to choose and execute a silent labial response (lip protrusion versus chin lowering) as quickly as possible depending on the vowel they had perceived auditorily. The main result showed that gestural compatibility between the silent labial response and the articulation of the perceived vowel led to better performance (in terms of response times and errors) than an incompatibility between them. By including a somatic compatibility effect in a more dynamic gestural compatibility effect, this new result suggests that the role of motor activity during speech auditory perception lies in mentally simulating an articulation of the perceived phoneme.
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Corrosion characterization of reinforced concrete slabs with different devices
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Isabel Martinez, Camen Andrade, Nuria Rebolledo, Véronique Bouteiller, Elisabeth Marie-Victoire, Gérard Olivier
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Corrosion, National Association of Corrosion Engineers, 2008, 64 (2), pp 107-123
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2008
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There are a few works undertaken to verify the accuracy of corrosion measurements. In general, it is assumed that potentiostats are correctly fabricated and then efforts are made to check the repeatability of certain measurement types as polarization curves, with the same or different operator or to calibrate corrosion rate measurements with gravimetry. This paper makes a more in-depth study about repeatability and reproducibility of the measurements and deals with the comparison of corrosion parameters measured in concrete with various degradation types such as carbonation or chloride attack. Different field and laboratory devices were compared.
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