Equipe

Amaya Palama

Doctorante en psychologie

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CV Amaya Palama

Thème de Recherche:

Nature et développement de la discrimination des expressions émotionnelles chez les bébés âgés de 1 à 6 mois

Contact:

Laboratoire du développement Sensorimoteur, Affectif et Social (SMAS)
Université de Genève - Boulevard du Pont d’Arve 40 - Genève - Suisse

Bureau: 4152
Tel.:  +41 22 379 91 48
Email: amaya.palama@unige.ch

 

 

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Liste des publications

Articles dans des revues à comité de lecture

  • Lejeune, F., Brand, L-A., Palama, A., Parra, J., Marcus, L., Barisnikov, K., Debillon, T., Gentaz, E. & Berne-Audéoud, F. (submitted). Female voice influences the early tactile manual abilities of preterm infants.
  • Palama, A., Malsert, J., & Gentaz, E. (2018) Are 6-month-old human infants able to transfer emotional information (happy or angry) from voices to faces? An eye-tracking study. PLoS ONE 13(4): e0194579. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0194579.

Articles dans des revues destinées à des professionnelles ou des magazines de diffusion scientifique

  • Theurel, A., Palama, A., & Gentaz, E. (2017). Le développement des émotions morales durant l’enfance. Médecine et Enfance, 37(10), 307-311.
  • Palama, A., Theurel, A., & Gentaz, E. (2017). Le développement des émotions primaires durant l’enfance. Médecine & Enfance, 37(7), 195-201.
  • Palama, A., Malsert, J., Arnautovic, E., Humair, I., Grandjean, D., & Gentaz, E. (2016). La reconnaissance intermodale des émotions: apports de l’analyse des mouvements oculaires lors du décodage d’expressions faciales émotionnelles chez des bébés âgés de 6 mois. A.N.A.E., 142, 305-312.
  • Theurel, A., Roux, A., & Gentaz, E. (2016). Le développement de la culpabilité au cours de l'enfance. Le journal des professionnels de l'enfance, 101, 37-40.

Posters

  • Palama, A., Gentaz, E. Is there an amodal recognition of emotion (angry or happy) from voice to static face (real or virtual)? Evidence in 6-month old infants and adults. Annual Research Forum 2018, February 7th 2018, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Palama, A., Gentaz, E. Nature et développement de la reconnaissance des émotions chez des bébés âgés de 1 à 6 mois. 10ème colloque international RIPSYDEVE : De la recherche à la pratique : étude en psychologie et psychopathologie développementale, 15-16 June 2017, Aix-en-Provence, France
  • Palama, A., Gentaz, E. Cross-modal (audio -visual) recognition of emotions: a longitudinal study in infants aged of 1, 2, 4 and 6 months. 2nd Jean Piaget Conferences: Infant development from Piaget to today, 20-21 June 2016, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Humair, I., Palama, A., Gentaz, E. Cross-modal recognition of emotion expression from voice to face in 6 months-olds babies. 2nd Jean Piaget Conferences: Infant development from Piaget to today, 20-21 June 2016, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Roux, A., Calpe, L., Fiorentini, C., Malsert, J., & Gentaz, E. Does listening to an emotional voice (joy vs anger) help their facial expression recognition in 4-month old? Research on audio-visual transfer. Inauguration of the Swiss Doctoral School in Affective Sciences, September 15th 2015, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Roux, A., Calpe, L., Fiorentini, C., Malsert, J., & Gentaz, E. Does listening to an emotional voice (joy vs anger) help their facial expression recognition in 4-month old? Research on audio-visual transfer. The Future of Psychology - SSP/SGP conference 2015, 8-9 September 2015, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Roux, A., Calpe, L., Fiorentini, C., Malsert, J., & Gentaz, E. Does listening to an emotional voice (joy vs anger) help their facial expression recognition in 4-month old? Research on audio-visual transfer. NCCR Affective Sciences, Site visit, July 2th 2015, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Roux, A., Buffle, P., Franchini, M., Schaer, M., & Gentaz, E. Visual preference for joint attention in young children with a typical development (TD). A contribution to early detection of autistic spectrum disorders (ASD). The social motivation hypothesis in autism: Recent findings in mice and men, June 26th 2015, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Buffle, P., Roux, A., Franchini, M., Schaer, M., & Gentaz, E. Visual preference for biological motion in young children with a typical development (TD). A contribution to early detection of autistic spectrum disorders (ASD). The social motivation hypothesis in autism: Recent findings in mice and men, June 26th 2015, Geneva, Switzerland.

Présentations orales

  • Swiss Center for Affective Sciences Annual Research Forum 2018. “Are 6-month-old human infants able to transfer emotional information (happy or angry) from voices to faces? An eye-tracking study.” February 2018. Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva.
  • Swiss Center for Affective Sciences Annual Research Forum 2016. “Emotional Development from birth to adolescent”. February 2016. Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva.
  • The 1st Meeting of the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences Emotional Developmental Group.  “Does listening to an emotional voice help facial expression recognition in 4-month olds? Research on audio-visual transfer”. March 2015. Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, Geneva.