10, place Cardinal Mercier
Visiting Research Fellow in Cognitive Psychology in the University of Leeds
Research Interests :
My current research interests focus on Numerical Cognition. Specifically, my interests concern the study of: 1) the nature of the semantic numerical representations; and 2) the role of experience individuals have with numerical information in the access to these representations, by the examination, from a behavioural and functional point of view, of the effect of numerical expertise on numerical abilities with different populations of participants (blind people, mathematicians, etc.).
- Castronovo, J., Crollen, V. (in press)
- Numerical comparison of two-digit numbers: How differences at encoding can involve differences in processing.
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology.
- Crollen, V., Castronovo, J., Seron, X. (in press)
- Under- and over-estimation: A bi-directional mapping process between symbolic and non-symbolic representations of number?
- Delvenne, J.-F., Kaddour, L.A., Castronovo, J. (in press)
- An electrophysiological measure of visual short-term memory capacity within and across hemifields.
- Ferrand, L., Riggs, K., Castronovo, J. (in press)
- Subitizing in congenitally blind adults.
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.
Castronovo, J., Seron, X. (2007)
- Numerical estimation in blind subjects: evidence of the impact of blindness and its following experience.
- Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 33(5), 1089-1106.
- Castronovo, J., Seron, X. (2007)
- Semantic numerical representation in blind subjects: the role of vision in the spatial format of the mental number line.
- The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 60 (1), 101-119.