I look at the moderating impact of personality constructs on emotional perception, categorization and memory.
The personality dimensions that are examined are related:
These questions are investigated both
My second area of research deals with emotion and memory. More specifically, I try to modelize the variables involved in the formation and maintenance of "flashbulb memories" (FBM).
FBM are are vivid, long-lasting, detailed and consistent recollections of specific details for the reception context of shocking public events (location, time, other people present, informant, ongoing activity).
Luminet, O., Bagby, R. M., & Taylor, G. J. (2001). An evaluation of the absolute and relative stability of alexithymia in patients with major depression. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 70, 254-260.
Luminet, O., Bouts, P., Delie, F., Manstead, A. S. R., & Rimé, B. (2000). Social sharing of emotion following exposure to a negatively valenced situation.Cognition and Emotion, 14, 661-688.
Luminet, O., Curci, A., Marsh, E. J., Wessel, I., Constantin, T., Gencoz, F., & Yogo, M. (2004). The Cognitive, Emotional and Social Impacts of the September 11th Attacks: Group Differences in Memory for the Reception Context and the Determinants of Flashbulb Memory. Journal of General Psychology, 131 (3), 197-224.
Luminet, O., Rimé, B., Bagby, R. M., & Taylor, G. J. (2004). A multimodal investigation of emotional responding in alexithymia. Cognition and Emotion, 18 (6), 741-766.
Luminet, O., Vermeulen, N., Demaret, C., Bagby, R. M., & Taylor, G. J. (in press). Alexithymia and levels of processing: Evidence for and overall deficit in remembering emotion words. Journal of Research in Personality.
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