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Vergauwe Evie

Gender Female
Institute FPSE Université de Genève
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Projects as responsible applicant

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Paying attention to remember: Insights from Behavior, Brain, Development and Disorder
Vergauwe Evie University of Geneva - GE 01.02.2019 31.01.2024 Eccellenza

Behavioral and neural basis of high-speed retrieval in working memory
Vergauwe Evie University of Geneva - GE 01.09.2015 31.01.2019 Ambizione

Maintaining information in working memory: Examining the role of consolidation and refreshing
Vergauwe Evie Institution abroad - IACH 01.01.2015 31.08.2015 Advanced Postdoc.Mobility

Can we use artificial intelligence to uncover strategies in human cognition?
Vergauwe Evie University of Geneva - GE 01.02.2020 31.07.2021 Spark

Maintaining information in working memory: how many elements can be refreshed at once in the focus of attention?
Vergauwe Evie Institution abroad - IACH 01.01.2013 31.12.2014 Fellowships for advanced researchers

Projects as co-applicant

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Mental models in conditional reasoning: chronometric and developmental evidence
Barrouillet Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.05.2011 31.08.2013 Project funding (Div. I-III)

Maintaining cross-domain associations in working memory: A Time-Based Resource-Sharing model account
Barrouillet Pierre University of Geneva - GE 01.01.2011 31.05.2014 Project funding (Div. I-III)

Projects as member of staff

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Behavioral and neural basis of high-speed retrieval in working memory
Vergauwe Evie University of Geneva - GE 01.09.2015 31.01.2019 Ambizione

Paying attention to remember: Insights from Behavior, Brain, Development and Disorder
Vergauwe Evie University of Geneva - GE 01.02.2019 31.01.2024 Eccellenza

Projects as project partner

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

How does Attention mediate the Relationships between Long-Term and Working Memory?
Camos Valérie University of Fribourg - FR 01.11.2017 30.11.2021 Project funding (Div. I-III)

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