Brice Beffara Bret
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Resting high frequency heart rate variability selectively predicts cooperative behavior
B Beffara, AG Bret, N Vermeulen, M Mermillod
Physiology & Behavior 164, 417-428, 2016
Enhanced embodied response following ambiguous emotional processing
B Beffara, M Ouellet, N Vermeulen, A Basu, T Morisseau, M Mermillod
Cognitive processing 13 (1), 103-106, 2012
Reduction of interference effect by low spatial frequency information priming in an emotional Stroop task
B Beffara, B Wicker, N Vermeulen, M Ouellet, A Bret, MJF Molina, ...
Journal of vision 15 (6), 16-16, 2015
How does information from low and high spatial frequencies interact during scene categorization?
L Kauffmann, A Roux-Sibilon, B Beffara, M Mermillod, N Guyader, ...
Visual Cognition 25 (9-10), 853-867, 2017
Evidence of rapid modulation by social information of subjective, physiological, and neural responses to emotional expressions
M Mermillod, D Grynberg, L Pio-Lopez, M Rychlowska, B Beffara, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 11, 231, 2018
When the sad past is left: The mental metaphors between time, valence, and space
N Spatola, J Santiago, B Beffara, M Mermillod, L Ferrand, M Ouellet
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1019, 2018
Right wing authoritarianism is associated with race bias in face detection
A Bret, B Beffara, J McFadyen, M Mermillod
Plos one 12 (7), e0179894, 2017
A fully automated, transparent, reproducible and blind protocol for sequential analyses
B Beffara, A Bret, L Nalborczyk
PsyArXiv, 2019
Automation in sequential testing: A commentary on Schönbrodt, Wagenmakers, Zehetleitner, & Perugini (2017)
B Beffara, A Bret, L Nalborczyk
Effects of visual imagery on false memories in DRM and misinformation paradigms
F Robin, E Ménétrier, B Beffara Bret
Memory, 1-8, 2021
Resting high frequency heart rate variability is not associated with the recognition of emotional facial expressions in healthy human adults
B Beffara, N Vermeulen, M Mermillod
bioRxiv, 077784, 2016
Differentiated evaluation of counter-conditioned stimuli as a function of right-wing authoritarianism
A Bret, B Beffara, A Mierop, M Mermillod
Social Psychological Bulletin 16 (2), 1-26, 2021
A fully automated, transparent, reproducible, and blind protocol for sequential analyses
BB Bret, AB Bret, L Nalborczyk
Meta-Psychology 5, 2021
Differences in cortical processing of facial emotions in broader autism phenotype
P Soto-Icaza, BB Bret, L Vargas, F Aboitiz, P Billeke
PsyArXiv, 2020
Variabilité cardiaque de haute fréquence et comportements prosociaux: Approche causale de la théorie polyvagale
B Beffara
Université catholique de Louvain (1970-....), 2016
Effect of mindfulness on emotion regulation and health behaviors
D Corubolo, R Shankland, P Favre, D Tessier, B Beffara, M Mermillod
2nd International Conference on Mindfulness (ICM), 2016
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Ambiguous Emotional Processing and Embodiment
B Beffara, M Ouellet, A Basu, M Mermillod, N Vermeulen
GSTF Journal of Psychology (JPsych) 2 (2), 1-3, 2016
Can we test the influence of prosociality on high frequency heart rate variability? A double-blind sham-controlled approach
B Beffara, M Mermillod, N Vermeulen
bioRxiv, 078006, 2016
When the Good Guy Becomes the Bad Boy: Social Information Modulates the Neural, Physiological and Subjective Responses to Emotional Facial Expressions
M Mermillod, D Grynberg, M Rychlowska, N Vermeulen, PM Niedenthal, ...
bioRxiv, 077834, 2016
Retraction Note to: Ambiguous Emotional Processing and Embodiment
B Beffara, M Ouellet, A Basu, M Mermillod, N Vermeulen
GSTF Journal of Psychology (JPsych) 3 (1), 1-1, 2015
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