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Doctoral dissertations

1. Denis, M. (1974). Portée et limites des effets de la représentation imagée sur la mémorisation de matériels significatifs simples. Thèse pour le doctorat de troisième cycle (Psychologie), Université de Paris X, Nanterre. [Revised version published by the Editions du CNRS: Représentation Imagée et Activité de Mémorisation.]

2. Denis, M. (1987). Formes imagées de la représentation cognitive. Thèse pour le doctorat d’Etat ès lettres et sciences humaines (Psychologie), Université de Paris VIII. [Revised version published by the Presses Universitaires de France: Image et Cognition.]

 

Books

1. Denis, M. (1975). Représentation imagée et activité de mémorisation. Paris: Editions du CNRS.

2. Francès, R., Roubertoux, P., & Denis, M. (1976). Culture artistique et enseignement supérieur: La structure des intérêts artistiques de loisir chez les étudiants. Paris/The Hague: Mouton.

3. Denis, M. (1979). Les images mentales. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

4. Denis, M., Engelkamp, J., & Richardson, J. T. E. (Eds.) (1988). Cognitive and neuropsychological approaches to mental imagery. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.

5. Denis, M. (1989). Image et cognition. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

6. Logie, R. H., & Denis, M. (Eds.) (1991). Mental images in human cognition. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

7. Denis, M., & Sabah, G. (Eds.) (1993). Modèles et concepts pour la science cognitive: Hommage à Jean-François Le Ny. Grenoble, France: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble.

8. Denis, M. (1994). Image et cognition (second edition, revised). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

9. De Vega, M., Intons-Peterson, M. J., Johnson-Laird, P. N., Denis, M., & Marschark, M. (1996). Models of visuospatial cognition. New York: Oxford University Press.

10. Denis, M. (Ed.) (1997). Langage et cognition spatiale. Paris: Masson.

11. Denis, M., Logie, R. H., Cornoldi, C., de Vega, M., & Engelkamp, J. (Eds.) (2001). Imagery, language, and visuo-spatial thinking. Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

12. Denis, M., Mellet, E., & Kosslyn, S. M. (Eds.) (2004). « Neuroimaging of mental imagery ». Special Issue of the European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. [Also published as a book by Psychology Press.]

13. Denis, M., & Loomis, J. M. (Eds.) (2007). « Human spatial cognition: Memory, navigation, and environmental learning ». Special Issue of Psychological Research.

14. Stewart Hornsby, K., Claramunt, C., Denis, M., & Ligozat, G. (Eds.) (2009). Spatial information theory (Proceedings of COSIT 2009). Berlin: Springer.

15. Denis, M. (Ed.) (2012). La psychologie cognitive. Paris: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme.

16. Denis, M. (2016). Petit traité de l’espace: Un parcours pluridisciplinaire. Bruxelles: Mardaga.

17. Denis, M. (in press). Space and spatial cognition: A multidisciplinary perspective. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

 

Translated books

1. Denis, M. (1984). Las imagenes mentales. Madrid: Siglo Veintiuno de Espana. [Spanish version of Les images mentales.]

2. Denis, M. (1989). Imeji no shinrigaku. Tokyo: Keiso Shobo. [Japanese version of Les images mentales.]

3. Denis, M. (1991). Image and cognition. New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf. [English version of Image et cognition.]

 

Book chapters

1. Denis, M. (1979). L’image cinématographique. In R. Francès (Ed.), Psychologie de l’art et de l’esthétique (pp. 277-313). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

2. Denis, M. (1982). Images and semantic representations. In J.-F. Le Ny & W. Kintsch (Eds.), Language and comprehension (pp. 17-27). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

3. Denis, M. (1982). On figurative components of mental representations. In F. Klix, J. Hoffmann, & E. van der Meer (Eds.), Cognitive research in psychology (pp. 65-71). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

4. Denis, M. (1986). Visual imagery: Effects or role in prose processing? In F. Klix & H. Hagendorf (Eds.), Human memory and cognitive capabilities: Mechanisms and performances (Part A, pp. 237-244). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

5. Denis, M., & Carfantan, M. (1986). What people know about visual images: A metacognitive approach to imagery. In D. G. Russell, D. F. Marks, & J. T. E. Richardson (Eds.), Imagery 2 (pp. 27-32). Dunedin, New Zealand: Human Performance Associates.

6. Cocude, M., & Denis, M. (1986). The time course of imagery: Latency and duration of visual images. In D. G. Russell, D. F. Marks, & J. T. E. Richardson (Eds.), Imagery 2 (pp. 57-62). Dunedin, New Zealand: Human Performance Associates.

7. Denis, M. (1987). Individual imagery differences and prose processing. In M. A. McDaniel & M. Pressley (Eds.), Imagery and related mnemonic processes: Theories, individual differences, and applications (pp. 204-217). New York: Springer-Verlag.

8. Denis, M., & Dubois, D. (1987). Sentence-picture comparison: A paradigm for identifying knowledge structures and comprehension processes. In E. van der Meer & J. Hoffmann (Eds.), Knowledge aided information processing (pp. 101-118). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

9. Denis, M. (1987). Imagerie visuelle et répétition mentale. In A. Vom Hofe & R. Simonnet (Eds.), Recherches en psychologie du sport (pp. 38-44). Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: Editions EAP.

10. Eloi, S., & Denis, M. (1987). Imagerie et répétition mentale dans l’acquisition d’une habileté sportive. In A. Vom Hofe & R. Simonnet (Eds.), Recherches en psychologie du sport (pp. 45-53). Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: Editions EAP.

11. Chevalier, N., Denis, M., & Boucher, J. (1987). Imagerie visuelle et imagerie kinesthésique dans l’apprentissage d’un mouvement: Etude exploratoire. In A. Vom Hofe & R. Simonnet (Eds.), Recherches en psychologie du sport (pp. 54-59). Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: Editions EAP.

12. Denis, M. (1988). Imagery and prose processing. In M. Denis, J. Engelkamp, & J. T. E. Richardson (Eds.), Cognitive and neuropsychological approaches to mental imagery (pp. 121-132). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.

13. Richardson, J. T. E., Denis, M., & Engelkamp, J. (1988). European contributions to research on imagery and cognition. In M. Denis, J. Engelkamp, & J. T. E. Richardson (Eds.), Cognitive and neuropsychological approaches to mental imagery (pp. 421-426). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.

14. Denhière, G., & Denis, M. (1989). The processing of texts describing spatial configurations. In H. Mandl & J. R. Levin (Eds.), Knowledge acquisition from text and pictures (pp. 249-261). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

15. Denis, M., Chevalier, N., & Eloi, S. (1989). Imagerie et répétition mentale dans l’acquisition d’habiletés motrices. In A. Vom Hofe (Ed.), Tâches, traitement de l’information et comportements dans les activités physiques et sportives (pp. 11-37). Issy-les-Moulineaux, France: Editions EAP.

16. Denis, M., & Carfantan, M. (1990). Enhancing people’s knowledge about images. In P. J. Hampson, D. F. Marks, & J. T. E. Richardson (Eds.), Imagery: Current developments (pp. 197-222). London: Routledge.

17. Denis, M. (1990). Approches différentielles de l’imagerie mentale. In M. Reuchlin, J. Lautrey, C. Marendaz, & T. Ohlmann (Eds.), Cognition: L’individuel et l’universel (pp. 91-120). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

18. Denis, M. (1991). Imagery and thinking. In C. Cornoldi & M. A. McDaniel (Eds.), Imagery and cognition (pp. 103-131). New York: Springer-Verlag.

19. Robin, F., & Denis, M. (1991). Description of perceived or imagined spatial networks. In R. H. Logie & M. Denis (Eds.), Mental images in human cognition (pp. 141-152). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

20. Denis, M., & Charlot, V. (1992). L’image mentale et ses images cérébrales. In P. Rossignol & R. Saban (Eds.), L’image et la science (pp. 271-283). Paris: Editions du CTHS.

21. Denis, M., & de Vega, M. (1993). Modèles mentaux et imagerie mentale. In M.-F. Ehrlich, H. Tardieu, & M. Cavazza (Eds.), Les modèles mentaux: Approche cognitive des représentations (pp. 79-100). Paris: Masson.

22. Denis, M. (1993). Pour les représentations. In M. Denis & G. Sabah (Eds.), Modèles et concepts pour la science cognitive: Hommage à Jean-François Le Ny (pp. 95-106). Grenoble, France: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble.

23. Denis, M., Robin, F., Zock, M., & Laroui, A. (1994). Identifying and simulating cognitive strategies for the description of spatial networks. In W. Schnotz & R. W. Kulhavy (Eds.), Comprehension of graphics (pp. 77-94). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

24. Denis, M. (1996). Imagery and the description of spatial configurations. In M. de Vega, M. J. Intons-Peterson, P. N. Johnson-Laird, M. Denis, & M. Marschark, Models of visuospatial cognition (pp. 128-197). New York: Oxford University Press.

25. De Vega, M., Marschark, M., Intons-Peterson, M. J., Johnson-Laird, P. N., & Denis, M. (1996). Representation of visuospatial cognition: A discussion. In M. de Vega, M. J. Intons-Peterson, P. N. Johnson-Laird, M. Denis, & M. Marschark, Models of visuospatial cognition (pp. 198-226). New York: Oxford University Press.

26. Daniel, M.-P., Carité, L., & Denis, M. (1996). Modes of linearization in the description of spatial configurations. In J. Portugali (Ed.), The construction of cognitive maps (pp. 297-318). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.

27. Denis, M., & Briffault, X. (1997). Les aides verbales à la navigation. In M. Denis (Ed.), Langage et cognition spatiale (pp. 127-154). Paris: Masson.

28. Denis, M. (2000). Psychological science in cross-disciplinary contexts. In K. Pawlik & M. R. Rosenzweig (Eds.), The international handbook of psychology (pp. 585-597). London: Sage.

29. Turnbull, O. H., Denis, M., Mellet, E., Ghaëm, O., & Carey, D. P. (2001). The processing of visuo-spatial information: Neuropsychological and neuroimaging investigations. In M. Denis et al. (Eds.), Imagery, language, and visuo-spatial thinking (pp. 81-108). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

30. De Vega, M., Cocude, M., Denis, M., Rodrigo, M. J., & Zimmer, H. D. (2001). The interface between language and visuo-spatial representations. In M. Denis et al. (Eds.), Imagery, language, and visuo-spatial thinking (pp. 109-136). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

31. Denis, M., Daniel, M.-P., Fontaine, S., & Pazzaglia, F. (2001). Language, spatial cognition, and navigation. In M. Denis et al. (Eds.), Imagery, language, and visuo-spatial thinking (pp. 137-160). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

32. Denis, M. (2002). Can human brain construct visual mental images from linguistic inputs? In A. M. Galaburda, S. M. Kosslyn, & Y. Christen (Eds.), The languages of the brain (pp. 215-225). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

33. Chalmé, S., Visser, W., & Denis, M. (2004). Cognitive effects of environmental knowledge on urban route planning strategies. In T. Rothengatter & R. D. Huguenin (Eds.), Traffic and transport psychology: Theory and application (pp. 61-71). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

34. Denis, M., Ricalens, K., Baudouin, V., & Nespoulous, J.-L. (2006). Deficits in the spatial discourse of Alzheimer patients. In M. Hickmann & S. Robert (Eds.), Space in languages: Linguistic systems and cognitive categories (pp. 335-349). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

35. Denis, M., & Borst, G. (2006). Variations on the image scanning paradigm: What do they contribute to our knowledge of mental imagery? In T. Vecchi & G. Bottini (Eds.), Imagery and spatial cognition: Methods, models and cognitive assessment (pp. 49-68). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

36. Denis, M., Michon, P.-E., & Tom, A. (2006). Assisting pedestrian wayfinding in urban settings: Why references to landmarks are crucial in direction-giving. In G. L. Allen (Ed.), Applied spatial cognition: From research to cognitive technology (pp. 25-51). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

37.  Denis, M. (2006). Psychological science in its multidisciplinary environment. In Q. Jing, M. R. Rosenzweig, G. d’Ydewalle, H. Zhang, H.-C. Chen, & K. Zhang (Eds.), Progress in psychological science around the world. Vol. 1: Neural, cognitive and developmental issues (pp. 49-60). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

38.  Denis, M., & Donikian, S. (2009). Navigation et cognition spatiale: De l’étude de l’humain réel à la simulation de l’humain virtuel. In S. Donikian (Ed.), Le traité de la réalité virtuelle. Vol. 5: Les humains virtuels (pp. 285-301). Paris: Presses des Mines.

39.  Denis, M. (2011). Interdisciplinary crossovers. In C. Baker & G. Oliver (Eds.), The New Waver: France’s cutting edge. Vol. 4: Cognitive science: Leading researchers and top labs (pp. 112-115). Paris: Autrement.

40. Denis, M. (2012). Decades of images: Reminiscences of a shared scientific journey. In V. Gyselinck & F. Pazzaglia (Eds.), From mental imagery to spatial cognition and language: Essays in honour of Michel Denis (pp. 203-254). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

41. Denis, M. (2012). La psychologie dans le concert des sciences cognitives. In M. Denis (Ed.), La psychologie cognitive (pp. 11-38). Paris: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme.

42. Denis, M. (2012). La cognition spatiale. In M. Denis (Ed.), La psychologie cognitive (pp. 101-142). Paris: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme.

43.  Denis, M., & Fernandez, G. (2013). The processing of landmarks in route directions. In T. Tenbrink, J. Wiener, & C. Claramunt (Eds.), Representing space in cognition: Interrelations of behaviour, language, and formal models (pp. 42-55). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

44.  Gallay, M., Denis, M., & Auvray, M. (2013). Navigation assistance for blind pedestrians: Guidelines for the design of devices and implications for spatial cognition. In T. Tenbrink, J. Wiener, & C. Claramunt (Eds.), Representing space in cognition: Interrelations of behaviour, language, and formal models (pp. 244-267). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

45. Denis, M. (in press). Arrows in diagrammatic and navigational spaces. In J. M. Zacks & H. A. Taylor (Eds.), Representations in mind and world: Essays inspired by Barbara Tversky. New York: Routledge.

 

Articles in refereed journals

1. Denis, M. (1968). Les comportements d’orientation à l’égard de différentes formes du loisir artistique et leurs conjonctions. Sciences de l’Art5 (2), 50-58.

2. Denis, M. (1970). L’accès de l’enfant au message filmique. Sciences de l’Art7, 33-41.

3. Denis, M. (1971). La mémoire d’un message filmique comparée à celle d’un message verbal chez des enfants d’âge scolaire. Journal de Psychologie Normale et Pathologique68, 69-87.

4. Denis, M. (1971). L’estimation de la durée cinématographique en fonction de la structure du message. L’Année Psychologique71, 139-151.

5. Denis, M. (1972). Rappel d’un message filmique en fonction de la structure du message. Revue Internationale de Psychologie Appliquée21, 13-25.

6. Denis, M. (1973). Stabilité comparée de l’apprentissage d’un matériel imagé et d’un matériel verbal. Psychologie Française18, 47-59.

7. Denis, M. (1974). Rappel d’un matériel complexe filmique ou verbal par l’enfant: Dispersion et originalité des réponses en fonction de l’âge et du matériel. Enfance, No. 1-2, 131-142.

8. Denis, M. (1974). Orientations et préférences à l’égard du spectacle cinématographique. Revue Internationale de Psychologie Appliquée23, 89-109.

9. Denis, M. (1974). Combinaison de deux formes de représentation imagée dans une épreuve de rappel libre immédiat. Journal de Psychologie Normale et Pathologique71, 319-333.

10. Denis, M. (1975). Rappel d’un matériel complexe filmique ou verbal par l’enfant: Analyse linguistique des restitutions. Revue de Psychologie et des Sciences de l’Education10, 399-417.

11. Denis, M. (1975). Efficacité comparée de deux conditions de codage imagé dans une épreuve de rappel libre immédiat. Psychologie Française20, 165-174.

12. Denis, M. (1975). Mémorisation d’un matériel imagé ou verbal en fonction de l’activité d’imagerie préalable à l’apprentissage. L’Année Psychologique75, 77-86.

13. Denis, M., & Colonelli, C. (1976). Mémorisation de dessins ou de noms selon le matériel utilisé lors de la reconnaissance. L’Année Psychologique76, 39-53.

14. Denis, M. (1976). L’activité de représentation imagée comme source d’interférence dans la mémorisation de données significatives simples. Psychologie Française21, 83-97.

15. Denis, M. (1976). Test of the incidental-cues hypothesis. Perceptual and Motor Skills43, 175-178.

16. Denis, M. (1976). La notion de représentation imagée: Sa place dans les théories récentes de la représentation. In S. Ehrlich & E. Tulving (Eds.), « La Mémoire Sémantique ». Bulletin de Psychologie, Special Issue, 125-130.

17. Denis, M., & Dubois, D. (1976). La représentation cognitive: Quelques modèles récents. L’Année Psychologique76, 541-562.

18. Denis, M. (1978). Contexte verbal et activité d’imagerie. Psychologie Française23, 187-191.

19. Denis, M. (1978-1979). Activité d’imagerie et compréhension du langage. In G. Oléron & M. Denis (Eds.), « Compréhension du Langage ». Bulletin de Psychologie32, 855-868.

20. Denis, M. (1979). Latence d’une réponse graphique à des termes généraux et spécifiques. L’Année Psychologique79, 143-155.

21. Chaguiboff, J., & Denis, M. (1981). Activité d’imagerie et reconnaissance de noms provenant d’un texte narratif. L’Année Psychologique81, 69-86.

22. Denis, M. (1981-1982). Images et représentations sémantiques. In J.-F. Le Ny & W. Kintsch (Eds.), « Langage et Compréhension ». Bulletin de Psychologie35, 545-552.

23. Denis, M. (1982). Les aspects temporels de l’activité d’imagerie. Psychologie Française27, 134-145.

24. Denis, M. (1982). Représentation imagée et résolution de problèmes. Revue Française de Pédagogie, No. 60, 19-29.

25. Denis, M. (1982). Imaging while reading text: A study of individual differencesMemory and Cognition10, 540-545.

26. Denis, M. (1983). Valeur d’imagerie et composition sémantique: Analyse de deux échantillons de substantifs. Cahiers de Psychologie Cognitive3, 175-202.

27. Hoffmann, J., Denis, M., & Ziessler, M. (1983). Figurative features and the construction of visual images. Psychological Research45, 39-54.

28. Denis, M. (1984). Image et langage dans la psychologie cognitive contemporaine. In B. Schiele & C. Bélisle (Eds.), « Les Représentations ». Communication Information6 (2-3), 140-174.

29. Denis, M. (1984). Propriétés figuratives et non figuratives dans l’analyse de concepts. L’Année Psychologique84, 327-345.

30. Denis, M. (1984). Imagery and prose: A critical review of research on adults and children. Text4, 381-401.

31. Denis, M., & Carfantan, M. (1985). People’s knowledge about images. Cognition20, 49-60.

32. Denis, M. (1985). Visual imagery and the use of mental practice in the development of motor skills. In N. Chevalier (Ed.), « A Symposium on Imagery Rehearsal in Motor Learning and Human Performance ». Canadian Journal of Applied Sport Sciences10, 4S-16S.

33. Denis, M., & Le Ny, J.-F. (1986). Centering on figurative features during the comprehension of sentences describing scenesPsychological Research48, 145-152.

34. Cocude, M., & Denis, M. (1988). Measuring the temporal characteristics of visual images. Journal of Mental Imagery12 (1), 89-101.

35. Dubois, D., & Denis, M. (1988). Knowledge organization and instantiation of general terms in sentence comprehension. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition14, 604-611.

36. Denis, M. (1988). Wyobrazenia umyslowe: Ich rola w rozumieniu i zapamietywaniu tekstow. [Les images mentales: Leur rôle dans la compréhension et la mémorisation de textes.] Przeglad Psychologiczny31 (1), 107-124.

37. Engelkamp, J., Zimmer, H. D., & Denis, M. (1989). Paired associate learning of action verbs with visual- or motor-imaginal encoding instructions. Psychological Research50, 257-263.

38. Denis, M., & Cocude, M. (1989). Scanning visual images generated from verbal descriptions. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology1, 293-307.

39. Denis, M. (1989). Approches cognitives de l’image mentale. Intellectica, No. 8, 85-107.

40. Denis, M., & Denhière, G. (1990). Comprehension and recall of spatial descriptionsEuropean Bulletin of Cognitive Psychology10, 115-143.

41. Engelkamp, J., & Denis, M. (1990). Sind mentale Repräsentationen multimodal? Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Psychologie49, 222-233.

42. Denis, M., Engelkamp, J., & Mohr, G. (1991). Memory of imagined actions: Imagining oneself or another person. Psychological Research53, 246-250.

43. Denis, M., Carité, L., & Robin, F. (1991). Cognitive approaches to the processing of descriptions. In F. Klix & E. van der Meer (Eds.), « Experimentalpsychologie heute: 100 Jahre Zeitschrift für Psychologie ». Zeitschrift für Psychologie, Supplement 11, 148-154.

44. Denis, M. (1991). Cognitive and metacognitive approaches to visual imagery. Scientific Contributions to General Psychology6, 7-18.

45. Charlot, V., Tzourio, N., Zilbovicius, M., Mazoyer, B., & Denis, M. (1992). Different mental imagery abilities result in different regional cerebral blood flow activation patterns during cognitive tasks. Neuropsychologia30, 565-580.

46. Denis, M., & Cocude, M. (1992). Structural properties of visual images constructed from poorly or well-structured verbal descriptions. Memory and Cognition20, 497-506.

47. Denis, M., & Zimmer, H. D. (1992). Analog properties of cognitive maps constructed from verbal descriptions. Psychological Research54, 286-298.

48. Denis, M., Gonçalves, M.-R., & Memmi, D. (1995). Mental scanning of visual images generated from verbal descriptions: Towards a model of image accuracyNeuropsychologia33, 1511-1530.

49. Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1995). A positron emission tomography study of visual and mental spatial explorationJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience7, 433-445.

50. Denis, M. (1995). Vividness of visual imagery and the evaluation of its effects on cognitive performance. Journal of Mental Imagery19 (3-4), 136-138.

51. Denis, M. (1996). Strategies for the description of spatial networks: Extending Levelt’s paradigm to new situational contexts. Psychologische Beiträge38, 465-483.

52. Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Crivello, F., Joliot, M., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1996). Functional anatomy of spatial mental imagery generated from verbal instructionsJournal of Neuroscience16, 6504-6512.

53. Ghaëm, O., Mellet, E., Crivello, F., Tzourio, N., Mazoyer, B., Berthoz, A., & Denis, M. (1997). Mental navigation along memorized routes activates the hippocampus, precuneus, and insulaNeuroReport8, 739-744.

54. Cocude, M., Charlot, V., & Denis, M. (1997). Latency and duration of visual mental images in normal and depressed subjects. Journal of Mental Imagery21 (1-2), 127-142.

55. Denis, M. (1997). The description of routes: A cognitive approach to the production of spatial discourseCurrent Psychology of Cognition16, 409-458.

56. Denis, M., & Cocude, M. (1997). On the metric properties of visual images generated from verbal descriptions: Evidence for the robustness of the mental scanning effect. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology9, 353-379.

57. Daniel, M.-P., & Denis, M. (1998). Spatial descriptions as navigational aids: A cognitive analysis of route directionsKognitionswissenschaft7, 45-52.

58. Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1998). Cortical anatomy of mental imagery of concrete nouns based on their dictionary definitionNeuroReport9, 803-809.

59. Denis, M. (1998). The place and role of psychology in cognitive science: An international survey. International Journal of Psychology33, 377-395.

60. Mellet, E., Petit, L., Mazoyer, B., Denis, M., & Tzourio, N. (1998). Reopening the mental imagery debate: Lessons from functional anatomyNeuroImage8, 129-139.

61. Denis, M., Pazzaglia, F., Cornoldi, C., & Bertolo, L. (1999). Spatial discourse and navigation: An analysis of route directions in the city of VeniceApplied Cognitive Psychology13, 145-174.

62. Cocude, M., Mellet, E., & Denis, M. (1999). Visual and mental exploration of visuo-spatial configurations: Behavioral and neuroimaging approachesPsychological Research62, 93-106.

63. Mellet, E., Petit, L., Mazoyer, B., Denis, M., & Tzourio, N. (1999). Imagerie cérébrale de l’imagerie mentaleMédecine Sciences: Revue Internationale de Biologie et de Médecine15, 475-482.

64. Denis, M., & Kosslyn, S. M. (1999). Scanning visual mental images: A window on the mindCurrent Psychology of Cognition18, 409-465.

65. Denis, M., & Kosslyn, S. M. (1999). Does the window really need to be washed? More on the mental scanning paradigm. Current Psychology of Cognition18, 593-616.

66. Denis, M., & Briffault, X. (2000). Analyse des dialogues de navigation à bord d’un véhicule automobile. Le Travail Humain63, 59-88.

67. Mellet, E., Tzourio-Mazoyer, N., Bricogne, S., Mazoyer, B., Kosslyn, S. M., & Denis, M. (2000). Functional anatomy of high-resolution visual mental imageryJournal of Cognitive Neuroscience12, 98-109.

68. Chalmé, S., Denis, M., Briffault, X., Gaunet, F., & Nathan, F. (2000). Aides verbales à la navigation automobile: L’impact des instructions directionnelles sur le comportement d’un pilote à l’approche de carrefours. Le Travail Humain63, 353-376.

69. D’Ydewalle, G., & Denis, M. (2000). Cognitive psychology and its successful spin-offs. International Journal of Psychology35, 298-299.

70. Mellet, E., Bricogne, S., Tzourio-Mazoyer, N., Ghaëm, O., Petit, L., Zago, L., Etard, O., Berthoz, A., Mazoyer, B., & Denis, M. (2000). Neural correlates of topographic mental exploration: The impact of route versus survey perspective learningNeuroImage12, 588-600.

71. Denis, M., Beschin, N., Logie, R. H., & Della Sala, S. (2002). Visual perception and verbal descriptions as sources for generating mental representations: Evidence from representational neglectCognitive Neuropsychology19, 97-112.

72. Mazoyer, B., Tzourio-Mazoyer, N., Mazard, A., Denis, M., & Mellet, E. (2002). Neural bases of image and language interactions. International Journal of Psychology37, 204-208.

73. Mellet, E., Bricogne, S., Crivello, F., Mazoyer, B., Denis, M., & Tzourio-Mazoyer, N. (2002). Neural basis of mental scanning of a topographic representation built from a textCerebral Cortex12, 1322-1330.

74. Daniel, M.-P., Tom, A., Manghi, E., & Denis, M. (2003). Testing the value of route directions through navigational performanceSpatial Cognition and Computation3, 269-289.

75. Daniel, M.-P., & Denis, M. (2004). The production of route directions: Investigating conditions that favour conciseness in spatial discourse. Applied Cognitive Psychology18, 57-75.

76. Della Sala, S., Logie, R. H., Beschin, N., & Denis, M. (2004). Preserved visuo-spatial transformations in representational neglectNeuropsychologia42, 1358-1364.

77. Chabanne, V., Péruch, P., Denis, M., & Thinus-Blanc, C. (2004). Mental scanning of images constructed from visual experience or verbal descriptions: The impact of survey versus route perspective. Imagination, Cognition and Personality23, 163-171.

78. Afonso, A., Gaunet, F., & Denis, M. (2004). The mental comparison of distances in a verbally described spatial layout: Effects of visual deprivation. Imagination, Cognition and Personality23, 173-182.

79. Rinck, M., & Denis, M. (2004). The metrics of spatial distance traversed during mental imageryJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition30, 1211-1218.

80. Klein, I., Dubois, J., Mangin, J.-F., Kherif, F., Flandin, G., Poline, J.-B., Denis, M., Kosslyn, S. M., & Le Bihan, D. (2004). Retinotopic organization of visual mental images as revealed by functional magnetic resonance imagingCognitive Brain Research22, 26-31.

81. Tom, A., & Denis, M. (2004). Language and spatial cognition: Comparing the roles of landmarks and street names in route instructions. Applied Cognitive Psychology18, 1213-1230.

82. Przytula-Machrouh, E., Ligozat, G., & Denis, M. (2004). Vers des ontologies transmodales pour la description d’itinéraires: Le concept de « scène élémentaire ». Revue Internationale de Géomatique14, 285-302.

83. Logie, R. H., Della Sala, S., Beschin, N., & Denis, M. (2005). Dissociating mental transformations and visuo-spatial storage in working memory: Evidence from representational neglectMemory13, 430-434.

84. Deyzac, E., Logie, R. H., & Denis, M. (2006). Visuospatial working memory and the processing of spatial descriptionsBritish Journal of Psychology97, 217-243.

85. Borst, G., Kosslyn, S. M., & Denis, M. (2006). Different cognitive processes in two image-scanning paradigmsMemory and Cognition34, 475-490.

86. Péruch, P., Chabanne, V., Nesa, M.-P., Thinus-Blanc, C., & Denis, M. (2006). Comparing distances in mental images constructed from visual experience or verbal descriptions: The impact of survey versus route perspectiveQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology59, 1950-1967.

87. Daniel, M.-P., Mores Dibo-Cohen, C., Carité, L., Boyer, P., & Denis, M. (2007). Dysfunctions of spatial cognition in schizophrenic patientsSpatial Cognition and Computation7, 287-309.

88. Denis, M. (2008). Assessing the symbolic distance effect in mental images constructed from verbal descriptions: A study of individual differences in the mental comparison of distancesActa Psychologica127, 197-210.

89. Denis, M. (2008). Jean-François Le Ny: Un parcours cognitifL’Année Psychologique108, 169-183.

90. Denis, M. (Ed.) (2008). Prof. Michael I. Posner, first recipient of the Mattei Dogan Foundation Prize in Psychological Science. International Journal of Psychology43, 997-1002.

91. Afonso, A., Blum, A., Katz, B. F. G., Tarroux, P., Borst, G., & Denis, M. (2010). Structural properties of spatial representations in blind people: Scanning images constructed from haptic exploration or from locomotion in a 3-D audio virtual environmentMemory and Cognition38, 591-604.

92. Kammoun, S., Parseihian, G., Gutierrez, O., Brilhault, A., Serpa, A., Raynal, M., Oriola, B., Macé, M. J.-M., Auvray, M., Denis, M., Thorpe, S. J., Truillet, P., Katz, B. F. G., & Jouffrais, C. (2012). Navigation and space perception assistance for the visually impaired: The NAVIG projectIRBM33, 182-189.

93. Katz, B. F. G., Kammoun, S., Parseihian, G., Gutierrez, O., Brilhault, A., Auvray, M., Truillet, P., Denis, M., Thorpe, S., & Jouffrais, C. (2012). NAVIG: Augmented reality guidance system for the visually impairedVirtual Reality16, 253-269.

94. Katz, B. F. G., Dramas, F., Parseihian, G., Gutierrez, O., Kammoun, S., Brilhault, A., Brunet, L., Gallay, M., Oriola, B., Auvray, M., Truillet, P., Denis, M., Thorpe, S., & Jouffrais, C. (2012). NAVIG: Guidance system for the visually impaired using virtual augmented realityTechnology and Disability24, 163-178.

95. Avraamides, M. N., Galati, A., Pazzaglia, F., Meneghetti, C., & Denis, M. (2013). Encoding and updating spatial information presented in narrativesQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology66, 642-670.

96. Picinali, L., Afonso, A., Denis, M., & Katz, B. F. G. (2014). Exploration of architectural spaces by blind people using auditory virtual reality for the construction of spatial knowledgeInternational Journal of Human-Computer Studies72, 393-407.

97. Denis, M., Mores, C., Gras, D., Gyselinck, V., & Daniel, M.-P. (2014). Is memory for routes enhanced by an environment’s richness in visual landmarks? Spatial Cognition and Computation14, 284-305.

 

Papers in conference proceedings (full texts)

1. Le Ny, J.-F., & Denis, M. (1980). Identification et compréhension du langage naturel: Perspectives cognitives. In J.-P. Haton, J.-M. Pierrel, & P. Quinton (Eds.), Syntaxe et sémantique en compréhension de la parole (pp. 3-16). Proceedings of the Seminar organized by GALF and AFCET, Paimpont, France, September 1980.

2. Denis, M. (1985). Les images mentales: Problématiques et perspectives de recherche. In Cognitiva 85, Vol. I (pp. 57-62). Paris: CESTA.

3. Faure, C., Denis, M., & Faure, F. (1987). Approche cognitive pour la reconnaissance des formes. In Mari 87 / Cognitiva 87, Tome 1 (pp. 150-155). Paris: CESTA.

4. Denis, M. (1988). Image mentale et représentation de configurations spatiales à partir du discours. In Actes du Troisième Colloque International « Cognition et Connaissance » (pp. 61-75). Toulouse, France: Association pour la Recherche Cognitive.

5. Denis, M. (1990). Cognition et représentation: Contribution de la psychologie cognitive. In B. Amy & C. Bellissant (Eds.), La machine perceptive: Les moyens de coopération entre l’ordinateur et l’homme (pp. 23-38). Nanterre, France: EC2.

6. Denis, M., & Robin, F. (1990). Approches cognitives de la description. In Actes du Quatrième Colloque de l’Association pour la Recherche Cognitive: « Progrès de la Recherche Cognitive » (pp. 129-143). Paris: Association pour la Recherche Cognitive / INRIA.

7. Denis, M. (1991). Production de discours descriptifs et élaboration de cartes cognitives. In Science et Défense 91: Nouvelles avancées scientifiques et techniques (Vol. 2, pp. 341-353). Paris: Dunod.

8. Denis, M. (1993). Visual images as models of described environments. In D. Burger & J.-C. Sperandio (Eds.), Non-visual human-computer interactions: Prospects for the visually handicapped (pp. 3-12). Paris: Editions INSERM / John Libbey Eurotext.

9. Gonçalves, E., Memmi, D., & Denis, M. (1994). A connectionist model of mental imagery. In Actes du Colloque « Les Réseaux Neuromimétiques et leurs Applications » (pp. 341-350), Marseille, France, 15-16 December 1994.

10. Briffault, X., & Denis, M. (1996). Interactions pilote-copilote au cours de dialogues de navigation à bord d’un véhicule automobile. In Actes des Cinquièmes Journées Internationales « L’Interface des Mondes Réels et Virtuels » (pp. 425-436), Montpellier, France, 21-24 May 1996.

11. Briffault, X., & Denis, M. (1996). Multimodal interactions between drivers and co-drivers: An analysis of on-board navigational dialogues. Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Representation and Processing of Spatial Expressions, 12th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Budapest, Hongrie, 11-16 August 1996.

12. Chalmé, S., Briffault, X., Denis, M., & Gaunet, F. (1999). Experiments for designing multimodal dialogue interfaces in navigational aid systems: Real versus simulated driving situations. In Proceedings of the Driving Simulation Conference (pp. 251-271), Paris, 7-8 July 1999.

13. Fontaine, S., & Denis, M. (1999). The production of route instructions in underground and urban environments. In C. Freksa & D. M. Mark (Eds.), Spatial information theory: Cognitive and computational foundations of geographic information science (Proceedings of COSIT 1999) (pp. 83-94). Berlin: Springer.

14. Michon, P.-E., & Denis, M. (2001). When and why are visual landmarks used in giving directions? In D. R. Montello (Ed.), Spatial information theory: Foundations of geographic information science (Proceedings of COSIT 2001) (pp. 292-305). Berlin: Springer.

15. Tom, A., & Denis, M. (2003). Referring to landmark or street information in route directions: What difference does it make? In W. Kuhn, M. F. Worboys, & S. Timpf (Eds.), Spatial information theory: Foundations of geographic information science (Proceedings of COSIT 2003) (pp. 384-397). Berlin: Springer.

16. Afonso, A., Katz, B. F. G., Blum, A., Jacquemin, C., & Denis, M. (2005). A study of spatial cognition in an immersive virtual audio environment: Comparing blind and blindfolded individualsProceedings of the Eleventh Meeting of the International Conference on Auditory Display (CD-ROM), Limerick, Ireland, 6-9 July 2005.

17. Fontaine, S., Edwards, G., Tversky, B., & Denis, M. (2005). Expert and non-expert knowledge of loosely structured environments. In A. G. Cohn & D. M. Mark (Eds.), Spatial information theory (Proceedings of COSIT 2005) (pp. 363-378). Berlin: Springer.

18. Jacquemin, C., Afonso, A., Blum, A., de Laubier, S., Denis, M., Folch, H., Genevois, H., Katz, B., Nugier, S., & Schnell, N. (2005). Design d’environnements multimodaux interactifs communicants. Actes de H2PTM’05 (Hypermedias, Hypertexts, Products, Tools and Methods), Paris, 29 November – 1 December 2005.

19. Denis, M. (2006). Spécifications pour un système d’aide verbale au déplacement pour des piétons aveugles dans des environnements urbains complexes. In E. Bajolet, M.-F. Mattei, & J.-M. Rennes (Eds.), Quatre ans de recherche urbaine 2001-2004: Action Concertée Incitative Ville, Ministère de la Recherche (Vol. 2, pp. 208-211). Tours, France: Presses Universitaires François-Rabelais.

20. Picinali, L., Katz, B. F. G., Afonso, A., & Denis, M. (2008). Creazione di un sistema di realtà virtuale per soggetti non vedenti: Confronto tra due diverse tecniche di registrazione audio in 3D e progettazione di un modello acustico per la navigazione. Atti del 35° Convegno Nazionale dell’Associazione Italiana di Acustica (CD-ROM), Milan, Italy, 11-13 June 2008.

21. Picinali, L., Katz, B. F. G., Afonso, A., & Denis, M. (2009). Creazione di un sistema di realtà virtuale per soggetti non vedenti. Parte II: Confronto tra navigazione reale e navigazione virtuale in un modello acustico 3D. Atti del 36° Convegno Nazionale dell’Associazione Italiana di Acustica (CD-ROM), Turin, Italy, 10-12 June 2009.

22. Abbasi, S., Burkhardt, J.-M., & Denis, M. (2009). Spatial problem solving: Assembling three-dimensional puzzles in real and virtual environments. Fourth International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome, Italy, 14-18 September 2009. Cognitive Processing10, Supplement 2, S179-S181.

23. Daniel, M.-P., Przytula, E., & Denis, M. (2009). Spoken versus written route directions. Fourth International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome, Italy, 14-18 September 2009. Cognitive Processing10, Supplement 2, S201-S203.

24. Abbasi, S., Burkhardt, J.-M., & Denis, M. (2009). Assister le montage d’objets en réalité virtuelle: Etude préliminaire de la résolution de problèmes tri-dimensionnels en environnement réel. In Actes du Colloque EPIQUE 2009 (pp. 65-72), Nice, France, 28-30 September 2009.

25. Picinali, L., Katz, B. F. G., Afonso, A., & Denis, M. (2011). Acquisition of spatial knowledge of architectural spaces via active and passive aural explorations by the blind. In Forum Acusticum 2011 (pp. 1311-1316), Aalborg, Denmark, 27 June – 1July 2011.

 

Papers in conference proceedings (abstracts)

1. Denis, M. (1988). Génération et exploration d’images mentales: Une approche cognitive. In Neuro-Image 88 (pp. 50-51). Bordeaux, France: IRASCA. (Abstract.)

2. Denis, M. (1991). Construction et utilisation de cartes cognitives chez l’homme. In Actes du Colloque « Sciences de la Cognition » (p. 39). Paris: Ministère de la Recherche et de la Technologie. (Abstract.)

3. Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Pietrzyk, U., Raynaud, L., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1992). Visual perception and mental imagery: A PET activation study. Proceedings of the Fourth European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition (pp. 62-63), Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Spain, 16-19 décembre 1992. (Abstract.)

4. Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Pietrzyk, U., Raynaud, L., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1993). Visual perception versus mental imagery: A PET activation study. XVIth International Symposium on Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, Brain 93, Sendai, Japan. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism13 (Suppl. 1), S536. (Abstract.)

5. Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1994). Functional activation of visual and mental exploration: A study with PET. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts20, 434. (Abstract.)

6. Mellet, E., Crivello, F., Tzourio, N., Joliot, M., Petit, L., Laurier, L., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1995). Construction of mental images based on verbal descriptions: Functional neuroanatomy with PET. First International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Paris, 27-30 June 1995. Human Brain Mapping2 (Suppl. 1), 273. (Abstract.)

7. Ghaëm, O., Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Joliot, M., Crivello, F., Petit, L., Laurier, L., Berthoz, A., Mazoyer, B., & Denis, M. (1996). Functional anatomy of mental simulation of memorized routes. Second International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Boston, MA, USA, 17-21 June 1996. NeuroImage3, S249. (Abstract.)

8. Bollaert, M., Denis, M., & Memmi, D. (1996). Une modélisation connexionniste de la génération d’images mentales à partir de descriptions spatiales. XXVIth International Congress of Psychology, Montréal, Canada, 16-21 August 1996. International Journal of Psychology31 (3-4), 72. (Abstract.)

9. Denis, M. (1996). Psychology and cognitive science: An international perspective. XXVIth International Congress of Psychology, Montréal, Canada, 16-21 August 1996. International Journal of Psychology31 (3-4), 104. (Abstract.)

10. Denis, M. (1996). Production and comprehension of route instructions. XXVIth Interbnational Congress of Psychology, Montréal, Canada, 16-21 August 1996. International Journal of Psychology31 (3-4), 219. (Abstract.)

11. Gryl, A., Denis, M., & Ligozat, G. (1996). Descriptions d’itinéraires: Eléments pour un générateur en langage naturel. XXVIth International Congress of Psychology, Montréal, Canada, 16-21 August 1996. International Journal of Psychology31 (3-4), 302. (Abstract.)

12. Denis, M., Mellet, E., Mazoyer, B., & Tzourio, N. (1996). Cerebral correlates of mental imagery: Evidence from PET studies. Ninth Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Würzburg, Allemagne, 4-8 septembre 1996. In J. Hoffmann & A. Sebald (Eds.), Cognitive psychology in Europe (pp. 40-41). Lengerich, Germany: Pabst. (Abstract.)

13. Ghaëm, O., Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Bricogne, S., Etard, O., Tirel, O., Beaudoin, V., Mazoyer, B., Berthoz, A., & Denis, M. (1998). Mental exploration of an environment learned from a map: A PET study. Fourth International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Montréal, Canada, 7-12 June 1998. NeuroImage7, S115. (Abstract.)

14. Mellet, E., Tzourio, N., Beaudoin, V., Lochon, P., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1998). Mental imagery of concrete nouns based on their definitions: A PET study. NeuroImage7, S125. (Abstract.)

15. Bricogne, S., Mellet, E., Mazoyer, N., Zago, L., Beaudouin, V., Perchey, G., Tirel, O., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1999). Mental navigation within an environment learned from reading. Fifth International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Düsseldorf, Germany, 22-26 June 1999. NeuroImage9, S372. (Abstract.)

16. Mellet, E., Kosslyn, S. M., Mazoyer, N., Bricogne, S., Perchey, G., Beaudoin, V., Tirel, O., Denis, M., & Mazoyer, B. (1999). Functional anatomy of high resolution visual mental imagery. Fifth International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Düsseldorf, Allemagne, 22-26 juin 1999. NeuroImage9, S373. (Abstract.)

17. Denis, M. (1999). What’s new about mental scanning? Seventh European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition, Windsor Great Park, UK, 12-15 juillet 1999. In J. T. E. Richardson (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventh European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition (p. 19). Uxbridge, UK: Brunel University. (Abstract.)

18. Denis, M., & Fontaine, S. (1999). Spatial descriptions: Comparing route directions produced in the subway and in open environments. Seventh European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition, Windsor Great Park, UK, 12-15 juillet 1999. In J. T. E. Richardson (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seventh European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition (p. 20). Uxbridge, UK: Brunel University. (Abstract.)

19. Denis, M. (1999). How to go from A to B? A cognitive approach to the production, comprehension, and use of route directions. Eleventh Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Ghent, Belgium, 1-4 septembre 1999. In A. Vandierendonck, M. Brysbaert, & K. Van Der Goten (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eleventh Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (p. 140). Ghent, Belgium: ESCOP/Academia Press. (Abstract.)

20. Mellet, E., Bricogne, S., Tzourio-Mazoyer, N., Ghaëm, O., Petit, L., Zago, L., Etard, O., Berthoz, A., Mazoyer, B., & Denis M. (2000). Neural correlates of topographic mental exploration: The impact of exocentric/egocentric perspective learning. NeuroImage11, S64. (Abstract.)

21. Chalmé, S., Visser, W., & Denis, M. (2000). Cognitive aspects of urban route planning. International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology (Book of Abstracts, p. 145), Bern, Switzerland, 4-7 September 2000.

22. Beschin, N., Denis, M., Della Sala, S., & Logie, R. H. (2000). Generating mental spatial representations from verbal descriptions in neglect. EuroConference on Cognitive and Neural Bases of Spatial Neglect (Proceedings, p. 42), Como, Italy, 14-17 September 2000. (Abstract.)

23. Beschin, N., Denis, M., Della Sala, S., & Logie, R. H. (2000). Representational neglect impairs generating mental spatial representations from verbal descriptions. International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome, Italy, 14-16 December 2000. Cognitive Processing1, Special Issue, 100. (Abstract.)

24. Logie, R. H., Beschin, N., Della Sala, S., & Denis, M. (2001). Mental representations in representational neglect. Meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society (Abstracts, p. 25), Manchester, UK, 11-13 July 2001. (Abstract.)

25. Deyzac, E., Logie, R. H., & Denis, M. (2001). Visuo-spatial working memory and the processing of route directions. In M. Corley (Ed.), Proceedings of the Twelfth ESCOP and XVIIIth BPS Cognitive Section Conference (p. 80). Edinburgh, UK: ESCOP/BPS. (Abstract.)

26. Borst, G., Kosslyn, S. M., & Denis, M. (2004). Cognitive processes in two mental scanning paradigms. XXVIIIth International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China, 8-13 August 2004. International Journal of Psychology39 (5-6), 416. (Abstract.)

27. Afonso, A., Katz, B. F. G., Blum, A., & Denis, M. (2005). Spatial knowledge without vision in an auditory VR environment. In B. Hommel, G. P. H. Band, W. La Heij, & G. Wolters (Eds.), Proceedings of the XIVth Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (p. 27). Leiden, The Netherlands: Leiden University, Department of Cognitive Psychology. (Abstract.)

28. Blum, A., Denis, M., & Katz, B. F. G. (2006). Navigation in the absence of vision: How to find one’s way in a 3D audio virtual environment? International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome/Perugia, Italy, 12-15 September 2006. Cognitive Processing7, Supplement 1, S151. (Abstract.)

29. Daniel, M.-P., Mores, C., Carité, L., Boyer, P., & Denis, M. (2006). Dysfunctions of spatial cognition: The case of schizophrenic patients. International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome/Perugia, Italy, 12-15 September 2006. Cognitive Processing7, Supplement 1, S173. (Abstract.)

 

Introductions to books and special issues of journals

1. Oléron, G., & Denis, M. (1978-1979). Introduction. In G. Oléron & M. Denis (Eds.), « Compréhension du Langage ». Bulletin de Psychologie32, 739-740.

2. Denis, M. (1988). The European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition. In M. Denis, J. Engelkamp, & J. T. E. Richardson (Eds.), Cognitive and neuropsychological approaches to mental imagery (pp. V-VI). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff.

3. Denis, M. (1989). Imagery and the processing of visuo-spatial representations: A symposium. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology1, 273-274.

4. Logie, R. H., & Denis, M. (1991). Preface. In R. H. Logie & M. Denis (Eds.), Mental images in human cognition (pp. V-VI). Amsterdam: North-Holland.

5. Denis, M., & Sabah, G. (1993). Avant-propos. In M. Denis & G. Sabah (Eds.), Modèles et concepts pour la science cognitive: Hommage à Jean-François Le Ny (pp. 5-8). Grenoble, France: Presses Universitaires de Grenoble.

6. Denis, M. (1997). Avant-propos. In M. Denis (Ed.), Langage et cognition spatiale (pp. IX-XIII). Paris: Masson.

7. Logie, R. H., & Denis, M. (2001). Imagery, language and visuo-spatial thinking: E pluribus unum. In M. Denis et al. (Eds.), Imagery, language, and visuo-spatial thinking (pp. XI-XV). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

8. Denis, M., Mellet, E., & Kosslyn, S. M. (2004). Neuroimaging of mental imagery: An introductionEuropean Journal of Cognitive Psychology16, 625-630.

9. Denis, M. (2005). Editorial by Prof. Denis. Psychological Research69, 312.

10. Denis, M., & Loomis, J. M. (2007). Perspectives on human spatial cognition: Memory, navigation, and environmental learningPsychological Research71, 235-239.

11. Stewart Hornsby, K., Claramunt, C., Denis, M., & Ligozat, G. (2009). Preface. In K. Stewart Hornsby, C. Claramunt, M. Denis, & G. Ligozat, G. (Eds.), Spatial information theory (Proceedings of COSIT 2009) (pp. V-VI). Berlin: Springer.

 

Entries in dictionaries and encyclopedias

1. Denis, M. (1990). Image mentale. In A. Jacob (Ed.), Encyclopédie philosophique universelle: S. Auroux (Ed.), II. Les notions philosophiques: Dictionnaire: Tome 1 (pp. 1231-1232). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

2. Denis, M. (1991). Catégorie; Image; Imagerie; Prototype; Représentation mentale; Typicalité. In Grand dictionnaire de la psychologie (pp. 116; 364-365; 366; 606; 667-668; 811). Paris: Larousse.

3. Denis, M. (1992). Stephen M. Kosslyn. In A. Jacob (Ed.), Encyclopédie philosophique universelle: J.-F. Mattei (Ed.), III. Les œuvres philosophiques: Dictionnaire: Tome 2 (p. 3424). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

4. Denis, M. (1993). Imagerie, cognition et communication. In L. Sfez (Ed.), Dictionnaire critique de la communication (pp. 842-844). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

5. Denis, M. (1997). Catégorie; Image; Imagerie; Prototype; Représentation mentale; Typicalité. In H. Bloch, E. Dépret, A. Gallo, P. Garnier, M.-D. Gineste, P. Leconte, J.-F. Le Ny, J. Postel, M. Reuchlin & D. Casalis (Eds.), Dictionnaire fondamental de la psychologie (pp. 177; 599-602; 604-605; 996-997; 1108-1110; 1352-1353). Paris: Larousse.

6. Denis, M. (1998). Imagerie mentale; Représentation. In O. Houdé, D. Kayser, O. Koenig, J. Proust, & F. Rastier (Eds.), Vocabulaire de sciences cognitives (pp. 201-203; 345-347). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

7. Denis, M. (2001). Psychology of mental imagery. In N. J. Smelser & P. B. Baltes (Eds.), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (pp. 9675-9681). Oxford, UK: Pergamon.

8. Denis, M. (2004). Mental imagery; Representation. In O. Houdé (Ed.), Dictionary of cognitive science (pp. 221-223; 321-323). New York: Psychology Press.

9. Denis, M. (2015). Psychologie cognitive. Encyclopaedia Universalis (http://www.universalis.fr/encyclopedie/psychologie-cognitive/).

10. Denis, M. (in press). Allan Paivio (1925-2016). Encyclopaedia Universalis.

11. Denis, M. (in press). Stephen Kosslyn (1948-). Encyclopaedia Universalis.

 

Other papers

1. Denis, M. (1969-1970). Un inventaire des principales variables à étudier en relation avec le problème de la compréhension d’un message narratif. Bulletin de Psychologie23, 422-425.

2. Denis, M. (1974-1975). Représentation imagée et activité de mémorisation. Bulletin de Psychologie28, 896-898. (Soutenance de thèse.)

3. Denis, M., & de Pouqueville, P. (1976-1977). Le réalisme de la figuration dans la mémoire d’actions concrètes. Bulletin de Psychologie30, 543-550.

4. Denis, M. (1983). Imagery and reading time. International Imagery Bulletin1 (2), 10-12.

5. Denis, M. (1984). L’imagerie visuelle. Bulletin de la Société de Neuropsychologie de Langue Française, No. 2, 18-34.

6. Denis, M. (1987-1988). Formes imagées de la représentation cognitive. Bulletin de Psychologie41, 710-715. (Soutenance de thèse.)

7. Denis, M. (in press). Book review: « Neuropsychology of space: Spatial functions of the human brain » (edited by A. Postma and I. J. M. van der Ham). Applied Neuropsychology: Adult.