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  2. Developing adaptive control: ge-related differences in task choices and awareness of proactive and reactive control demands

    Niebaum, J., Chevalier, N., Guild, R. & Munakata, Y., 14 Sep 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience.

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  3. Differentiation in prefrontal cortex recruitment during childhood: Evidence from cognitive control demands and social contexts

    Chevalier, N., Jackson, J., Revueltas Roux, A., Moriguchi, Y. & Auyeung, B., Apr 2019, In : Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 36

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  4. Disentangling the respective contribution of task selection and task execution in self-directed cognitive control development

    Frick, A., Brandimonte, M. A. & Chevalier, N., 27 Jul 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Child Development.

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  5. Effects of social and non-social reward on executive function in preschoolers

    Lertladaluck, K., Chutabhakdikul, N., Chevalier, N. & Moriguchi, Y., 4 Jul 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Brain and Behavior.

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  6. Encouraging performance monitoring promotes proactive control in children

    Hadley, L., Acluche, F. & Chevalier, N., 14 Jun 2019, In : Developmental Science. e12861.

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  7. Executive function development: Making sense of the environment to behave adaptively

    Chevalier, N., Oct 2015, In : Current Directions in Psychological Science. 24, 5, p. 363-368

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  8. External rewards and positive stimuli promote different cognitive control engagement strategies in children

    Jin, X., Auyeung, B. & Chevalier, N., 21 Jun 2020, In : Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 44

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  9. False-Belief Representation and Attribution in Preschoolers: Testing a Graded-Representation hypothesis

    Chevalier, N. & Blaye, A., 26 Apr 2006, In : Current Psychology Letters. 18, 1, 12 p.

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  10. From prioritizing objects to prioritizing cues: A developmental shift for cognitive control

    Chevalier, N., Dauvier, B. & Blaye, A., 2018, In : Developmental Science. 21, p. 1-8 8 p., e12534.

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  11. Gaze-based rehearsal in children under 7: A developmental investigation of eye movements during a serial spatial memory task

    Morey, C., Mareva, S., Lelonkiewicz, J. & Chevalier, N., May 2018, In : Developmental Science. 21, 3, p. 1-9 e12559.

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