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- Maugard, A., Marzouki, Y., & Fagot, J. (2013). Contribution of working memory processes to relational matching-to-sample performance in Baboons (Papio papio). Journal of Comparative Psychology, (In press).
- Marzouki, Y., Meeter, M., & Grainger, J. (2013). Location invariance in masked repetition priming of letters and words. Acta Psychologica. 142, 23-29. (pdf)
- Skandrani-Marzouki, I., Marzouki, Y. & Joule, R. V. (2012). Effects of subliminal affective priming on helping behavior using the Foot-In-The-Door technique. Psychological Reports. 111, 669-686. (pdf)
- Skandrani-Marzouki, I., Marzouki, Y., Marchand, M., & Joule, R. V. (2012). The coupled effects of functional labeling and approach- vs. avoidance-oriented statements on dyadic academic performance. North American Journal of Psychology, 14, 551-564. (pdf)
- Marzouki, Y., Skandrani-Marzouki, I., Béjaoui, M., Hammoudi H., & Bellaj, T. (2012). The Contribution of Facebook to the 2011 Tunisian Revolution: A Cyberpsychological Insight. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15(5), 237-244.(pdf)
- Skandrani-Marzouki, I., & Marzouki, Y. (2010). Subliminal emotional priming and decision making in a simulated hiring situation. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 69(4), 213-219. (pdf)
- Marzouki, Y., & Grainger, J. (2008). Effects of prime and target eccentricity on masked repetition priming. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 15(1), 141-148. (pdf)
- Marzouki, Y., Grainger, J., & Theeuwes, J. (2008). Inhibition of return in subliminal letter priming. Acta Psychologica, 129(1), 112-120. (pdf)
- Marzouki, Y., Meeter, M., & Grainger, J. (2008). Effects of prime-target spatial separation and attentional deployment. Perception & Psychophysics, 70(7), 1393-1400. (pdf)
- Marzouki, Y., Midgley, K. J., Holcomb, P. J., & Grainger, J. (2008). An ERP investigation of the modulation of subliminal priming by exogenous cues. Brain Research, 1231, 86-92. (pdf)
- Marzouki, Y., Grainger, J., & Theeuwes, J. (2007). Exogenous spatial cueing modulates subliminal masked priming. Acta Psychologica, 126(1), 34-45. (pdf)
- Marzouki, Y. (in press). Facebook Contribution to the 2011 Tunisian Revolution: What Can Cyberpsychology Teach Us About the Arab Spring Uprisings? In S. Borsci, M. Kurosu, S. Federici & M. L. Mele (Eds.), Computer Systems Experiences of Users with and without Disabilities: An Evaluation Guide for Professionals. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. [ISBN:9781466511132]
- Marzouki, Y. (2012). On the relationship between stimulus valence, emotional bias, and behavior. In G. W. Mills & S. J. Stone(Eds.). Psychology of Bias. (pp. 53-68). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Marzouki, Y., Besson, M. & Skandrani-Marzouki, I (2012, May). The modulation effects of conscious affective induction on emotional subliminal priming. 24th APS Annual Convention, Chicago.
Marzouki, Y. Jouanin, M., & Grainger, J (2011, September). Attention to within-string position in letter-in-string identification. Oral presentation at the 17th meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP 2011), San Sebastian.
Dusaucy, V., Chanceaux, M. & Marzouki, Y (2011, August). Knowledge versus saliency: What World of Warcraft expert players can tell us? Poster session presented at the 16th European Conference on Eye Movements, Marseille.
Marzouki-Skandrani, I., & Marzouki, Y (2011, July). Effects of Subliminal Emotional Priming on Helping Behavior. Poster session presented at the 12th European Congress of Psychology, Istanbul.
Marzouki, Y. (2010, November). Effects of Exogenous Spatial Cueing on Repetition Priming Depend on Stimulus Size. Poster session presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis.
Marzouki-Skandrani, I., Marzouki, Y., Joule, R-V. & Grainger, J. (2010, April). Subliminal Emotional Priming of Compliant Behavior. Oral presentation at the Third European Conference on Emotion: CERE 2010, Lille.
Marzouki, Y., Meeter, M. & Grainger, J. (2009, November). Translation invariance in masked repetition priming. Poster session presented at the Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston.
Marzouki, Y., Midgley, K. J., Holcomb, P. J., & Grainger, J. (2008, July). An ERP investigation of the modulation of subliminal masked priming by exogenous cues. Oral presentation at the XXIXth International Congress of Psychology, Berlin.
Marzouki, Y., Midgley, K. J., Holcomb, P. J., & Grainger, J. (2007, August). An ERP investigation of the modulation of subliminal masked priming by exogenous cues. Poster session presented at the XVth meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Marseille.
Marzouki, Y., Grainger, J. (2006, August). Effects of prime and target eccentricity on masked repetition priming. Poster session presented at the 29th European Conference on Visual Perception, St Petersburg. Abstract reference: Marzouki Y, Grainger. J., (2006). Effects of prime and target eccentricity on masked repetition priming [Abstract]. Perception Supplement, 35, 81.
My Ph.D Thesis
Title: "The Role of Spatial Attention in Words and Letters Identification" (pdf)
Abstract: My Ph.D Thesis concerns the role of spatial attention in the processing of printed words and letters, and more specifically how spatial attention can influence bottom up processing of word and letter stimuli. To do so, I combined the masked repetition priming paradigm with a standard exogenous cueing paradigm. With single letter stimuli, our results showed a robust modulation of repetition priming effects as a function of whether or not the prime location (left or right of fixation) was validly cued. The same result was further demonstrated, first behaviourally with an IOR manipulation, and second in an ERP study that revealed a significant modulation of the P3 component as a function of prime relatedness but only in the presence of valid cues. In a further study, a parametric manipulation of stimulus eccentricity was used with words. Primes and targets could appear at the same location at varying eccentricities, or only prime location varied with centrally located targets. Findings showed for both conditions a right visual field advantage, and robust priming effects were limited to the most foveal eccentricities when targets were centrally located. The presence of such hemifield differences at an early stage of word processing is an original result. These latter findings suggest that priming can at least be partially location-specific. Interestingly, these effects were replicated with single letter stimuli, and most important this pattern of results was shown not to be contaminated by eye-movements or prime visibility. These findings were interpreted within the framework of an extended version of open-bigram coding of printed words that includes attention as a modulating bias of the earliest phase of orthographic processing.
Keywords: Spatial attention; Masked repetition priming; Subliminal processing; Word and letter identification; Orthographic processing.
- Ph.D. Cognitive Psychology (with highest honors)
- Master's Degree, Cognitive Psychology (with highest honors)
- B.A. Neuropsychology
- (2009) Post-Doc in cognitive neuroscience supported by a post-doctoral grant from the Fondation Fyssen in NeuroCognition Lab at Tufts University
- (2007-2008) ATER (Lecturer) at Aix-Marseille University
As Reviewer: Cognition, Consciousness and Cognition; Journal of Psychology Research and Behavior Management; Perception & Psychophysics / Attention Perception & Psychophysics; Psychological Reports, Psychological Science; Psychophysiology
Lab Consultant associated with NIH Grant HD25889
- Full Member of the Association for PYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE (APS)
- Associate Member of the PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY (PS)
- Full Member of the Association for The Scientific Study of Consciousness (ASSC)
- Full Member of the Tunisian Society of Psychology (STP)