Présentations de conférences sélectionnées

2019-present

  • Francoeur, C., Michaels, J., & Bertone, A. Sustained attention ability is related to eye-tracking task behavior but not performance. – soumis.
  • Savino, K., Perelmiter, T., Tullo, D., & Bertone, A. The effect of the trial-by-trial feedback on the 3D-MOT task performance as a function of cognitive load in autism. – soumis.
  • Seth, A., Rey, G., Boffice, G., Chima, G., Takoukam, C. T., & SCERT. Survey of assessment practices & testing instruments used to assess literacy and numeracy for learners with Intellectual Disability. – soumis.
  • Jack, N., Scholes, S., & Bertone, A. Cognitive functioning is not associated with multisensory integration (MSI) in autism. – soumis.
  • Basma, B., Savage, R., Luk, G., & Bertone, A. (2024). The behavioral and neurophysiological effects of set-for-variability reading intervention for children with reading difficulties. Society for the Scientific Study of Reading. – accepté.
  • Basma, B., Savage, R., Luk, G., & Bertone, A. (2024). The N400 effect in school-aged children with and without a reading disability:  evidence for a relationship with Set-for-Variability (SfV) and reading ability. – accepté.
    Perelmiter, T., Tullo, D., Faubert, J., & Bertone, A. (2024). Multiple object tracking as a measure of sustained attention and relation with fluid reasoning. – accepté
  • Silvestre, D., Marty, C., Allard, R., & Bertone, A.  (2024)The development of Internal noise at different periods of development. – accepté
  • Scholes, S, Jack, N., & Bertone, A.  (2024) The relationship between cognitive ability and susceptibility on the Sound-Induced Flash Illusion (SIFI) across development. – accepté
  • Michaels, J., Francoeur, C., Habak, C., & Bertone, A.  (2024). Investigating the links between sustained attention, gaze fixation patterns, and face identity discrimination performance. – accepté.
  • Bertone, A., & Ostrolenk, A. (2024). The development of multisensory facilitation for simple audio-visual information continues through adolescence. – accepté.
  • Tullo, D., Neves, C., Faubert, J., & Bertone, A. (2023, May). Repurposing the multiple object tracking task to assess individual differences in attention resource capacity. Journal of Vision, 23(9), 5417.
  • Perelmiter, T., Tullo, D., & Bertone, A. (2023, September). Relationship between sustained visual attention and fluid reasoning intelligence: A 3D-MOT study. CADDRA Research Day, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  • Boatswain-Jacques, A., Gazith, A., Bertone, A., Guy, J., Laine, G. & Burack, J. (2023, May). Configuration does not affect the allocation of visual attention to foreground and background information differently for persons with autism and neurotypical persons on a change detection study.
  • Stubbert, E., Tullo, D.,Gazith, A., Escobar, K., Faubert, J., Bertone, A., & Burack, J. (2023, March). Biological motion and multiple object tracking performance develop similarly from childhood through early adolescence. Society for Research in Child Development 2023 Biennial Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, USA.
  • Perelmiter, T. & Bertone, A. (2022, January). Development of an accessible and sensitive measure of sustained attention; The 3D-MOT Multiple Object Tracking task. [Poster presentation]. Advancing Assessment and Evaluation Virtual Conference: Queen’s University Assessment and Evaluation Group (AEG) and Educational Testing Services (ETS), Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Basma, B. Savage, R. Bertone, B. (2021, July) The N400 in atypical readers and the role of moderator variables: A meta-analysisPoster presented at the 28th Annual Conference for the Society for Scientific Studies of Reading. – Virtual.
  • Ainsworth, K., Falagiarda, F., Collignon, O. & Bertone, A (2021, May). Multisensory Perception of Expressions of Emotion in Autistic Children and Adolescents. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Boston, MA, USA. – Virtual.
  • Philibert-Lignières, G., Rimmer, C., Boucher, T., Iarocci, G., Tillmann, B., Bertone, A., & Eve-Marie Quintin (2021, May). The relationship between performance on a musical working memory task and parent reports of working memory: a comparison between typically developing children and children with ASD. – Virtual.
  • Oh, J., Luk, G, Bertone, A. (2021, April). Contextual Bilingual Experience and Executive Functions among Bilingual Children and Adolescents in a Multilingual City. SRCD Virtual Biennial Meeting
  • Basma B, Savage R & Bertone A. (2020) The N400 in typical and atypical readers: A systematic review and a meta-analysis. Poster accepted to the International Conference of Society of Scientific Study of Reading, Newport Beach, CA, USA (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Lung S & Bertone A (2020). Role of intelligence on the relationship between sensory processing and autistic mannerismPoster accepted to the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) annual convention, Montreal, QC, Canada. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Scholes S, Wong S, Scardera S, Malikin H, Hove I, Michaud R, Ainsworth K & Bertone A.  (2020). Predicting multisensory integration at different points in development in autism. Poster accepted to the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) annual convention, Montreal, QC, Canada. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Scholes S, Ainsworth K & Bertone A (2020). Impaired multisensory integration at different developmental periods in individuals with autism. Poster accepted for presentation at the CPA 81st Annual National Convention. Montreal, QC. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Basma B, Archambault C & Bertone A (2020).  The performance of adolescents with developmental disabilities and ASD in reading comprehension. Poster accepted to the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) annual convention, Montreal, QC, Canada. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Silvestre D, Doobay V, Mottron L & Bertone A (2020, May). The Relationship between Perceptual and Cognitive changes from school-age to adolescence in Autism. Poster accepted to the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) annual convention, Montreal, QC, Canada. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Tullo D, Faubert J & Bertone A (2020, May). Multiple Object-Tracking isolates individual differences in attention resource capacity for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Poster accepted to the Vision Sciences Society, Saint Pete’s Beach, FL, USA. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Philibert-Lignieres G, Rimmer C, Boucher T, Iarocci G, Tillmann B, Bertone A & Quintin E-M (2020). The Relationship between Performance on a Musical Working Memory Task and Parent Reports of Working Memory: A Comparison between Typically Developing Children and Children with ASD.  Poster accepted to the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Seattle, Washington, USA. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Lung S & Bertone A (2020). Comparing the Cognitive Flexibility of Adolescents with Intellectual Developmental Disorder (IDD) with and without Autism. Poster accepted to the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Seattle, Washington, USA. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Ainswroth K, Scholes S & Bertone A (2020). Altered Multisensory Facilitation in Younger and Older Autistic Individuals. Poster accepted to the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Seattle, Washington, USA. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • Silvestre D, Mottron L & Bertone A (2020). The Relationship between Perceptual Ability and Cognition Changes from the School-Age to Adolescence in Autism. Poster accepted to the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Seattle, Washington, USA. (cancelled – COVID19)
  • *Oh HJJ, Luk G & Bertone A. (2020). Bilingual experience and executive function of children and adolescents. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), Baltimore, MD.
  • Tullo D, Faubert J & Bertone (2019). Characterizing the Interplay Between Learning and Attention Across Neurodevelopmental Conditions: A Multiple Object-Tracking Study. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Psychonomics Society. Montreal, QC, Canada.
  • Basma B, Archambault C, Tullo D & Bertone A (2019). The performance of adolescents with developmental disabilities in reading comprehension. Poster presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Reading (SSSR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Miseros M, Tullo D, Faubert J & Bertone A (2019). The development of form and motion perception from school-age to adulthood:  comparing sensitivity to luminance- and texture-defined stimuli. Poster accepted to the Vision Sciences Society, Saint Pete’s Beach, FL, USA.
  • Tullo D, Faubert J & Bertone A (2019). Learning and visual attention across neurodevelopmental conditions: Using Multiple Object tracking as a descriptor of visual attention. Poster accepted to the Vision Sciences Society, Saint Pete’s Beach, FL, USA.
  • Ainsworth K, Falagiarda F, Collignon O & Bertone A (2019). Time-resolved discrimination of audiovisual emotion in children with and without autism. Poster accepted to the Vision Sciences Society, Saint Pete’s Beach, FL, USA.
  • Nader AM, Tullo D, Bertone A & Soulieres I (2019). What strategies do autistic children use when learning new categories? An eye-tracking study. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • ClarkE, Tullo D, Faubert J, Bertone A (2019). Domain-specific training improves math proficiency for children with autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Philibert-Lignieres G, Tillmann B, Bertone A & Quintin E-M (2019). A Comparison between traditional and musical working memory assessments and the associated cognitive and ASD symptomology correlates. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Scholes S, Ainsworth K & Bertone A (2019). Multisensory integration in children and adolescents with ASD:  susceptibility to the Flash-Beep illusion. Poster presented at the International Meeting to Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Tullo D, Faubert J & Bertone A (2019).Characterizing learning as a function of attention using a multiple-object tracking task: defining learning trajectories in ASD and other neurodevelopmental conditions. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Ostrolenk A, Courschesne V, Mottron L & Bertone A (2019). Do commonly used cognitive assessments accurately estimate intelligence in autistic boys and girls? Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Lung S, Oh J & Bertone A (2019). The local and global conceptualization of autistic cognitive processing. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Basma B, Archambault C & Bertone A (2019). Adolescents with ASD perform better in listening comprehension than in word reading. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Ainsworth K, Scholes S & Bertone A (2019). Does leading modality influence multisensory integration in children with autism? Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Miseros M, Tullo D & Bertone A (2019). Luminance- and texture-defined visual perceptual processing in children and adolescents with ASD; comparison with other neurodevelopmental conditions. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Giorgio L, Levy B, Faubert J, Tullo D & Bertone A (2019). Characterizing individual differences in attention across autism spectrum disorder: a multiple object-tracking study. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Archambault C, Basma B, Bertone A (2019). The impact of attention on reading in adolescents with autism spectrum disorder. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Oh J, Lung S, Bertone A (2019). Non-verbal intelligence is a better predictor of cognitive flexibility in low functioning adolescents with autism compared to adolescents with intellectual developmental disability. Poster presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR), Montreal, Canada.
  • Oh J & Bertone A (2019). Cognitive Outcomes of Children is Associated with Level of Bilingualism. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), Atlanta, GA.
  • Lung S & Bertone A (2019). A New Attitude to the Classic Rigidity in Autism: Possible Strength in Cognitive Flexibility. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), Atlanta, GA.
  • Archambault C, Tullo D, Faubert J & Bertone A (2019).  Effects of Attention Training on Reading Skills: A Pilot Study. Poster presented at the annual convention of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), Atlanta, GA.
  • Philibert-Lignieres G, Tillmann B, Bertone A & Quintin, E-M (2019). A Comparison between traditional and musical working memory assessments and the associated cognitive and ASD symptomology correlates. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), San Francisco, USA.
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