Andree Ann Cyr

Professeure adjointe


Psychologie

   York Hall 126
   416-736-2100 x88443
   cyrandre@yorku.ca
   https://www.glendon.yorku.ca/cyrlab/

Dans le cadre de mes travaux de recherche, je m’intéresse particulièrement à savoir si le fait de faire des erreurs durant l’apprentissage renforce ou nuit le système de mémoire épisodique aussi bien chez les sujets jeunes que âgés. Je suis aussi  passionnée par la possibilité de pouvoir utiliser les résultats de ses recherches pour optimiser nos capacités d’apprentissage tout au long de la vie.

Vieillissement cognitif

Apprentissage et mémoire

Neuroimagerie


Doctorat: University of Toronto

Maîtrise: University of Toronto

Stratégies d'apprentissage chez les jeunes adultes et personnes âgées; substrats neuronaux de l'apprentissage par essais et erreurs; plaintes mnésiques dans le veillissement normal
Articles dans des revues savantes

Cyr, A-A., & Anderson, N. D. (2019). Effects of question framing on self-reported memory concerns across the lifespan. Experimental Aging Research, 45(1).

Cyr, A-A., & Anderson, N. D. (2018). Learning from your mistakes: Does it matter if you’re out in left foot, I mean field? Memory. doi: 10.1080-09658211.2018.1464189.

Roberts, J. L., Anderson, N. D., Guild, E., Cyr, A.-A., Anderson, Jones, R., & Clare, L. (2016). The benefits of errorless learning for people with mild cognitive impairment. Neuropsychological rehabilitation. doi:10.1080/09602011.2016.1216000 1080/09602011.2016.1216000

Cyr, A-A., & Anderson, N. D. (2015). Mistakes as stepping stones: Effects of errors on episodic memory among younger and older adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 41(3), 841-850. doi:10.1037/xlm0000073

Cyr, A-A. & Anderson, N. D. (2013). Updating misconceptions: Effects of age and confidence. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 20(3), 574-580.

Anderson, N. D., Guild, E., Cyr, A-A. , Roberts, J., & Clare, L. (2012). Contributions of frontal and medial temporal lobe functioning to the errorless learning advantage. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (Special Issue on Errorless Learning), 22, 169-186.

Cyr, A.-A., & Anderson, N. D. (2012). Trial-and-error learning improves source memory among younger and older adults. Psychology and Aging, 27(2), 429-439.

Stinchcombe, A., Gagnon, S., Cyr, A-A., Marshall, S., Hing, M. M., & Finestone, H. (2009). Examination of traumatic brain injured drivers’ behavioural reactions to simulated complex roadway events. Advances in Transportation Studies, 6, 202-204.

Cyr, A-A., Stinchcombe, A., Gagnon, S., Marshall, S., Hing, M. M., & Finestone, H. (2009). Driving difficulties of brain-injured drivers in reaction to high-crash-risk simulated road events: a question of impaired divided attention? Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 31(4), 472-482.


Chapitres

Cyr, A.-A., & Anderson, N. D. (2018). Learning errors among older adults. In R. Kessels & C. Haslam (Ed.), Current Issues in Neuropsychology. Invited submission.

Anderson, N. D., Guild, E., Cyr, A.-A., Roberts, J., & Clare, L. (2012). Contributions of frontal and medial temporal lobe functioning to the errorless learning advantage. In P. Conroy & M. A. Lambon Ralph (Eds.), Errorless learning and rehabilitation of language and memory impairments. Psychology Press.


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