Francois Quesque
Francois Quesque
PhD, Psychologist
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What do theory-of-mind tasks actually measure? Theory and practice
F Quesque, Y Rossetti
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (2), 384-396, 2020
Wearing a face mask against Covid-19 results in a reduction of social distancing
A Cartaud, F Quesque, Y Coello
Plos one 15 (12), e0243023, 2020
The role of the temporoparietal junction in self-other distinction
F Quesque, M Brass
Brain topography 32 (6), 943-955, 2019
Effects of social intention on movement kinematics in cooperative actions
F Quesque, D Lewkowicz, YN Delevoye-Turrell, Y Coello
Frontiers in neurorobotics 7, 14, 2013
Keeping you at arm’s length: modifying peripersonal space influences interpersonal distance
F Quesque, G Ruggiero, S Mouta, J Santos, T Iachini, Y Coello
Psychological Research 81 (4), 709-720, 2017
Facilitation effect of observed motor deviants in a cooperative motor task: Evidence for direct perception of social intention in action
F Quesque, Y Delevoye-Turrell, Y Coello
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (8), 1451-1463, 2016
For your eyes only: effect of confederate’s eye level on reach-to-grasp action
F Quesque, Y Coello
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1407, 2014
Perceiving what you intend to do from what you do: evidence for embodiment in social interactions
F Quesque, Y Coello
Socioaffective neuroscience & psychology 5 (1), 28602, 2015
Taking the point of view of the blind: spontaneous level-2 perspective-taking in irrelevant conditions
F Quesque, E Chabanat, Y Rossetti
Journal of experimental social psychology 79, 356-364, 2018
Idiosyncratic representation of peripersonal space depends on the success of one's own motor actions, but also the successful actions of others!
Y Coello, F Quesque, MF Gigliotti, L Ott, JL Bruyelle
PLoS One 13 (5), e0196874, 2018
Individual differences in reading social intentions from motor deviants
D Lewkowicz, F Quesque, Y Coello, YN Delevoye-Turrell
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1175, 2015
Cooperative and competitive contexts do not modify the effect of social intention on motor action
F Quesque, A Mignon, Y Coello
Consciousness and Cognition 56, 91-99, 2017
Culture shapes our understanding of others’ thoughts and emotions: An investigation across 12 countries
F Quesque, A Coutrot, LC de Souza, S Baez, CJ Felipe, A Neely-Prado, ...
Pupils say more than a thousand words: Pupil size reflects how observed actions are interpreted
F Quesque, F Behrens, ME Kret
Cognition 190, 93-98, 2019
Take a seat and get into its shoes! when humans spontaneously represent visual scenes from the point of view of inanimate objects
F Quesque, A Foncelle, É Chabanat, S Jacquin-Courtois, Y Rossetti
Perception 49 (12), 1333-1347, 2020
Beware of virus! Wearing a face mask against COVID-19 results in a reduction of social distancing
A Cartaud, F Quesque, Y Coello
PsyArXiv, 2020
Validation de la mini-SEA dans une population française variée: données de référence pour la pratique clinique
F Quesque, S Michalon, F Blanc, M Bertoux
Revue de neuropsychologie 12 (4), 367-375, 2020
Social cognition in neuropsychology: A nationwide survey revealing current representations and practices
F Quesque, M Nivet, A Etchepare, G Wauquiez, A Prouteau, ...
Applied Neuropsychology: Adult, 1-14, 2022
Sympathy for the underdog: people are inclined to adopt the emotional perspective of powerless (versus powerful) others
F Quesque, A Foncelle, E Barat, E Chabanat, Y Rossetti, ...
Cognition and Emotion 35 (5), 902-917, 2021
Does nonviolent communication education improve empathy in French medical students?
J Epinat-Duclos, A Foncelle, F Quesque, E Chabanat, A Duguet, ...
International Journal of Medical Education 12, 205, 2021
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