Institution : Université de Liège
Department : Faculté de psychologie, logopédie et sciences de l'éducation
NCCR position : Postdoc
NCCR PI : Martial Van der Linden
NCCR most relevant publications
Jumentier, S., Barsics, C., & Van der Linden, M. (2017). Reduced specificity and enhanced subjective experience of future thinking in aging: The influence of avoidance and emotion-regulation strategies. Memory. doi: 10.1080/09658211.2017.1322108
Barsics, C., Rebetez, M. M. L., Rochat, L., D’Argembeau, A., & Van der Linden, M. (2017). A French version of the Balanced Time Perspective Scale: Factor structure and relation to cognitive reappraisal. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue Canadi
Barsics, C., Van der Linden, M., & D’Argembeau, A. (2016). Frequency, characteristics, and perceived functions of emotional future thinking in daily life. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69(2), 217–233. doi: 10.1080/17470218.2015.1051560
Catherine Barsics is involved in the Emotional Future Thinking Project.
This research project addresses the following questions:
- What are the nature, the conditions of occurrence, and the functions of mental representations of future emotional events, and how are they modulated by individual differences in personality traits and psychological symptoms?
- What is the structure of emotional prospections within the cognitive system and to what extent do organized networks of emotional future thoughts contribute to shape emotional responses to current situations?
- What are the cognitive processes through which emotion influences episodic future thoughts?
Rebetez, M. M. L., Barsics, C., Rochat, L., D'Argembeau, A., Van der Linden, M. (2016). Procrastination, consideration of future consequences, and episodic future thinking. Consciousness and Cognition, 42, 286–292.
Barsics, C., Van der Linden, M., & D’Argembeau, A. (2016). Frequency, characteristics, and perceived functions of emotional future thinking in daily life. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 69(2), 217–233.
Vanhaudenhuyse, A., Gillet, A., Malaise, N., Salamun, I., Barsics, C., Grosdent, S., … Faymonville, M.-E. (2015). Efficacy and cost-effectiveness: A study of different treatment approaches in a tertiary pain centre. European Journal of Pain, 19(10), 1437–1446.
Barsics, C. (2014). Person recognition is easier from faces than from voices. Psychologica Belgica, 54(3), 244-254.
Brédart, S., & Barsics, C. (2012). Recalling semantic and episodic information from faces and voices: A face advantage. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 21(6), 378-381.
Barsics, C., & Brédart, S. (2012). Access to semantic and episodic information from faces and voices: Does distinctiveness matter? Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 24(7), 789-795.
Barsics, C., & Brédart, S. (2012). Recalling semantic information about newly learned faces and voices. Memory, 20(5), 527-534.
Barsics, C., & Brédart, S. (2011). Recalling episodic information about personally known faces and voices. Consciousness and Cognition, 20(2), 303-308.
Brédart, S., Barsics, C. & Hanley, R. (2009). Recalling semantic information about personally known faces and voices. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 21(7), 1013-1021.
Barsics, C., & Brédart, S. (2009). Familiar person recognition: Is autonoetic consciousness more likely to accompany face recognition than voice recognition? In D. Dubois (Ed.), Computing Anticipatory Systems, Casys’09, Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference, Meville, NY: American Institute of Physics, 283-298.