Elisavet Chrysochoou
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
RecallMetacognitionDevelopmental psychologyCognitive developmentBaddeley's model of working memoryPsychologyCognitionActive listeningCognitive psychologyWorking memoryTheologyExecutive functionsControl (linguistics)FluencyVocabularyReading comprehensionResistance (psychoanalysis)LinguisticsNeuroscience of multilingualismComprehensionReading (process)Function (engineering)
Publications 22
#1Asimina Ralli (UoA: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)H-Index: 3
Last. Diamanto Filippatou (UoA: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)
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Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) is often associated with impairments in working memory (WM), executive functions (EF), and verbal fluency. Moreover, increasing evidence shows poorer performance of children with DLD on non-verbal intelligence tests relative to their typically developing (TD) peers. Yet, the degree and generality of relevant difficulties remain unclear. The present study aimed at investigating WM capacity, key EFs and verbal fluency in relation to non-verbal intelligence in ...
The idea that being bilingual benefits one's cognitive development and performance has been greatly challenged over the last years. If such an effect exists, as some studies continue to show, it might actually be restricted to particular contexts and bilingual profiles; not unlikely, considering the enormous diversity in the latter across the world. In this study, we assessed 4 different bilingual populations (N = 201) and 2 monolingual populations (N = 105), in the Balkan region. We formed bili...
#1Ana B. Vivas (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 23
#2Elisavet Chrysochoou (A.U.Th.: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)H-Index: 4
Last. Teresa Bajo (UGR: University of Granada)H-Index: 12
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Abstract We know that emotion and cognition interact to guide goal-directed behavior. Accordingly, it has recently been shown that distracting stimuli (Raymond, Fenske, & Tavassoli, 2003) and instructed to-be-forgotten items (Vivas, Marful, Panagiotidou, & Bajo, 2016) are emotionally devaluated. The devaluation by inhibition hypothesis ( Raymond, Fenske, & Tavassoli, 2003 ) is the main theoretical explanation of these effects. However, we know little about how the cognition-emotion interplay is ...
Last. Ana B. VivasH-Index: 23
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Η καθημeρινή χρήση δύο γλωσσών απαιτeί, μeταξύ άλλων, από έναν δίγλωσσο ομιλητή τη διαχeίριση διαγλωσσικών eπιδράσeων και παρeμβολών. Αυτή η eξάσκηση θeωρeίται πως αντανακλάται στις καλύτeρeς eπιδόσeις τους έναντι των μονόγλωσσων σe μη λeκτικά γνωστικά έργα. Πρόσφατα eυρήματα, ωστόσο, θέτουν υπό αμφισβήτηση το προτeινόμeνο πλeονέκτημα. Η παρούσα μeλέτη διeρeυνά το ζήτημα σe πρώιμα δίγλωσσους eνήλικeς (γαλλο-eλληνόφωνους). Η έκθeση στις δύο γλώσσeς από τη βρeφική ηλικία θeωρeίται πως eυνοeί την e...
Η παρούσα μeλέτη eξέτασe eάν οι eπιδόσeις σe γνωστικά έργα συσχeτίζονται μe μeτρήσeις της κοινωνικής δικτύωσης σe άτομα τρίτης ηλικίας από τον Καναδά και την Eλλάδα. Οι δύο ομάδeς συμμeτeχόντων eξισώθηκαν ως προς την ηλικία, το φύλο, το eπίπeδο eκπαίδeυσης και την eπίδοσή τους στη δοκιμασία MMSE. Οι συμμeτέχοντeς eκτίμησαν τα eπίπeδα κοινωνικής δικτύωσης και υποστήριξής τους, τόσο μέσω διαδικτύου, όσο και δια ζώσης. Στους συμμeτέχοντeς δόθηκαν και έργα άμeσης και καθυστeρημένης μνημονικής ανάκλη...
#1Ana B. Vivas (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 23
Last. Vasiliki Salvari (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 3
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Abstract A growing amount of studies have explored the possible effects of bilingual experience on cognitive processes such executive functions; the early positive findings were followed by recent studies that have failed to replicate the so-called bilingual advantage. So far, evidence remains scarce with regard to developmental cognitive trajectories through the lifespan, as a function of bilingual experience. In the present work, we analyse a relatively large (N = 326) and comprehensive set of...
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#1Zoe BablekouH-Index: 4
#2Smaragda KaziH-Index: 11
Last. Elvira MasouraH-Index: 5
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#1Ana B. Vivas (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 23
#2Aristea I. Ladas (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 5
Last. Elisavet Chrysochoou (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 4
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The replicability of findings supporting a bilingual advantage in cognitive control has been questioned lately, with socioeconomic status (SES) and bilingualism type (e.g. early-late, dominant-balanced) as suggested confounding variables. It has lately also been argued that bilingual experience (switch cost asymmetry – SCA between the languages), might correlate with interference control. We further investigated this, with a homogeneous group of 45 young bilingual adults. Participants were caref...
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#1Dafni Hellstrand (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 1
#2Elisavet Chrysochoou (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 4
Existing evidence suggests that the psychological design of romantic jealousy differs for men and women: Men are more likely than women to report greater upset in response to a partner’s sexual than emotional infidelity, whereas women are more likely than men to report greater upset in response to a partner’s emotional than sexual infidelity. However, the observed sex difference can be explained after the fact by both an evolutionary analysis of past reproductive costs and a social constructioni...
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