Alice de Visscher

Thématiques

Psychologie du développement, estime de soi et troubles d’apprentissage, développement cognitif typique et atypique, hétérogénéité de la dyscalculie, acquisition et troubles du langage, intervention, phénomènes d’interférence dans l’apprentissage, utilisation de méthodes par convergence d’évidences (études de cas, études longitudinales, études transversales, données comportementales et en neuroimagerie).

Publications

Articles ACL

  • Heidekum, A. E., Grabner, R. H., De Smedt, B., De Visscher, A. & Vogel, S. (2019). Interference in the retrieval of arithmeticand lexico-semantic knowledge modulates common brain regions: Evidence from functional magnetic resonanceimaging (fMRI). Cortex, doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2019.06.007
  • Polspoel, B., De Visscher, A., Vandermosten, M., Vogel, S. E., Grabner, R.H. & De Smedt, B. (2019). The Neural Substrate of the Interference Effect In Children’s Multiplication: An fMRI Study. Brain Research.
  • De Visscher, A. (2018) Phénomènes d’interférences en arithmétique. Eds. Thevenot, C. & Fayol, M. Numéro spécial : les Apprentissages numériques. ANAE : Approche Neuropsychologique des Apprentissages chez l’Enfant.
  • De Visscher, A., Vogel, S., Reishofer, G., Hassler, E., Koschutnig, K., De Smedt, B., & Grabner, R. (2018). Interference and problem-size effect in multiplication fact solving: Individual differences in brain activations and arithmetic performance. NeuroImage.
  • Archambeau, K., De Visscher, A., Noël, M.-P., & Gevers, W. (2017). Impact of aging on problem size and proactive interference in arithmetic facts solving. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
  • De Visscher, A., Noël, M-P., Pesenti, M., & Dormal, V. (2017). Developmental dyscalculia in adults: beyond numerical magnitude impairment. Journal of Learning Disabilities.
  • De Visscher, A., Noël, M.-P., & De Smedt, B. (2016). The role of physical digit representation and number magnitude representation in children’s multiplication fact retrieval. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 152, 41-53.
  • De Visscher, A., Szmalec, A., Van Der Linden, L., & Noël, M.-P. (2015). Serial-order learning impairment and hypersensitivity- to-interference in dyscalculia. Cognition, 144, 38–48.
  • De Visscher, A., Berens, S. C., Keidel, J. L., Noël, M.-P., & Bird, C. M. (2015). The interference effect in arithmetic fact solving: An fMRI study. NeuroImage, 116, 92–101.
  • De Visscher, A., & Noël, M.-P. (2014b). The detrimental effect of interference in multiplication facts storing: Typical development and individual differences. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 143(6), 2380–2400.
  • De Visscher, A., & Noël, M.-P. (2014a). Arithmetic facts storage deficit: the hypersensitivity-to-interference in memory hypothesis. Developmental Science, 17(3), 434–42. doi:10.1111/desc.12135.
  • Noël, M.-P., Rousselle, L., & De Visscher, A. (2014, May 27). La dyscalculie développementale: à la croisée de facteurs numériques spécifiques et de facteurs cognitifs généraux. Développements.
  • De Visscher, A., & Noël, M.-P. (2013). A case study of arithmetic facts dyscalculia caused by a hypersensitivity-to- interference in memory. Cortex, 49(1), 50–70.

Chapitres OS

  • Noël, M.-P. & De Visscher, A. (2018). Hypersensitivity-to-interference in memory as a possible cause of difficulty in arithmetical facts storing. In A. Henik (ed.). Heterogeneity of Function in Numerical Cognition, Elsevier.
  • De Visscher, A. & Noël, M.-P. (2016). Similarity interference in learning and retrieving arithmetic facts. In Cappelletti & Fias (Eds) The mathematical brain across the lifespan. Elsevier.
  • Noël, M.-P., Rousselle, L., & De Visscher, A. (2016). Both specific and general cognitive factors account for dyscalculia. In Lindenskov (Ed) Special needs in mathematics education, CURSIV (18), Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark.

Séminaires invités

  • De Visscher. Interference in learning: typical and atypical arithmetic development, Western University, London, Canada, 2017
  • De Visscher. Interference in learning: typical and atypical arithmetic development, Université de Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 2017
  • De Visscher. Interference in learning: typical and atypical arithmetic development, Université de Ryerson, Toronto, Canada, 2017
  • De Visscher. Dyscalculies et déficits cognitifs sous-jacents. Centre Hospitalier de Bigorre, Tarbes, France, 2017
  • De Visscher. The effect of interference in multiplication fact storing. Université de Graz, Autriche, 2016
  • De Visscher. L’effet d’interférence dans l’apprentissage des faits arithmétiques. Université de Rennes, France, 2015
  • De Visscher. When ‘3 x 8 = 24’ looks like ‘4 x 8 = 32’: similarity interference in arithmetic fact learning. Invited seminar in the School of Psychology, KULeuven, Belgique, 2015
  • De Visscher. Dyscalculia: insights from memory models. Cognitive Brown Bag Seminar, School of Psychology, Université de Sussex, Grande-Bretagne, 2013
  • De Visscher. The role of interference in arithmetic facts storage. Invited lecturer in the Cognition and Systems (COSY) seminaries, Institute of Neuroscience, UCLouvain, Belgique, 2013
  • De Visscher. Arithmetic facts dyscalculia: the hypersensitivity-to-interference hypothesis. Invited lecturer in the seminaries of the Basic Psychology Department and Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior, Université de Barcelona, Espagne, 2012
  • De Visscher. Tour d’horizon de la dyscalculie développementale. Séminaire invité au sein des conférences scientifiques du Centre de référence Neuropédiatrique Multidisciplinaire (CNM) of the Clinique et Maternité Sainte Elisabeth de Namur, Belgique, 2012

Conférences

Présentations orales

  • De Visscher. Interference and problem size effect in multiplication fact solving: Individual differences in brain activations and arithmetic performance. Third Jean Piaget Conference: The origins of number. Université de Genève, Suisse, juin 2018.
  • De Visscher. Interference and problem size effect in multiplication fact solving: Individual differences in brain activations and arithmetic performance. 7th Annual meeting of the Groupe de contact FNRS Numbers and the Brain: Advances in Numerical Cognition Research. ULB, Bruxelles, mai 2018.
  • De Visscher. Developmental dyscalculia in adults: beyond numerical magnitude impairment. Brown Bag Seminar, UCLouvain, Belgique, décembre 2017.
  • De Visscher. When ‘3 x 8 = 24’ looks like ‘4 x 8 = 32’: similarity interference in arithmetic fact learning. Brown Bag Seminar, UCLouvain, Belgique, avril 2017.
  • De Visscher. The effect of reading direction on the development of ordinal numerical processing: A cross cultural study.
  • Advances in Numerical Cognition Research: 6th annual meeting, Tournai, Belgique, mai 2017
  • Archambeau, K., De Visscher, A., Noël, M.-P., & Gevers, W. Arithmetic facts and sensitivity to interference in aging. Annual BAPS meeting, Antwerpen, Belgique, mai 2016
  • De Visscher. The interference effect in arithmetic fact solving: an fMRI study. Annual BAPS meeting, Antwerpen, Belgique, mai 2016
  • De Visscher. L’effet d’interférence dans l’apprentissage et la récuperation des faits arithmétiques. 4th meeting of the SOFTAL: conference on dyscalculia, UCLouvain (Belgique), mai 2016
  • De Visscher. Représentation sémantique des nombres et transcodage: un cas d’intervention. 4th meeting of the SOFTAL: conference on dyscalculia, UCLouvain (Belgique), mai 2016
  • De Visscher. Serial-order learning impairment and hypersensitivity-to-interference in dyscalculia. Symposium at the International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Granada, Espagne, mai 2016
  • De Visscher. The interference effect in arithmetic facts solving: an fMRI study. 7th annual expert meeting on Mathematical Thinking and Learning, Radboud University, Nijmegen, Les Pays-Bas, avril 2015
  • De Visscher. The interference effect in arithmetic facts learning. In symposium organized by J. Campbell: Individual Differences in Math and Number Skills at the International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Amsterdam, Les Pays-Bas, mars 2015
  • De Visscher. The detrimental effect of interference in multiplication facts storing: typical development and individual differences. 3rd annual meeting of the Brain4Numbers (FNRS group) – Advances in Numerical Cognition Research, UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique, avril 2014
  • De Visscher. Serial order learning impairment in dyscalculia. Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences (BAPS) Annual Meeting, UCLouvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique, mai 2013
  • De Visscher. The role of interference in arithmetic facts storage. 5th Expert meeting on Mathematical Thinking and Learning, Université de Luxembourg, Walferdange, Luxembourg, mars 2013
  • De Visscher. A case study of arithmetic facts dyscalculia caused by a hypersensitivity-to-interference in memory. 36th annual International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities (IARLD), Université de Padova, Padua, Italie, juin 2012
  • De Visscher. A specific impairment of arithmetic facts in a case of developmental dyscalculia: a problem of verbal routine or of interference? Symposium “Numerical cognition: A developmental perspective”, Annual Meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences (BAPS), Université de Gent, Gent, Belgique, mai 2011
  • De Visscher. A specific impairment of multiplication in a case of developmental dyscalculia: A problem of verbal routine or of interference. 2nd Phd Student Day of the Institute of Neuroscience (IoNS), UCLouvain, Brussels, Belgique, novembre 2010

Posters

  • De Visscher, Vogel, Reishofer, Hassler, Koschutnig, De Smedt & Grabner. “Interference and problem size effect in multiplication fact solving: Individual differences in brain activations and arithmetic performance”, The Mathematics Education Centre’s Third Annual Symposium: the Symbol grounding problem, Université de Loughborough, Loughborough, UK, juin 2018
  • De Visscher, Vogel, Reishofer, Hassler, Koschutnig, De Smedt & Grabner. “Interference and problem size effect in multiplication fact solving: Individual differences in brain activations and arithmetic performance”, EARLI SIG22 meeting: Neuroscience and Education conference, Université de Gent, Londres, UK, juin 2018
  • De Visscher, Vogel, Reishofer, Hassler, Koschutnig, De Smedt & Grabner. “Interference and problem size effect in multiplication fact solving: Individual differences in brain activations and arithmetic performance”, Annual Meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences  (BAPS),  Université de  Gent, Gent,  Belgique, (BEST POSTER AWARD) mai 2018
  • De Visscher, Berens, Keidel, Noël, & Bird. The interference effect in arithmetic facts solving: an fMRI study. SIG22 Neuroscience and Education meeting, Amsterdam, Les Pays-Bas, juin 2016.
  • De Visscher & De Smedt. Similarity interference in multiplication problem solving: effects of semantic magnitude representations and physical codes. Meeting European Workshop on Cognitive Neuropsychology  2016,  Bressanone, Italie, janvier 2016
  • De Visscher, Noël, & De Smedt. The interference effect in multiplication facts storing: typical and atypical development.
  • Biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, USA, mars 2015
  • De Visscher, Noël, De Smedt, Pesenti, & Dormal. Number, length and duration processing in adults avec developmental dyscalculia. British Neuropsychological Society Autumn Meeting. Londres, UK, novembre 2014
  • De Visscher, & Noël. Arithmetic facts learning deficit due to hypersensitivity-to-interference in memory: a longitudinal study. Workshop on Educational Neuroscience of Mathematics, Universität Tübingen, Allemagne. (BEST POSTER AWARD), octobre 2014
  • De Visscher & Noël. The detrimental effect of interference in multiplication facts storing: typical development and individual differences. 3rd biennial SIG 22 conference, Göttingen, Allemagne, juin 2014
  • De Visscher & Noël. Do math abilities depend on subitizing? 1st joint BAPS (Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences)
  • SEPEX (Sociedad Española de Psicología Experimental) meeting, Université de Liège, Belgique, mai 2012
  • De Visscher & Noël. Do math abilities depend on subitizing? IPSY day 2012, UCLouvain, Belgique. (BEST POSTER AWARD), mai 2012
  • De Visscher & Noël. Do math abilities depend on subitizing? 4th Expert Meeting on Mathematical Thinking and Learning, Université de Leuven, Belgique, février 2012
  • De Visscher & Noël. A Specific Impairment of Multiplication in a Case of Developmental Dyscalculia: A Problem of Verbal Routine or of Interference? IPSY Day 2011, UCLouvain, Belgique, juin 2011
  • De Visscher & Noël. A Specific Impairment of Multiplication in a Case of Developmental Dyscalculia: A Problem of Verbal Routine or of Interference? Workshop on “Typical and Atypical Neurocognitive Aspects of Numerical Processing », Ben- Gurion Université de the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israël, avril 2011