Naomi Langerock

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 Post-doc

(under the supervision of dr. Evie Vergauwe)

 

Université de Genève-Unimail

Blvd du Pont d’Arve 40 - 1205 Geneve-Switzerland

Bureau 6202

Tél: 022 379 09 37

E mail: Naomi.Langerock(at)unige.ch

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  • Education

2015: Phd in cognitive psychology, obtained at the University of Geneva (Switzerland)

2004 : Master degree in experimental psychology, obtained at the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium)

 

  • Research activities

2015-...: Post-doctoral fellow (Behavioral and Neural Basis of High-Speed Retrieval in Working Memory)

2011-2015: Phd Student (Maintaining cross-domain associations in working memory :A Time-Based Resource-Sharing model account)

2008-2011: Research assistant (Le devenir des enfants prématurés : effets d’une naissance prématurée sur le cerveau et ses fonctions)

 

  • Research interests

Cognitive psychology

Working Memory – Binding

Prematurity

 

  • Publications

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., Dirix, N., & Barrouillet, P. (in press). Is memory better for objects than for separate single features? The temporal hypothesis. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

Vergauwe, E., Langerock, N., Cowan, N. (in press). Evidence for spontaneous serial refreshing in verbal working memory? Psychonomic Bulletin and Review.

Vergauwe, E., & Langerock, N. (2017). Attentional refreshing of information in working memory : Increased accessibility of just-refreshed representations. Journal of Memory and Language, 96, 23-35.

Lucidi, A., Langerock, N., Horeau, V., Lemaire, B., Camos, V., & Barrouillet, P. (2015). Working memory still needs verbal rehearsal. Memory and cognition, 44, 197-206.

Vergauwe, E., Langerock, N., & Barrouillet, P. (2014). Maintaining information in visual working memory: Memory for bindings and memory for features are equally disrupted by increased attentional demands. Canadian journal of experimental psychology, 68, 68-158.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2014). The maintenance of cross-domain associations in the episodic buffer. Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory and cognition, 40, 1096 – 1109.

Langerock, N, van Hanswijck de Jonghe, L., Bickle Graz, M., Huppi, S., Borradori-Tolsa, C., & Barisnikov, K. (2013). Emotional reactivity in very preterm infants born at < 29 weeks of gestation. Infant behavior and development, 36, 289 – 297.

Barrouillet, P., De Paepe, A., & Langerock, N. (2012). Time causes forgetting in working memory. Psychonomic bulletin and review, 19, 87-92.

Vergauwe, E., Dewaele, N., Langerock, N., & Barrouillet, P. (2012). Evidence for a central pool of general resources in working memory. Journal of cognitive psychology, 24 (3), 359-366.

 

  • Communications

Vergauwe, E. & Langerock, N. (2017). Comparing working memory performance under different instructed-refreshing schemes. 20th Meeting of the European society for cognitive psychology, Potsdam, Germany. Oral presentation.

Vergauwe, E., Langerock, N., & Cowan, N. (2017). Evidence for spontaneous serial refreshing in verbal WM? Workshop: The Crossroads of Attention in Working Memory: Consolidation, Refreshing, & Removal. Ovronnaz, Switzerland. Oral presentation.

Langerock, N., Wisniewski, D., Brass, M., & Vergauwe, E. (2017) The effect of Cognitive Load on:  ITEM, ORDER, and CATEGORY information. Workshop: The Crossroads of Attention in Working Memory: Consolidation, Refreshing, & Removal. Ovronnaz, Switzerland. Oral presentation.

Vergauwe, E., & Langerock, N. (2016). Using instructed refreshing to understand the functioning of spontaneous refreshing. 57th Annual meeting of the psychonomic society. Boston, USA. Oral presentation.

Langerock, N., Camos, V., & Vergauwe, E. (2016). Instructed refreshing:beneficial for all kinds of memoranda? 57th Annual meeting of the psychonomic society. Boston, USA. Poster.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., Hardman, K., Ricker, T., & Cowan, N. (2016)The nature of refreshing: Mere reactivation or semantic elaboration as well? Eighth European Working Memory Symposioum. Liège, Belgium. Poster.

Langerock, N., De Freitas Batista, P., Fuentes Jiminez, E., & Vergauwe, E. (2016). The role of attention in the maintenance of feature associations: A developmental perspective. 2ième Conférences Jean Piaget, Genève, Switzerland. Poster

Vergauwe, E., Ricker, T., Langerock, N., & Cowan, N. (2015). What do people typically do between list items. 56th Annual meeting of the psychonomic society. Chicago, USA. Oral presentation.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2015). Presenting and maintaining integrated information to increase working memory capacity. 14th biannual congress of the Swiss Psychological Society, Geneva, Switerland. Poster

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2015). Cross-domain associations in working memory. 19th Meeting of the European society for cognitive psychology, Chypre. Poster.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2014). Why object-based maintenance leads to better memory performance. Seventh European Working Memory Symposioum. Edinburgh, Scotland. Poster.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2013). Maintaining verbal-spatial associations in working memory: The influence of encoding time. 54th Annual meeting of the psychonomic society. Toronto, Canada. Poster.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2013). The role of encoding time in the maintenance of integrated information in working memory. 18th Meeting of the European society for cognitive psychology, Budapest, Hungary. Oral presentation.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2012). On the resources involved in the maintenance of bound information in working memory. 53th annual meeting of the psychonomic society. Minneapolis, USA. Poster.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2012). The attentional involvement in cross-domain maintenance in working memory. Sixth European Working Memory Symposioum. Fribourg, Switzerland. Poster.

Langerock, N., Vergauwe, E., & Barrouillet, P. (2011). The involvement of domain-general and/or domain-specific resources in the maintenance of cross-domain information. 17th Meeting of the European society for cognitive psychology. San Sebastian, Spain. Poster.

Langerock, N., van Hanswijck de Jonge, L., Forcada-Guex, M., Hüppi, P.S., Borradori Tolsa, C., Barisnikov, K. (2012). Emotional Reactivity and Emotional Regulation in Extremely Preterm Children at 12 Months of Age. Pediatric academic societies’ annual meeting. Boston, United States. Oral presentation.

Langerock, N., van Hanswijck de Jonge, L., Forcada-Guex, M., Monnier, M., Bickle-Graz, M., Borradori Tolsa, C., Huppi , P.S., Barisnikov, K. (2011). Socio-emotional development of preterm children at 12 months. Implications of Research on the Neuroscience of Affect, Attachment and Social Cognition. London, UK. Poster.

Borradori Tolsa, C., van Hanswijck De Jonge, L., Langerock, N., Monnier, M.,  Bickle-Graz, M., Barisnikov, K., & Hüppi, P.S. (2010). Psychomotor and Emotional Development at 12 Months of Very Preterm Infants with Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia.Third Congress of the European Academy of Paediatric Societies. Copenhagen, Denmark. Poster.

Langerock, N., van Hanswijck De Jonge, L.,  Monnier, M., Borradori Tolsa, C., Bickle-Graz, M., Barisnikov, K., & Hüppi, P.S. (2010). The effect of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia on the emotional regulation of preterm infants. Module Thématique: Fonctions exécutives chez l’enfant: Structure, évaluation et réhabilitation. Geneva, Switzerland. Oral presentation.

Pizzo, R., Van der Linden, M., Langerock, N., Borradori-Tolsa, C., Hüppi, P.S., & Barisnikov, K. (2009). Effortful control in preterm children at two years-old. International Conference on The Physiology of Human Development. Moscou, Russia. Oral presentation.

Langerock, N., Pizzo, R., Urben, S., Borradori Tolsa, C., Forcada Guex, M., Freschi, M., Monnier, M., Hüppi, P.S., Barisnikov, K. (2009). Impact of Intra-Uterine Growth restriction on inhibition abilities of preterm children. 11th Congress of the Swiss Psychological Society. Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Poster.

 

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